MASON – It was an early exit for area participants in the girls state tennis tournament at the Lindner Tennis Center in greater Cincinnati. Lexington's three-time Ohio Cardinal Conference MVP Sylvia Goldsmith, a three-time qualifier and 2016 All-Ohioan, got off to a fast start but couldn't maintain momentum in falling 2-6, 6-0, 6-1 to Poland Seminary's Marisa Ricciardi in Friday's first round of Division II action.
COLUMBUS – The Watson siblings are leading the way for Ashland in their respective state golf tournaments on the Ohio State courses. Anna Watson shot a 76 as the Ashland girls finished Friday's first round on OSU's Gray course tied for sixth with a 333. Backing Watson were Kira Moore (82), Leah Metzger (87) and Emma Swain (88). Meanwhile, on the adjacent Scarlet course, Anna's older brother Max carded his own 76 and finds himself in a six-way tie for 12th, but only five shots off the pace.
ASHLAND – Amanda Young's Ashland girls golf team capped a fine season with an eighth-place finish in the Division I state tournament on Ohio State's Gray Course. Anna Watson matched her Friday round of 76 on Saturday and finished with a 152 total to lead the Arrows. Watson tied for 15th overall. Also figuring in Ashland's final total of 675 was Kira Moore (82-77-159), Leah Metzger (87-89-176) and Emma Swain (88-103-191). Olentangy Orange won the title by 10 strokes with a 602.
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