TIFFIN — Galion’s girls golf team is still trying to add consistency to their game, and coach Mark Barrier says when they learn to concentrate a little better on the task at hand, they’ll become better golfers.
That being said, the Tigers had a bit of a rough go Wednesday in Tiffin at the Seneca Hills Invite.
“Consistency is our key to success…we didn’t have our heads in the game,” Barrier said after his team finished 11th in the 11-team tournament.”
The Tigers’ Shae Ness penciled in the best score for the team on the day, shooting a 114. Abby Barre was three strokes behind Ness with a 117. Greer Gledhill shot 120, Alexis Chaplin 130 and Brooklyn Potter finished up the Tiger scoring with a 154.
“(It was) not a very good showing today,” Barrier said. “We will use this as a learning tool to improve for the future.”
The invitational championship went to the Arrows of Ashland High School, who shot a 327 overall. The remainder of the scoring in Tiffin was: Shelby (353), Lexington (374), Norwalk (400), Lake (414), Tiffin Columbian (415), Wynford (424), Willard (442), Bellevue J.V. (451), Buckeye Central (452) and Galion (481).
Tigers at Ontario tennis tournament
ONTARIO — The Galion Tigers participated in the Ontario Invitational tennis tournament lSaturday at Marshall Park. Unfortunately, a lack of experience was evident for the team, made up of only freshman and sophomores.
The Tigers got just one victory on the day, which came from in third singles, Jayln Oswald, who beat her first opponent of the day, 8-0. She lost her second match, 5-8. Her final match was a 5-8 loss.
In other singles action, Katherine Talbott fell, 0-8 and Kiersten Gifford was defeated, 1-8.
The Tigers No. 1 doubles Marissa Breinch and Katie Baughn loss 2-8. While the No. 2 team of Danielle Schnieder and Orchid Parsons, fell 6-8.
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