2022 NE District Girls Golf Previews


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The following Previews can all be found at the Northern Ohio Golf website: https://northernohio.golf/category/high-school-golf/

These are being posted with permission of Yappi and Northern Ohio Golf


Deegan Bee

The entire Northern Ohio High School Golf community would like to dedicate this Season Preview to the memory of Deegan Bee, who would have been a junior at Waynedale High School. Deegan was involved in a car accident on June 5th and passed away three days later.

Waynedale Coach Melinda Budd explained the impact he had as a member of the team. “Deegan was a very talented golfer,” Budd said. “But more than that he always played with respect and dignity towards his teammates and opponents. He will forever be in our hearts as we remember and honor his leadership on and off the golf course.”

Our thoughts will be with the entire Waynedale community throughout the season.

Based on conversations with a number of high school golf coaches, the following are ‘Teams to Watch’ in 2022 for Girls High School Golf in Northern Ohio. All of the listings below are in alphabetical order, not by any rank.

After the list of top teams by OHSAA Divisions below, see a roster of the biggest Girls High School Golf Tournaments that will be conducted in 2022.


Top Teams

Hathaway Brown
Walsh Jesuit

On the Cusp
Kent Roosevelt
North Royalton
St. Joseph


Top Teams
Chagrin Falls
St. Vincent-St. Mary

Canton Central Catholic

On the Cusp
Canton South
Lake Catholic
Lake Center Christian
Newton Falls


Name | Date | Location | Host
Highland Inv. District Preview August 3 Brookledge Highland
Howland Invitational August 4 Old Avalon Howland
Lady Rider Invitational August 6 Twin Lakes Kent Roosevelt
Lady Explorer Invitational August 8 Lake Forest CC Hudson
Lady Irish Invitational August 8 Mud Run SVSM
Lady Spartan Invitational August 8 Chenoweth GC Springfield
Tri-County Pre-Season August 9 Pleasant View Marlington
Lady Bruin Invitational August 10 Pine Hills GC Padua
Elms Sectional Preview August 11 The Elms Jackson
Flo Barr Invitational August 11 Meadowlake N/A
Mahoning Valley Invitational August 11 Salem Hills Ursuline
NE Ohio Co-Ed Classic August 15 Arrowhead GC North Canton Hoover
Parma Flamingo Frenzy August 15 Ridgewood GC Hudson
Alliance Invitational August 16 Alliance CC Alliance
Canfield Invitational August 16 Mill Creek GC Canfield
Canterbury Invitational August 16 Canterbury GC Laurel
Blue Devil Classic August 20 Shawnee GC Independence
Blue Streak Invitational August 22 Avon Oaks Magnificat
Warren JFK Invitational August 22 Trumbull CC Warren JFK
Walsh Traditional Invitational August 29 CC of Hudson Walsh Jesuit
Medina Bees Invitational September 8 Fox Meadow CC Medina
Mahoning Valley Invitational September 10 Yankee Run Ursuline
Trumbull County Invitational September 12 Trumbull CC Howland
Stark County Championship September 15 Sable Creek N/A
Terlesky Invitational September 19 Lake Club Boardman


Format- Double Round Robin League Play. Postseason Tournament September 13th-Youngstown CC.
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Team- Austintown Fitch Falcons
Coach- Dan Horacek

2021 Recap- 10th at Sectionals

Returning Players
Caiden Smith- 12th
Katelyn Long- 12th
Sydney Callahan- 12th
Rylee McBride- 11th
Mary Fedorek- 11th
Kaylee McLaughlin- 11th
Victoria Vaccaro- 11th

Austintown Fitch will look to find four of their incoming juniors and seniors to take a big step forward moving into the fall season. Senior Caiden Smith should be their top scorer this season.


Team- Boardman Spartans
Coach- Lee Christman
Home Course- Mill Creek

2021 Recap- Boardman girls tied for Conference Championship and had 1 loss during season play. Boardman came in 2nd place at the JFK invitational with Madison Murphy placing 3rd as an individual.

Returning Players
Zoey Fick-Mills- 12th
Sophia Rivera- 11th
Emily Choleva- 12th
Haily Rusnak- 11th
Kate Pendleton- 12th
Shaelan Williams- 11th
Nina Carbone- 11th

Boardman surprised some people with their District run last year. They have some of their key contributors back and look to build off 2021’s success.


Team- Canfield Cardinals
Coach- Dean Conley
Home Course- Mill Creek
Team Website
Instagram- Canfieldgolfprogram

2021 Recap- League Co-Champs, 9-1 season

Returning Players
Jocelyn Zhao ☆ – 12th
Taylor Morrone- 11th
Miya Cohol- 10th

Canfield is working really hard to become a top-tier team. They started their first winter program (November-March) in their new simulator room and Coach Dean Conley is excited to see how that translates to the course this season. Senior Jocelyn Zhao made an appearance at Districts last year and is looking to build off that momentum in 2022.


Team- Howland Tigers
Coach- Rex Rager
Home Course- Old Avalon Golf Course

2021 Recap- 0-5 in league 3-5 Overall

Returning Players
Carissa Meehan- 12th
Jane Bronson- 11th
Mia Walters- 11th
Hannah Zhu- 10th

The Tigers have a group of returning players looking to get off to a strong start in 2022. They have experience playing and could take the next step this season


Format- Double Round Robin League Play. Postseason Tournament September 12th – Punderson
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Team- Chagrin Falls Tigers
Coach- Kristin Reboul
Home Course- Tanglewood
Team Website
2022 Schedule
Twitter- @CFGirlsGolf

2021 Recap- 5th at Sectionals

Returning Players
Ellie Conrad ☆ – 11th
Milly Fischer- 11th
Sam Holtz ☆ – 11th
Marley Gabriel- 12th
Julianne Rankin- 12th
Emma O’Brien- 11th
Madi Machado- 11th

Potential New Contributors
Stella Kronstain- 11th
Bianca Fant- 11th
Emily Jones- 11th
Megan Miller- 12th

Chagrin Falls just missed out on advancing out of Sectionals in Division 1 at Old Avalon last year. The Tigers will have a much better chance to get to Districts and possibly a chance to play October golf in Columbus this season as they have been changed to Division 2. Returning players Ellie Conrad and Sam Holtz will take the reins and look to lead the team this fall. Coach Kristin Reboul is excited for what is in store, “We are looking forward to the 2022 season!”


Team- Cuyahoga Heights Red Wolves
Coach- Joe Kocab

2021 Recap- 9th at Sectionals

Returning Players
Shai Moore- 11th
Lauryn Wilson- 11th
Anna Patterson- 11th
Amy Ellis- 11th
Sarah Glenn- 11th
Becca Schuster- 12th
Macey Voytek- 12th

Cuyahoga Heights has been christened with the “Red Wolves” nickname to start out the 2022 season. This group returns its top three players from last year’s tournament season, juniors Shai Moore, Lauryn Wilson, and Anna Patterson. Coach Joe Kocab has been building a deep program and will look to some of his returning players to step up this fall.


Team- Hawken Hawks
Coach- Jennifer Creech

2021 Recap- 4th in District Tournament

Returning Players
Ella Wong ☆ – 12th
Kate Peterson ☆ – 12th
Helena Yanchar- 11th
Marissa Grossberg- 12th
Sol Rivera- 11th

Potential New Contributors
Courtney Zeid- 9th

Ella Wong is the defending state champion in Division 2 and will have a very good chance of repeating in 2022. Hawken missed going to Columbus as a team by just 7 strokes. The CVC is a very competitive small school conference and the Hawks will hope to overtake defending champion Independence.


Team- Independence Blue Devils
Coach- Karl Schuld
Home Course- Shawnee
Twitter- @IHSGirlsGolf20

2021 Recap- CVC Chagrin Champions, Punderson DII Champions, Sable Creek DII 3rd place, State Qualifiers DII -10th place

Returning Players
Molly McGreal ☆ – 11th
Emma Konopa ☆ – 12th
Hillary Esper ☆ – 12th
Kate Coljohn- 12th
Macey McGhee- 10th
Adriann Buyansky- 11th

Potential New Contributors
Bel Trombetta- 10th
Maria DeCapua- 10th

Independence has a very deep and talented team returning this year. They return the entire group from last year’s state qualifying team. “The girls have work very hard this offseason,” said Coach Karl Schuld. “We hope it begins to pay off beginning August 1.”


Team- Lutheran West Longhorns
Coach- Philip Kozar

2021 Recap- 6th at Sectionals

Returning Players
Julia Colton- 12th
Marin Roshkowski- 11th

Julia Colton and Marin Roshkowski should be the top two players for the Longhorns this fall. The team will be looking to develop some depth this offseason into the season to support the two standouts.


Team- Orange Lions
Coach- Cody Kovach

2021 Recap- 12th at Sectionals

Returning Players
Kylie Leska- 12th
Tessa Kemelhar- 10th
Ronetta Bell-Moore- 12th
Marina Caporossi- 12th
Virginia Cohn- 12th
Miliani McIntosh- 12th

Orange lost their top performer from last year, Kerry Kelly. The Lions will return the rest of their varsity scorers and are looking for some underclassmen to step up.



Team- Berkshire Badgers
Coach- Doug Lory
Home Course- Pleasant Hills

2021 Recap- 13th at Sectionals

Returning Players
Aurora Martin- 11th
Sophia Laudato- 12th
Athena Stute- 12th
Brooke Ruchalski- 12th

Berkshire will return several players that contributed last season. The Badgers are hoping for big improvement from their younger players and strong leadership from their seniors. Coach Doug Lory is looking forward to an “exciting year full of some more learning, gaining experience, and enjoying teammates.”


Team- Edgewood Warriors
Coach- Christina Fischer
Home Course- Village Green Golf Course
2022 Schedule

2021 Recap- 2021 record 9-8 (7-5 in league)

Returning Players
Kaci Kanicki ☆ – 12th
Avery Vencill- 10th
Emma Hart-Wood- 10th

Potential New Contributors
Annie Johnston- 9th
Zoe Naus- 9th
Katie McCollister- 11th
Hannah Brunell- 10th
Morgan French- 10th

Edgewood has a strong top of their lineup, starting with senior Kaci Kanicki. The Warriors will then turn to two sophomores and hopefully some more underclassman talent to kick off the fall season. “(We have a ) good core of returning golfers and younger golfers with experience should be able to make an immediate impact,” explained coach Christina Fischer.


