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Creston/O-M sweeps Panther Tournament titles

Published: Thursday, Jan. 17, 2013 11:31 a.m. CDT • Updated: Thursday, Jan. 17, 2013 11:40 a.m. CDT
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(CNA photo by SCOTT VICKER)
Creston/Orient-Macksburg's Anna Wilson releases a shot during Saturday's Panther Tournament hosted by Creston/O-M at Panther Lanes. Wilson placed first individually with a two-game series of 347, leading the Panther girls to the team title.

Both Creston/Orient-Macksburg teams dominated the field during the Panther Tournament here on Saturday, running away with the team titles.

The Panther boys posted a 600-plus pin victory over second-place Central Decatur, posting a score of 2974 compared to CD’s 2321. Nodaway Valley finished third at 2261.

The Panther girls beat out Lenox for first place by more than 400 pins, scoring a 2466 compared to Lenox’s 2030. Clarke finished third with a score of 1931.

“A very good day for our kids today,” head coach Ron Pendegraft said. “Both teams did very well, both winning by a considerable amount. The boys really came out fast and finished strong, throwing our second highest team total ever of 2974.”

The Creston/O-M boys also claimed the top three individual spots in the tournament with Chantz Davidson taking top honors with a two-game of 467, Jacob Wolfe finishing second with a 438 and Josh Sawtelle following close behind with a 437.

“Probably the biggest performance today came from Jacob Wolfe, who shot 212-226—438 to finish second individually,” Pendegraft said. “Besides Jacob’s good performance, Chantz shot his season high scores of 243-224—467 to win the individual title.”

Nodaway Valley’s Ryan Houghman finished fourth overall with a score of 406.

The Panther girls claimed the top four spots individually. Anna Wilson led the way, rolling a 347. Emily Davidson finished close behind with a 345. Shaylen Kipp finished third at 328 and Devon Eddy tied with Lenox’s Lacey McClain at 316.

“Overall, it was a good day for us,” Pendegraft said. “Hopefully it will give us some momentum going into this week when we will have to travel to Red Oak and host a very good Shenandoah team on Saturday at Panther Lanes.”

The Panthers host Shenandoah on Saturday with action beginning at 1 p.m.

Team Results

BOYS

1. Creston/O-M 2016-958—2974, 2. Central Decatur 1569-752—2321, 3. Nodaway Valley 1496-765—2261, 4. Mount Ayr 1483-727—2210, 5. Clarke 1446-718—2164, 6. Lenox 1235-575—1810.

GIRLS

1. Creston/O-M 1620-826—2446, 2. Lenox 1346-684—2030, 3. Clarke 1287-644—1931, 4. Central Decatur 1249-557—1806, 5. Nodaway Valley 1187-596—1783, 6. Mount Ayr 961-546—1507.

Individual Results

BOYS

1. Chantz Davidson, Creston/O-M, 467; 2. Jacob Wolfe, Creston/O-M, 438; 3. Josh Sawtelle, Creston/O-M, 437; 4. Ryan Houghman, Nodaway Valley, 406; 5. Bryce Thomas, Central Decatur, 395; 6. Nathan Harrah, Central Decatur, 341.

Creston/O-M — Chantz Davidson 243-224—467, Jacob Wolfe 212-226—438, Josh Sawtelle 222-215—437, Darin Hatfield 178-161—339, Blake Eddy 147-177—224.

Central Decatur — Bryce Thomas 161-234—395, Nathan Harrah 150-191—341, Chance Spidle 145-179—324, David Huppert 138-144—282, Sam White 110-117—227.

Nodaway Valley — Ryan Houghman 208-198—406, Angga Edwards 150-177—327, Mark Olson 161-149—310, Wyatt Low 117-115—232, Jordan Armstrong 118-103—221.

Mount Ayr — Quinton Chumbley 190-146—336, Nathan Roberts 172-144—316, Jasper Abarr 177-131—308, Blake Roberts 129-156—285, Trevor Shelley 127-111—238.

Clarke — Cody Kjellsen 130-204—334, Damon Helgevold 150-183—333, Skylar Johnson 165-159—324, Geo Smith 108-122—230, Martin Zaragoza 97-128—225, Caleb Grimm 104-108—212.

Lenox — Riley Haidsiak 143-146—289, Mitchell Brown 130-118—248, Daniel Dudney 122-122—244, Mike Briggs 115-116—231, Trini Estrella 105-118—223, Pedro Castor 111-108—219.

GIRLS

1. Anna Wilson, Creston/O-M, 347; 2. Emily Davidson, Creston/O-M, 345; 3. Shaylen Kipp, Creston/O-M, 328; 4. Devon Eddy, Creston/O-M, 316; 4. Lacey McClain, Lenox, 316; 6. Kilee Petty, Central Decatur, 311.

Creston/O-M — Anna Wilson 157-190—347, Emily Davidson 187-158—345, Shaylen Kipp 132-196—328, Devon Eddy 152-164—316, Madison Hance 139-145—284, Mackenzie McKinney 104-116—220.

Lenox — Lacey McClain 170-146—316, Cassidi Moses 126-152—278, Blythe Beck 161-112—273, Bailey Rainforth 122-119—241, Krysta Morvant 96-142—238, Erin Hintz 94-88—182.

Clarke — Courtney Clark 146-132—278, Bailey Browne 137-140—277, Shyanne DeVore 122-127—249, Sierra Penick 126-116—242, Elly Eddy 120-121—241, Alexxa Blair 107-128—235.

Central Decatur — Kilee Petty 153-158—311, Amber Yelle 156-113—269, April Smith 127-134—261, Brittany Cunningham 122-108—230, Cappie Robbins 78-100—178, Kaitlyn Yoder 79-71—150.

Nodaway Valley — Kelsey Coffman 167-140—307, Ashley Thompson 144-134—278, Saber Brandt 105-118—223, Katelyn Miner 125-93—218, Shanie Day 93-68—161.

Mount Ayr — Naomi Richards 129-121—250, Adrian Richards 98-117—215, Holly Karr 80-110—190, Samantha Crawford 91-87—178, Cheyenne Percifield 76-52—128.

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