SOUTHEAST 156, MOGADORE 168
The Southeast Pirates handed the Mogadore Wildcats their first loss of the season at the Pirates home course, Olde Dutch Mill in Lake Milton.
The cold early-morning temperatures didn't faze Joey Kainrad. The Southeast sophomore fired a 1-under-par 35. Cody Tuttle carded an even-par round 36 and Ben Wright added a 40 for the winning team with their first PTC County Division victory.
Dropping to 3-1 in the County Division, Mogadore still had a solid score from Collin Whitmyer who finished with a 37.
WOODRIDGE 158, STREETSBORO 171
Woodridge, the reigning PTC County Division champion, beat the Streetsboro Rockets in a division matchup at Brandywine Golf Course in Peninsula.
"We got back into form," said Dave Kruzinski, coach of the Bulldogs.
His team provided a balanced attack in the win over the Rockets. Mike Semanatore led the top four with an even-par 36, with Andrew Syx adding a 40 and Michael Walter and Aaron Westphal each firing 41.
Streetsboro's Philip Lago tied for medalist honors with Semantore, also carding an even-par 36.
Streetsboro drops to 1-3 in the PTC County Division and 1-7 overall.
ROOTSTOWN 197, GARFIELD 208
The Rovers picked up their first win in the PTC County Division, defeating the G-Men at Sugar Bush Golf Course in Garrettsville.
Sean McGurk was the best for Rootstown, firing a 45, and Nait Elkins carded a 48 to lead the winning team.
Garfield's Marcus Miller was just one stroke off medalist honors, holing out for a 46, and Eric Eiermann added a 53 for the home team.
Garfield is now 0-2 in the County Division.
KENT ROOSEVELT 148, ST. VINCENT-ST. MARY 187,
TALLMADGE 208, CUYAHOGA FALLS 214
Kasey Nielsen of Kent Roosevelt was outstanding in the quadrangular match at Brookledge Golf Course in Cuyahoga Falls, carding a 4-under-par 31.
The junior match medalist wasn't the only positive news for the Rough Riders.
Sweeping the quadrangular match, Kent Roosevelt also set a new nine-hole record, shooting a 148 that is 11 strokes better than its previous four-golfer nine-hole score.
Kory Nielsen shot an even-par 35, Kelly Nielsen a 1-over 36 and Jocelyn Kohl a 46.
"Jocelyn recovered from a slow start to shoot a very good score of 46," said Rough Riders coach Bryan Harvey. "It was just what we needed to set the team record."
Harvey had nothing but praise for his team.
"It was an unbelievable round for Kasey," said the coach. "She is in the zone right now and is overpowering the par 5s."
Kasey Nielsen eagled the first hole and never looked back, carding a mistake-free round.
Kory Nielsen birdied both par 5s, and Kelly Nielsen got up and down all day to shoot the 1-over 36.
All of the top four girls on Kent Roosevelt's roster either beat or tied the players on all three teams the Rough Riders were competing against.