University of Findlay senior Meredith Wipper shot a 77 Tuesday for a 54-hole total of 221 to finish tied for third and lead the Oilers to a runner-up finish in the William Beall Fall Classic at Findlay Country Club.

The Oilers shot 314 Tuesday for a 908 total (300-294-314). The University of Indianapolis won with an 886 (291-299-296).

Jill Schmitmeyer tied for eighth for the Oilers with a 228 (77-76-75), while Kristina Kniesly (70-78-82) shot a 230 to tie for 13th. Danbi Kim (81-73-82) and Mackenzie Keenoy (76-80-80) both had 236 to tie for 27th.

Indianapolis’ Cailyn Henderson won with a 216 (71-73-72).

TEAM STANDINGS — 1, University of Indianapolis 886. 2, Findlay 908. 3, Lindenwood University 926. 4, Grand Valley State 930. 5, Tiffin 932. 6, Missouri-St. Louis 943. 7, Northwood 949. 8, Saginaw Valley 953. 9, Illinois-Springfield 960. 9, Lewis 960. 11, Ferris State 962. 12, Malone University 976. 13, Ashland 981. 14, Walsh 982. 15, Gannon 988. 16, Northern Michigan 995. 17, Mercyhurst University 1,003.

UF men tie for 2nd

TIFFIN — Luke Kelly’s 68 on Tuesday led the University of Findlay men’s golf team to a third-day best 290 team total as the Oilers rallied to claim a tie for second in the TU Kyle Ryman Invitational played at the Mohawk Country Club in Tiffin.

UF finished with an 878 (292-296-290) in the two-day event to tie Wittenberg in the standings. Tiffin won the tournament with an 873 (289-288-296).

Findlay High graduate Sam Griffith carded a 75 on Tuesday and led UF in the tournament with a score of 217 (70-72-75).

Kelly’s 68 gave him a 221 total overall (78-75-68). Caleb Westfall (73-75-74–222) finished one stroke and Parker Haynes (76-74-73–223) was two shots back of Kelly.

UF’s “B” team, led by the 221 total of Van Buren graduate Hunter Foltz, was fourth in the final standings with an 898 total.

TEAM STANDINGS — 1, Tiffin “A” 873. 2, (tie) Findlay “A” and Wittenberg “A” 878. 4, Findlay “B” 898. 5, Ohio Valley 907. 6, Cedarville 917. 7, Tiffin “B” 920. 8, California, Pa. 922. 9, Ohio Northern 930. 10, Hillsdale 933. 11, Heidelberg 938. 12, Wittenberg “B” 943. 13, Tiffin “C” 947. 14, Heidelberg “B” 1,014. 15, Ohio Northern “B” 1,017.

Peacock, Ahbe named

The University of Findlay women’s soccer team swept the weekly awards handed out by the Great Midwest Athletic Conference with senior Sierra Peacock selected as the GMAC Offensive Player of the Week and junior Lindsey Ahbe named the league’s Defensive Player of the Week.

Peacock scored three goals in UF wins over Kentucky Wesleyan (6-0) and Trevecca Nazarene (2-0). Ahbe keyed Findlay’s defense as the Oilers (6-0-1) shut out both opponents.

KKS wins title

Findlay’s KKS defeated Dark Horse 12-2 on Tuesday to win the tournament championship of the 34th Annual Findlay Adult Fall Fast Pitch Softball League.

KKS (“Keeping Kids Safe”), which also won the regular-season league title, reached the final with a 10-6 win over Fins. Dark Horse advanced with a 18-2 win over league runner-up Marco’s.

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