The Ottumwa Courier


April 11, 2013

Albia girls win Redette Invite

CENTERVILLE — The Albia Lady Dees broke a team record with a score of 369 on the way to a victory at the Centerville Redette Invitational Tuesday night at Manhattan in Centerville.

Cassie Crall carded 85 to earn meet medalist honors and lead the Albia charge, while Anna Riley carded 94, Emily Scala 95 and Lexie Van Polen 95 for the balanced Lady Dees.

“Obviously the girls are thrilled, so I am thrilled,” said Albia coach Mike Duea. “It is such a fun group, so we enjoy the work of golf which really allows us a few days to enjoy a record-breaking performance like today before we get back to the next obstacle and the next set of goals.”

Centerville, led by Maddison Lange’s runner-up score of 87, was 17 shots back at 386, while Chariton posted a team round of 424, Davis County 452 and Moravia 485.

Miranda Davis led Chariton with a 96, Skylar Yahnke led Davis County with a 103 and Shaye Brewer carded 93 to lead Moravia.

Albia is scheduled to take on Moravia in a dual Friday at The Preserve. Davis County will host Fairfield and Keokuk on Thursday. Moravia is at Lamoni Thursday. Chariton is at the Winterset Invitational on Saturday.

Centerville Redette Invitational

At Manhattan, Centerville

Tuesday, April 8

Team scoring — Albia 369, Centerville 386, Chariton 424, Davis County 452, Moravia 485.

Medalist — Cassie Crall (A) 85.

Runner-up — Maddison Lange (CENT) 87.

Albia individuals — Anna Riley 94, Emily Scala 95, Lexie Van Polen 95.

Centerville individuals — Jessica Scott 89, Marissa Hunt 104, Leah Scott 106.

Chariton individuals — Miranda Davis 96, Elyssa Black 104, Cassie Carpenter 108, Mikeala Plank 116.

Davis County individuals — Skylar Yahnke 103, Blair Bodkins 108, Lexi Thudium 117, Briley Dixon 124.

Moravia individuals — Shaye Brewer 93, McKenzie Smith 106, Saharra Conkity 140, Jenna Wilson 146.

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