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Chiefs finish second, Raiders take third in Russ Hogue Memorial

Northwestern’s boys golf team held off Bellefontaine by four strokes in an exciting finish to win the Russ Hogue Memorial on Tuesday at Cherokee Hills Golf Course.

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From the left, Benjamin Logan’s Grant Rickets and Indian Lake’s Caleb Meadows watch their shots on the 13th hole Tuesday at Cherokee Hills Golf Course. Riverside’s Landon Kelsey hits a putt.

FRONT PAGE PHOTO: Bellefontaine’s Cody Lyons watches a tee shot Tuesday at the Russ Hogue Memorial golf tournament. (EXAMINER PHOTOS | AARON LaBATT)

The Warriors won 314-318 to take the top spot over the Chieftains. Ben Logan came in third with 336, Springfield Shawnee was fourth with 342, host Indian Lake took fifth with 352, Greenon was sixth with 375 and Riverside was seventh with 434.

The Raiders’ Grant Ricketts earned tournament medalist honors with a low round of 73, shooting 37 on the front and 36 on the back.

Cody Lyons paced BHS with a 77, Jarret Beck shot a 78, Cody Hullinger carded an 80, Devin Fowler had an 83, Connor Adelsberger finished with an 85 and Nate Langenfeld added an 87.

Also for Ben Logan, T.J. Fink carded an 87, Tanner Rader and Garret Dunn each posted 88s, Collin Headings shot a 97 and Alex Bickman rounded out the group with 107.

Host Indian Lake was led by Caleb Meadows with a 74. Randall Henson carded an 80, Quenten Staley shot an 83, Jalon Tuttle recorded a 115 and Jeromy Ridenbaugh and Joe Corwin each had 124.

Landon Kelsey carded the low score for the Pirates with an 88. Ross Stevens carded a 101, Jared Trabert shot a 116, Luke Lowery had a 129, Derek Kobylack posted a 139 and Andrew Wright ended with a 198.

Bellefontaine, Indian Lake and Riverside all compete in Ben Logan’s Raider Invitational today at Tree Links Golf Course.

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