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Examiner
  • Peters sparks Cats to third-place finish

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  • By The Examiner staff
    For the second year in a row, Blue Springs’ Mariah Peters was medalist at the Mo-Kan Invitational girls golf tournament Monday at Blue Hills Country Club, and her efforts led the Wildcats to a third-place finish out of 18 teams.
    Peters carded a 76 for medalist honors. Notre Dame de Sion totaled 355 on its home course to win the tournament, followed by Warrensburg (358), Blue Springs (366) and Blue Springs South (371).
    Jailyn Marshall’s 88 backed Peters for Blue Springs, with Mady Acers (96), Cassie Cloninger (106) and Hannah Reynolds (112) also playing.
    Madison Frerking carded an 82 and Jordan Rehkow an 83 to pace South, followed by Tara Thorp (95) and Brooke Howe (111).
    On Wednesday, Peters again earned medalist honors, firing a 2-over-par 38 to lead Blue Springs to a 172-204 win over Pembroke Hill at Blue Springs Country Club.
    Acers and Marshall each shot 43 and Hannah Reynolds fired a 48 to complete the Wildcats’ scoring. Kalli Wood (51), Taylor Nettles (57) and Cloninger (59) also played for Blue Springs.
    FORT OSAGE 231, WINNETONKA 243: Fort Osage closed a 6-3 dual season by defeating Winnetonka at par-36 Hodge Park Golf Course Wednesday.
    Fort Osage’s Kaylah Iloilo shot 51 to earn medalist honors. Marina Rios shot 56, Alexis Erickson 59, Sam Swoffer 65 and Alexis Kierna 69 to complete the Indians’ scoring.
    “I was pleased with the last win,” Fort Osage coach Joy Kotzbach said.
    On Tuesday, the Indians shot 240 and fell to Raymore-Peculiar (203) and Belton (211) at par-36 WinterStone Golf Course.
    Iloilo shot 53 to lead Fort Osage, followed by Rios (56), Erickson (63) and Swoffer (68).
    Ray-Pec’s Sophia Sadaro took medalist honors with a 47.
    RAYTOWN 231, WILLIAM CHRISMAN 237: Secarya Webb’s 52 paced Raytown to the victory at par-36 Drumm Farm Golf Course Wednesday.
    The Bears were led by Amanda Olsen’s 54. Kailee Manley shot 57, Brigit Leutzinger 61 and Jenna Gruner 65.
    “There was a big improvement,” Chrisman coach Jacob Basnight said of his team.
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