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Pictured above are members of the 2013 Meigs boys varsity golf team. Kneeling in the front, from left, are Jace Casto, Chase Scarberry, Parker Haggy, Evan George, Levi Ashburn, Chase Whitlach and Taylor Rowe. Standing in the back are head coach Tom Cremeans, Mitchell Metts, Alexander Tillis, Nick Wamsley, Jarrett Durst, Austin Hennington, Darrin Will, David Davis, Derik Hill and assistant coach Bobby King.
Pictured above are members of the 2013 Meigs boys varsity golf team. Kneeling in the front, from left, are Jace Casto, Chase Scarberry, Parker Haggy, Evan George, Levi Ashburn, Chase Whitlach and Taylor Rowe. Standing in the back are head coach Tom Cremeans, Mitchell Metts, Alexander Tillis, Nick Wamsley, Jarrett Durst, Austin Hennington, Darrin Will, David Davis, Derik Hill and assistant coach Bobby King.
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ALBANY, Ohio — For the second consecutive year the Meigs boys golf team is champion of the Tri-Valley Conference Ohio Division.


The Marauders finished fourth Wednesday night at the Elm to seal the title. Alexander was first on the day with a 185, followed by Vinton County with a 192 and Wellston with a 198. Meigs came in fourth with a 202, Athens was fifth with a 227, while Nelsonville-York rounded out the field with a 267.


The Maroon and Gold were led by Taylor Rowe and David Davis, who each fired a 48 on the day. Derik Hill had a 51 for the Marauders, while Evan George rounded out the MHS total with a 55. Trenton Cook and Darrin Will both fired 56 on the day but did not contribute to the MHS total.


Alexander was led by Johnny Rupe with a 42 and Blake Lindner with a 43. Bryce Jeffers fired a 44 for the victors, while Joe LaRosa marked a 56. Kyle Holt (79) and Danielle Adelsberger (85) also played but didn’t effect the Spartan total.


Vinton County’s effort was led by Austin Ward with a 45, followed by Alex Boothe with a 48, David Allen with a 49 and Alex Dixon with a 56. Danie Garner (53) and Tyler Barnett (73) also played but didn’t effect the VCHS total.


The Golden Rockets were led by match medalist Hunter Riepenhoff with a 41 and Dustin Downard with a 49. Dakota Riegel carded a 51, while Dakota Martin rounded out the WHS total with a 57. Blake Royster (61) and Ken LeMaster (64) also played but did not contribute to the Wellston total.


Michael Frame led the Bulldogs with a 42, while Ryan McCarthy had a 58, Zach Shriver marked a 59 and Zach Howman added a 68. Jordan Deam (69) and Drake Hook (78) each played but didn’t count toward the Athens total.


The Buckeyes were led by Chase Koker with a 62 and David Stawbaugh with a 65. Ben Johnson fired a 67, while Steven Bishop had a 73 to round out the NYHS scoring. Tanner Smith (85) also played for the Buckeyes but did not effect the final outcome.


The Marauders’ 23-7 record took first place, while Wellston was second at 20-10. VCHS was third with a 19-11 record, followed by Alexander at 13-17. Athens was 12-18, while NYHS finished with TVC Ohio schedule with a 2-28 record.


The Marauders, who shared the league title last season, hadn’t won back-to-back TVC Ohio crowns since the 2006 and 2007 campaigns.


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