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Final Numbers From the Pioneer Invitational

Team scores:

Westlake 307,

Strongsville 312,

Avon 328,

Elyria Catholic 330,

Olmsted Falls 333,

Bay 343,

Firelands 348,

Keystone 348,

Midview 362,

Elyria 363,

North Olmsted 365,

North Ridgeville 370,

Wellington 376,

Buckeye 381.

Medalist: Matt Nimsuwan, Strongsville, 74

Top Individuals: Matt Romansky, Westlake, 76; R.J. Zanotti, Westlake, 76; Ryan Malloy, Westlake, 76; Jack Gerborg, Avon 76, Andy Lewis, Midview, 77; Kyle Mahaffey, Elyria Catholic 77; Michael Lee, Strongsville 78; Jake Jeske, Strongsville, 79.

Westlake (307): Matt Romansky 76, Will Fankhauser 80, Sean Ambrosino 84, Luke Vulku 79, Ryan Malloy 76, R.J. Zanotti 76.

Strongsville (312): Matt Nimsuwan 74, Michael Lee 78, Cameron Muteleski 81, Jake Jeske 79, Corey Malloy 83, Thomas Powers 89.

Avon (328): Cade Grant 85, Jack Gerborg 76, Nolan King 85, Matt Granitto 88, Adam Haemerle 91.

Elyria Catholic (330): Kyle Mahaffey 77, Josh Wells 88, Nick Urbaczewski 80, Alex Brown 99, Will Muzilla 85, Dylan Burbank 330.

Olmsted Falls (333): Mally Kilbane 84, Ryan Higginbotham 81, Gavin Dietrich 89, Michael Fritz 84. Nick Mills 84, John Rini 88.

Bay (343): Luke Fortunato 86, Jack Nageotte 86, Eddie Papp 88, Grant Cooper 83, Garrett Butler 89, John Perrine 94.

Firelands (348): Carter Grude 80, Jackson Talbot 87, Austin Urban 89, Aaron Urban 94, Jaco Newman 97, Beau Grude 92.

Keystone (348): Joseph Gaughan 89, Bryan Sayers 83, Ian Morgan 89, Jake Morgan 87, Rocky Houston 100, Kyler Yusko 94.

Midview (362): Andy Lewis 77, Chase English 84, Michael Ebosh 95, Nathan Lisicky 106, Dan Heuler 110.

Elyria (363): Ryan Streator 101, Eric Sito 87, Philip Mercado 89, Colin Weekley 94, Kyle Kasubienski 94, Franco Trentadue 93.

North Olmsted (365): Matt Olah 85, Travis Vitaz 96, Ethan Kramer 91, Sean Whalen 93, Riley Vertosnik 100, Justin Christ 103.

North Ridgeville (370): Alec Matej 81, Andrew Bogner 95, Greg Codner 98, Jackson Dienes 103, Ethan Hermensky 100, Joe Conroy 96.

Wellington (376): Jordan McKee 94, Luke Tanderich 109, Will Palmison 88, Wyatt Sasack 100, Eric Benko 94, Lilli Kelley 115.

Buckeye (381): Tony Vannello 79, Dylan Bogus 102, Christian Ray 96, Preston Dimarco 104, Will Reagan 125.

Vince McKee is a growing force in the sports literary world. He has written seven books on Cleveland Sports. They have all helped to build his credibility as a top-notch chronicler of the impact of Ohio sports. Vince has done freelance work as the MMA correspondent for InscriberMag: Digital Magazine as well as a Beat Reporter for the Cleveland Plain Dealer & The Medina Gazette. His work has been featured on Drennan Live, SLAM Magazine, The Magic 105.7 Morning show, ESPN radio and over 25 local papers, tv stations and radio programs. Despite his personal connection with Bill Belichick, one of the worst moments of Vince’s young life was watching his beloved Browns leave town only weeks after the Indians lost the World Series in 1995. Vince is a life long Cleveland sports fan and enjoys spending lots of time with his wife Emily and daughter Maggie.

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