HOJGA: Spencer Keller prospects Galion electric power surge at Valley Look at

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GALION — Golfers from Galion Higher College turned in some good performances for the duration of the ultimate occasion of the 2021 Coronary heart of Ohio Junior Golfing Affiliation (HOJGA) season.

In the function hosted Monday by Valley Watch Golf System, Galion alumnus Spencer Keller claimed 1st spot in the A Flight (16-18 age team) just after taking pictures a 1-around par 73. He shot par on 13 holes at Valley Look at and birdied two other individuals.

Keller, who has signed to engage in collegiate golfing at Indiana Tech in Fort Wayne, Indiana, shot 1-around par 37 on the entrance 9 and ended with a rating of even-par 36 on the again 9 at Valley Watch. He will be just one of 5 freshmen on the Indiana Tech workforce this tumble. Indiana Tech Mentor Kelly Mettert has explained all 5 newcomers will have a likelihood to be in the top 5 this period.

Galion teammates Bronson Dalenberg and Nick McMullen concluded fifth and sixth, respectively, at Valley View. Dalenberg completed his working day with a score of 81 (+9), shooting 40 on the front nine and recording a rating of 41 on the back nine. Dalenberg, who has signed to enjoy collegiate golf at Ohio Valley College in Vienna, West Virginia, shot even par on seven holes and birdied two other holes at Valley Look at.

McMullen recorded a closing rating of 83 (+11). He shot 42 on the opening 9 holes and arrived in with a rating of 41 on the again nine. McMullen shot even par on 7 holes and birdied one hole.

A pair of Tigers completed 1-2 in the B Flight (13-15 age team) remaining standings. Logan Keller placed first and Nate McMullen came in 2nd place.

Keller shot a spherical of 80 (+8) to declare best honors. He recorded a score of 39 on the front 9 and shot 41 above the last nine holes. Keller recorded even par on eight holes and had a birdie on a single gap at Valley Perspective.

McMullen finished his working day with a last rating of 81 (+9). He shot 2-more than par 38 on the front nine and recorded a score of 43 on the back again 9. McMullen shot even par on nine holes and concluded with a birdie on a single hole.

Galion’s Carson Walker shot 97 to complete in a tie for 10th position. He recorded a rating of 48 on the front 9 and finished out with a score of 49. Walker shot even par on five holes.

In the girls AB Flight event at Valley Look at, Colonel Crawford teammates Lucy Myers and Katie Reynolds completed third and fourth, respectively. Myers shot a spherical of 87 (+15) to declare 3rd area. She recorded rating of 43 on the entrance nine and finished with a rating of 44 on the again 9. Myers shot even par on eight holes.

Reynolds concluded her working day with a remaining score of 96 (+24). She shot 47 on the opening nine holes and came in with a score of 49 on the back 9. Reynolds recorded even par on two holes.

Pleasant Large College teammates Dina Shah and Maura Murphy completed 1-2 in the last standings of the women match. Shah shot 4-about par 76, recording even par on 10 holes and capturing birdies on two holes. Murphy completed with a remaining score of 9-about par 81. She shot even par on 9 holes.

The HOJGA champions in every division will be made a decision on Tuesday, July 27 in the Chad A. Wheeler Memorial Event at Lincoln Hills Golf Class in Higher Sandusky. Tee time is 9 a.m.

The HOJGA yr-conclude appreciation banquet is scheduled for Thursday, July 29 at Kings Mill Golf System close to Waldo in Marion County.

For facts about the Heart of Ohio Junior Golf Affiliation, go to www.hojga.org.

COGA Junior Tour Showcase

Galion golfers also appreciated a good few of times at the Central Ohio Golf Academy Junior Tour Showcase at Apple Valley Golf System in Howard. The tournament was performed on Tuesday and Wednesday.

Nick McMullen concluded 17th in a area of 60 golfers in the 16-18 age team. He completed with scores of 79 and 78.

Nate McMullen concluded in a tie for 15th place out of the subject of 40 gamers in the 13-15 age group. He shot rounds of 82 and 89.

Spencer Keller led a crew of Galion Large University golfers to achievement at the Heart of Ohio Junior Association event on Monday, July 19, 2021, at Valley Look at Golfing Training course. Tigers who competed in the match bundled Bronson Dalenberg, Nick McMullen, Logan Keller, Nate McMullen, and Carson Walker.

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