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Nov 20, 2013


The Breakfast Club- Week 11

Team Name W L

1. The Morning Glory’s 29 15

2. On the Edge 28 16

3. Lucky Charms 26 18

4. Horizons Unlimited 24 20

5. The Bloody Mary’s 23.5 20.5

6. Sweet Rollers 21 23

7. Kessel’s Conoco 20 24

8. Country Gals 17.5 26.5

9. Kiefer Enterprises 16 20

10. Flamingo Lanes 15 29


High Scores

Team Scratch Game: Lucky Charms 461

Team Scratch Series: Kessel’s Conoco 1296

Team Handicap Game: Flamingo Lanes 595

Team Handicap Series: Flamingo Lanes 1664

Individual Scratch Game: Jane Adam 194

Individual Scratch Series: Jane Adam 522

Individual Handicap Game: Carol Harrington 233

Individual Handicap Series: Gay


The Chief League- Week 12

Team Name W L

1. Kurtz Dozing 34 14

2. Best Western 31 17

3. Odd Balls- Taco John’s 27.5 20.5

4. Queen Pins 24.5 23.5

5. Holder Plumbing 24 24

6. Hideaway 22 26

7. Hideaway 2 20 28


High Scores

Team Scratch Game: Kurtz Dozing 516

Team Scratch Series: Kurtz Dozing 1406

Team Handicap Game: Kurtz Dozing 648

Team Handicap Series: Kurtz Dozing 1802

Individual Scratch Game: Cathy Lathrop 205

Individual Scratch Series: Cathy Lathrop 565

Individual Handicap Game: Jeni Roe 242

Individual Handicap Series: Cathy Lathrop 649


Braves and Maidens

Team Name W L

1. Mohicans 19 9

2. Cheyenne 17 11

3. Hopi 15.5 12.5

4. Sioux 15 13

5. Commanche 15 13

6. Chippewa 15 13

7. Kiowa 14 14

8. Navahoe 13.5 14.5

9. Iroquois 10 18


High Scores

Team Scratch Game: Sioux 704

Team Scratch Series: Sioux 1912

Team Handicap Game: Sioux 875

Team Handicap Series: Sioux 2425

Individual Scratch Men: Lyle Forrest 224

Individual Scratch Women: Alyssa Chatfield 179

Individual Series Men: Lyle Forrest 588

Individual Series Women: Alyssa Chatfield 513


Eighth grade girls beat Aldo Leopold

The Fairfield eighth grade girl’s basketball team dominated Burlington Aldo Leopold by the score of 63-6.

Aldo Leopold was not able to manage a basket until the third quarter. Ashtyn Drish led Fairfield shooters with 21 points. Lynsey Finney put in 10 points.

“Our girls really ran the floor well. We had a lot of steals and got points off of them,” Fairfield coach Derek Philips said. “We shot the ball better tonight and picked up our intensity.”

Nicole Buch put in nine points. Amiah Neff and Ashley Pool eached chipped in with six points.

Fairfield’s next game is Monday at Keokuk.


Seventh grade boys continue dominating streak

The seventh grade boy’s basketball team defeated Fort Madison 50-35 Monday.

Austin Simpson scored 24 points and brought in 10 rebounds. Collin Breen scored 16 points. Cole Engle scored only two points, but made his presence felt with six rebounds and five assists.

The Trojans won the B game 24-6. Tristan Waugh, Jackson Weaton and Noah Stone all scored six points.

The A team won again Tuesday by beating Aldo Leopold 54-10. Carson Crile led the Trojans with 18 points and nine rebounds. Simpson scored 17 points and caught seven rebounds. Breen led the squad with eight assists.

The B team won 13-10. Reese Klehm led Fairfield in scoring with four points. Stone, A.J. Greiner, and Cooper Drish each scored two points.

Fairfield’s next game is 4:30 p.m. Monday at home against Keokuk.


Hawk Eye names All-District team

The Burlington Hawk Eye has named its Class A District 5 All-District football team for 2013.

Van Buren had many players make the team this season. The Warriors made their first playoff appearance in school history and lost in the first round to B-G-M, Brooklyn, who will be playing in the state championship game Thursday.

Aaron Clemens was named to the first team as a running back. The senior rushed for 787 yards and nine touchdowns. Quarterback Garrett Saunders was named as a utility player.

Senior linebacker Casey Jones was named to the first team defense. Jones recorded 78 total tackles, which was second on the team. Cornerback Brayden Starnes made 58 tackles and caught four interceptions. Mitch Garrels was named as a utility player.

Defensive back Brandon Plecker and linebacker Hunter Coffman were both named to the second team.

Braxton Bainbridge, Hunter Coffman, Wyatt Cole, Sam Dickinson, Luke Elfers, Mitch Garrels, Kolton Horn, Casey Jones, Dakota LaRue, Brandon Plecker, Garrett Saunders, Brayden Starnes, Jonah Stovall, Noah Stovall and Noah Whitten all made the All-Academic team.

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