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Published: Tuesday, April 22, 2014 1:06 a.m. CDT

NV fourth

COUNCIL BLUFFS — Nodaway Valley overcame a slow start here Thursday to post a better score than it shot at Tuesday’s tournament to finish fourth overall out of 14 teams, behind a pair of Class 3A teams at Fox Run Country Club.

“Wes Davis had a spectacular round of 4-over par 75, but hard luck once again on handicap holes earned him fourth place,” Nodaway Valley head coach Steve Shantz said. “Wes had the same score as the second place and third place golfers.

Fox Run Country Club

Team standings — 1. Atlantic 303, 2. East Mills 319, 3. Shenandoah 321, 4. Nodaway Valley 328, 5. Omaha Roncalli 330, 6. Glenwood 335, 7. Lewis Central 339, 8. Bellevue East 358, 9. Red Oak 368, 10. Council Bluffs St. Albert 374, 11. Brownwell-Talbot 378, 12. Omaha Central 406; 13. Heartland Christian 424; 14. Omaha Bryan 429.

Individual standings — 1. Evan Schuler, Atl, 70; 2. Dylan O’Connor, LC, 75; 3. Jake Olsen, Atl, 75; 4. Wes Davis, NV, 75; 5. Logan Currin, EM, 76; 6. Kobe Rhodes, Glen, 76; 7. Jackson Baker, Shen, 77; 8. Jake Schafer, EM, 77; 9. Cooper Zablocki, Atl, 78; 10. Collin Griffith, OR, 78.

Nodaway Valley (328) — Wes Davis 75, Delson Grantham 82, Jackson Lamb 82, Sam Marnin 89, Colton Garside 101, Noah Cooper 124.

Fillie Invite

SHENANDOAH — Southwest Valley placed two golfers in the individual top 10 on its way to a second-place finish here Thursday at the Fillie Invitational at American Legion Country Club.

Clarinda won the team title with a score of 379, ahead of Southwest Valley’s 423.

Taylor Damewood placed seventh for the Timberwolves with her score of 101, while Kelsie Kinman finished eighth at 102. Gentry Johannes placed 12th with a round of 106.

“This was a great team effort from top to bottom,” Southwest Valley head coach Kent Bass said. “Our kids really showed up and competed against some very good competition. The future is bright for this squad.”

Nodaway Valley did not figure into the team standings, but was led by Rachel Hight’s round of 115, which placed her 20th.

American Legion

Country Club

Team standings — 1. Clarinda 379, 2. Southwest Valley 423, 3. Shenandoah 439, 4. Council Bluffs Abraham Lincoln 463, 5. Red Oak 500, 6. Southwest Iowa 512, 7. Glenwood 580.

Individual standings — 1. Maddy Davidson, Clarinda, 89; 2. Lexie Brown, Clarinda, 95; 3. Samantha Swanson, Clarinda, 97; 4. Sabrina Hernandez, Southwest Iowa, 97; 5. Heather Auffert, Clarinda, 98; 6. Adrian Rusick, Shenandoah, 100; 7. Taylor Damewood, Southwest Valley, 101; 8. Kelsie Kinman, Southwest Valley, 102; 9. Ellen Fellers, Red Oak, 104; 10. Grace Davidson, Clarinda, 104.

Southwest Valley (423) — Taylor Damewood 101, Kelsie Kinman 102, Gentry Johannes 106, Bellamy Heaton 114, Janelle Gibler 118, Kim Hults 124.

Nodaway Valley — Rachel Hight 117, Lizz Hansen 123, Josie Clarke 147.

Tight loss

LEON — Mount Ayr went toe to toe with the Central Decatur boys golf team here on Thursday, but came up just short in a 183-185 loss.

Central Decatur’s Noah Simon, a state qualifier last year, won medalist honors with his round of 2-under par 34.

Mount Ayr was led by Quency Vos, with his round of 45. Connor Giles and Jake Ricker each carded scores of 46.

The loss drops the Raider boys to 3-2 for the season.

In the girls competition, Central Decatur posted a team score of 191 and was led by medalist Kate Havens with her round of 38. Mount Ayr was led by Holly Karr’s 55.

Leon Golf & Country Club

GIRLS

Mount Ayr — Holly Karr 55, Tessa Shields 56, Allison Wallace 61.

Central Decatur (191)

Medalist — Kate Havens, Central Decatur, 38. Runner-up — Lydia Martin, Central Decatur, 50.

BOYS

Mount Ayr (185) — Quency Vos 45, Connor Giles 46, Jake Ricker 46, Casey Paxson 48, Nathan Roberts 54.

Central Decatur (183)

Medalist — Noah Simon, Central Decatur, 34. Runner-up — Dalton Rhum, Central Decatur, 43.

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