Rain caused an early conclusion Friday to the 13th annual JFK Lady Eagle Invitational at Candywood Golf Course, resulting in no individual champion being crowned.
The event attracted 25 teams and 130 golfers to the par 72 Candywood course.
Due to the inclement weather, only teams' first 14 holes counted toward their scores.
Medina Highland won the tournament at 17-over par, with Notre Dame Cathedral Latin second at 27 over, North Canton Hoover third at 30 over and Canfield fourth at 31 over.
"There were some great scores today, it's just a shame we couldn't get it in due to the weather," John F. Kennedy coach Tom Rider said.
Finishing back in the pack were Howland (65 over), Kennedy (85 over) and Poland (87 over).
"Haleigh Guerrero had two holes left; if she would have parred out she would've shot 79," Howland coach Jack Hutchison said. "She played 16 holes. She's a senior and she'll be our No. 1 player."
"We played four sophomores and one freshman," Kennedy coach Tom Rider said. "It was their first varsity match ever. I'm sure they were really nervous because it was their first shot playing in an invitational. They played OK. Everybody was nervous so our scores were up. I saw a lot of potential in them."
The Tigers went 12-4 last season and Hutchison said he's optimistic about how they will do this year.
"We've got everybody back from last year," he said. "We've also got a couple young freshmen and it looks like they're going to be a part of the team too. I think we're going to have a good season, we just need to get rock 'n rolling."
JFK had a 23-6 record in 2011 but have been dealt a huge blow as sophomore Haylee Harford has left to be homeschooled, leaving the team young and inexperienced.
Harford won the Division II state championship last season.
"Our goal is to improve and work toward the sectionals," Rider said. "We need to get tournament ready and get these girls some experience to handle the season. Our main goal is to improve from now to the end of the season."