ZOAR — Carter Mishler was on fire at Zoar Golf Club Thursday.
Mishler, a star golfer at Hiland High School, shot a blistering nine-under-par 63 to win the boys 16-18-year-old division of the First National Bank Junior Golf Tour at Zoar GC.
“Carter played amazingly,” FNB Junior Golf Tour Director Natalie Schie said.
Mishler finished in the Top 10 of the Junior PGA Sectional Championship that concluded at Portage Country Club in Akron Tuesday. He ended up eighth with a two-day score of 144 (76-70).
The other golfers in the division weren’t too shabby as all point scorers finished at par or better.
Fellow Hawk Brookston Hummel, and Jaxon Rinkes each shot a two-under-par 70. Hummel finished second after a playoff. Garret Shoup and Carter Wells tied for fourth with 71s, while Shad Kenily, Cole Tegano and AJ Wilkin tied for sixth with 72s.
Kylie Roher won the girls 16-18 division with a 75.
Ashlee Garner was second with an 82 and Riley Schie placed third with an 86, while Alivia Edwards and Makayla Hutchison shot 87s to tie for fourth. Melanie Gibson was sixth at 90 and Paige Nicely placed seventh with a 93 to round out those scoring points.
Abbey Dillon won the girls collegiate division with a 79. Erin Shockey (2nd, 83), Allie Jurkovic (3rd, 84) and Sydney Clements (4th, 86) rounded out the field.
The 13-15 age division for the boys was reduced to a 9-hole event due to weather and course conditions.
Owen Van Fossen was the winner with a 34. Noah Dever was second with a 35.
Chatum Courson (3rd, 36), Brode Foster and Nathan Menepace (tied for 4th, 38s), Austen Gunn (6th, 39) and Owen Lutz and Koi Preston (tied for 7th, 40s) also scored points.
Olivia Baker claimed the girls 13-15 division with a 41.
Lauren Brown (2nd, 42), Brooklyn Numbers (3rd, 42), Hannah Steiner (4th, 43), Claire Hostetler (5th, 46), Addy Burris (6th, 47) and Olivia Immel, Autumn Rohr and Olivia Russell (tied for 7th, 51s) also scored points.
In the boys 12-and-under division, Gavin Gress won with a 33.
Colton Gress (2nd, 40), Owen Cummings (3rd, 41), Bentley Bush (4th, 56), Marcus Beun (5th, 58), Austin Levengood and Austin Miller (tied for 6th, 62s) also scored points.
Kallie McKeegan won the girls 12-and-under division with a 48.
Sara Weaver (2nd, 53), Khoen Courson (3rd, 57) and Kylie Miller (4th, 61) rounded out the field.