Vote: Top Ohio boys golfer of the week, Oct. 7 (Poll Closed)

  • Josh Winhusen, Middletown Christian – The freshman was the top local golfer to qualify for the state Division III golf tournament with an 80.
    30 votes

  • Sam Pettengill, Cincinnati Country Day – The junior was the one of two individuals to qualify for the state Division III golf tournament with an 81 at districts, going par, par, par in a three-way tie for third place.
    46 votes

  • Jack Sonne, Cincinnati Hills Christian Academy – He was the other local golfer to qualify for the state tournament Oct. 3 from the Beavercreek Golf Club district tournament after shooting a 78.
    122 votes

  • Jack Neville, Mariemont – He was the top local individual qualifier with a 74 to advance to the Division II boys state tournament at the Beavercreek Golf Club Oct. 3.
    68 votes

  • Tyler Heekin, Indian Hill – He was the lowest scoring golfer on the Indian Hill golf team that advanced to the state tournament with a score of 78 at Beavercreek Golf Club for the Division II district tournament.
    184 votes

  • Thomas Henderson, Moeller – He was the lowest-scoring golfer on the first-place Moeller golf team at the Sharon Woods Golf Course Oct. 2 when he shot a 74, a tie for second place.
    134 votes

  • Joe Wilson, Lakota East – The sophomore had the best score among his teammates with a 74, a tie at second, as Lakota East finished second as a team, qualifying for districts.
    224 votes

  • Logan Hollander, Ross – The senior golfer shot a 3 over par 74 and qualified for the DI Districts Tournament next week. Logan was the top individualist to qualify and fourth overall. Logan became the first golfer in Ross High School history to qualify for the DI district tournament.
    1,017 votes

  • Nick Vonderhaar, Mason – The freshman shot a 73 at Sharon Woods Golf Course to win the sectional championship to help him qualify as an individual to the district tournament.
    127 votes


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