Team- Geneva Eagles
Coach- Randy Ankrom

2021 Recap- 14th at Sectionals

Returning Players
Adrianna Ellis- 12th
Sophia Bell- 10th
Alexis Shuttleworth- 11th
Faith York- 10th
Abby Leighner- 11th
Elizabeth Raymond- 11th
Chae Wilson-Owen- 11th

The Eagles are developing a good amount of depth and hoping that will produce the talent needed to compete in the CVC Valley Division.


Team- Lakeside Dragons
Coach- Bryan Schlaich

2021 Recap- DNS at Sectionals

Returning Players
Tayler Wilber- 12th
Katelyn Grim- 12th
Marissa Calabris- 12th
NeVeah Carlo- 10th
Alissa Wheeler- 10th

Senior Tayler Wilber will have a chance to advance to Districts for the Dragons in 2022. Two seniors and two sophomores will round out the squad at Lakeside.


Team- Perry Pirates
Coach- Blanche Davidson

2021 Recap- 5th at Sectionals

Returning Players
Emily Capitosti ☆ – 11th
Emma Pietrzak- 12th
Addy Trefzger- 10th

Potential New Contributors
Jillian Peters- 9th
Lilah Yeager- 9th

Emily Capitosti almost led the Pirates to the District Tournament as a team last year but Perry fell six strokes short of a trip to Sable Creek. Capitosti was able to go to Districts as an individual. The team lost two seniors and will look to replace them with freshmen Jillian Peters and Lilah Yeager, who have both improved significantly over the summer.


Team- West Geauga Wolverines
Coach- Roger Sines

2021 Recap- 6th in CVC Valley Division

Returning Players
Grace Culek- 11th
Alyssa Peltz- 12th
Marina Thomas- 12th

West Geauga will be looking to three returning players and hoping for some incoming talent to improve on their 2021 season.


Website: thecrownconference.com
Format- Postseason Tournament September 20- Pine Hills
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Team- Beaumont Blue Streaks
Coach- Randy Williams
Home Course- Pine Ridge Country Club / Airport Greens
Team Website
2022 Schedule
Twitter- @BeaumontGolf
Instagram- @BeaumontBlueStreaks

2021 Recap- 7th at Division II Punderson District

Returning Players
Sophia Vitantonio-12th
Claire Stergar- 12th
Claire Brazalovics- 11th
Nya Wade- 10th

Potential New Contributors
Megan Mennel- 11th
Shabree Adair- 10th
Kyle Gibbs- 10th
Julia Peck- 11th
Caroline Spitznagel- 9th

First-year head coach Randy Williams takes over for Denise Bangasser who served as the coach for two years prior. Beaumont will look for their returning players to step up following the graduation of Lauren Bangasser, one of the greatest to ever play for Beaumont.


Team- Lake Catholic Cougars
Coach- Tony Zampedro

2021 Recap- 16th at Sectionals

Returning Players
Lauren Olenik ☆ – 12th
Theresa Lazanich- 11th
Taylor Kern- 11th
Kayla Calvey- 12th
Alex Newnes- 11th

Potential New Contributors
Kim Wiertel- 9th
Gianna Huszco- 9th
Ella Zampedro- 9th
Emma Madsen- 9th

Lake Catholic will be an interesting team to watch in 2022. They return all their key pieces and have some young talent with potential coming up. This could be a much improved team this fall.


Team- NDCL Lions
Coach- Toni DeSanto

2021 Recap- DNS at Sectionals

Returning Players
Ava DeJohn- 12th
Maddie Slish- 12th
Bella Call- 11th
Marianna McGuigan- 10th
Kaylee Daley- 11th

Potential New Contributors
Ava Lewandowski- 9th

NDCL is hoping to get back to the mid-2010 glory days where they were perennial State contenders. Seniors Ava DeJohn and Maddie Slish should be their top scorers while incoming freshman Ava Lewandowski could give the Lions a spark as the season moves in.


Team- Padua Bruins
Coach- Patrick Dailey
Home Course- Pleasant Valley
Team Website
Instagram- Lady.bruins.golf

2021 Recap- 12th at Springvale Sectional

Returning Players
Morgan Dailey- 12th
Jenna Marchak- 12th
Dani Shingary- 12th
Hannah Allison- 12th
Mary Mangan- 12th
Emma Snowden- 12th
Debbie Groth- 12th
Macy McConville- 12th

Potential New Contributors
Eva Colantuono- 11th
Olivia Knight- 10th
Mya Matier- 10th
Julia Meges- 10th
Jocelyn Salwan- 10th

Padua is a senior heavy team with a good amount of experience. “We have confidence. We will continue to improve on last year’s momentum,” said coach Patrick Dailey. Padua is hoping their large senior class can have a strong finish to their high school careers.


Team- Walsh Jesuit Warriors
Coach- Bill Reilly
Home Course- Fox Den and Ellsworth Meadows
Twitter- @WJHS_Golf

2021 Recap- Two tournament wins including Crown Conference Championship, 5th place sectionals, 6 individual career lows attained during the season

Returning Players
Annie Stencel ☆ – 11th
Annie Cors ☆ – 11th
Mia Kavlick ☆ – 11th
Isabel Martin- 10th

Potential New Contributors
Elise Miklos- 10th
Kathryn Figler- 12th
Shaunee Miller- 10th
Colleen Stadler ☆ – 9th
Gianna Rodenhauser- 9th

The 3rd year of the journey will be a fun one for Annie Stencel, who has had 5 top 4 finishes this summer, Annie Cors and Mia Kavlick. “These three entered Walsh Jesuit 3 years ago with zero competitive golf experience and now have advanced leaps and bounds,” explained Coach Bill Reilly. Multisport athletes Cors (Top 5 nationally in competitive dance) and Elise Miklos (National and North American Individual Champion in Irish Dance) will also be big contributors. Incoming Colleen Stadler and Gianna Rodenhauser should be able to add support quickly to a Warriors team that was disappointed with their 5th place finish in Sectionals last year. “(That) will soon be changed,” Reilly said.


Format- Postseason Tournament September 22- Zoar Village GC
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Team- Alliance Aviators
Coach- Philip Yarian

2021 Recap- 16th at Sectionals

Returning Players
Anna Eversdyke- 11th
Bridgette Runion- 12th
Lily Walker- 11th
Neveah Marsh- 10th

With two seniors graduated, Alliance will be looking to their incoming senior Bridgette Runion along with juniors Anna Eversdyke and Lily Walker to take big steps forward in 2022.


Team- Marlington Dukes
Coach- Shawn Dillon
Home Course- Tannenhauf GC
Facebook- Shawn Dillon
Twitter- @CoachDillon1961
Tik Tok- @shawndillon17

2021 Recap- 17-2 Overall 10-0 EBC 6-0 Tri-County Won both Leagues. Sectional and District Runner-up. STATE RUNNER-UP. 2nd Runner-up at State in the past 3 years.

Returning Players
Maria Warner ☆ – 12th
Becky Kuhlmann- 12th
Kelsey Nieman- 11th
Zoe Mort ☆- 10th

Potential New Contributors
Mady Misch- 9th

Marlington has four girls back this season with State Tournament experience from last year. Senior Maria Warner finished fifth in the state in Division 2 and sophomore Zoe Mort finished 11th at the Ohio State Gray Course. Marlington is looking to get back to Columbus in 2022 but will have a much more difficult time as they have been bumped up from Division 2 to Division 1. Coach Shawn Dillon said, “We need to improve our short game but I expect another solid season” in reference to how the Dukes can get even better after last year’s run.


Team- West Branch Warriors
Coach- Daniel Hall

2021 Recap- 11th at Sectionals

Returning Players
Shaylee Muckleroy ☆ – 11th
Lachlan Cameran- 12th
Katie Santee- 10th
Hayden Messler- 10th
Lillian Smith- 11th

Behind junior standout and District qualifier Shaylee Muckleroy, West Branch has a competitive team and will look to try to dethrone league powerhouse Marlington.


Format- Postseason Tournament


Team- Southern Local Indians
Coach- Gerard Grimm
Home Course- Twin Springs Golf Course Lisbon, Ohio

2021 Recap- 2-2, Sectional – 12th

Returning Players
Jessica Lafferty- 12th
Paige Riggs- 11th
Kennedy Lewis- 10th

Potential New Contributors
Katie Calderone- 12th
Lizzie McKinnon- 12th
Alivia Allender- 11th

Coach Gerard Grimm is looking forward to Southern Local’s sophomore season fielding a girls team, “As our program enters our second year, we believe that the girls returning this season will take a important step forward as we look to compete at a higher level.”


Format- Single Round Robin League Play; Preseason Tournament August 9th- Tannenhauf, Postseason Tournament, September 27th- The Elms CC
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Team- GlenOak Golden Eagles
Coach- Scott McCahan

2021 Recap- 12th at Sectionals

Returning Players
Corrie Schorsten- 11th
Kamdyn Hershberger- 10th
Brooklyn Kendrick- 11th
Abby Watson- 11th

With generational talent Madison Reemsnyder now graduated, GlenOak will turn to a group of three juniors and a sophomore to be their top four scorers in 2022. The Golden Eagles will look to compete in one of the toughest leagues in Ohio with a young group looking to gain more experience.


Team- Canton McKinley Bulldogs
Coach- Clifford Lee
Home Course- Spring Valley Golf Course
Team Website- https://mckinleyathletics.org/teams/3347361/girls/golf/varsity

The Bulldogs are in building mode in 2022 under coach Cliff Lee as they look to compete in a very tough conference.


