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Crestview Wins D-III State Golf Title

Story By: Jeff Alan

 

 

 
 
 
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  Original Published: 10/13/2012

The Crestview Cougars won the school's first ever Division III state title in boys golf by five strokes over runner-up Columbus Wellington School 646 to 651.  The Cougars went back-to-back with two day totals of 323.  Individually Crestview was led by Josh Brooks who fired a two day total of 151.  His second day score of 74 was the lowest for any golfer in the D-III finals, one stroke better than Columbus Tree of Life golfer Mark Wright's 75. 

Bruce Lutz was next for the Cougars with a two day total of 153 with scores of 75 and 78.  Lutz was followed by Ben Olewiler with 159 (78 and 81), Joe Frazier at 183 (93 and 90) and Michael Staniford at 191 (96 and 95).  Columbus Wellington School and Gahanna Columbus Academy finished in a dead heat for runner-up at 651, but Wellington School took second to Crestview based on a tie break procedure.  Toledo Ottawa Hills was fourth at 653, Lima Central Catholic fifth at 654.  

   
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