Posted: Friday, August 24, 2012 12:00 pm
Both Dresden teams
finish 2nd at home
Dresden was impressive on its home course.
Both Lion cross country teams placed second overall in the 2nd annual Dresden Invitational 5K cross country meet Tuesday.
The Lady Lions finished behind Obion Central, while the Lion boys’ squad, competing as a team for the first time, was runner-up to Madison Academic.
OC also had the top girls’ runner, while Union City had the best boy in the field.
Catey Delaney and Austin Maxey led the Lion teams with fourth-place finishes, Delaney posting a time of 23:30 in the girls’ meet and Maxey running a time of 18:28 in the boys’ event.
Theresa Minisquero was eighth in a time of 24:43, Katelin Brown finished 19th in 26:49, Eve Woodson ran a time of 29:07 to finish 29th overall, Alyssa Lilly’s time of 30:31 was good for 38th and Laura Bell was 54th in the girls’ event with a time of 33:54.
Donavan Davis was right behind Maxey in fifth place with a time of 18:39, while Colten Delaney was 13th in 19:30.
Tim Huestis was 20th, running the course in 20:18.
best at Persimmon
Tony Robinson shot the best round, while Westview had the top team in boys’ prep golf action at Persimmon Hills recently.
Robinson shot a 35 for medalist honors, while Houston Haag and Barrett Belote both posted a 41 to lead Westview to a team-low score of 170.
Greenfield was second with a 186, and Clarksburg finished third with a 202.
Dresden had two golfers in the boys’ event, while the Greenfield girls played a round as well.
Nick Hart shot a 43, and Jordan Long finished with a 45 for the Chargers.
Damon Biddle shot 48, Chris Reddick had a 50, and Mason Hilliard ended play with a 53 for the Yellowjackets.
Peyton Williams posted the third lowest score with a 44, while Joseph Martin shot a 50 for Dresden.
For the Lady ’Jackets, Ashley Tucker shot a 51, and McCall Scates totaled a 61.
Guthrie leads WV
to soccer triumph
Kayla Guthrie 3, Lexington 2.
Guthrie scored all three of her team’s goals to help the Lady Chargers win their girls’ prep soccer season-opener Tuesday.
Certainly not a one-person win, Reagan Brock and Emily Plunk each had an assist, while Makenzie Vincent had three saves in goal for Westview hosts USJ 6 p.m. Tuesday.
1 day, 2 holes-in-one
on Sharon course
Monday was two-in-one day at Persimmon Hills Golf Club in Sharon as two holes-in-one were recorded on the 13th hole.
The first was posted by Jim Scott of Sharon, who used a 7-iron on the par-3 hole, which measures 150 yards.
Dennis Taylor witnessed the shot.
Later in the day, Steve Huggins aced that same hole using a 4-hybrid club.
Jim Stover witnessed the shot.
Published in The WCP 8.23.12