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rll IllllllltWYlalMpilalqlilll[[llll llIH{ 1 JttllllIRlllUilMl.L t l|l| :lli |ll[lll J: 1][ X, SJll PBI IIllHm PRESS-NEWS JOURNAL, CANTON, MO. & Youth News THURSDAY, JULY2, 2009 - PAGE 14 Can-Oka Swim Team meets Hannibal June 17, Can-Oka Swim Team competed against the Hannibal Hurri- canes Swim Team, in Han- nibal. To score team points, athletes must place between first and sixth in individual events. The Canton-area athletes which contributed points toward the team's total score are listed. Swimming in Can- Oka's six and under group, Dalton Berhorst placed first in 25-yard freestyle event. Riley Marshall placed first in all three individual events in the 25-yard breaststroke, 25-yard butterfly, and 25- yard freestyle. Ages seven and eight group, Dylan Berhorst placed second in the 56- yard freestyle, 25-yard butterfly, and 25-yard free- style. Brianna Caldwell placed fourth in the 50- yard freestyle and 25-yard butterfly, second in the 25- yard breaststroke, and fifth in the 25-yard freestyle. Hunter Collins par- ticipated in the 50-yard freestyle, 25-yard butterfly, and the 25-yard freestyle. Kennedy Flanagan placed third in the 25-yard breast- stroke and participated in the 50-yard freestyle, 25- yard butterfly, and 25-yard freestyle. Allison Ford participated in the 25-yard freestyle. Katelyn Gaus placed fourth in 25-yard back- stroke and 25-yard free- style, sixth in 50-yard freestyle, and first in 25- yard butterfly. Zoe Porter participated in the 25-yard freestyle. The eight and under 100-yard freestyle all=girl relay team including Riley Marshall, Cearia Wardlow, Allison Ford, and Clara Davis finished third. of Kourtney Anderson, Sa- die Davis, Taylor Wardlow, and Sydnee Hoewing fin- ished first. The mixed 9-10 freestyle relay team with Makayla Brooks, Braedyn Hausdorf, Saylor Collins, and Brady Kice finished second. The 10 and under 100-yard mixed medley re- lay team consisting of Lydia Hunt, Vince Youmans, Ari- anna Berhorst, and Cody Baalman finished first. Swimming for Can- Oka in the 11-12 age group, Cassie Allen placed second in the 50-yard backstroke, first in the 100-yard free- style, 50-yard butterfly, and the 50-yard freestyle. Brittney Berhorst placed second in the 100-yard freestyle, 50-yard butterfly, 50-yard freestyle, and first in the 100-yard individual medley. Kaylee Boyer par- ticipated in the 50-yard and 100-yard freestyle events. Madison Chancellor par- ticipated in the 100-yard freestyle, 50-yard breast- stroke, and 50-yard free- style events. Kailee Gaither placed sixth in the 50-yard breast- stroke, fifth in the 50-yard butterfly, and participated m the 100-yard and 50- yard freestyle events. Geordan Hausdorf placed second in the 100- yard freestyle and 50-yard butterfly, third in the 50- yard breaststroke, and 50- yard freestyle. Bailey Hoewing placed fifth in the 100-yard free- style, fourth in the 50-yard breaststroke, third in the 50- yard freestyle, and 100-yard individual medley. Tanner Marshall placed fifth in the 50-yard backstroke, 100- yard freestyle, fourth in the 50-yard breaststroke, and the 50-yard freestyle. Gabe The mixed eight and McKenzie placed second in under 100-yard freestyle the 50-yard backstroke, 50- v v n r yard breaststroke, fourth in relaj eam of Djla Be- , horst, Kennedy d'! he 1 03iaId esfl'an d Hunter Collins, and Kyle larst in the 50-yard free- Anderson finished first, style. Tristan Porter placed A second eight and under mixed freestyle relay team consisting of Branton Bur- rus, Zoe Porter, Shelby Troutman, and London Brunk finished third. Eight and under mixed medley 100-yd. relay team of Bran- ton Burrus, Claire Hite, Caroline Trump, and Dylan Berhorst finished second. Ages nine - 10, Cody Baalman placed second in the 50-yard freestyle and 25-yard butterfly, and first in the 25-yard breaStstroke, and 25-yard freestyle. fifth in the 50-yard breast- stroke, third in the 50-yard butterfly, and participated in the 50-yard freestyle. The 11-12 all-girl 200- yard freestyle relay team with Brittney Berhorst, Bailey Hoewing, Kaylee Boyer, and Cassie Allen finished first. The mixed freestyle relay team of Adam Conners, Madison Chancellor, Natalie Miller, and Camille Frazier fin- ished third. A second relay team of Joseph Hite, Megan Kice, Brieanna Priebe, and Tanner Marshall finished fourth. The all-girl 200- yard medley relay team of Natalie Miller, Tristan Porter, Kailee Gaither, and Madison Chancellor fin- ished first. A second team of Courtney Brown, Me- gan Kice, Camille Frazier, and Kaylee Boyer finished second. The mixed 200-yard medley relay team with Olivia Harris, Renay Friendshuh, Geordan Haus- doff, and Gabe McKenzie finished second. In the 13-14 age group, Brandon Berhorst placed first in the 100-yard free- style the 50-yard freestyle, third in the 50-yard butter- fly, and second in the 100- yard individual medley. David McReynolds placed second in his events of