The Bryan boys golf staff was third by 18 holes of motion on Friday on the Division II boys golf state championships at NorthStar Golf Membership in Sunbury whereas Kalida was sixth within the staff standings in Division III on the Ohio State College Scarlet Course.Within the Division II ladies state meet on the OSU Grey Course, Hicksville junior Kenzie Schroeder shot an 80 to tie for thirteenth finest within the particular person scoring listing. Ayersville sophomore Autumn Osborne shot a 92 in her first style of state match motion.Schroeder’s spherical noticed a bogey and two double-bogeys on the entrance 9 earlier than ending plus-five on the again 9. With a second spherical but to play Saturday, Schroeder is effectively inside shouting distance of a top-eight end with eighth-place Samantha Turk of Cleveland Villa Angela-St. Joseph simply three pictures forward.Within the boys D-II meet, Bryan junior Drew Dauber led the best way with a four-over 76, tallying two birdies in a front-nine 34 earlier than a quadruple-bogey on the twelfth gap sidelined the spherical. Nathan Hess shot an 81 for the Golden Bears whereas Noah Huard and Carter Brown shot 84 and 93, respectively. Fifth-man Colin Shirkey birdied the primary gap in a 96 for the Bears, which shot 334 as a staff, 40 pictures again of chief Kettering Alter and tied with Carrollton and Cincinnati Wyoming for third.In Division III, Archbold junior Luke Rosebrook shot 83 in his first state match spherical, capturing a strong 39 on the entrance 9 earlier than a plus-nine 44 on the again 9. Kalida’s first day of motion noticed its high 4 scorers shoot between 81 and 90 because the Wildcats had been sixth by 18 holes, 9 pictures again of fifth-place Cincinnati Seven Hills and 27 again of main Berlin Hiland.Ryan Klausing’s 81 led the cost for the Wildcats with Justin Siebeneck capturing 82, Connor Nartker 84 and Ethan Warnecke a 90. All 4 scoring golfers recorded one birdie in every of their rounds.Motion will resume in any respect three programs Saturday morning starting at 9 a.m.