WEST LAFAYETTE -- Several area golfers took part in the Division II District Golf Tournament at River Greens Golf Course.

Senior Skyler Roederer of the Cambridge High Bobcats turned in a solid round of 75 to qualify for the state and will now represent the local area at the Division II State Tournament.

In addition to Roederer, Trevor Wilkinson carded a 77, Jacob Feldner added a 96 and Ben Bruner contributed a 97 for the 'Cats.

John Glenn came up short in its bid for the state tournament with a fifth place finish (330) to cap an impressive season by the Muskies on the links.

The Muskies were led in their fifth place finish by freshman Dylan VanFossen with a 78, and Jordan Wheeler added a 79 while Nate Terry finished with 85 and Nathaniel Bennett carded an 88.

Teams advancing on to the OHSAA State Tournament at Northstar Resort included East Liverpool with a 313 to lead the way, while Columbus St. Francis DeSales finished runner up with a 321 and Bloom Carroll snared the final spot with a 324.

Columbus Bexley was fourth (324), Columbus Bishop Watterson (331) finished sixth, Johnstown-Monroe was seventh (333) followed by Caledonia River Valley in eighth (337), Indian Valley finished ninth (343), Cambridge (345) was 10th, Coshocton (345) finished 11th and Tuscarawas Valley (357) was 12th.

The top three individuals on non-qualifying teams also advanced to the state tournament included, Derek Hamm of Heath with a 72, Matt Abramson of Columbus Bexley with a 74 and Roederer.

Meadowbrook's Nate Frencik and Damon Moore carded 82 and 84, respectively.

Indian Valley was led in a ninth place effort by Shawn Mills with an 80 and Mitchell Lehigh followed with an 89. Jarrett Helter carded an 89 and Brett Tentsch finished at 90.

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REYNOLDSBURG -- Indian Valley High's Kelli Carroll saw her golf season come to an end in the Division II Girls' District Golf Tournament played at the par 72 Blacklick Golf Course.

Carroll's 84 was five shots above the cut-off line for individuals to advance to the state tournament.

Dover (352) won the team title on the strength of the day's low round carded by Courtney Shutt (76).

The next three low individual scores were posted by Columbus Bexley's Liza Weisman (78), Megan Wong (79) from Columbus School for Girls and Chillicothe Huntington's Shaine Irvin (79).