Team- Green Bulldogs
Coach- Jake Shocklee
Home Course- Turkeyfoot
Team Website

2021 Recap- 6-0 Federal League Champs

Returning Players
Ava Pulley ☆ – 12th
Zanna Belacic- 12th
Nina Shaffer- 12th
Sydney Shocklee- 10th

Potential New Contributors
Raelynn Winkler- 11th
Giulianna Cicarelli-Aliosi- 12th

The Green Bulldogs will look to continue their league and tournament success by developing their returning players. Look for senior Ava Pulley, to contend for POY honors and lead the Bulldogs as they compete for their 5th Federal League Championship in 8 years. Green is welcoming back senior Nina Shaffer from an ACL injury and the team hopes she can make a strong contribution to the program.


Team- Jackson Polar Bears
Coach- Teal Harvey
Home Course- Shady Hollow CC
Twitter- @JPBGirlsGolf

2021 Recap- Sectional Champions, 3rd Place at Districts, 8th Place State Tournament

Returning Players
Vanessa Prodafikas- 12th
Katie Sieverts- 11th
Cara Murphy ☆ – 10th

After losing some of the most prodigious players in school history, Jackson will turn to a new group to try to keep the magic alive. Coach Teal Harvey is optimistic about carrying on the momentum that Jackson has built throughout the years. “(We are) looking forward to a new group of kids to continue to build the success that our program has had.”


Team- Lake Blue Streaks
Coach- Michael Yoder
Home Course- Sable Creek
Team Website
2022 Schedule
Instagram- Lake Girls Golf

2021 Recap- Record 10-6. League 3-3. 4th in the league. Low nine hole score 168. Low 18 -355. 6th in sectionals

Returning Players
Kate Potashnik ☆ – 12th
Amanda Fedor ☆ – 12th
Audrey Nichols ☆ – 11th
Evanne Mast- 11th
Emily Hudson- 11th

Potential New Contributors
Michelle Mitchell- 12th
Brooke Goebelbecker- 12th
Cami Changet- 12th
Isabella Carden- 12th
Leah Menegay- 11th

Lake is a team to watch coming into 2022. “I’m very excited to coach this team,” stated Coach Michael Yoder. “We have a lot of excitement for the season and good depth in varsity players.”

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Team- Perry Panthers
Coach- Kerra Loomis

2021 Recap- 10th at Sectionals

Returning Players
Isabella Gales- 11th
Natalie Ullum- 11th
Libby Adams- 12th

Like several other Federal League teams, Perry will have the tall task of replacing one of the best golfers in their school’s history, Sophia Rosa. Junior Isabella Gales is a good player and the Panthers will look to her to lead the team this season.


Team- Hoover Vikings
Coach- Scott Snyder
Home Course- Arrowhead golf Course
Team Website

2021 Recap- 2nd in Federal League, 3rd in Sectionals, 6th in Districts

Returning Players
Halle Ellis ☆ – 12th
Hannah Higgins ☆ – 12th
Ava Wadley- 12th
Kylie Porter ☆ – 10th
Ava Kemp ☆ – 10th
Olivia Phannenschmidt- 10th

Coach Scott Snyder returns a very talented team in 2022. Hoover has a chance to make a very long tournament run. “We hope to again be competitive throughout the season,” Snyder said, and his Vikings have the ability to turn that hope into reality.


Format- Three League Tournaments
August 11- Bunker Hill
September 1- Brookledge
September 28- Fox Den
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Team- Brunswick Blue Devils
Coach- Chris Esterak
Home Course- Bunker Hill
Team Website
Twitter- @bhsladygolfers

2021 Recap- 9-1 in Match play

Returning Players
Aislinn Leffel- 11th
McKenzie Berg- 11th
Mia Cameron- 12th
Jaci Armstrong- 12th
Lindsey Vozar- 12th

Potential New Contributors
Grace Kilbane- 12th

Brunswick will have a balanced attack as they compete for the GCC title in 2022. Coach Chris Esterak is “looking for another successful year on the course and in the classroom!”


Team- Medina Bees
Coach- Mickey McGrath
Home Course- Fox Meadows
Team Website
Twitter- @medinagirlsgolf
Instagram- medinagirlsgolf

2021 Recap- 2nd in GCC, 4/3rd finishes in tournaments, 8th in Sectionals @The Elms

Returning Players
Stella Burns- 11th
Lydia Dorman- 11th
Anna Macino- 11th
Martha Weight- 12th
Anna Vaccarelli- 11th
Camille Christeon- 11th

Potential New Contributors
Morgan Deeringer- 10th
Aggie Rupp- 12th
Carly Johns- 11th

Medina is bringing back four returning sophomores who are talented, strong and seasoned. The Bees are hoping their third year will be the charm. Medina will have a deep team and has plenty of upcoming talent.


Team- Mentor Cardinals
Coach- James Hrusovsky
Home Course- Black Brook
Team Website
Twitter- @MentorHighgolf

2021 Recap- 8th at Sectionals

Returning Players
Bella Lundi ☆ – 12th
Olivia Bostelman- 11th
Taylor Bostelman- 11th

Senior Bella Lundi will lead the charge for the Cardinals in 2022. Lundi is looking to make the jump to college golf following this season and already has some offers to play at the next level. The team has several players with the potential to break through and make an impact on the program. First year head coach James Hrusovsky is ready for August 1st to come, “I am looking forward to getting out on the course.” And his group of Cardinals will look to make it a successful first season.


Team- Solon Comets
Coach- Damien Kopkas
Home Course- Grantwood Golf Course
Team Website
Twitter- @SolonAthletics

2021 Recap- 3rd place finish in GCC; 2-5 in dual matches; 6th place team finish at Sectionals; Individual District qualifier (Kaitlin Kormuth – 68)

Returning Players
Kaitlin Kormuth ☆ – 12th
Roma Wankhade- 12th
Mehr Bindra- 11th
Haiden Goebelbecker- 11th
Emi Mulcahy- 11th

Potential New Contributors
Lola Farley- 11th
Ella Giallanza- 11th
Angelina Velkov- 11th
Serena Wu ☆ – 9th

Solon is definitely a team to watch in 2022. “I am excited about the prospects of our 2022 team. The girls have shown the desire to work hard this offseason, and I am hopeful that their dedication pays off for them next season,” explained Coach Damien Kopkas. Senior Kaitlin Kormuth is one of the premier players in the area and is a player to watch coming into the season.


Team- Strongsville Mustangs
Coach- Kevin Weir
Home Course- Valleaire
Team Website
2022 Schedule
Twitter- @SvilleGGolf

2021 Recap- Won the GCC for the first time since 2011 by winning all 4 league tournaments. Finished 2nd at Sectionals with a score of 341.

Returning Players
Natalie Kostalnick ☆ – 11th
Hannah Lee ☆ – 10th
Taylor Bass- 12th
Mridulaa Badri- 12th
Madison Gilbert- 12th
Kendall Grau- 11th

Coach Kevin Weir is very excited for the 2022 season to start as Strongsville has an experienced team coming back from the 2021 season. The girls want to build off their success from winning their first conference title in 10 years but know every team is coming for them now. From top to bottom their roster is very skilled and has been putting in hard work all offseason. The team is led by junior Natalie Kostalnick and Sophomore Hannah Lee who respectfully finished 1st and 5th in the Greater Cleveland Conference.


Format- Double Round Robin League Play; Preseason Tournament August 8- Grey Hawk, Postseason Tournament September 15- Grey Hawk.
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Team- Bay Rockets
Coach- Victoria Budzyn
Home Course- Sweetbriar/Legacy Golf Course
Team Website- https://bayathletics.org/teams/3153834/girls/golf/varsity
Team Schedule- https://bayathletics.org/teams/3153834/girls/golf/varsity

2021 Recap- Overall Record 4-9, LEGGA Record 3-7 (5th), LEGGA Preview -5th, LEGGA Championship -5th, Sectionals -10th

Returning Players
Norah Schlegel-12th
Kathryn McFarland- 11th
Kiersten Baumgartner- 11th
Carly Bird- 12th
Jennifer Fuehrer- 12th

Potential New Contributors
Laila Fiorentino- 11th
Camilla Saccan – 11th

The Rockets will have new leadership in 2022 following the resignation of coach Jared Shetzer. Victoria Budzyn will come in trying to take the program to new levels. Bay had their best finish in Sectionals in more than a decade and are hoping that momentum can take them to new heights this fall.


Team- Columbia Raiders
Coach- Rebecca Brendza
Home Course- Pine Brook Golf Links
Twitter- @CHSGirls_Golf

2021 Recap- 10 – 0 in the conference, 11-1 overall, 6th place at Districts, 2nd Place at Sectionals

Returning Players
Alyssa Beach- 12th
Taylor Kuhrt- 11th

Potential New Contributors
Shelby Rumes- 11th
Sammy Geiger- 11th

Alyssa Beach and Taylor Kuhrt will be Columbia’s players to watch. The Raiders had four seniors graduate last season and will be a very young team in 2022.


Team- Keystone Wildcats
Coach- Dave Slee
Home Course- Greyhawk Golf Course

2021 Recap- 2-9

Returning Players
Karlie Kistler- 12th
Ava Reed- 12th
Elaina Magel- 12th
Emily Wittlinger- 12th
Tiffany Andrews- 12th
Brenna Taylor- 11th
Emma Feakins- 10th

Potential New Contributors
Victoria Solt- 11th
Cora Maines- 11th
Nadia Bulkoski- 11th
Morgan Wittlinger- 10th
Alexis Askew- 9th

Keystone is a team building depth from within. They have a large program and are looking toward some of their rising seniors and juniors to give the team the boost they need to contend in 2022.


Team- North Olmsted Eagles
Coach- Jared Howells

2021 Recap- 9th at Sectionals

Returning Players
Rose Lane- 10th
Hannah Sheley- 11th
Kayla Weisenberger- 10th
Kenzie Sorg- 10th

It will be hard for North Olmsted to replace last year’s top player and now graduate Rachel Adams. The good news for the team is that all the experienced players coming back are either sophomores or juniors. The Eagles are in a great place to continue to get better.


