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September 16, 2013

Morrison 6th, Erie 7th

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BOYS

KEWANEE BOILER GOLF INVITATIONAL

Team standings

1. Mercer County 331, 2. Ridgewood 336, t-3. Kewanee and Peru St. Bede 338, 5. Hall Township 343, 6. Morrison 356, 7. Erie 369, 8. Amboy 370, 9. Putnam County 377, 10. Orion 389, 11. Knoxville 413, 12. Stark County 418, 13. Mid-County 424, 14. Henry 427.

Individual leaders

1. Jack Bumann (Ridgewood, medalist) 73; 2. Noah Shannon (Ridgewood) 79, t-3. Jake Kennedy (Henry), Pete Mautino (Hall) and Joe Dudek (St. Bede) 80.

MORRISON -- 11. Ben Tegeler 83; t-15. Noah Hogue 85; t-30. Brock Smith 93; t-40. Anthony Tenboer 95; t-44. Nick Kaufman 96.

ERIE -- 17. Koby Kuhnen 86; t-18. Levi Floming 87; t-26. Brandon Heppner 91; 58. Brody Rickels 105; t-60. Tanner Brockway and Brandon Howell 108.

GIRLS

STILLMAN VALLEY INVITATIONAL

Prairie View Golf Course

Team standings

1. Byron 398; 2. Eastland 418; 3. Indian Creek 420; 4. Plano 429; 5. Rockford Lutheran 436; 6. Erie 441; 7. Peru St. Bede 453; 8. Rockridge 457; 9. Genoa-Kingston 464; 10. St. Edward 472; 11. Stillman Valley 474; 12. Harvard 484; 13. Prophetstown 506; 14. Westmont 515.

Individual leaders

1. Rylie Loux (Plano) 82; 2. Andrea Stromaier (GK) 86; 3. Rachel Hopkins (By) 92; 4. (tie) Kelsey Page (RL), Ryann Scully (SE) 94.

ERIE -- Katlyn Weber 100, Morgan Newton 103, Lexi Floming 114, Lindsey Tempelmann 124, Sera Bebon 130,

PROPHETSTOWN -- Taylor Kelly 119, Abbey Baker 120, Madi Purvis 133, Breanna Sandrock 134, Catherine Cooney 135, Jordan Juhola 146.

 

 

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