Ad-Express and Daily Iowegian, Centerville, IA


May 13, 2014

Redettes sixth at Mohawk Invite

MORAVIA — Pleasantville ran away with the team title at the Lady Mohawk Invitational Thursday, while the Centerville Redettes finished sixth and the Moravia Lady Mohawks finished eighth.

Centerville’s Bailey Johnson was the highest finishing local golfer, shooting a round of 107 to finish 22nd overall.

Marissa Hunt and Leah Scott tied for 25th overall, each carding 111. Molly Heffron was one stroke behind them, to finish 27th and round out the top-four shooters for the Redettes.

Also turning in cards for Centerville were freshmen Camryn Moorman and Erissa McGill, who ended the day with scores of 116 and 142, respectively.

Pleasantville’s Hannah Gordon took medalist honors with a score of 88.

Gretchen Norris turned in a score of 122 strokes to lead the Lady Falcons in their scoring efforts. Josie Fears turned in the best score for the Moravia Lady Mohawks, carding 135 strokes.

Lady Mohawk Invitational

at The Preserve at Rathbun Lake

Thursday, May 8

Par 72

Team scores — 1, Pleasantville 378; 2, Central Decatur 395; 3, Albia 424; 4, Davis County 437; 5, PCM, Monroe 438; 6, Centerville 441; 7, Clarke 485; 8, Moravia 553.

Medalist — Hannah Gordon (PV) 88. Runner-up medalist — Cassidy Van Veen (PCM) 89.

Centerville individuals — 22, Bailey Johnson 107; T25, Marissa Hunt 111; T25, Leah Scott 111; 26, Molly Heffron 112; 31, Camryn Moorman 116; 44, Erissa McGill 142.

Moravia individuals — 39, Josie Fears 135; 40, Saharra Conkity 136; 42, Jenna Wilson 139; 45, Jacque Gance 143; 46, Desi Underwood 144; 51, Ashley Davis 162.

Wayne individuals — 32, Gretchen Norris 122; 49 Haley Hamilton 154.

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