The George Rogers Clark boys golf team placed third in the Mount Sterling Invitational Saturday at the Mount Sterling Country Club.
Clark fired a 312 in the one-day event, which was delayed for two hours because of rain. Clark coach Kevin Cope said the weather conditions made it tough for his squad, especially during the first nine holes.
Ross Todd paced the Cardinals with a 71, followed by Blake Cartwright with a 76.
Jacob Omohundro followed with an 80, while brother Matthew Omohundro finished with an 85. Taylor Goldhahn rounded out Clark’s five entries in the event and shot a 99.
Next match: Today at Mount Sterling Invitational, Maysville.
Girls soccer: Dixie Heights blanks Clark
The George Rogers Clark girls soccer team suffered a 4-0 loss at Dixie Heights Saturday.
Chrissy Wolking scored two goals for the hosts, while Jenna Wolfe and Anna Crostwaite each added a score.
Clark managed six shots on goal, while goal keeper Cathryn Banker collected five saves for the Lady Cards, now 2-6 on the season.
In the junior varsity game, Brittany McClure had four saves in the Lady Cardinals’ 3-0 loss to Dixie Heights.
Next game: Today, 7 p.m. at Grant County.
Boys soccer: JV second in tournament
The George Rogers Clark junior varsity boys soccer team placed second in a tournament at Madison¿Central over the weekend.
Clark went 1-2-1 in the tournament, losing to Louisville Trinity 1-0 in the championship game.
In the finale, Clark had one shot on goal by Nick Sladic and Chandler Gaunce collected five saves.
The Cards defeated Madison Southern 2-0 in the tournament opener. Logan Blankenship had a pair of goals, while Louis Villa and Mason Hatton each provided the assists. Goal keepers Dustin Summers and Gaunce combined for two saves.
On Saturday, Clark lost to Trinity, 3-2. Sladic and Ryan McKinney each had one shot on goal, while Blankenship had both goals for the Cards. Gaunce had five saves.
Clark then tied with tournament host Madison Central 1-1. Jose Villa had the lone goal, while Ryan McKinney and Blankenship each had two shots on goal. Kaleb Keanaaina, Tom Spencer, Sladic, Zane Logan and Louis Villa each had one shot on goal.
Summers collected one save.
Blankenship, Sladic and Braden Powell were named to the all-tournament team.