UNION CITY — Hosting the Region 4 mega-match, Union City was right in the middle in Monday’s golf play at the Union City Country Club under ideal weather conditions.
Saegertown took first place with a total of 351 strokes, winning a tie-breaker with Cambridge Springs that went down to the sixth golfer.
The top four scores count in regulation play.
Union City was next at 372, followed by Conneaut (385) and Maplewood (466).
Troy Jackson had the low round for the Bears carding an 86. That was three strokes better than lefty Matt Lowther.
The lone senior, Evan Dougherty, posted a 98 with Nate Bailey in at 99.
Nick Yaple showed a round of 101, Collen Hornaman with 116.
Trevor Rodgers of Cambridge was the medalist with an even par 72, including four birdies. Saegertown’s Josh Gionta was second best with an 82.
Union City’s boys have another region match Thursday at Oakland Beach, hosted by Conneaut which is now the merged schools from Linesville, Conneaut Lake and Conneaut Valley.
Union City’s girls kick off their season the same day with a region match at North East’s Green Meadows Golf Course.