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Chiefs finish second, BL third in Raider Invitational

Bellefontaine’s boys golf team couldn’t catch a talented Beavercreek squad as the Chieftains settled for a second-place finish Wednesday to lead the area teams in the Raider Invitational at Tree Links Golf Course.


Benjamin Logan’s T.J. Fink watches a putt during Wednesday’s Raider Invitational at Tree Links Golf Course.


Bellefontaine’s Cody Hullinger eyes a tee shot during the tournament.


Indian Lake’s Randall Henson.



Riverside’s Ross Stevens.

FRONT PAGE: Ridgemont’s Devin Mouser.

Beavercreek ran away with the tournament title with an impressive 304, with four golfers shooting in the 70s. The Chieftains claimed the runner-up spot with a 329, host Ben Logan was third with 353 and Northwestern was close behind with 358.

Indian Lake came in fifth with 383, Tippecanoe was sixth with 385, Bellefontaine’s B team was seventh with 402, Marion Harding was eighth with 403, Miami East took ninth with 454 and Ridgemont was 10th with 473.

The Beaver’s Ryan Flick was tournament medalist with a low round of 72. He carded a 35 on the front nine and posted a 37 on the back nine.

Bellefontaine gave a strong team effort that was powered by Cody Lyons with a score of 78. Cody Hullinger followed with an 82, Nate Langenfeld had an 84, Jarret Beck had an 85 and Devin Fowler carded an 89. Connor Adelsberger added a 96.

“Tree Links is always a tough track for our kids,” said BHS coach Ryan Sawmiller. “It is definitely the toughest course we play annually. For the varsity to shoot a 329, which is only 10 to 12 strokes as a team over our average, I am very pleased.”

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