For the eighth consecutive season and the 11th time in 12 seasons, the Dublin Jerome High School girls golf team will enter the postseason coming off a league championship.

For the eighth consecutive season and the 11th time in 12 seasons, the Dublin Jerome High School girls golf team will enter the postseason coming off a league championship.

The Celtics and Olentangy Orange each shot 323 in the final round of the OCC-Cardinal Division tournament Sept. 8 at The Links at Groveport, but Jerome took first by winning the fifth-score tiebreaker.

Sophomore Abby Kiefer tied for second overall with a 78. Junior Mariana Erana (79) was next for the Celtics, followed by sophomore Taby Robinson (80) and seniors Reagan DiIorio (86) and Maddie Zhang (90).

Jerome finished 24-0, followed by Orange (20-4), Olentangy Liberty (16-8), Olentangy (12-12), Pickerington Central (6-18), New Albany (3-21) and Delaware (3-21).

The postseason begins Oct. 6 with sectional play. Sectional sites will be determined in a drawing Sunday, Sept. 20.

"It's a broken record," coach C.D. Butcher said. "We lose leadership due to graduation and new girls embrace the role and step up. Having five girls who can score gives us the best depth in Ohio."

Orange freshman Ashley Au, who was medalist in the final round with a 69, earned league Player of the Year honors with a 71.25 average.

Robinson finished second (75.8), Kiefer was third (76.0) and Erana tied for fourth (79.0), with all three making first-team all-league. DiIorio (81.8) and Zhang (83.3) both made second team.

Shamrocks also add to title streak

Despite losing its top three players to graduation, Coffman captured its sixth consecutive league championship.

The Shamrocks shot 333 in the final round of the OCC-Capital tournament Sept. 8 at Royal American to take first. Marysville (352) was runner-up.

Senior Jorie Hodapp tied for second with a 75 to lead Coffman, followed by junior Liz Kim (83) and seniors Haewon Kwon (87) and Katie Boehmer (88). Kim and Hodapp are the only returnees from last season.

"We have three seniors, although we have two that waited their turn," coach Randy Patton said. "I was really happy for them. We're happy to win the championship again. This year, we've got Hodapp and Kim who are both good players and the other girls are getting better."

Hodapp averaged 75.3 in league play to earn Player of the Year honors as Coffman finished 25-0 in the OCC- Capital.

Marysville (20-5) finished second, ahead of Worthington Kilbourne (18-7), Westerville Central (13-12), Grove City (9-16), Westerville North (4-21), Westerville South (2-5, did not score in first three rounds) and Hilliard Bradley (0-25).

Kim averaged 78 to finish third overall and make first-team all-league.

Boehmer (86.5) and Kwon (87.5) were second-team all-league and junior Sabrina Slama (86.3 in three rounds) was honorable mention. Sophomore Jooho Oh played in one round of the league tournament.