Team- Rocky River Pirates
Coach- Jeffrey Hammond
Home Course- Little Met/Big Met/Mastick Woods
Twitter- @rrgirlsgolf and @coachhammondRR

2021 Recap- 9-7 overall, 7th at Sectionals, 3rd at LEGGA Preview and LEGGA Championship

Returning Players
Chloe Holton- 11th
Mia Ginnetti- 10th
Nora Sheridan- 12th
Sophia Loparo- 12th

Potential New Contributors
Charlotte Roche- 11th
Julia Schmid- 10th
Regan Marshall-11th
Sienna DeMooy- 11th

This group of Pirates has a lot of potential returning 4 varsity players from last year.


Team- Westlake Demons
Coach- Traci Edmunds
Home Course- Avon Oaks Country Club
Team Website- www.wlake.org
Twitter- @ladydemonsgolf

2021 Recap- 1st place in (LEGGA) Conference Championship, 2nd place in (LEGGA) Conference preview, 13th Sectional Tournament finish, 8-2 Conference Record,

Returning Players
Gabby Pollak- 12th
Emma Pollak- 12th
Kaitlin Campbell- 12th
Natasha Garlauskas- 12th
Ecaterina Lett- 12th
Megan Forshey- 11th
Kaitlin Zink- 11th
Kerry Madden- 11th

Coach Traci Edmunds is very proud of her team and all their accomplishments, “I’m very blessed to coach such an amazing and talented group of young women! We went into a new conference with a lot of new players. Their dedication and hard work helped prepare and gave them the confidence and skills needed to win the end of the season LEGGA conference championship.” The Demons are a team to watch in 2022. Edmunds thinks so, too. “I’m looking forward to another great season with our returning players and excited to meet our new and young talent coming up to help contribute to our programs success!”


Format- Postseason Tournament September 27th- Pine Brook


Team- Cleveland Heights Tigers
Coach- Fiona Connor
Home Course- Washington Park Golf Course
Team Website- heightstigers.com
2022 Schedule

2021 Recap- Runner-up Girls LEL 426, 13th Sectionals 450

Returning Players
Clare Dolan- 12th
Katie Braverman- 12th

Potential New Contributors
Ella Boyles- 11th
Layla Jackson- 9th
Elise Dooner- 9th

Coach Fiona Connor is continuing to build the Tigers program and looks for even more improvement in 2022. “Clare (Dolan) and Katie (Braverman) are our players to watch in this rebuilding year where we will be competing with 2 or 3 beginners,” explained Coach Connor. Cleveland Heights is a developing program and the team works to provide equipment and instruction to players with little to no background in the sport.


Team- Lorain Titans
Coach- Dino Pappas
Home Course- Pine Brook
Team Website- Loraincityschools.org

Returning Players
Dallas Lopez- 12th
Jailynn Keathley- 12th
Katelyn Ramos- 12th

Potential New Contributors
Arianna Barney- 12th
Adi’Anna Bucci- 12th

Lorain is looking to build for the future, as they have recruited a good base of players for their team. “Our team is… predominantly all beginners,” explained Coach Dino Pappas. “We are focused on learning the fundamentals of the game.”


Team- Shaker Heights Raiders
Coach- Joe Welsch
Home Course- Shawnee/Shaker Heights CC
Team Website
Team Schedule

2021 Recap- Won the LEL. Had 2 seniors make it to Districts.

Returning Players
Jes Cunion- 12th
Santina Wilson- 10th
Robin Ritley- 11th
Kelis Reid- 11th

Potential New Contributors
Cami Dozier- 9th

Shaker Heights will be a young team with hopes of growing the program for future years to come. They will turn to new head coach Joe Welsch to lead the team. The Raiders are looking to repeat their LEL championship run from last year in their final year before moving back to join the GCC in the 2023-2024 school year. Senior Jes Cunion has all the potential for a great senior season and is hoping to make it to districts.


Format- Postseason Tournament, Double Round Robin League Play
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Team- Champion Golden Flashes
Coach- Elisa Morello
Home Course- Bristolwood Golf Course

2021 Recap- 4 and 4, 7th at Sectionals

Returning Players
Kennady Grace- 11th
Kayla Haynie- 11th
Channing Fox- 11th
Skylar Scarnecchia- 11th

Potential New Contributors
Celia Bayus
Natalie Scott- 12th
Nadiya Patrick- 10th

Led by a group of four juniors, Champion should be an improved team competing in the MVAC. Kennedy Grace and Kayla Haynie will be two players to watch as they progress through the 2022 campaign.


Team- Garfield G-Men
Coach- Andrew Olesky

2021 Recap- 11th at Sectionals

Returning Players
Madison Wisconish- 11th
Marissa White- 12th
Grace Scirocco- 11th
Rachel Evans- 12th

Garfield returns their top four scorers from last year’s team. They will look to use that experience to make a 2022 run.


Team- LaBrae Vikings
Coach- John Pugh

2021 Recap- DNS at Sectionals

Returning Players
Laura McCoy- 12th
Madison Touart- 10th
Jennifer Johnson- 11th

LaBrae returns three quality players in Laura McCoy, Madison Touart, and Jennifer Johnson. If they can find one more player to put up a fourth score, LaBrae has a chance to turn some heads in 2022.


Team- Mineral Ridge Rams
Coach- Nick Flaviano
Home Course- Old Dutch Mill Golf Course
Team Website

2021 Recap- 2-6 in matches (first year having a girls golf team)

Returning Players
Savannah Davison- 12th
Brynn Brunton- 12th
Aubree Brunton- 10th
Megan Blair- 10th
Maggie Collins- 10th
Mariah Huff- 11th
Yazmine Leonard- 10th

Potential New Contributors
Haylee Johnson
Haleigh Morgan
Brooke Buttinger
Sadie Grubbs
Alivia Robinson

“The most important shot in golf is the next one.” Coach Nick Flaviano is preaching this simple, yet profound advice to his players. It seems to be working, considering Mineral Ridge went from not having a girls program to a very deep squad within a year’s time. The Rams will look to use their coach’s advice to continue to grow as a team.


Team- Newton Falls Tigers
Coach- Zach Parent

2021 Recap- 6th at Sectionals

Returning Players
Emily Nutter- 12th
Alison Clonch- 12th
Lydia Koehrsen- 12th
Kennedy Howard- 10th
Claire Howdershelt- 10th

Newton Falls has their entire lineup back and is hoping to see improvement out of their young players. This is a team to keep an eye on as the season progresses.


Format- Double Round Robin League Play; Preseason Tournament August 5th- Pine Valley, Postseason Tournament September 16th- Pine Valley
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Team- Cloverleaf Colts
Coach- Nolan Turpin
Home Course- Rawiga Golf Course
Team Website

2021 Recap- Undefeated in the conference (Last six years), 17-1 overall, 5th at Sectionals, 1 District qualifier

Returning Players
Jenna McGarry- 12th
McKenzie Siewerth- 10th
Addison Leonard- 10th

Potential New Contributors
Allie Kogler- 11th
Sydney Jones- 11th
Hailey Donahue- 11th

Nolan Turpin will be taking over at Cloverleaf after Adam Michel left to take a coaching position at Ashland University. Michel is hoping that Cloverleaf’s success will continue on after his departure: “It was a pleasure coaching the girls for 14 years and the program is in great shape to continue the conference winning streak.” Turpin is looking to his lone senior, Jenna McGarry to lead the program throughout the 2022 season. Turpin said, “Our program is going to be very young. I’m excited to see our younger girls take advantage of their opportunity and compete at a high level!”


Team- Field Falcons
Coach- Mariah Siedler

2021 Recap- 5th at Sectionals

Returning Players
Kendall Brugler- 11th
Marisa Blakey- 11th
Hannah Combs- 11th

Field finished one spot away from advancing to Districts in their Sectional Tournament at The Pines in 2021, although it was a pretty significant gap from 4th place St. Vincent-St. Mary. The Falcons will also have to adjust to life without now-graduated Devon Carpenter, last year’s best scorer. An experienced class of juniors will need to step up and get a little help from incoming players and Field could make some noise in Division 2.


Team- Norton Panthers
Coach- Dick Castilow

2021 Recap- 17th at Sectionals

Returning Players
Gianna Pennell- 10th
Taylor Brady- 12th

The Panthers will hope to have an influx of young talent to accompany returning players Gianna Pennell and Taylor Brady in 2022.


Team- Springfield Spartans
Coach- Kevin Hanna
Home Course- Chenoweth
Twitter- @SpringfieldGir1

2021 Recap- Finished 2nd in MAC. 2021 Record of 14-4. D1 Sectionals 11/17

Returning Players
Cami Leporis ☆ – 12th
Morgan Miller- 12th

Potential New Contributors
Maggie Putt- 9th
Shylah Swiger- 10th
Brooke Porter- 10th

Springfield will look to build off a solid 2021 showing, returning two key players in Cami Leporis and Morgan Miller.


Team- Streetsboro Rockets
Coach- Tim Foster
Home Course- Boulder Creek
Team Website
2022 Schedule

2021 Recap- 13 – 8, Third Preseason MAC, 3rd Postseason MAC, 9th of 18 teams in Sectionals

Returning Players
Megan Solly- 12th
Abbie Myers-12th
Courtney Morgan- 12th
Samantha Clark- 11th
Cortney Evert- 11th
Juliana Reyes- 11th
Miranda Gerk- 11th

Potential New Contributors
Claire Campbell- 9th
Kendall Clark- 9th
Hazel Schoenherr- 9th

Coach Tim Foster is very excited about the upcoming season. As Streetsboro is entering its fourth season of the girl’s program, Coach Foster has been really excited to see the hard work and dedication that the team has shown in the offseason in an effort to build upon the improvement and progress that they have made thus far in their careers.


Team- Woodridge Bulldogs
Coach- Aron Olaffoster
Home Course- Brookledge

2021 Recap- 0-11 5th Place Finish

Returning Players
Kylie Roenigk 12th
Julia Howell 12th

Aron Olaffoster will be taking over the Woodridge program after coaching JV boys and girls golf at Streetsboro. Olaffoster will inherit a program with some returning talent and he will hope to be able to build off the foundation of seniors Kylie Roenigk and Julia Howell.


