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Regional girls golf roundup

The East Union girls golf team poses after winning finishing its regional round. EU edged Mount Ayr to win the Mount Ayr regional. Pictured from left to right are Anna Collins, Quinn Eslinger, Lauren Hadley and Abby Harper.
The East Union girls golf team poses after winning finishing its regional round. EU edged Mount Ayr to win the Mount Ayr regional. Pictured from left to right are Anna Collins, Quinn Eslinger, Lauren Hadley and Abby Harper.

East Union girls win Mount Ayr regional

MOUNT AYR – The East Union girls edged Mount Ayr Monday at Mount Ayr Golf and Country Club, shooting a 424 for the low team score.

The Raiderettes were behind the Eagle girls with a team score of 436. Both teams advanced, keeping their seasons alive in hopes of catching a state title.

Central Decatur’s Kristen Schaff shot the individual low of the tournament, scoring a 77.

East Union’s Quinn Eslinger and Anna Collins finished second and third, scoring an 88 and a 95, respectively. Eslinger took runner-up honors as both advanced to the regional final.

Abby Harper finished 10th with a 111 and Lauren Hadley scored a 130 for the Eagles, finishing 16th.

Mount Ayr’s Kaitlyn Dolecheck scored a 105, finishing seventh. Abbi Haley (106) and Melaina Haley (108) finished eighth and ninth, respectively.

Elsie Schafer scored a 117 and Hanna Ackley shot a 131 for the Raiderettes. Kylee Smith ended her day at 141.

Lenox, Nodaway Valley shoot at Regionals

ANITA – The Lenox and Nodaway Valley girls hit Crestwood Hills in search of a sectional playoff berth Monday, finishing sixth and seventh in team scoring.

Lenox posted a team score of 463 and Nodaway Valley tallied a team score of 508. Southwest Valley was present at the tournament, but did not score as a team due to not meeting the roster minimum.

Sammi Jahde shot an 84 for CAM, finishing as medalist.

Nodaway Valley was led by Megan Russell, shooting the team low 115. Paisley Kintigh was the next lowest at 124.

Chelsey Hoakison had the low for Lenox, shooting a 99. Austen David shot a 111 and Jordan England shot a 126 for the Tigers. Hoakison’s score was good enough to make the cut for regional final as an individual.

Southwest Valley’s best score was from Aubrey Boswell, shooting a 116. Sydney Westlake and Abbie Wetzel shot a 123 and a 126 for the Timberwolves, respectively.

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