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Published: Wednesday, April 23, 2014 1:51 a.m. CDT

CD Triangular

LEON — Mount Ayr traveled here on Monday for a triangular with host Central Decatur and Albia.

On the boys side, Mount Ayr and Albia tied with a team score of 191, behind Central Decatur’s 178.

Quency Vos and Connor Giles led the Raiders, both with a round of 45, 10 strokes back of medalist Noah Simon of Central Decatur, who shot a 1-under par 35.

The Raider boys fall to 3-4 for the season.

For the girls, Tessa Shields led the way with a round of 48, while Holly Karr finished with a 51.

Leon Golf & Country Club


Mount Ayr — Tessa Shields 48, Holly Karr 51.

Central Decatur (188)

Medalist — Kate Havens, Central Decatur, 41. Runner-up — Lydia Martin, Central Decatur 47.


Mount Ayr (191) — Quency Vos 45, Connor Giles 45, Casey Paxson 48, Jake Ricker 53, Nathan Roberts 66.

Central Decatur (178)

Albia (191)

Medalist — Noah Simon, Central Decatur, 35. Runner-up — Drew Schofield, Albia, 37.

SWV wins

ANITA — Southwest Valley defeated CAM here on Monday at Crestwood Hills Golf Course.

The Southwest Valley boys won 176-199, while the Timberwolves carded a team total of 192 in the girls competition. CAM did not have enough girls golfers for a team score.

The Timberwolves swept the hardware at the meet, as Evan Baldwin shot a round of 33 to win boys medalist, while Ryan Carlson recorded a 43 for runner-up honors.

Gentry Johannes finished with a round of 46 to win medalist honors and Bellamy Heaton got her first hardward of the season with runner-up honors, shooting a round of 47.

“Our team scores continue to improve and our kids still see improvements in their game that can be made,” Southwest Valley head coach Kent Bass said. “This is a great combination as the postseason approaches.”

Crestwood Hills Golf Course


Southwest Valley (192) — Kelsie Kinman 50, Gentry Johannes 46, Taylor Damewood 49, Kim Hults 63, Bellamy Heaton 47, Janelle Gibler 62.

CAM — Katie Aupperle 53, Brookly Wendt 60.

Medalist — Gentry Johannes, Southwest Valley, 46. Runner-up — Bellamy Heaton, Southwest Valley, 47.


Southwest Valley (176) — Evan Baldwin 33, Drey Barton 50, Ryan Carlson 43, William Roberts 58, Christian Silva 58, Lane Peterson 50.

CAM (199) — Rem Vacek 46, Logan Dinkla 54, Trent Jessen 52, Tyler McAfee 55, Jerod McKee 60, Konnor Wendt 47.

Medalist — Evan Baldwin, Southwest Valley, 33. Runner-up — Ryan Carlson, Southwest Valley, 43.

EU wins

MOUNT AYR — The East Union boys golf team outshot Mount Ayr, Martensdale-St. Marys and Wayne to win the Mount Ayr Quad here on Tuesday.

The Eagles posted a team score of 167, finishing ahead of second-place Mount Ayr with 182. Martensdale-St. Marys finished third with 184.

The Eagles placed two golfers in the top three of the meet, as Cole Campbell took medalist honors with his round of 38 and Ryan Collins finished in third with a score of 40.

Mount Ayr was led by Quency Vos, who shot a 43. Both Connor Giles and Jake Ricker recorded scores of 44.

Results of the girls competition will be published in a future edition of the Creston News Advertiser.

Mount Ayr Golf &

Country Club

East Union (167) — Cole Campbell 38, Ryan Collins 40, Devon Anderson 44, Clayton Miller 45, Jacy Eklund 55, Bobby Hepner 56.

Mount Ayr (182) — Quency Vos 43, Connor Giles 44, Casey Paxson 51, Nathan Roberts 61, Jake Ricker 44.

Southeast Warren — Trenton Carruthers 58.

Wayne (206) — Brock Draper 40, Jeffery Middlebrook 54, Kyle Andrews 61, Tanner Bennett 70, Dakota Lovett 51, Nick Mattly 76.

Martensdale-St. Marys (184) — Miller Hatcher 45, Mitchell Brown 42, Dylan Gibson 49, Grant Crowell 48, Spencer Hoyka 49, Anthony Dahmen 60.

Medalist — Cole Campbell, East Union, 38. Runner-up — Brock Draper, Wayne, 40.

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