Format- Postseason Tournament September 16th- Squaw Creek


Team- Girard Indians
Coach- Josh Camuso

2021 Recap- 10th at Sectionals

Returning Players
Marie Ragozzino- 12th
Mary Bonamase- 12th
Julia Ragozzino- 10th
Isabella Canterino- 10th

Girard is returning all four scorers from last year’s Sectional tournament. Seniors Marie Ragozzino and Mary Bonamase will certainly take the top two spots for the Indians and look to lead the team into contention in the NE8.


Team- Hubbard Eagles
Coach- Chris Trobek/Tom Parteleno

2021 Recap- 3rd at Sectionals

Returning Players
Cora Christoff- 11th
Addison Evans- 10th
Evan Flynn- 11th
Emma Harley- 10th
Karley McAfoose- 12th
Scout Nicholson- 10th
Kennedy Perline- 11th

Hubbard has two large tasks to overcome in 2022. The first is replacing a senior heavy District qualifying team and the second is being bumped up to Division 1 this season. They will look to gain experience early and let that take them into the latter half of the season.


Team- Lakeview Bulldogs
Coach- Mark Novotny

2021 Recap- 12th at District Tournament

Returning Players
Cassie Klotz- 10th

Lakeview will have their work cut out for them trying to replace a senior heavy, District qualifying team from last year. Returning sophomore Cassie Klotz will have to step up as a young team leader.


Team- Niles McKinley Red Dragons
Coach- Traci Kempe
Home Course- Old Avalon

2021 Recap- Overall Record 4-8, League Record 4-3, 1st place Trumbull County Tournament

Returning Players
Marissa Bugos- 12th
Jenna Stevens- 12th
Kelly Kover- 10th

Potential New Contributors
Miranda Spell- 12th
Autumn Fowler- 11th

Niles is in a very unique position, as one of two teams to drop from Division 1 to Division 2 beginning in 2022. This will give the Red Dragons a better look at placing in Sectionals. They will be a young team with a good amount of returning players. A year of experience may go a long way to lead the team to new heights this season.


Team- Poland Seminary Bulldogs
Coach- Joe Colella

2021 Recap- 5th at Sectionals

Returning Players
Kylie Kapics- 11th
Olivia Loftus- 11th
Olivia Zura- 12th
Cassidy Smith- 12th
Nina Gordan- 11th
Katelyn Roberts- 11th

Poland just missed qualifying for Districts last season, finishing one spot away from moving on. The Bulldogs may have an uphill battle this year after losing graduated senior Sophia Yurich, who was one stroke away from playing in the State Tournament. They will rely on several returning upperclassmen to make their run in 2022.


Team- Struthers Wildcats
Coach- Wendell Wagnon
Home Course- Knoll Run

2021 Recap- DNS at Sectionals

Returning Players
Bella Sandusky- 10th
Sam Day- 11th
Myla Vince- 12th

Finding a replacement, or possibly two, for graduate Maile Gonda will be at the top of Struthers’ offseason wish list. The Wildcats will hope to compete with a full varsity roster as they grind it out in the Northeast 8 Conference.


Format- Double Round Robin, Postseason Tournament September 21st- Sable Creek
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Team- Lake Center Christian Tigers
Coach- Shane Byler

2021 Recap- 10th at Sectionals

Returning Players
Leah Starcher ☆ – 12th
Taylor Goodspeed- 12th
Faith Varga- 12th
Delaney Smith- 11th

Lake Center is returning their top four players from 2021, where they finished 2nd in the Portage Trail Conference. Leah Starcher was able to qualify for the District Tournament and will look to build off that success to potentially return as an individual or take the team to Sable Creek this fall.


Team- Southeast Pirates
Coach- Cindy Fesemeyer

2021 Recap- 6th at District Tournament

Returning Players
Gracie Westover ☆ – 11th
Taylor Blazek- 10th
Skylar Werschey- 11th
Lexi Morris- 11th
Rebekah Lane- 12th
Taylor Tufts- 11th
Nina Yoder- 12th

Losing senior standout Alaina Goldstein to graduation will be a tough blow for Southeast but the Pirates have the athletes to step up to fill the void. Junior Gracie Westover should take over the number one spot and hopefully lead the Pirates back to Salem Hills and possibly further.


Team- St. Thomas Aquinas Knights
Coach- Terry Murphy

2021 Recap- 7th at Sectionals

Returning Players
JuleeAnn Doolittle- 11th
Ellie Wanchick- 11th
Grace Tabellion- 11th

St. Thomas Aquinas will have three juniors leading the team in 2022 looking to be as successful as last year’s squad. Finding a few more players to add to the roster will be key for the Knights as they compete in the Portage Trail Conference.


Format- Double Round Robin League Play. Preseason Tournament August 8- Whiskyville, Postseason Tournament September 28- Springvale
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Team- Amherst Comets
Coach- Dave Zvara

2021 Recap- DNS at Sectionals

Returning Players
Lizzy Iliff- 11th
Hananiah Smith- 11th
Kennedy Rauch- 12th
Clara Horwedel- 10th
Lacie Stottlemire- 12th

The Comets are hoping to improve after a 6th place finish in the SWC last season. Junior Lizzy Iliff should be the low scorer for Amherst this season.


Team- Avon Eagles
Coach- Aaron Millet
Home Course- Bob-O-Link
Twitter- @golf_ahs

2021 Recap- 11-1 SWC – District Qualifier

Returning Players
Aubrie Rush ☆ – 12th
Madigan O’Leary- 11th
Allie Day- 11th
Rivya Veena- 11th

Potential New Contributors
Ellyn Huron- 10th

The Eagles have four solid golfers back from a team that won the SWC and qualified for Districts. They are led by the reigning conference MVP, Aubrie Rush, who has also qualified for districts her first three years of competition.


Team- Avon Lake Shoregals
Coach- Krystine Frisch

2021 Recap- 5th at Sectionals

Returning Players
Jenna Kennedy- 12th
Paige Machovina- 12th
Ava Lamb- 11th
Sarah Quayle- 11th
Abby Madden- 12th
Olivia Ritter- 11th
Jillian Kennedy- 12th

Avon Lake will be young in 2022 after losing four senior varsity players. The program has a great history and the young players will look to step up to keep that legacy going.


Team- Berea-Midpark Titans
Coach- Robert Intihar

2021 Recap- 6th at Sectionals

Returning Players
Miranda Haneberg- 10th

It will be a complete reload for the Titans in 2022 as their entire varsity team graduated after putting together a quality campaign last season.


Team- Elyria Pioneers
Coach- Mel Rainey
Home Course- Carlisle Golf Course

Returning Players
Kloe Koepp- 12th

Potential New Contributors
Zoe Pol- 9th

This will be the first time in school history that Elyria High School will be fielding a girls golf team. Coach Mel Rainey is excited for the possibilities, “I am looking forward to a new first season with the first ever Girls Golf Team at Elyria High School!” Senior Kloe Koepp will be the leader of the team and Coach Rainey will be looking to freshman Zoe Pol to make a quick impact.


Team- Midview Middies
Coach- James Brabenec

2021 Recap- 16th at Sectionals

Returning Players
Grace Seymour- 12th
Taylor Whiting- 12th
Sabrina Crowley- 12th
Makenna Rowe- 11th
Olivia DiFranco- 11th

Midview gained a significant amount of experience in 2021 and will be returning all their key pieces this season.


Team- North Ridgeville Rangers
Coach- Josh Houser
Home Course- Pinebrook

2021 Recap- 4th in SWC, 2nd Place in Mapleton Girls Golf Invitational

Returning Players
Aryana Edgell- 12th
Kamryn Lienerth- 12th
AJ Jacovetti- 12th
Paige Bell- 12th
Gianna Betonte- 10th

The Rangers are returning their entire varsity group from last year’s Sectional tournament and are looking to make a splash in the SWC. Coach Josh Houser will be relying on senior leadership, “Our Seniors have been waiting for this season for 3 years now. They’ve stuck together since their freshman year and we hope to be competitive in the conference this year.”


Team- Olmsted Falls Bulldogs
Coach- Alan Evangelista
Home Course- Mallard Creek
Twitter- @OFgirlsgolf

2021 Recap- 15th at Springvale Sectional

Returning Players
Sydney Ott- 12th
Ava Harb- 12th
Katie Klammer- 12th
Natalie Henderson- 12th
Ella Atkins- 11th

Potential New Contributors
Mia O’Malley- 12th
Angelina Ward- 12th
Aubrey Caraballo- 10th
Hannah Rossini- 12th
Mya Ortiz- 12th
Megan Dougher- 12th

After a down year in 2021, the Bulldogs will look to make a comeback led by senior Sydney Ott. Olmsted Falls will be under the leadership of new head coach Alan Evangelista.


Format- Four League Tournaments, two separate divisions
August 11- Pleasant Valley
August 23- Ellsworth Meadows
September 10- Fox Den
September 28- Brookledge
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Team- Aurora Greenmen
Coach- George W. Snider
Home Course- Raccoon Hills and Grantwood

2021 Recap- Overall record 6-6, 3rd place finish SL American Division, 3rd place finish in sectionals-332, 6th place finish in districts-340, Kent Roosevelt Rough Rider A.M. 1st place- Winner-329

Returning Players
Gracyn Vidovic ☆ – 10th
Cameron Custer- 12th
Manisha Girn ☆ – 10th

Potential New Contributors
Meena Kraus- 10th
Anna Blum- 10th

Aurora will look to rebuild in 2022 after a great run the last couple seasons. Coach George Snider has high hopes for his group. “We are primarily a young team but have a fairly solid core and ever growing numbers,” Snider said. Aurora has a large program and their young players have good experience playing against tough competition over the past couple years. Sophomore Gracyn Vidovic will be one of the better players in Northeast Ohio in 2022.


Team- Copley Indians
Coach- Bob Harris
Home Course- Loyal Oak

2021 Recap- 5th place American Division of Suburban League, 14th at Sectionals

Returning Players
Caroline Roush- 11th
Liv Wiley- 11th
Hannah Roush- 10th
Madison Maxwell- 10th

A youthful Copley team is in position to make some strides to exceed expectations in 2022. “We were really young and inexperienced last season,” said Coach Bob Harris. “I’m looking forward to see how much improvement we’ll see from our returning players this year.


