Fourteen varsity high school golf teams get set to tee off at Greenville Invitational. (Gaylen Blosser photo)

Greenville Invitational opens boys golf season

Young Green Wave team settles in following slow start at Greenville Boys Golf Invitational

GREENVILLE – Greenville got the 2022 season underway hosting the 26th annual Invitational Tournament with 14-teams at Turtle Creek Golf Course.

The Green Wave finished 13th out of 14 teams shooting a team 404 while Indian Hills took first place with a 298 placing the top five scorers in the Thursday invitational.

“I know the boys are disappointed in the way they played today but we had five boys playing in their first varsity match so I know nerves played into our score, especially early in the round,” said Greenville coach, Brian Stickel. “The more they played the more relaxed they played.”

Indian Hills’ Wyatt Higgins was Medalist shooting 71 and teammates Will Heekin 74; Tyler Heekin 76; Kyle Innis 77 and Alex Holzapfel with a 78 rounded out the top five finishers.

“We played one senior in Mason Shuttleworth, four juniors- Ethan Sunsdahl, Aidan Honeyman, Bryce Blumenstock and Will Gettinger,” Stickel noted. “Our lone sophomore was Carson Good.

The more these guys play, the better we will get.”

Ethan Sunsdahl carded an 88 to lead Greenville, Aidan Honeyman shot a 103, Carson Good scored a 105 and Bryce Blumensock finished with a 108. Will Gettinger recorded a 114 playing for the Wave.

Team Standings:

1st   Indian Hill 298

2nd   Butler 331

3rd   Tipp City 339

4th   Russia 340

5th   Troy 344

6th Northwestern 356

7th Beavercreek 360

8th Northmont 366

9th Stebbins 373

10th Piqua 386

11th Covington 393

12th Sidney 398

13th Greenville 404

14th Wayne 461

Greenville Boys Golf Invitational. (Gaylen Blosser photo)
Greenville Boys Golf Invitational. (Gaylen Blosser photo)
Greenville Boys Golf Invitational. (Gaylen Blosser photo)
Greenville Boys Golf Invitational. (Gaylen Blosser photo)
Darke County Now Editor Gaylen Blosser

Gaylen Blosser / Publisher

Gaylen Blosser is a sports enthusiast and has covered high school sports for nearly 20 years in Southwest Ohio. Gaylen has been a media sportswriter while most recently serving as Sports Editor for the local newspaper and will now serve as editor of Darke County Now while continuing to cover athletics. Gaylen is an accomplished photographer who has captured thousands of athletes in action over the years and is the recipient of the OHSAA Friends of Athletes Award and OHSAA Respect the Game State Award. Contact Darke County Now Editor Gaylen Blosser at or 937-459-9547.

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