The Olentangy Liberty boys golf team continued its perfect run through league play Wednesday, winning its third straight OCC-Buckeye Division match thanks to a solid 302 at Clover Valley.
The effort gave the Patriots, who are now 15-0 in OCC action, a stranglehold on the conference crown. Olentangy finished second with a 308 while Westerville Central (316), Orange (331), Westerville South (337) and Westerville North (354) smoothed out the scoring summary.
Kyle Mitchell led the Patriots — and almost everyone else — with a 73. Mitchell and Westerville South’s Troy Taylor nabbed co-medalist honors. Other Liberty contributors included Trey Rath, who finished fourth among individuals with a 75; Ronnie Foth, who finished with a 76; Jacob Hickman, who had a 78; and Cole Corder, who closed with a 79.
The Braves also had a pair of top-10 finishers. Matt Homza finished third among individuals with a 74 and Cameron Casto finished sixth with a 75.
Big Walnut’s been playing some pretty good tennis of late, most recently nabbing its second road win in as many days with a convincing 4-1 non-league win over host Worthington Kilbourne Wednesday afternoon.
The Golden Eagles, who improved their overall record to 6-4, picked up wins from Macie Kercsmar (6-0, 6-1 at first singles), Lindsay Hill (7-5, 6-3 at second singles), Katie Germann and Kayleigh Cummins (6-3, 6-1 at first doubles) and the duo of Maria Boyer and Anna Faust (6-1, 6-1 at second).
Also: Orange 3, Watterson 2; Liberty 4, Columbus Academy 1.
Olentangy picked up its second straight win Wednesday, doubling up visiting Dublin Jerome 4-2.
Kylie Hageman, Emma Brown, Brooklyn Morris and Allison Martin scored the Braves’ goals while Elise Harder facilitated with a game-best two assists.
Hilliard Darby 1, Olentangy 0.