Team- Highland Hornets
Coach- Mary Becker
Home Course- Pine Hills
Team Website- https://highlandhornets.net/

2021 Recap- 11-0 in 9 hole matches, 3rd at Canterbury Tournament, 3rd at Sectional Tournament

Returning Players
Isabella Goyette ☆ – 11th
Paige McKendry ☆ – 11th
Kavya Chada ☆ – 11th

Potential New Contributors
Avery Albright- 10th
Kendall Sprutte- 10th
Elizabeth Coleman- 9th
Gabby Withchey- 10th

Highland has had one of the most successful programs in Northeast Ohio since its inception. They are maintaining high goals for this season. “We hope to return to the State Tournament to improve upon last year’s showing,” Becker said. Highland reloads year after year and 2022 doesn’t look to be any different. “Our strength continues to be our depth,” Becker explained.


Team- Kent Roosevelt Rough Riders
Coach- Larry Picicco
Home Course- The Fairways at Twin Lakes
Facebook- Kent Roosevelt Girls Golf @kentgirlsgolf

2021 Recap- 10-2 overall record, League Runner Up, 4th place sectional/district, 10th place State Tournament

Returning Players
Ashlyn Leavery ☆- 10th
Anna Picicco- 11th

Potential New Contributors
Madolyn Kost ☆- 11th
Izzi Wood- 11th
Cassidy Singer- 10th
Adrianna Mineo- 9th

After 11 stellar seasons Coach Bryan Harvey is retiring from his position as head of the Kent Roosevelt Girls Golf program. Harvey is recognized as one of the most successful coaches in Northeast Ohio with 9 state appearances (5 team, 4 individual). He will be replaced by longtime assistant coach Larry Picicco. After graduating 3 outstanding seniors, Kent Roosevelt will be relying on the experience of their younger players. 2 players (Ashlyn Leavery 10th and Anna Picicco 11th) return from last year’s state qualifying team. Coach Picicco described how each of those two players have grown in the program. “Last year as a freshman, Ashlyn gained valuable experience as she played varsity the entire season and played a significant role in our postseason run to the state tournament,” Picicco explained. “Anna gained valuable experience playing in the post season last year as well and I am confident that we will see a great deal of improvement this season.” Kent is very excited to have talented junior Madolyn Kost return to the program. “Maddie has developed into one of the top players in NE Ohio and we are very excited about her return to our team,” Coach Picicco said.


Team- Revere Minutemen
Coach- Tony Ingram
Home Course- Fairlawn Country Club/ Loyal Oak Golf Course

2021 Recap- 13th at Fox Den Sectional

Returning Players
Megan McCauley- 12th
Maddie Hartley- 10th
Saumya Mahajan- 10th
Alexis Zachary- 10th
Ava Sucato- 10th

Rever has a young and growing program. The future looks bright for Coach Tony Ingram. “We anticipate having our biggest freshman class in years,” he said. “I expect our players to be competitive and continue to improve throughout the season.”


Team- Tallmadge Blue Devils
Coach- Scott Campbell

2021 Recap- 11th at Sectionals

Returning Players
Emma Lalley- 12th
Cameron Lantz- 12th
Becca Riter- 10th
Grace Tackett- 10th
Cerafina Currey- 11th
Brooke Davis- 10th
Ava Moore- 10th

Tallmadge is looking to seniors Emma Lalley and Cameron Lantz to lead the team and be quality examples to their younger players as they look to continue to build their program under Coach Scott Campbell.



Team- Brecksville-Broadview Heights Bees
Coach- Nick Palumbo
Home Course- Seneca Golf Course

2021 Recap- 14th at Sectionals

Returning Players
Samantha Stone- 11th
Grace Mihalik- 11th
Cassidy Klodnick- 10th

2022 will be another chance to rebuild for the Bees, who have a young, improving roster mixed with a new head coach, Nick Palumbo, who had previously served as the JV coach. The Bees have a history of getting the most out of their teams and 2022 will give him another opportunity to work that magic.


Team- Hudson Explorers
Coach- Bobby Bolin
Home Course- Ellsworth Meadows
Team Website- https://hudsonexplorersathletics.com/teams/3154516/girls/golf/varsity
2022 Schedule- https://hudsonexplorersathletics.com/teams/3405135/girls/golf/varsity/schedule
Twitter- @hudsongirlsgolf

2021 Recap- 11-0 in 9 hole matches, 3rd at Canterbury Tournament, 3rd at Sectional Tournament

Returning Players
Lindsey Columbia- 12th
Kelly Emmendorfer- 12th
Lizzy Grant ☆ – 12th
Julia Kuss- 12th
Olivia Lindley- 12th
Ellie Davis- 11th
Sherry Du ☆ – 11th
Emmy Burling ☆ – 10th
Julia Van Bokkelen ☆ – 10th

Potential New Contributors
Maddy Bonilla- 11th
Hannah Lee- 10th
Annabel Lindley- 10th
✦McKenna Kiewatt- 9th

2021 was one of the most exciting seasons in Hudson history. The Explorers are hoping to build off that momentum and do even better in 2022 behind a strong group of returning varsity players and several players that have the ability to make the jump and contribute this season. Junior Sherry Du was the Suburban League National Player of the Year in 2021. Sophomore Emmy Burling had a stellar freshman season and has been working to improve over the summer. Senior Lizzy Grant will be the leader of the team and will turn some heads with her play this season. Sophomore Julia Van Bokkelen and Senior Kelly Emmendorfer have put in tons of work in the offseason and look to be two key pieces for the Explorers.


Team- Nordonia Knights
Coach- Greg Harris
Home Course- Ellsworth Meadows
Facebook – Nordonia Lady Knights Golf

2021 Recap- 2nd in Suburban League-National, 2nd in Sectionals to qualify for District, and 10th at District

Returning Players
Christina Nagy ☆ – 12th
Larisa Golembiewski ☆ – 12th
Maci Taylor- 12th
Kenadie Trehan- 12th
Brooke Barnes ☆ – 11th
Julia Gulla ☆ – 10th

Nordonia had their best year in school history in 2021 and are returning their entire varsity roster. Coach Greg Harris also stated that anyone in their program has the potential to be a varsity player. Coach Harris said Nordonia is “looking forward to another fun and successful season in 2022!”


Team- North Royalton Bears
Coach- Don Filips
Home Course- Briarwood Golf Course
2022 Schedule- https://arbiterlive.com/Teams/Schedule/4277757
Twitter- @NRgirlsgolf

2021 Recap- 5th place Suburban National, 7th place Sectional (Fox Den), Lady Rough Rider (Kent) – 4th place season low 367!!!, Midwest Classic (Hoover) – 8th place out of 20 teams, Indy Blue Devil Trny – 14th place out of fierce field of 24 teams from 3 states,

Returning Players
Sydney Frydryk ☆ – 12th
Criss Ann Valenti ☆ – 12th
Liz White- 12th
Maken Shroka- 12th

Potential New Contributors
Mia Whitt- 11th
Mia Weatherbie- 11th
Siddhi Aswani- 11th
Allison Krzywicki- 11th
Samantha Macek- 10th

The Lady Bears return four senior starters from the 2021 team and are expecting fierce competition to fill the remaining spots in the lineup. Senior Sydney Frydryk earned second team All Suburban honors and Criss Ann Valenti garnered honorable mention All Suburban honors. Both Frydryk and Valenti earned honorable mention All District. Liz White, last year’s Newcomer of the Year, could also provide a spark for North Royalton. The Lady Bears feature one of the largest rosters in Northeast Ohio, featuring a school record of over 25 golfers.


Team- Stow-Munroe Falls Bulldogs
Coach- Scotte Rorabaugh
Home Course- Fox Den
Twitter – @stowbulldoggolf
Instagram – stowgirlsgolf

2021 Recap- Sectionals – 3rd, Districts – 13th

Returning Players
McKenzie Ickes ☆ – 12th
Gabriella Berlingieri ☆ – 11th
Anna Hurst- 11th
Julia Leffel-Elliott- 11th
Addison Ades- 11th
Lily Gualtiere- 10th

Potential New Contributors
Olivia Berlingieri ☆ – 9th

With all but one player returning from last year’s District qualifying team, Stow is looking forward to the upcoming season. There are some outstanding girls golf teams in northeast Ohio, so the girls will need to put in the work on their games this summer to be competitive this Fall. Gabby Berlingieri (Jr) missed winning Suburban League National Player of the Year by a single stroke last year, and Coach Scotte Rorabaugh expects her to be one of the top players in the area this season. McKenzie Ickes (Sr) will be Stow’s team leader and looks to finish out her 4-year Varsity career with a strong season. Since the Bulldogs have some depth this year, their other returning players and incoming freshman will have to battle for playing time.


Team- Twinsburg Tigers
Coach- Hannah Mitchell
Home Course- Gleneagles Golf Club
Team Website- https://www.twinsburg.k12.oh.us/GirlsGolf.aspx

2021 Recap- 16th at Sectionals

Returning Players
Lyndsey Stephens ☆ – 12th
Liana Klepec- 10th
Iyana Gramjo- 12th
Hannah Kurt- 11th
Julia Adamoski- 11th
Hannah Anello- 11th
Olivia Witt- 11th
Ava Krouse- 10th

New Twinsburg head coach Hannah Mitchell will have a wide range of players to work with in her first season leading the Tigers. “For my first year as coach, I am looking forward to working with and getting to know all members (new and returning) of the THS Girls Golf team,” said Mitchell. “I am eager to get started on August 1 and look forward to a wonderful and fun season of golf!” She will immediately look to the leadership of senior Lyndsey Stephens, one of the better players in the history of Twinsburg’s golf program. Stephens is a contender to head back to the District tournament in 2022 after making it her sophomore year but missing out in 2021. The Tigers will need to have some of their younger players step up this season.


