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Northwood golfer gets closer to goal — state meet
Written by Mark Griffin   
Monday, 12 October 2009 08:13

Louis Fahrbach is on a mission.

The Northwood senior golfer, a three-time district qualifier, has yet to make it to the Division III state tournament and this is his last chance.

On Thursday, Fahrbach competed in the Division III sectional tournament at Green Hills in Clyde looking to advance to the district tournament at Stone Ridge in Bowling Green.

The 6-0, 170-pound Fahrbach has spent the entire 2009 season preparing for the sectional.
"I feel pretty confident on the (Green Hills) course," he said. "I was first-team all-sectional the last three years. It's going to be cold out there, so hopefully I'll be warm enough and stay loose and not get too tight. It should be fine. I'm ready."

Eastwood golfers still trying to get back to the top
Written by Mark Griffin   
Monday, 12 October 2009 08:08

Eastwood's boys golf team dominated the Suburban Lakes League a few years

        Senior Jon Juergens

ago, winning three straight league titles from 2003-05, and Coach Mike Gardner is looking forward to a return to the top.

"Ten of our 12 guys will be back in 2010," said Gardner, in his 38th year coaching the Eagles. "This year, we shot the best scores we've shot in four years. When our two seniors entered the program in 2006 - both of them are four-year lettermen - these were the best scores we've shot in any of those four years as a group, by quite a bit."

The Eagles shot a season-best 321 at the SLL tournament on Sept. 22 at Green Hills in Clyde, but it wasn't enough to keep Genoa, which shot 316, from capturing its third straight SLL title.

Eastwood sophomore Tommy Blanchard led the Eagles with a 75 at the SLL tournament to place third overall. Senior Jon Juergens and sophomore Cody Jennings each shot 81 to finish tied for seventh. Sophomore Austin Speck shot 84 to place 11th, and senior Austin LaVoy shot 85 to place 14th.

Stritch, Northwood football coaches welcome Gibsonburg
Written by Mark Griffin   
Monday, 12 October 2009 08:07

Hilltop and Edon high schools, located in Williams County, are members of the TAAC, but only in football. Emmanuel Christian and Maumee Valley do not have football teams. Maumee Valley dropped football after the 1978 season.

"Edon and Hilltop did not have a vote in the process, but they welcomed the addition of Gibsonburg," Nowak said. "One, for scheduling reasons because it's going to round out the (football) schedules. We're going to have an even number of teams."

Fourth-year Gibsonburg football coach Matt Harp, whose team plays Ottawa Hills to open the season every year, said becoming a member of the TAAC "is an excellent fit for us."

The Golden Bears' football squad beat Ottawa Hills 34-7 this season and has won two in a row against the Green Bears, who have played Gibsonburg in football every year for the last decade.

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