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EU golfers win Thursday

LENOX — East Union’s girls and boys golfers came away victorious in Thursday’s dual with Lenox at the Lenox Municipal Golf Course.

The Eagle girls won 243-251, while the Eagle boys had a 173. Lenox only had two boys and could not field a full team.

East Union’s girls were led by Anna Collins’ medalist-winning round of 53. Quinn Eslinger was next in with a 60. Lauren Hadley had a 63. Casey Allen and Kate Sutton each had 67’s, while Olivia Moore added a 74.

“Even with the windy conditions the girls all played pretty decent with Anna Collins coming home with the medalist honors,” said East Union coach Dave Campbell. “Kate Sutton also had a good night shooting a personal best so far in her freshman year.”

On the boys side, East Union shot a season’s best round of 173.

Christopher Case edged Matt McGuire for medalist honors, as each had a 43 with Case winning the card off playoff.

Sanden Cheers also had a 43.

Trevor Jones posted a 44, while Ryan Collins had a 46 and Kyle Campbell added a 48.

UP NEXT — East Union’s girls and boys are back on the course Monday hosting Bedford and Central Decatur at Lakeshore Golf and Country Club in Afton.

NV girls second at home meet

GREENFIELD — Breezy conditions and tough pin placements tested the Nodaway Valley golfers during their only home meet of the season at the Greenfield Country Club.

The Nodaway Valley girls handled the conditions fairly well, placing second in Thursday’s triangular with Van Meter and West Central Valley. 

Van Meter won with a 235. Nodaway Valley was second with a 263 and West Central Valley was third with a 275.

Megan Russell led Nodaway Valley with a third-place effort of 61. Jodi Baudler carded a 66. McKynna Newbury and Julia Eshelman each had a 68 and Madalyn Webers added a 78.

“We were proud our our inexperienced team’s score and we can get much better with practice time,” said Nodaway valley coach Steve Shantz. 

Van Meter’s Molly Carry won with a 51 and teammate Emma Durflinger was the runner-up with a 53.

On the boys side, Van Meter was the only one to field a full team and finished with a 195.

Van Meter’s Anthony Lowman was medalist with a 41.

Nodaway Valley’s Spencer Lamb was runner-up with a 45.

“Spencer had a couple of bad holes, which will get there with more practice,” Shantz said.

Colton Gross added a 63 for the Wolverines.

UP NEXT — Nodaway Valley’s girls and boys are at Perry Monday, along with Gilbert and West Central Valley.

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