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Jackson Albright And Skyelar Warncke Lead Maumee Golf Teams

(Left) Maumee freshman Max Rosenberger chips the ball onto the green during the Knight Invitational on August 10. Rosenberger contributed individual nine-hole scores of 50, 57 and 57 for the Panthers last week. MIRROR PHOTO BY SEAN WALKER (Right) Panthers freshman Beverly O’Neil drives the ball during an August 21 round at Fallen Timbers Fairways. O’Neil shot a 69 last week at South Toledo Golf Club. MIRROR PHOTO BY JOE NEGRICH

BY ANDY ROWER | MIRROR SPORTS — Maumee’s boys golf team primed itself for the Northern Lakes League championships with a trio of regular season matches last week.

Southview 167, MHS 216

The Panthers’ latest competition ended in a 49-stroke loss to the Cougars at Heather Downs Country Club on September 12.

Senior Jackson Albright led Maumee on the day with a nine-hole score of 50 and sophomore Caleb Batey added a 52.

Sophomore Andrew Bick and freshman Max Rosenberger rounded team scoring out with a pair of 57s and senior Michael Stamm and freshman Eric Smith both turned in 59s.

Napoleon 175, MHS 210

A day earlier, the Panthers combined for their second-best nine-hole score of the season during a 35-stroke loss to the Wildcats at Heather Downs.

Albright again led the way for Maumee with a 50, but this time he was joined by Rosenberger.

Batey next contributed a 54 and Smith closed things out at 56. Bick and Stamm ended up with a 58 and a 62, respectively.

BG 175, MHS 230

The Panthers began the week with a 55-stroke loss to the Bobcats at Stone Ridge Golf Club.

Batey was the frontrunner this time around with a 54, Bick and Rosenberger each added 57s and Albright shot a 62.

Stamm and Smith posted additional Maumee scores of 64 and 65.

Girls

The Panthers girls team placed fifth in its only NWOGGL match of the week with a score of 267 at South Toledo Golf Club.

Sophomore Skyelar War-ncke led Maumee on the day with a score of 64 and freshman Mia Felzer followed close behind at 65.

Fellow freshmen Beverly O’Neil and Macy Butler next shot a pair of 69s and classmates Kasey Mills and Adebisi Arowolo closed things out with an 82 and an 86.

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