Tri-Valley Boys Varsity Golf

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State Bound! Tri-Valley golf team headed to OHSAA State Tourney after District title win

by Gregg Meadows For just the second time in school history, the Tri-Valley golf team is headed to the holy grail of high school golf in the Buckeye State –  the Ohio High School Athletic Association State Golf Tournament. Tuesday afternoon at the D-I, East-Southeast District Tournament at Eaglesticks Golf Course in South Zanesville, Coach

Scottie golfers get win on Senior Night

Coach Aron Dotson’s Tri-Valley boys golf team picked up a win Tuesday night on their home Vista Golf Course, defeating the visiting Meadowbrook Colts 159-177. Scottie senior Braden Smith picked up medalist honors for the Dawgs, firing a solid two-over-par score of 37 on the back nine at Vista. Just a stroke behind Braden was

Scottie golfers off to good start with share of MVL lead

While most TVHS fall sports teams are just getting their respective 2020 seasons underway, the Scottie boys and girls golf teams have been hitting the links since the first week of August. Coach Aron Dotson’s TV boys golf squad has enjoyed a solid start to their season, competing in several multi-team invites and numerous tri-matches

Scottie golfers one step away from State Tourney, after runner-up spot at Sectionals; TV’s Drew Johnson earns tournament medalist honors

Coach Aron Dotson’s Tri-Valley golf team is just a step away from qualifying for the state golf tournament, after Monday’s runnerup performance at the OHSAA D-I Sectional Tournament, held at the Cambridge Country Club. Three teams advanced to next Tuesday’s District Tournament, to be held in South Zanesville at EachleSticks golf course, where just one

Scottie linksters tune for upcoming MVL golf tournament with Maysville win

Coach Aron Dotson’s Tri-Valley golf team tuned up for this Friday’s (Sep. 20) regular season ending – and title-deciding – MVL golf tournament with a 153-198 conference win Tuesday night over host Maysville, on the Panther’s home EagleSticks course. Scottie senior Jack Lyall led the way for the winners over Maysville, with a standout one-over-par

Scottie golf team tied atop MVL with defending champ John Glenn

The Tri-Valley boys golf team has had a busy first half of the season, evidenced by their August action on the links. (Unique to the normal prep fall sports schedules – whose respective season openers coincide with the beginning of the school year – boys and girls high school golf teams play a good portion