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April 11, 2014

Redettes win three straight

CENTERVILLE — The Centerville Redettes have started the golf season with a three-meet win streak.

After winning their opening meet at home on April 1, Centerville has recorded back-to-back meet wins on Monday and Tuesday.

On Monday, Centerville won the Moravia quadrangular at The Preserve by a 15 stroke margin.

Centerville’s Molly Heffron tied with Eddyville’s Loren Bupp for the meet medalist spot, with 51 strokes. Wayne’s Adrien Pounds was the runner-up medalist with a total of 53 strokes.

Bailey Johnson, Marissa Hunt and Erissa McGill rounded out the Redettes top-four shooters. They recorded totals of 55, 56 and 63, respectively.

Wayne’s Amy NyBerg and Katie Reed each carded 59 for the Lady Falcons’ second and third best scores. Kelly McCurdy rounded out the top four with a total of 66 strokes.

Moravia’s Ashley Smith recorded the Lady Mohawk’s high score of the day, carding a 69. Rounding out the top-four for the Lady Mohawks were Saharra Conkity, with 72, and Jenna Wilson and Cheyenne Gibbs, each with 76.

The Redettes would win their meet in Davis County on Tuesday as well. They carded a score of 225, besting Davis County’s score of 242 and Moravia’s score of 289.

Molly Heffron carded 52 to take the meet medalist honors for Centerville. Rounding out the top shooters for Centerville were Leah Scott and Bailey Johnson, each with 55, and Marissa Hunt and Camryn Moorman, with 63.

Centerville will host their own Redettes Invitational on Tuesday at 1 p.m. at Manhattan.

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