JJHuddle’s Ohio Boys Golf Honor Roll: Bucknuts Weekly Player & Team of the Week Award Nominees


Bucknuts & JJHuddle Ohio HS Weekly Awards

This fall we are pleased to announce that JJHuddle and Bucknuts have partnered together to award weekly player and team of the week honors in girls golf, boys golf, boys soccer, girls soccer, volleyball, boys cross country, girls cross country and girls tennis.

Each week (regular and postseason) during the fall sports seasons, we will hold a fan-generated contest on JJHuddle to tab a weekly Team and Player of the Week in each sport. Each weekly winner will receive a personalized award from JJHuddle and Bucknuts.

How it works?
A thread soliciting nominations will be posted/stuck in each sports JJHuddle Forum each week. Fans will then nominate top performances. We will announce the weekly finalists (up to 10) on JJHuddle every Monday and voting will be conducted in a special JJHuddle forum. Voting will cease at noon on Friday, after which the winners will be announced.

Vote Now on this week’s nominess…



Alex Wright, Claymont (VOTE)
Shot a 78 to help the Mustangs capture their second straight ECOL Gray Division title and the overall ECOL championship. Was named the ECOL’s POY.

Mitchell Lehigh, Indian Valley (VOTE)
Principals Athletic Conference POY earned medalist honors at the 25-team Coshocton Eastern District Open Tournament at River Greens GC.

Britton Hensel, Kenton (VOTE)
Shot a 1-under-par 69 to earn medalist honors at the WBL Tournament at Willow Bend CC.

Sam Petty, Belpre (VOTE)
Shot 75 to earn medalist honors at the Zane Trace Invitational at the Jaycees GC in Chillicothe.

Will Kurtz, Hudson (VOTE)
Sophomore shot a two-day total of 150 to win medalist honors at the 10th annual Kiely Cup by a stroke over Columbus Wellington’s Justin Perdue and Gilmour Academy’s Justin Hollis.

Sean Eslick, CHCA (VOTE)
Shot a three-under-par 33 to earn medalist honors in a tri-match with Maderia and Mariemont at Kings Island.

Joey LeSueur, Trinity (VOTE)
Shot the lowest score by a Trojan golfer in three years when he carded a 35 to earn medalist honors at a dual match with Hawken.

Eddie Pearce, Mogadore (VOTE)
Shot a 76 to earn medalist honors at the PTC County Division Tournament at Sable Creek GC.

Bryce Gorrell, Hopewell-Loudon (VOTE)
Shot a 76 at Country Acres GC to earn medalist honors at the BVC Postseason Tournament.

Ryan Niese, Rossford (VOTE)
Named the Northern Buckeye Conference POY. Had a 36.1 stroke average in NBC matches.


Johnny Diehm, Seneca East
Earned co-medalist honors at the inaugural Northern 10 Conference tournament by firing an 80 at Valley View GC.

Jack Mancinotti, Toledo St. John’s
Shot a 68 to earn medalist honors at the Irish Invitational at Bowling Green’s Stoneridge GC.

Bryce Walters, Bloom-Carroll
Junior fired a career-best three-under-par 69 to win medalist honors at the MSL-Buckeye Division golf tournament at Westchester GC. It’s is third tourney title of the season.

Chet Margraf, Mohawk
Earned co-medalist honors at the inaugural Northern 10 Conference tournament by firing an 80 at Valley View GC.

Mark Schlabach, Berlin Hiland
Shot a 74 to earn medalist honors at the IVC Postseason Tournament at Great Trail GC.

John Carlisle, Johnstown-Monroe
Shot a one-under-par 71 at Longaberger GC to win medalist honors by a stroke at the Licking County League Postseason Tournament.

Jeff Britton, CVCA
Shot a 72 at The Legends GC to earn medalist honors at the PAC-7 postseason Tournament.

Mike Kenney & Nick Mandalari, Kent Roosevelt
Teammates both shot a 71 at Sable Creek GC to tie for medalist honors at the PTC Metro Division Tournament. The rounds also tied the PTC Metro Tourney record.


Kenton (VOTE)
The Wildcats shot a 317 at Willow Bend CC to win its first WBL Tournament Championship since 1993.

Unioto (VOTE)
Shermans clinched their sixth straight Scioto Valley Conference title by winning the eighth and final conference match at Pickaway CC.

John Glenn (VOTE)
The Muskies won the 25-team Coshocton Eastern District Open Tournament at River Greens GC with a seven-stoke victory (314-321) over runner-up Garaway.

Claymont (VOTE)
The Mustangs won the ECOL Gray Division title for the second straight season and the over ECOL title by shooting a 317 at River Greens GC. Meadowbrook finished second 17 strokes behind.

Johnstown-Monroe (VOTE)
The Johnnies set a school record (296) en route to repeating as Licking County League Postseason Tournament at Longaberger GC. Johnstown had four of the Top 7 placers. The previous school record of 299 was set in 2006.

Moeller (VOTE)
The Crusaders shot 615 to win the 15-team Kiely Cup held at Canterbury GC. St. Ignatius was second (628).

Mohawk (VOTE)
The Warriors won the first ever Northern 10 Conference title by shooting a 340 at Valley View GC to win the N10 golf tournament and overall conference title. Getting nine points with the tourney win, Mohawk made up four points in the standings and beat runners-up Buckeye Central and Upper Sandusky by four points.

Painesville Riverside (VOTE)
The Beavers won the Premier Athletic Conference Tournament by 45 strokes at Quail Hollow.

Toledo St. John’s (VOTE)
The Titans won the 12-team Irish Invitational at Bowling Green’s Stoneridge GC by shooting 295.

Van Buren (VOTE)
The Black Knights beat Liberty-Benton by two strokes to win the BVC Postseason Tournament title at Country Acres GC and force a tie atop the final league standings with the Eagles. It is Van Buren’s eighth straight league title.


The Bulldogs shot their second straight sub-300 score (293) to unseat three-time defending champion Teays Valley and win the MSL-Buckeye Division golf tournament title by 14 strokes at Westchester GC.

Port Clinton
The Redskins shot 339 at Maumee bay State Park to win the Ottawa County Tournament by 35 strokes.

The Pirates shot 316 to win the IVC Postseason Tournament at Great Trail GC.

The Royals shot a 309 to win the Principals Athletic Conference Postseason Tournament by 21 strokes over runner-up Indian Valley at The Legends GC.

Kent Roosevelt
The Rough Riders broke their own PTC Metro Division Tournament record by 11 strokes with a score of 294 at Sable Creek GC.

The Bulldogs shot 312 to win the Northern Buckeye Conference championship held at Green Hills GC. Rossford won by 30 strokes over runner-up Genoa. Rossford also won the overall NBC title with 48 points, while Woodmore was second with 37.

Lehman Catholic
The cavaliers won the NWCC Postseason Tournament with a 22-stroke victory over runner-up Temple Christian.

The Lumberjacks won the SWBL Southwest Division title with a 310-316 win over runner-up Bellbrook.

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