Tight-knit Tallmadge boys golf team has high hopes in 2018


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It might not compare to the St. Louis Cardinals’ Super Bowl rags-to-riches’ tale in the late 1990s.

And it might be a stretch to say it was similar to the Boston Celtics’ stunning 42-game turnaround in the late 2000s.

But the Tallmadge boys golf team made quite a turnaround last fall.

The Blue Devils finished 7-3 overall and 3-3 in the Suburban League American Conference in 2017.

Such records may be modest in the grand scheme of things. However, considering where Tallmadge was two years ago, those marks are giant steps for a team that has had much success over the years.

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Tallmadge boys golfers finish fourth at Suburban League preseason tourney

It will be a difficult task for the Tallmadge boys golf team to win the Suburban League American Conference title.

But the Blue Devils are by no means out of the race.

Tallmadge finished fourth with a score of 340 in the seven-team American Conference of the Suburban League preseason tournament Thursday at J.E. Good Park Golf Course in Akron.

Theodore Roosevelt won the competition with a score of 323 and Revere (326) and Highland (330) placed second and third, respectively.