Ad-Express and Daily Iowegian, Centerville, IA


May 8, 2014

Redettes second in triangular

ALBIA — The Albia Lady Dee golf team moved its record to 18-1 on the season with a home win Monday night at the Albia Golf Club.

Albia scored a 202 to defeat South Central Conference foes Centerville, who finished second with a score of 222, and Davis County, who fired a team round of 234.

Junior Lexie Van Polen led Albia with a score of 44 to gain medalist honors by eight shots over Lady Dee teammate Cassie Crall and Molly Heffron of Centerville, both of whom fired a round of 52. Skylar Yahnke led Davis County with a round of 56.

The Redettes are in Moravia for the Lady Mohawk Invitational today at 1 p.m. Centerville will join Albia, Davis County, Chariton and Eddyville-Blakesburg-Fremont next Tuesday at the South Central Conference Tournament in Oskaloosa.

Albia triangular

at Albia Golf Club

May 5

Par 36

Team scoring — 1. Albia 202, 2. Centerville 222, 3. Davis County 234.

Medalist — Lexie Van Polen (A) 44. Runner-up — Crall (A) and Molly Heffron (C) 52

Centerville individuals — Heffron 52, Marissa Hunt 54, Leah Scott 54, Bayleigh Johnson 62, Camryn Moorman 64, Erissa McGill 64.

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