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Published: Thursday, April 24, 2014 12:31 a.m. CDT

NV tops Lenox

GREENFIELD — The Nodaway Valley boys scored a 32-stroke victory over Lenox here on Monday.

“We shot one stroke off of our team goal and will have to do better in the future with consistency,” Nodaway Valley head coach Steve Shantz said. “A couple of times we have one or two holes that give us trouble and we have to work on ways to save the one or two strokes with better course management.”

Neither girls team had enough golfers to compile a team score.

Nodaway Valley senior Delson Grantham won medalist honors with a 1-over par round of 36. Sophomore teammate Jackson Lamb finished as runner-up with a round of 39.

Lenox was led by junior Caleb Lange, who shot a round of 42.

On the girls side, Rachel Hight won medalist honors for the Wolverines by shooting a round of 53. Lizz Hansen took runner-up honors with her round of 58.

Teya Still led Lenox with a round of 60.

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Nodaway Valley — Rachel Hight 53, Lizz Hansen 58, Josie Clarke 70.

Lenox — Teya Still 60, Chelsie Dukes 73.

Medalist — Rachel Hight, Nodaway Valley, 53. Runner-up — Lizz Hansen, Nodaway Valley, 58.


Nodaway Valley (161) — Delson Grantham 36, Jackson Lamb 39, Wes Davis 43, Colton Garside 43, Sam Marnin 47, Brandon Banks 49.

Lenox (193) — Caleb Lange 42, Dusten Reed 53, Tyler Brokaw 54, Dawson Tullberg 47, Leevi Marshall 51, Colby Lange 54.

Medalist — Delson Grantham, Nodaway Valley, 36. Runner-up — Jackson Lamb, Nodaway Valley, 39.

Shields medals

MOUNT AYR — Mount Ayr hosted four other teams here on Tuesday, with Wayne winning the team competition over Southeast Warren 231-247 in girls action.

The other three teams did not have enough golfers for a team score.

Mount Ayr swept the top two spots individually, however. Freshman Tessa Shields won medalist honors with her round of 48, while Holly Karr finished runner-up with a round of 51.

East Union was led by Sydney Weis, who finished one stroke back of runner-up honors with her round of 52.

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Mount Ayr — Tessa Shields 48, Holly Karr 51, Allison Wallace 61.

East Union — Sydney Weis 52, Reilly Martinez 58.

Martensdale-St. Marys — Justine McKeever 81, Hailey Clark 67.

Southeast Warren (247) — Brandi Putz 59, Sarah Nutting 64, Jill Williams 57, Hannah Horsch 67, Shiloh Williams 89, Kaitlyn Preston 90.

Wayne (231) — Katie Reed 52, Kelly McCurdy 58, Gretchen Norris 64, Amy Nyberg 57, Haley Hamilton 65, Hilary Hamilton 66.

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