By From staff reports
Bath, one of the powers in the Western Buckeye League, won the 17-team tournament with a 308.
State power Lima Central Catholic was second with a 313 and Liberty-Benton was third with a 333.
After having three golfers in the 70s at the county meet on Tuesday, no Bulldog could break 80 on the day. Darren Fleck and Patrick Bailey were low men for Celina with rounds of 83.
Paul VanDeventer carded an 84 with Scott Luthman and Ryan Moran shooting 89 and 92, respectively.
Ottoville's Nick Miller carded an even-par 72 to take medalist honors. Celina returns to The Fox's Den on Friday morning for the 20-team Fox's Den Invitational starting with an 8:30 a.m. shotgun start.
Wildcats take Cardinal Invite
Minster opened the boys golf season in style by winning the Cardinal Invitational on Tuesday.
The Wildcats shot a sizzling 293, 19 shots better than runner-up Anna.
Minster's Adam Borges tied for the low score of the day with a 72 along with Anna's Justin Watren, but Watren won the playoff to take medalist.
Evan Lee added a 73 for the Wildcats with Jimmy Stechschulte and Matt Purpus adding 74s.
St. Marys was fifth with a 319. Michael Schmitmeyer and Trent Paulus led the Roughriders with 78s.
New Bremen was sixth with a 334 thanks to an 80 from Zac Hemmelgarn and 81 from Brian Schwartz.
Versailles was seventh and Jordan Schlater led the Tigers with an 84.
New Knoxville rounded out the local teams participating with a 13th-place showing (396) as Dustan Kruse led the Rangers with 92.
Parkway boys victorious
The Parkway boys finished fifth in the 10-team Ben Logan Invitational on Wednesday at Tree Links golf course in Bellefontaine.
Trevor Krogman was the medalist on the day firing a round of 77.
Ross Black was next in line for Parkway with a score of 81 while Tyler Oliver and Colby Heiser added scores of 100 and 102.
Minster girls open with win
Minster opened dual match play on Tuesday by beating New Bremen, 208-235.
Lindsey Piening led the Wildcats and all golfers on the day with a 49 for medalist honors while Kate Trushaw carded a 52 with Gina Slonkosky adding a 53.
Flyers get first win of year
Marion Local opened the girls golf season with a 249-262 win over Russia on Wednesday.
Jill Beyke paced the Flyers with a 59.
Abbie Hartings carded a 60 with Courtney Schimmel and Stephanie Schmackers each finishing at 65.
Stephanie Heitkamp added a 68.
Sue Cordonnier of Russia was medalist of the match with a 56.
Marion faces Coldwater in a MAC match on Monday.