We are currently experiencing a technical issue with the posting of the boys GMC golf all-conference team. We anticipate this software issue to be resolved in a short period of time. We appreciate your patience and understanding.
Stu Eversole has recently been named to replace Interim Jay McDaniel. Stu has enjoyed a rich history with the conference and is excited to assume this new responsibility in November.
The GMC has adopted a drone policy. After a rash of crashes around the country that could have potentially injured spectators, the conference felt it was in the best interest of safety to adopt the following policy:
Drones (Unmanned Aerial Vehicles)The use of drones is prohibited for any purpose by any persons at OHSAA or GMC events. School officials shall remove anyone attempting to use a drone and/or confiscate the drone until the event has been completed. An exception to this policy may be made in specific cases, provided the school officials permit the presence of drones.
23rd GMC Girls Championship Golf Tournament --
Mason won this year's GMC Championship tournament by four strokes over Sycamore. This marks the fourth consecutive year that Mason and Sycamore have finished 1-2 and the fifth year that these two have nailed down the top two spots. The Comets winning score of 673 was four better than the Aves.
Sycamore Senior, Kellen Alsip successfully defended her individual championship title. Alsip earned medalist honors with a 36 hole total of eight over par, 152, and had the tournament's low score on both days.
Lakota West Freshman, Natalia Sompolvorachi, had the lowest score and the second lowest finish ever recorded by a freshman in the 23 year history of the Greater Miami Conference Championship tournament. Carling Coffing, Middletown, finished 1st with a score of 158 fifteen years ago (2000). Sompolvorachi matched Coffings record score while finishing second overall in this years tournament.
36th GMC Boys Championship Golf Tournament --
Lakota East successfully defended their GMC tournament championship, edging out Mason by 3 strokes, 615-618. Last year the Thunderhawks finished 4 strokes ahead of Mason.
Will Schmidt (Lakota East) won the tournaments medalist honors with a two round total of 147, edging out his Thunderhawk teammate and the tournaments defending champion, Zach Tenerowicz by four strokes. Tied in second place with Tenerowicz was Wood (Mason).
This was the sixth GMC championship for Lakota East head coach Jeff Combs and moves Combs into a tie with retired Lakota and Lakota West coach Jack Buhi for the most championship titles won. Combs previous championship years were 2006, 2007, 2010, 2011, and 2014.
Complete results, all conference teams, all sports trophy points, and coach of the year will be posted Monday afternoon.
The GMC tennis tournament was won by Mason this year. Last year's champion Sycamore finished in second place. Look for the tournament to return to Princeton's new courts next season. Complete results are now posted.