the 100-yard freestyle, 50-yard breaststroke, 50- yard butterfly, and 50-yard freestyle. Tyler Niemann placed second in the 50- yard backstroke, third in the 100-yard freestyle, 50- yard breaststroke, and 50- yard freestyle. In the mixed 200-yard freestyle relay event, the team of Shelby Eggleston, Kellen Krueger, Jacob Trump, and David McReyn- olds finished second. The mixed 200-yard medley relay team of Stephanie Conners, Tyler Niemann, Brandon Berhorst, and Ali Seppelt finished first. Swimming for Can- Oka in the 15-18 age group, Kristen Buttig placed fifth in the 100-yard free- style, fourth in the 50-yard breaststroke, first in the 50- yard butterfly, and sixth in the 50-yard freestyle. Savannah Coelho placed fourth in the 50-yard backstroke, 100-yard free- style, first in the 50-yard breaststroke, arid fourth in e, 5/l:y)d (eestyle. Han- nah Cottrell placed second in the 100-yard freestyle, 50-yard breaststroke, 50- yard butterfly, and fifth in the 50-yard freestyle. Alex McKenzie placed first her events of the 50-yard back- stroke, 50-yard freestyle, and 100-yard individual medley. There was one Can- Oka 15-18 relay team which participated in the 200-yard medley relay and included Brittney You- mans, Savannah Coelho, Kristen Buttig, and Hannah Cottrell. This all-girl relay team finished first. Arianna Berhorst placed first in four individ- ual events of the 50-yard freestyle, 25-yd. butterfly, 25-yd. freestyle, and the 100-yd. individual medley. Saylor Collins placed fifth in the 25-yard breast- stroke and participated in the 50-yard freestyle, 25- yard butterfly, and 25-yard freestyle. Braedyn Hausdorf placed third in the 25-yard backstroke and 25-yard but- terry, sixth in the 50-yard freestyle, and fourth in the 25-yard freestyle. Sydnee Hoewing placed third in the 50-yard freestyle, sec- ond in the 25-yard butterfly and 25-yard freestyle, and sixth in the 100-yard indi- vidual medley. The all-girl 9-10 100- yard freestyle relay team July 15-16-17 2009 Canton Ball Field Canton, Mo. Hosted by Coach Schroeder Deadline to register is July 5 Grades 1-12 Camp Tuitition is $30.00 For more information call 660-341-4342 GOLF WINNERS Pictured are Division winners at River View Golf Club in Pepsi Little People's Golf Championship, from June 23 and 24. From the left are Champion Phillip Barbaree, Shreveport, La; second, Andy Ogletree, Little Rock, Miss.; third, Nathan Chuwait, Herndon, Va.; fiftth, Russell Matos, Lombard, II!. The player holding the envelope is Rosswell Sinclair from Mon- ument Park, South Africa. He qualified to play in the Junior World tournament in the Torrey Pines course in San Diego, Calif. The fourth place winner, Tanner Owen, Parkville, Mo., and the other fifth place winner Doc Redmon, Raleigh, NC are not pictured. Results of local golf tournament Don Sykes PNJ Staff Reporter Attendance at the 36th Annual Pepsi Little Peo- ple's Golf Championship took a severe hit from the economy and there were thirty-three other Junior tournaments being played around the world the week of June 21. But there were 529 golfers ages three to twen- ty-one who played courses in Quincy, Camp Point and Macomb, Ill., and the River View course in Can- ton, Mo. Thirty-eight states and eight foreign countries were represented by the young players. Two events in the PLPGC are played at the River View Golf Club. The Parent-Child fun event .is played on Father's Day and is an alternate shot game played for nine holes. Four divisions make up the com- petition for both girls and boys for ages 3-7, age 8-11 and 12-15 and over 16. The youngest trophy winner, this year, was three year old Madison Hicks who played with her Dad, Gary. River View hosts the 4-B Division for boys age ten and 11. Fifty-four play- ers opened the two day competition with an 18- hole round on June 23. At the end of competition on Wednesday a tie for second place required a sudden death play--off that came to an end after five holes of play. FirSt place was won by Phillip Bbaree of Shreve- po, tl f 67- 69-i 36? Addy'Dgtere of Little Rock. Miss., won the play-off for second place. His tournament scores were 71-71-142, third place trophy went home with Na- than Chuwait of Herndon, Va. He scored 72-70-142. Fourth place trophy was won by Tanner Owen of Parkville, Mo., with 68-76- 144. A tie for fifth place be- tween Doc Redmon, Ra- leigh, N.C., 72-73-145 and Russell Matos, Lombard, Ill., 74-71-145 will require trophy to be awarded. Rosswell Sinclair from Monument Park, South Africa qualified for the prestigious Junior World Tournament to be played at the Torrey Pines course in San Diego, Calif., Sinclair carded 71-77-148, the best score from among the six eligible players who signed up for the competition. Physical Therapy Sports Medicine Occupational Therapy Specialty Fitness Alisha Rees, MPT You do have a choice. Exercise your physical therapy options and contact us today at 573-288-3311 Qualified Therapists for Advanced Results