The Ottumwa Courier

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May 16, 2012

Mustangs, Redettes advance to regionals

OTTUMWA — The Davis County and Centerville girls golf teams kept their seasons alive for at least one more week on Monday, as both claimed second-place finishes at their district meets.

Centerville placed second at the Class 3A district meet at Grinnell Country Club. The Redettes were led by Maddison Lang, who carded 93 and qualified for regionals as an individual. Centerville shot a team score of 404, second only to host Grinnell, which won the meet with an amazing 330. The top two teams at districts advance to the regional. The four lowest individual scores were all shot by golfers from Grinnell.

Centerville will compete at the Class 3A regional at Stone Creek Golf Course in Williamsburg next Monday.

The Mustangs placed second at the Class 2A district held at Cedarcrest Golf and Country Club in Columbus Junction. Led by Alexa Owen’s 101, Davis County posted a team score of 446, second only to Wapello’s 369. Leah Rushman shot 112 for Davis County, while Cayle Boatman carded 117 and Skylar Yahnke 118.  Payton Hughes of Van Buren qualified as an individual at the meet with a 98.

That Class 2A regional will be held at West Liberty Country Club next Monday. The other Class 2A regional, held at Pine Lake Country Club near Eldora, will feature Albia’s Cassie Crall, who carded 93 to qualify for regionals as an individual at the 2A district held Lincoln Valley Golf Course near State Center.

Crall’s Lady Dees came just eight shots short of qualifying as a team, as Albia shot 401 as a team while host West Marshall finished at 393. PCM won the meet with a 381.

In Class 1A, North Mahaska qualified as a team while Moravia’s Shaye Brewer advanced to regionals as an individual.

The Warhawks were led by Kate Ray’s regional-qualifying round of 86, as North Mahaska finished second at the 1A district held at Diamond Trail Golf Club in Lynnville. North Mahaska shot 398 while Lynnville-Sully won the meet with a team score of 354. Brewer shot 91 for Moravia, which finished sixth as a team. Brewer and North Mahaska will compete in districts at Indian Hills Golf and Country Club at Wapello.

Class 3A District 3A Meet

At Grinnell Country Club, Grinnell

Par 72

Team scoring (Top two teams qualify for regional meet) — Grinnell 330, Centerville 404, Pella 427, Carlisle 430, North Polk 433, Knoxville 462, Chariton 499, Bondurant-Farrar 544.

Individual Regional Qualifiers — Emily Elliott (G) 77, Amanda Hintz (G) 82, Samantha Ramsey (G) 84, Amber Kracht (G) 87, Maddison Lang (CENT) 93.

Class 3A District 3B Meet

At Mount Pleasant Golf and Country Club, Mount Pleasant

Par 72

Team scoring (Top two teams qualify for regional meet) — 1. Williamsburg 375, 2. Washington 376, 3. Mount Pleasant 388, 4. Solon 424, 5. Keokuk 433, 6. Benton 434, 7. Clear Creek-Amana 437, 8. Fairfield 483.

Individual Regional Qualifiers — Natalie Booton (Mount Pleasant) 83, Abby Threlkeld (Washington) 83, Jamie Knock (Williamsburg) 87, Gabi Scarpa (Clear Creek-Amana) 92, Abbie Zimmerman (WB) 94.

Class 2A District 3A Meet

At Lincoln Valley Golf Course, State Center

Par 72

Team scoring (Top two teams qualify for regional meet) — 1. PCM 381, 2. West Marshall 393, 3. Albia 401, 4. Colfax-Mingo 404, 5. Des Moines Christian 439, 6. Pella Christian 456, 7. CMB 510, 8. Eddyville-Blakesburg 532.

Individual Regional Qualifiers — Katie Barbee (Des Moines Christian) 88, Maddie Peters (PCM) 89, Courtney Porter (West Marshall) 92, Andrea Hodgson (Colfax-Mingo) 92, Cassie Crall (Albia) 93, Brooke Talsma (CM) 93.

Albia individuals — Cassie Crall 93, Lexie Van Polen 100, Anna Riley 101, Kelli Baker 107, Alex Casebolt 110, Emily Scala 113.

Eddyville-Blakesburg individuals — Andrea Verschuure 117, Taylor Schertz 120, Kaitlyn Amborn 144, Emma Hasselhuhn 151.

Class 2A District 4C Meet

At Cedarcrest Golf and Country Club, Columbus Junction

Par 72

Team scoring (Top two teams qualify for regional meet) — 1. Wapello 369, 2. Davis County 446, 3. Columbus 449, 4. Mediapolis 452, 5. Van Buren 513, 6. West Burlington/Notre Dame 535, 7. Louisa-Muscatine 556, 8. Central Lee 586.

Individual Regional Qualifiers — Mackenzie Noble (Wapello) 84, Emily Fisher (W) 88, Kensley Heater (Mediapolis) 90, Kaitlyn Small (W) 96, Payton Hughes (Van Buren) 98.

Davis County individuals — Alexa Owen 101, Leah Rushman 112, Cayle Boatman 117, Skylar Yahnke 118, Taylor McElderry 132, Blair Bodkins 138.

Class 1A District 4B Meet

At Diamond Trail Golf Club in Lynnville

Par 72

Team scoring (Top two teams qualify for regional meet) — 1. Lynnville-Sully 354, 2. North Mahaska 398, 3. Montezuma 453, 4. Wayne 469, 5. Belle Plaine 490, 6. Moravia 511.

Individual Regional Qualifiers — Amy Rolffs (Lynnville-Sully) 80, Kelsey Beyer (LS) 81, Kate Ray (North Mahaska) 86, Shaye Brewer (Moravia) 91, Macy Lanser (LS) 93.

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