Zibart, Fite leading Logan County golf
By Jim Turner


Posted on January 1, 0001 12:00 AM



The Allen County-Scottsville Patriots edged Logan County 173-175 at Rolling Hills golf course Monday. The Lady Patriots won 170-200.

Kenton Howard led the Cougars with a 39, one stroke better than Carson Zibart’s 40. Wesley Estes shot 46, Ben Wright 50 and Joey Dilliha 63. For the Lady Cougars, Sarah Fite was medalist with a 39. Grace Harris shot 51, Katlyn Odle 54, Maeson Hayes 56 and Merideth Johnson 61. Kattie Brooks and McKayla Strode also played.

AC-S’s Rachel Carter led the way for the Lady Patriots, firing a 36 over nine holes. Shayna Cockrill shot a 41 with Carlie Taylor carding a 44. Emily Crowder posted a 49. Other Lady Patriots and their scores were Amber Wimpee 60, Nancy Elliott 62 and Hannah Beltz 73. For the Patriots, Jared Walden and Owen Stamper shot rounds of 42 with Jake Willoughby finishing with a 44. Thomas Spencer posted a 45, Aidan Rice notched a 48 with Madison Williams shooting a 51.

“Fite, who is a freshman, has been our best player. Her family moved here from Mason County, and her mom works with Logan Memorial Hospital,” says Coach Ethan Meguiar, who is in his 16th season coaching both golf teams. “She has also played in some weekend tournaments. She shot 84 at the Barren River girls tournament and 81 at South Warren’s tournament at the Kenny Perry golf course last weekend.”

The Cougars are being led again this year by senior Carson Zibart, who is Coach Meguiar’s nephew.

In a match at Kenny Perry’s Country Creek course Aug. 15, Zibart shot 41, Ben Wright 49, Jack Wright 51, Matthew Hughes58, John Hendricks 60 and Jackson Steward 61.For the girls, Fite shot 38, Harris 55, Johnson and Hayes 62 each, and Odle 68.

On Aug. 12 in losses to Butler County at Rolling Hills, Fite led the Lady Cougars with a 41. Harris had 49, Johnson 60, Hayes 65 and Odle 69. Zibart led the boys with a 43. Estes shot 49, Howard 50, Ben Wright 52, and Jack Wright and Hughes 54 each for a total of 194.




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