Team- Wadsworth Grizzlies
Coach- Madison Butler
Home Course- Pine Valley

2021 Recap- 9th at Sectionals

Returning Players
Jaycee Kabasky- 11th
Sydney Aey- 11th
Chloe Cliffel- 11th

Potential New Contributors
Jailynn Loveday- 10th
Elle Baughman
Emma Williams
Natalia Vujas- 9th

The Grizzlies will be without last year’s top four scorers who all graduated, including Arianna Kaser, who had a remarkable 2021 year. The team will also be replacing their head coach after Jonathan Barker moved on to coach at Westfall High School. Young players will be gaining valuable experience and will be under the leadership of new head coach Madison Butler, a recent Cleveland State standout player. “As a new coach, I am looking forward to this experience and to take the things I have learned from playing to help grow the team,” Butler said. “I am very excited for the group of girls that we have this year, and am excited for them to grow as people and players this season.”


Format- Single Round Robin League Play. Preseason Tournament August 9- Pleasant View, Postseason Tournament September 22- Zoar Village GC.
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Team- Canton Central Catholic Crusaders
Coach- John Crane
Home Course- Arrowhead Golf Course
Team Website

2021 Recap- 2021 District Champion, 8th Place in State Division 2

Returning Players
Kristen Belden ☆ – 11th
Sarah Colucy- 11th
Caroline Harold ☆ – 11th

Canton Central Catholic will look to field another strong team this season. They will need to find a fourth score after the graduation of Kaitlin Belden. Coming off a run to the state tournament, the Crusaders will look to get back to Columbus in 2022.


Team- Canton South Wildcats
Coach- David Mullett
Home Course- Spring Valley
Team Website

2021 Recap- 2021 Record 11-6, 4th place finish in the EBC, 6th place finish at DII Sectional @ The Pines Golf Course

Returning Players
Samantha Irwin- 12th
Delaney Kruger- 11th
Erin Foster- 11th

Potential New Contributors
Mia Zellers- 11th
Kailey Morton- 11th
Hailey Franks- 9th
Leah Cramer- 9th

Canton South has had a girls golf team for only six years and were very excited to have their first winning season in 2021. The Wildcats will have a few varsity players to replace this coming fall. They will look to a strong junior class to help them try to advance to Districts. Delaney Kruger, first team All Tri-County and first team All EBC for the last two seasons, had a breakthrough performance at last year’s Sectional tournament and could be the leader this year for the Wildcats. “I expect another tremendous effort from her this year as well,” said coach David Mullett. She will have a great supporting cast this year with Foster and Irwin returning, and the addition of 2 fantastic freshman in Franks and Cramer. Mullett elaborated, “We have never had this much depth, so I am excited to see what we can do this year!”


Team- Fairless Falcons
Coach- Brian Schultz
Home Course- The Elms

Returning Players
Hallie Brothers- 12th
Bri Schumacher- 12th
Kaydee Goff- 11th
Sydney Schmid- 11th

Potential New Contributors
Trinity Miller- 11th
Haley Brewer- 11th
Heaven Mani- 11th
Ella Witting- 10th

Fairless will be balanced with a good mix of returning letter winners and newcomers. “I’m really looking forward to our senior leadership,” stated head coach Brian Schultz.


Team- Louisville Leopards
Coach- Bart Keiser
Home Course- Pleasant View Golf Course

2021 Recap- 9th at Districts

Returning Players
Peyton Biery- 11th
Kylie Wallace- 12th
Anna Myers- 11th
Rachel Devins- 12th
Isabelle Tack- 10th

Potential New Contributors
Natalie Warner- 9th

It will be a complete reload for the Louisville Leopards under new head coach Bart Keiser. Louisville lost five very decorated seniors who took the team to Columbus in 2020 and the District tournament last year amidst winning their division. That baton will now fall in the hands of returning letter winners Peyton Biery and Kylie Wallace, looking to continue the success the program has built. Freshman Natalie Warner will also be competing for playing time and could make an impact on the program.


Team- Massillon Tigers
Coach- Justin Van Dyke
Home Course- The Legends of Massillon
Team Website
2022 Schedule
Twitter- @MTigerGGolf

2021 Recap- League (12-4), 3rd in Conference, Overall (14-5)

Returning Players
Payton Findley- 12th
Katie Hout- 11th
Hannah DelVecchio- 11th
Francesca Hatheway- 10th

Potential New Contributors
Grace Brown- 11th
Alexandria Frey- 10th
Alexiana Blaylock- 10th
Alliah Evans- 10th
Mallory Findley- 10th
Addison Smith- 9th
Hanna Farris- 9th
Luciana Rastetter- 9th

Coach Justin Van Dyke is very optimistic about the Tigers’ growth as a team. “Our team has a promising future with a hard working mentality,” Van Dyke stated. Massillon brings back some talent with a lot of potential contributors coming up.


Team- Northwest Indians
Coach- Laura Traganza
Home Course- Lyon’s Den

2021 Recap- 0-7 in league play

Returning Players
Jessica Cliff- 12th
Laura Caniglia- 12th
Bella Ortega- 11th
Anna Everhart- 11th
Sadie Villers- 10th
Lacey Bibbee- 10th

Potential New Contributors
Hannah Huston- 9th

Head coach Laura Traganza talks a little about her team’s philosophy and the similarities between golf and life: “Attitude and mindset on the course, is just as important as your attitude and mindset off the course. The decisions you make will dictate the life you lead. Choose well!”


Format- Double Round Robin League Play. Preseason Tournament, Postseason Tournament September 22nd- Erie Shores.
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Team- Chardon Hilltoppers
Coach- Chad Murawski

2021 Recap- 12th at Sectionals

Returning Players
Jocelyn Gaggiani- 11th
Julia Gehrke- 11th
Faith Kilfoyle- 12th
Chloe Brewster- 12th
Gabby Walland- 10th
Abigail Whitehead- 11th

Chardon may not be able to replace Lyndsie Sharp, their top player from 2021, but they will present a team that has some depth and experience to try to contend in the WRC this fall.


Team- Eastlake North Rangers
Coach- Royal Brettrager
Home Course- Lost Nation

2021 Recap- Lauren Iannetta & Aubrey Durand placed top 10 in the WRC

Returning Players
Lauren Iannetta- 10th
Aubrey Durand- 12th
Jenna Berardinelli- 11th
Johanna Spicuzza- 12th
Jessica Crane- 12th

The Rangers will look to the leadership of sophomore Lauren Ianetta and senior Aubrey Durand to help build up the younger players.


Team- Kenston Bombers
Coach- Kip Freeman

2021 Recap- 7th at Sectionals

Returning Players
Emma Gilbert- 12th
Caroline Beeman- 12th
Samantha Bergansky- 12th
Annika Tutzer- 11th

Kenston has a very deep program led by several seniors looking to make a run at winning the WRC.


Team- Madison Blue Streaks
Coach- Brain Titman

2021 Recap- DNS at Sectionals

Returning Players
Maddy Ebersbach- 12th
Jocelyn Bancroft- 10th
Ciara Wunsch- 12th

The Blue Streaks are working to build toward competing for a conference championship. Their seniors Maddy Ebersbach and Ciara Wunsch will be looking to lead the team on a path to improvement.


Team- Mayfield Wildcats
Coach- Geoff Grim
Home Course- Highland

2021 Recap- 12th at Sectionals

Returning Players
Jillian Gambino- 12th
Natalie Purgar- 12th
Jackie Lonsway- 12th
Chloe Delisio- 12th
Mackenzie Conley- 10th

A senior dominated team led by Jillian Gambino, the Wildcats look to have a solid foundation to build on in 2022.


Team- Willoughby South Rebels
Coach- Paul Sura

2021 Recap- 17th at Sectionals

Returning Players
Caeli DiFranco- 12th
Michaela Nocera- 10th
Mariah Cesa- 10th
Kara Laird- 10th

South will look to use 2022 as a year to gain experience. They have a very young team with a good amount of potential.


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Team- Bristol Panthers
Coach- Kyle Quinn

2021 Recap- 15th at Sectionals

Returning Players
Addison Williams- 10th
Samantha Mansfield- 10th
Sydnee Vondrasek- 10th

Bristol will have one of the youngest teams in the area, but all three of their sophomores will have varsity golf experience. If the Panthers can fill their roster, they will be a team to watch out for this season and in the future.


Team- Chippewa Chipps
Coach- Jason Egli

2021 Recap- 14th at Sectionals

Returning Players
Grace Kirkhart- 11th
Olive Armbrust- 11th
Kaidence Funk- 12th
Abigail Robinson- 10th

Chippewa’s four returning players will look to progress from their 2021 season. The team has a foundation to build on.


Team- Columbiana Clippers
Coach- Chad Moreschi
Home Course- Valley G.C. / Salem Hills G.C.

2021 Recap- 15-1. Sectional Runner up. 10th place Districts

Returning Players
Katrina Patrick- 12th
Averi Mazei- 12th
Isabella Travis- 12th
Michaela Pinciaro- 12th
Ellie Jackson- 10th
Annika Patrick- 10th
Hailey Muntean- 10th

Potential New Contributors
Sydney Spaite- 9th

Columbiana has high expectations going into 2022. “We have a very strong returning Senior class with 3 very talented Sophomores,” said Coach Chad Moreschi. “We expect to be as, if not more competitive than last year’s District team.”


Team- CVCA Royals
Coach- Adam Armstrong
Home Course- Fox Den

Returning Players
Elise Gorsuch- 12th
Mary Sboray- 12th
Morgan Joy- 11th
Renee Allen- 10th
Rachel Weygandt- 10th

CVCA’s returning players will be equipped to progress through the 2022 season under Head Coach Adam Armstrong. “After having a large number of new players last year, we are hoping to see the growth with numerous returners this year,” Armstrong said. The Royals will play a non-conference schedule against a diverse group of teams in the Northeast District. “Since we have no league golf we are always looking for matches,” Armstrong added.


Team- East Palestine Bulldogs
Coach- Stephen Bycroft

2021 Recap- 9th at Sectionals

Returning Players
Addison Bycroft ☆ – 11th
Lainy Boso- 11th
Claire Evans- 11th
Laredo Cienik- 12th

Returning all four players from last year’s tournament squad, East Palestine has a chance to be a much improved team. Junior Addison Bycroft is a solid player who has a legitimate chance to make Districts next year.


