Gilson leads Norwalk to win at New London tournament

Norwalk's boys' golf team started the season Tuesday with a multi-team win. Staff
Aug 7, 2013

The Truckers scored a 354 to beat out New London’s 371 in the New London coed Invitational.

Norwalk’s girls’ team scored a 420 for third.

The 774 Norwalk total also claimed the top spot.

They were followed by Bellevue at 823, Mohawk 838, Buckeye Central 845, Vermilion 961, Danbury 997 and Ontario 1,005.

New London just had a boys’ team score.

The Wildcats were after Norwalk at 371, followed by Bellevue 373, Buckeye Central 381, Mohawk 423, Vermilion 463, Ontario 470 and Danbury 508.

Norwalk’s Jacob Gilson turned in a 42-39-81 to capture medalist honors.

Also for the Truckers, Mason Berry notched a 45-43-88 to share third overall.

Tyler Shields at 42-50-92; Travis Cring 50-43-93 and Max Berry 48-46-94 rounded out the Norwalk boys scores.

Cory Haswell had a 44-44-88 to pace the Wildcat boys’ team.

That was good for third overall.

Graham McGrail shot a 46-47-93, Justin Chaffins 49-45-94, Chase Rankine 41-55-96 and Daedrick Matthews 50-51.

For Bellevue, Kyle Geary shot a 42-48-90, Tom Hosang 51-41-92, Drew Erdmann 51-43-94, Colton Slaven 47-50-97 and Collin Adkins 53-53-106.

Garren Davis scored a 47-53-100 to top Vermilion.

Mike Ragnoni had a 58-56-114, Kyle Ancog 61-59-120, Connor Matiacio 58-71-129 and Alex Fortner 69-67-136.

And Chase Boston led Danbury at 44-46-90.

Sidney Eddy paced the Norwalk girls at 48-52-100.

Ryan Kirk posted a 49-52-101, Jessica Doughty 54-57-111, Shelbi Brown 53-55-108 and Miranda Peer-Perryman 57-58-115.

Ashland won the girls’ competition at 353.

Ashland’s Tori Jones won medalist honors. She tied teammate Jenna Hopton and Mohawk’s Katelynn Kinley at 85 each, but Jones won in a sudden death playoff.

Mohawk finished second at 415, followed by Norwalk, Bellevue 450, Buckeye Central 464, Danbury 489, Vermilion 498 and Ontario 535.

Brooke Wolfe paced Bellevue with a 48-56-104, followed by Jackie Brandal at 51-55-106, Jessica Zeitz 59-56-115, Alania Carlson 62-63-115 and Claire Berry 64-63-127.

Alexis Williams recorded a 53-54-112 to lead Danbury.

Alyssa Biro shot a 61-62-123, Tori Wright 63-61-124, Bri Adams 65-65-130 and Felecia Cain 70-72-142.

For Vermilion, Sarah Hall had a 50-55-105, Tara Pena 63-64-127, Alexis Brenner 69-62-131, Ariel Boyd 67-68-135 and Jenna Kendera 72-70-142.

New London didn’t compete as a team.

Erinn Maynard and Kelly Norrod each shot 56-52-108, while Madalyn Osborn checked in at 72-70-142.