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The Times Recorder from Zanesville, Ohio • D1

Zanesville, Ohio
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Times Recorder SUNDAY, MAY 14, 2023 1D SPORTS NEWTON TOWNSHIP There were plenty of school records broken and stellar performances during the Musk- ingum Valley League Track and Field Championships, which were held on Wednesday and Friday at the Maysville Athletic Complex. Aidan Mahon and Beckett Strong were the top boys and girls scorer for the event. Mahon placed in the long jump (21-2) and second in the 400 and high jump, while Strong won the 100 (12.72) and 400 (league rec- ord time of 58.15), came in second in the 200 and was on the 4x400 relay The John Glenn and Meadowbrook girls and River View and Meadowbrook boys were the MVL Divi- sion champions. The Muskie girls had 170.33 points with Sheridan second overall 107.5 fol- lowed by the 67. Philo had 56.33, Tri-Valley 44.5, Morgan 41, River View 38.33, West Muskingum 31, Crooksville 24, New Lexington 19, Coshocton 16 and Maysville 8.

The Black Bears totaled 103 points to edge the 94 for the Big School title, while the Colts had 72, the Gener- als 71, the Tornadoes 62, the Scotties 58, the Electrics 46, Maysville 32, the Red- skins 24, the Raiders 23.5, the Ceramics MUSKINGUM VALLEY LEAGUE TRACK AND FIELD CHAMPIONSHIPS Sammy Scott, left, River Jamal Watts, West Rashid Sesay and Aidan Mahon run the 200 during the Muskingum Valley League Track and Field Meet on Friday at the Maysville Athletic Complex. Kyle Campbell injured his hamstring in the race and was unable to the race under his own power. PHTOS BY SAM RECORDER Strong and Mahon earn scoring titles Beckett Strong sprints down the backstretch for the win in the 4x400 relay during the Muskingum Valley League Track and Field Meet on Friday at the Maysville Athletic Complex. See TRACK, Page 3D RV boys, JG girls, Colt boys, girls win division titles Brandon Hannahs Zanesville Times Recorder USA TODAY NETWORK McCONNELSVILLE Seth RBI single and Mason bases- loaded walk with two outs in the fourth inning provided the for Morgan in a 2-1 win over Trimble on Senior Night Friday. The Tomcats plated a run in the top of the fourth before the Raiders an- swered with those two runs in the home half.

Winning pitcher Nate Silvus and Jude Hager, who earned the save, made it stand. Silvus struck out six and scat- tered hits over 5 innings and Hager allowed one hit and fanned one in 1 innings of relief. Wade Pauley had two of six hits. Rosecrans 6, Fisher Catholic 2: Weston Hartman doubled with a RBI and combined with Hayden Perdue on a two-hitter, as the Bishops downed the Irish. Hartman allowed one run on one hit and fanned seven in innings for the victory in a game that was suspended earlier this season.

Perdue, who started the original game, had three strikeouts and one hit allowed in two innings. Nick Bernath added two hits and a run scored, Coen doubled with a run scored and Mikey Burkhart also knocked in a run for the winners. John Glenn 17, Buckeye Trail 7: Colt Emerson went 3-for-4 with a home run, a triple, a double, four RBIs and four runs scored as the ex- ploded against the Warriors. Aaron Johnson added a 4-of-5 with three RBIs and four runs scored and Noah Winland hit a pair of doubles with two RBIs. Gunner Fox also had three hits with a double and a RBI, Rob- ert Woodard added three hits and two RBIs and Wylee Woodard scored three times in the win.

HIGH SCHOOL ROUNDUP Morgan baseball edges Trimble 2-1 From Staff Reports Times Recorder USA Today Network See ROUNDUP, Page 3D Major golf championships are noth- ing new at Oak Hill. The Donald Ross gem in upstate New York already has hosted three U.S. Opens, three PGA Championships and the Ryder Cup. And yet the PGA return to Oak Hill feels like a debut. Part of that is because of the fabled East Course.

Oak Hill kept getting so far away from its Ross roots the club dates to 1901 that it took on a restoration pro- ject so thorough a wonder any of the 32 players who have played it in the last two PGA Championships will recognize the place. Three holes were not there when the PGA Championship was last at Oak Hill in 2013. Trees were removed, creating more vistas and recovery options. The bunkers are steep and penal, similar to what Ross had in mind. And part of the newness to this PGA Championship is the calendar.

The PGA of America announced in 2017 it would be moving its premier championship to May, a decision that would eliminate northern courses from future consideration. Oak Hill, however, was already locked in for 2023, the last hurdle before a a lineup of courses in warmer climates. Imagine a major in May on a course located about an hour east of Kerry Haigh, the chief champi- onships recently has started most conversations with the Oak Hill by asking a question on mind: the weather? last six weeks there have been more conversations with the superin- tendent than normal to your point, checking on the weather, checking on growing and Haigh said, noting the Rochester area had some 45 inches of snow this winter. Mother Nature, always the unknown factor in golf, appears to have cooperat- ed. PGA CHAMPIONSHIP Oak Hill unlikely to look or feel same Doug Ferguson ASSOCIATED PRESS Jason Dufner celebrates after winning the PGA Championship at Oak Hill Country Club in 2013.

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