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PRESS-NEWS JOURNAL, CANTON, MO. THURSDAY, MAY21, 2009 - PAGE 15 CANTON SR. SOCCER NIGHT - The seniors on the Canton Lady Tigers were honored. Left to right are Samantha Bringer, Dakota Jorgensen, Shelby Baker, Shelbie Majors and in front, manager Garrett Bader. LOOK MOM - Emma Elder smiles as she does the standing long jump, Monday, May 18 in Canton. Her morn, was near by to watch the action. REACH - Roy Johnston, 6, reaches high as he does the standing long jump during Canton's ann ual track and field day. Cold temperatures had most children bundled up. C-SC qualifies four for Track and Field Championships Culver-Stockton Col- lege has qualified three individuals and one relay team for the NAIA Track and Field Championships, May 21-23 at Southern Il- linois University in Ed- wardsville, Junior Zach Rosen- berger leads the Wildcat en- tourage to the 2009 national meet after placing sixth and earning All-America honors in the pole vault as a sopho- more last year. Rosenberg- er has won four pole vault outdoor titles this season and is ranked third in the NAIA with a jump of 16 feet, 1 inch last week at the Lindenwood Invitational in St. Charles, Mo. Freshman Jordan Bun- dy also earned a spot in the pole vault field. Bundy reached a personal-best with a jump of 15 feet, 5 inches to finish second at the Lindenwood Invitation- al and earn a provisional spot in the national field. The only member of the women's team to make the national field is freshman high jumper Janet Plonka Plonka earned an automatic trip to the national meet with a jump of 5 feet, 6 inches at the Lindenwood Invitational last weekend. Plonka, who is ranked sixth in the NAIA, also captured the HAAC high jump title with a leap of 5 feet. 3 inch- es, earning her all-confer- ence honors. C-SC will also be repre- sented in the men's 4x100- meter relay event during the national meet. The 'Cats turned in a provision- al qualifying time of 42.03 seconds during the Central Methodist/Asics Invitation- al in Fayette, Mo., April 10. Members of the relay team are senior Tyler Buckman, sophomore Marcus Bar- nett, sophomore Chaz Dial and Wesley Schmidgall. Ladies compete in LaGrange pageant The annual Jr. and Sr. Miss LaGrange Pageant was held May 14, at the Washington Park stage, starting the events of La- Grange Appreciation Days. Sahara Stapp was cho- sen as Sr. Miss LaGrange and Kaylynn Cox was selected as Jr. Miss La- Grange. In the Sr. Miss contest, first runner-up was Krissy Long, second runner-up was Sara Hoffman. In the Jr. Miss contest, Veronica King was named first runner-up and Laura Murphy was second run- ner-up. Other contestants were Leslie Powers, Shelby Grimsley, Sacoya Stapp, Dallas Kutcher, Courtney Stewart and Rachel Pow- ers. Ed Heller was emcee. Judges were Lewis Coun- ty Sheriff, David Parrish; KHQA anchor Rajah Ma- ples and Canton Fire Chief, Jeff McReynolds. Devyn Winters, 2008 Jr. Miss LaGrange,crowned the new queens. Winners Musical entertainment was provided by Mark Campbell, Rev. John Mims, Jeff White and the Green Chapel Church adult choir. Preceding the pag- eant the 2009 royalty was crowned. Selected as queen and king were Donna Col- lier and Wallace House. Glawe, Christy from Culver named NAIA Scholar-Athletes The Culver-Stockton College women's golf team had two players named 2009 Daktronics/NAIA Women's Golf Scholar-Athletes by the National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics (NAIA) this season. Those honored were Molly Glawe, a senior art major from Farmer City, I11. played in two events of the three events this spring. Megan Christy, a senior communication major from Vinton, Iowa played in two events _ lufing the spri0g . They are only the econd and third women's golfers from Culver-Stockton to be named scholar-athletes, joining Jami Zinn, who was named in 2006. Eighty-seven student- athletes were recipients of the NAIA-Daktronics Scholar-Athlete honor. Each student-athlete must have a junior or senior aca- demic standing and main- tain a minimum cumula- tive grade point average of 3.50. to be held at The annual Lions Club Fishing Rodeo will be held May 30 at Agate Lake at Wakonda State Park, south of LaGrange. This annual event is open to anyone under age 18 and sponsored by the LaGrange Lions Club and the Missouri Department of Natural Resources and Wa- konda State Park. Registration is from 7:30 to 8:30 a.m. Early registration can be made by contacting Russ Heind- selman 573-655-4639 or Wakonda State Park at 573- 655-2280. Fishing begins at 8:30 a.m. and ends at 11:00 a.m. The rodeo will be held rain or shine Children must be ac- companied by an adult and provide their own fishing equipment and bait. Prizes will be awarded and refreshments will be served. Spring Turkey Season results have been announced The Missouri Depart- The top three counties ment of Conservation re- in the northeast Missouri ports that during the 2009 were region were: Macon, Spring Turkey Season 530; Adair 480 and Scot- Lewis County had 247 land 456. Top counties in adult turkeys harvested and the state were Franklin 42 juveniles for a total of 915; Texas, 839; and St. 289 turkeys. In 2008 a total Clair, 678. of 357 turkeys were taken Statewide a total of during the spring season. 41,830 turkeys were har- vested, which is a decrease from the 2008 season totals Emergency: Dial 911 of 43,416. 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