Team- Elyria Catholic Panthers
Coach- Rick Montgomery

Returning Players
Isabella Barb- 11th

Elyria Catholic will be restarting their girls program with the hopes of building a competing team in the near future.


Team- Fairview Warriors
Coach- Jesse Gross
Home Course- Little Met and Big Met

Returning Players
Hailey Moltz- 12th

Fairview will be fielding a girls golf team for the first time since 2009. The Warriors are excited to be able to compete and grow the program.


Team- Firestone Falcons
Coach- John Bozeka
Home Course- Mud Run
2022 Schedule
Twitter- @FHSGirls_Golf

2021 Recap- 9-14 record, finished the 15th at Sectionals last year, shot 419 as a team. Team low in a dual match was 186.

Returning Players
Alexandria Vardon ☆ – 11th
Sienna Sneed- 11th
Abbie Pantea- 10th
Xyia West- 10th

Potential New Contributors
Elise Dunbar- 11th
Addison Sendelbach- 10th
Paige Swaney- 10th
Libby Williams- 10th
Tabitha Christman- 9th

The Firestone Lady Falcons are coming off 9-14 season. One of their goals this year is to improve on that mark. The second half of last season was highlighted by a win over Hoban and a solid finish at sectionals.

The team is led by their excellent junior Alexandria Vardon, who was named team MVP last season. Second year coach John Bozeka explained the impact Vardon has on the team. “She continues to improve each and every day, she is certain to challenge for a spot at districts this season.” Also returning is junior Sienna Sneed, a steadying force for the young Falcons. Sneed has grown to become a leader for the team, along with Vardon. She is poised for a breakout season this year. Vardon and Sneed are the team captains for 2022 version of the Falcons.

The other two varsity returners are sophomores Abbie Pantea and Xyia West. Pantea is an extremely consistent player. “She will undoubtedly be a factor for the Falcons this season,” said Bozeka. West is a 2-sport standout, placing 1st in the Akron City Series girls shot put this past year as a freshman. West and Pantea are key pieces for the Falcons this year, both are starting to come into their own as players.

The Falcons also have depth this season, junior Elise Dunbar and sophomores Addison Sendelbach and Paige Swaney provide a lot of depth for the team this season. Sendelbach, Swaney and Dunbar all came on strong towards the end of last season. Coach Bozeka also welcomes sophomore Libby Williams & freshman Tabitha Christman as newcomers this season. The program continues to take steps towards building consistency and coach Bozeka expects this year to be a huge step for the team. He is excited about the potential of his team and is proud of their continued dedication to the sport.


Team- Gilmour Lancers
Coach- John Malloy
Home Course- Airport Greens
Team Website
Twitter- @ga_girlsgolf
Athletics Twitter- @galancerad

2021 Recap- 10th at Sectionals

Returning Players
Gia Parker- 12th
Julia Morgan- 11th

Six seniors graduated after last season for Gilmour Academy, leaving their program with only two returning players. The team will be in the hands of Gia Parker and Julia Morgan along with any new players or incoming freshmen. “Our returners are excited for the new season and our new players are looking forward to the challenge of Varsity golf,” said coach John Malloy.


Team- Hathaway Brown Blazers
Coach- Ron Jones
Home Course- Shaker Heights Country Club
Team Website
Twitter- @HBAthletics
Instagram- @hathawaybrowngolf
School Instagram- @HBAthletics

2021 Recap- 2021 Match play: 6-2, 2021 tournament finishes: 1st place, 2nd place, 4th place, Sectional Finish: 1st place (325 score), District Finish: 11th place (355 score)

Returning Players
Kandace Kellon ☆ – 12th
Claire Hickey ☆ – 12th
Christine Kim ☆ – 11th
Dixon Hill ☆ – 10th
Blake Cody- 10th

Potential New Contributors
Eesha Talasila- 12th
Hannah Weinberger- 10th

After the emergence of Dixon HIll as one of the area’s best players, Hathaway Brown is poised for a terrific season.


Team- Archbishop Hoban Knights
Coach- Theresa Schock
Home Course- Firestone 9 Public Golf Course
Team Website
Twitter- @hobangirlsgolf

2021 Recap- Season Record: 3-8

Returning Players
Sofia Miklic- 11th
Lane Shannon- 11th
Sammi Hessel- 11th
Annie Fuhrer- 11th

Hoban Girls Golf will be leaning on the play and leadership of our returning letterwinners in the junior class, led by two-year letterwinner Sofia Miklic. “From day one, Sofia has been contributing to the varsity program through consistent play and low scores, including 9-hole and 18-hole personal bests in 2021,” explained Coach Theresa Schock. In 2022, Hoban will be depending on more of that steady play from Sofia and hoping for continued lowering of her personal best scores. Other returning letterwinners in the junior class are Sammi Hessel and Lane Shannon, who both joined the golf program last year as sophomores. “Sammi’s hard work and always questioning attitude helped form her into an everyday varsity player by midseason,” Schock said. “Lane was a two-sport athlete in the fall, also participating in the Hoban Girls Soccer program, and used her athletic ability and unflappable attitude to earn a varsity spot out of the gate. We look to Sammi and Lane to continue to lead by example, joining Sofia as the leaders of our 2022 Girls Golf program.”


Team- Laurel Gators
Coach- Marti Hardy
Home Course- Canterbury and Manakiki
Team Website

2021 Recap- 8th at the District Tournament

Returning Players
Siena Maschke ☆ – 11th
Jade Gladue- 11th
Liliana Embrescia- 11th

Potential New Contrubutors
Delaney Nowak- 10th
Juliette DiSalvo- 9th
Chloe Johnson- 9th
Elizabeth Weingart- 9th
Claire Leland- 9th
Brooke Barragate- 9th
Maya Ionna- 10th

Laurel has produced some outstanding players over the years, including 2020 graduate Jami Morris. The newest star Gator is junior Siena Maschke. “Siena continues to groom her game and should carry her motivation and skills into the 2022 season,” said veteran coach Marti Hardy. The Gators return a total of three players from last year’s team. Hardy continued, “We are a young team with mostly new 9th graders and no seniors. We are hoping our juniors use their leadership skills to motivate the underclass women to practice and play as much golf as possible this summer so they will be able to compete in August.” The Gators have a good chance to make another run toward Districts in 2022 and Maschke has all the tools to make it to the State Tournament..


Team- Magnificat Blue Streaks
Coach- Gina Battistone
Home Course- Avon Oaks Country Club
Team Website
2022 Schedule

2021 Recap- Team average – 321.1, Sectional Tournament – 1st place – Score 303, District Tournament – 1st place – Score 318, State Tournament – 6th place – Scores 313, 312, NEOISGGL Conference Champions – Score 316,

Returning Players
Isabella Paez- 12th
Cara Heisterkamp ☆ – 11th
Ella Baird ☆ – 11th
Cammy Reed ☆ – 10th
Maureen O’Leary ☆ – 10th
Avery Paez- 10th

Potential New Contributors
Claire Liu- 9th
Kristina Chill- 9th

Magnificat will be returning one of the best teams in the state and look to make a lasting run, as all of their top players have at least one more season beyond this one.


Team- Pymatuning Valley Lakers
Coach- Jeff Compan

2021 Recap- 11th at Sectionals

Returning Players
Emily Blanford- 11th
Mya Skarlinsky- 11th
Ruby Beck- 11th
Taylor Welsh- 10th
Katelyn Blanford- 11th

The Lakers of Pymatuning Valley competed in the OHSAA tournaments with one of the youngest teams in Division 2. The experience gained will be an invaluable resource for a team that will still have its core for two more seasons.


Team- St. Joseph Jaguars
Coach- Maureen Adler
Home Course- Big Met
Team Website
Twitter- @SJAathletics

2021 Recap- Solid performance by all 5 golfers allowed us to advance out of sectionals to districts

Returning Players
Gianni Reginelli ☆ – 10th
Devon Maxwell ☆ – 12th
Margaret Dalton- 12th
Hannah Caruso- 12th
Caroline Neitzel- 11th

St. Joe’s came out of nowhere to qualify for the District Tournament in 2021. They return their whole squad in 2022 and may be able to make even more noise in tournament season. “With 5 returning varsity golfers and JV and incoming freshman showing good potential, I am excited to see this next season unfold,” said Coach Maureen Adler. “There is a great positive energy that has carried over from last season.” Coach Adler is very pleased with how her team is working to improve this offseason. “Many of last year’s team have shared what they have been doing to improve their games since last year. Some have realized that golf requires practice and play throughout the year. This should help us pick right up with things come August.” The program depth could also help the Jaguars. “Girls who love golf on the JV team and entering as freshman will make competition for the varsity spots an ongoing thing throughout the season,” said Coach Adler.


Team- St. Vincent-St. Mary Irish
Coach- Dirk Hartman
Home Course- Mud Run Golf Course
Instagram- @stvmgirlsgolf

2021 Recap- 14-0 Match record. Winner of the Flo Barr Invite, 4th place finish in Sectionals, 5th place finish in Districts. 2nd place finish Lady Spartan Invite

Returning Players
Raygan Hoover ☆ – 11th
Reese Latta ☆ – 11th
Mia Ross- 11th
Lola Reynolds- 12th

Potential New Contributors
Caitrin Coyle- 9th
Rylee Hoover- 9th

The Irish will be returning four of their five top players from 2021 and will look to return to the District tournament and potentially to the state tournament. Junior Raygan Hoover is an exceptional talent and fellow junior Reese Latta will also be a key contributor for another exciting season in Akron. “Raygan Hoover should have another strong year as our Captain,” said Coach Dirk Hartman. “Look for our two incoming freshmen to make an instant impact.” Coach Hartman is looking forward to another potential trip to Columbus.


Team- Ursuline Fighting Irish
Coach- Matt Morgan

2021 Recap- 9th at District Tournament

Returning Players
Daniella Patrone ☆ – 12th
Madalyn Rauzan- 12th
Josie Bishara- 11th
Johnna Shaw- 12th
Serena Grenga- 12th
Gia Schiavone- 11th

Ursuline qualified for Districts in 2021 and is returning a good amount of scoring players from that run. They will have their sights set higher in 2022.