By John Lachmann
Junior Parker Harris and senior Andy Buten tied for medalist honors to pace Highlands in a 166-224 win over Simon Kenton on Tuesday.
It was the first time this season Buten has medaled. Harris had medaled three times previously this year.
MEDALISTS: Harris (H) and Buten (H), 3-over 38s on the front nine at Highland Country Club. RECORD: Highlands 8-4.
DIXIE HEIGHTS 185, SIMON KENTON 211 – Freshman Zach Anderson medaled for the first time in his career, shooting a match-low 43 for the Colonels.
Anderson topped the field by one stroke.
MEDALIST: Anderson (DH), 7-over 43 on the front nine at Kenton County Willows. RECORD: Dixie Heights 5-4.
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Junior center fielder Blaise Ostertag doubled in two in the bottom of the fourth to lift Conner to a win over Scott.
Freshman center fielder Hailey Nicholas singled up the middle with no outs in the bottom of the eighth to lift Cooper to a win over Campbell County.
Sophomore Sheldon Preisler won his eighth straight match to open the season as Boone County edged Lloyd, 3-2 on Wednesday.
Sophomore Erin Mogus remained perfect through five matches with her win at third singles as Cooper shut out Covington Latin.
Eighth-grader Curtis Kalbaugh improved to 7-0 on the season with a win at second singles as Ryle shut out St. Henry.
Conner coach Brad Arlinghaus set the school record for coaching wins as his Cougars beat Ryle.
Junior designated hitter Chelcey Broughton singled home two to put Simon Kenton ahead for good in a win over Grant County.
Junior shortstop Jake Whitford singled up the middle to plate the lone run in Highlands’ win over Cincinnati McNicholas.
The second doubles team rallied to win five straight games in the final set but Campbell County fell to Montgomery County, in the first of…
Newport Central Catholic advanced to the All ‘A’ state tournament for the first time since 2011 with wins over Lloyd and St. Henry.