- Freezing rain
By John Lachmann
All four Ryle players shot 36 or better as the Raiders beat Cooper, 142-158 on Thursday.
Eighth-grader Ryan Clements and junior Logan Gamm tied for medalist honors. It was the second time both have medaled this season, and each had one birdie.
MEDALISTS: Clements (R) and Gamm (R), even-par 35s on the front nine at Lassing Pointe. OTHER GOOD SCORES: Adams (R) 36; McNichol (R) 36. RECORDS: Ryle 7-0, Cooper 3-6.
CONNER 172, SIMON KENTON 200 – Cougars senior Jacob Eberhard and junior Jacob Cahill tied for medalist honors.
It was the fifth time medaling this season for both, and Cahill made a birdie on the first hole.
MEDALISTS: Eberhard (C) and Cahill (C), 7-over 43s on the front nine at Brookview. RECORDS: Conner 8-2, Simon Kenton 4-5.
HOLY CROSS 168, AUGUSTA 168 – Indians sophomore Leighton Schrand finished in a three-way tie for medalist.
Schrand medaled for the second time this season.
MEDALISTS: Schrand (HC), Woodruff (A) and Purden (A), 5-over 40s on the front nine at Flagg Springs. RECORDS: Holy Cross 3-3-1, Augusta 6-3-1.
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