Worthington News

Boys Golf

Cardinals tied for fifth after three OCC rounds

Sophomore Curtis Salmans shot a 72 to lead the Thomas Worthington High School boys golf team during the third round of the OCC-Central Division tournament Aug. 28 at Darby Creek.

Salmans was runner-up to medalist Nick Sparling, who shot a 69 for Dublin Coffman.

Senior Joshua Zeledon (79) was next for Thomas, followed by junior Dominic Caminiti (80), senior Jack Uhlman (84) and senior Sam Ankrom (86).

The Cardinals were fifth (315) in the third round, behind Coffman (300), Olentangy Liberty (302), Upper Arlington (307) and Marysville (314) and ahead of Hilliard Davidson (323), Central Crossing (333) and Westland (426).

The final round of OCC-Central competition is Wednesday, Sept. 11, at Turnberry.

Through three rounds, Salmans has the second-best average in OCC-Central play at 74.33, behind Sparling’s 67.33. Liberty’s Cam McCloskey and Marysville’s Morgan Tarrant are tied for third at 74.67.

Caminiti has averaged 79 in league play, with Uhlman at 85, Zeledon at 85.67 and Ankrom at 89.

Thomas and Davidson are tied for fifth (8-13), behind Coffman (21-0), UA (17-4), Liberty (16-5) and Marysville (11-10) and ahead of Central Crossing (3-18) and Westland (0-21).

Gorman leads Wolves in OCC-Capital

Junior David Gorman shot an 82 to lead Kilbourne in the third round of OCC-Capital play Aug. 28 at Turnberry.

The Wolves placed sixth (343) behind New Albany (306), Olentangy (310), Big Walnut (318), Olentangy Orange (322) and Mount Vernon (323) and ahead of Delaware (353).

Franklin Heights did not have enough golfers for a team score.

Junior Tate VanArsdale and sophomore Jack Maloney both carded 86 for the Wolves. Sophomore Jacob Streets had an 89 and senior Riley Hull shot a 91.

The final round of the OCC-Capital tournament is Wednesday, Sept. 11, at Granville Golf Course.

Through three rounds, Kilbourne is sixth (6-15) behind New Albany (20-1), Olentangy (19-2), Mount Vernon (13-8), Orange (12-9) and Big Walnut (10-11) and ahead of Delaware (4-17) and Franklin Heights (0-21).

Gorman is 17th in the league with an average of 81.33, behind leader Jackson Moss (71.33) of New Albany. VanArsdale has averaged 84.33, followed by Streets (87.67), Hull (88.67) and Maloney (89.67).

–Scott Hennen