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September 22, 2013

Panthers movin' on

Pioneer girls golf advances to regional for first time in 11 years

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The Cougars were led by Cameron Conn’s 22nd place (17:59.4). Patrick Lewis was next with a 55th place (18:13.9). Morgan Underwood came in 131st place (19:22.1). John Cooper came in 211st (19:30.8), and Ethan Reinke was 310th (19:50.9).

Dylan Brice was the top Panther with a 29th place (18:10.5). Jacob Van Horn was 100th (19:11). Jonathon Phillips came in 181st (19:31). Matt Williams was 277th (19:41), and Jared Spencer placed 398th (20:15.8).

Caston was led by Seth Cousins with a fifth place finish (16:55.9). Darin Chew was 105th (19:53.4). Dalton Daily came in 209th (19:59.7). Andrew Smith was 332nd (20:19.7), and Brant Buczkowski was 511th (22:07.7).

Jake Graf led the Berries with a 77th place (17:44.7). Kyle Jordan was next at 189th place (18:18.8). Alex Calisto came in 310 place (18:32.5). Orlando Toloza was 435th (18:41.9), and Kenny Echols came in 579th (19:03.2).

Valparaiso was the winner in Class AAA with 85 points.

Girls XC

New Prairie Invitational

Winamac was second in Class A with 116 points. The Warriors were 29 points away from Hebron who won the class with 87 points. Carroll was sixth (195). Caston came in 19th (463), and Pioneer only had four runners for an incomplete team score. Logansport finished in 22nd place with 623 points in the Class AAA. Penn was tops in the Class AAA with 93 points.

Jaydyn Scott led the Warriors with ninth place finish (21:13.9). Claire Collins was 23rd (21:31). Kial Beach came in 45th (22:00.4). Dagny Zupin placed 71st (22:15.8), and Lillian Linch was 116th (23:18.9).

The Cougars were led by Shari Bowers with a 16th place finish (21:43.1). Jordyn Romanski was 51st (22:53). Alivia Seward came in 90th (23:00.3). Madison Rinehart placed 138th (23:22.5), and Macy Wright was 195th (23:43.7).

Adrianna Dague led the Comets with a seventh place finish (21:09.6). Jenna Showley was 65th (23:47.9). Hannah Cousins placed 162nd (25:58). Marli Leazenby came in 312th (31:53.6), and Hope Weaver was 463rd (31:55).

Pioneer was led by Haley McWherter with a 35th place finish (22:45.6). Maddie Boucher was 107th (25:53.9). Kayla Miller came in 110th (26:04.2), and Brianna Rude was 166th (31:11.4).

The Berries were led by Maddi Zartman with a 106th place finish (22:09.2). Ashlyn Lythgoe was 222nd (22:20.1). Abbi Zartman came in 348th (22:43.4). Gracie Musselman was 477th (22:44.8), and Jennifer Kreighbaum came in 623rd (23:47.4).

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