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  • Clarinda Woman Transported to Hospital After Rollover Accident

    (Clarinda) One person was injured in a single vehicle accident in Page County Tuesday afternoon.

     

    Authorities say 26-year-old Kahla Morrison, of Clarinda, was transported by Clarinda Ambulance to the Clarinda Hospital after rolling her car onto its top. Morrison was eastbound on 150th Street and attempting to turn north as the road curves when she lost control, slid into the east ditch, and rolled. She was located walking on her own power about one mile north of the scene of the accident and denied any pain, but Clarinda Ambulance was called and she was transported. 

     

    Bennett Blake

    4/17/14


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  • Atlantic and Nodaway Valley Win Team Titles at Shenandoah Boys Golf Tourney

    (Shenandoah) Evan Schuler (pictured) shot a three under par 67 to lead Atlantic to the team title at the Shenandoah boy’s golf tournament Tuesday afternoon. The senior shot under par for his third straight round in as many tries this season. He fired a one under par 32, at Atlantic, one under par 31 at Pine Valley in Creston and now a -3 at the 18-hole tournament in Shenandoah.

    “A three under 67 is just a great score and it’s nice to see him staying under par,” stated Atlantic Head Coach Ed Denbeste. “He had one bogey, four birdies, and everything else pars. He just hit the ball really well.”

    Atlantic won the team title with a 309. Sam Renaud shot a 79 and finished 7th overall.

    “Sam Renaud’s 79 is a great score for him and I was glad to see him finish below 80,” Denbeste said.


    Cooper Zablocki carded an 81 and Jake Olsen shot and 82 to finish 10th and 15th place respectively.

    “If we can shoot two in the 70’s and two in the low eighties we are going to do really well in tournaments,” said Denbeste.

    Nodaway Valley won the small school division with a 334.

    Large School Team Results:
    1.      Atlantic 309
    2.      Shenandoah 320
    3.      Denison 329
    4.      Maryville 334
    5.      Glenwood 336
    6.      Clarinda 364
    7.      Red Oak 390

    All Individuals:
    1.      Evan Schuler, Atlantic, 67
    2.      Kobe Rhodes, Maryville, 74
    3.      Jackson Baker, Shenandoah, 76
    4.      Connor Paulsen, Denison, 77
    5.      Delson Grantham, Nodaway Valley,77
    6.      Julian Beckman, 78
    7.      Sam Renaud, Atlantic, 79
    8.      Evan Baldwin, SW Valley, 79
    9.      Hunter Hayes, Glenwood, 80
    10.  Cooper Zablocki, Atlantic, 81
    11.  Dustin Wolters, Glenwood, 81
    12.  Ryan Plambeck, Clarinda, 81
    13.  Jackson Lamb, Nodaway Valley, 81
    14.  Zane O’Neil, Shenandoah, 82
    15.  Jake Olsen, Atlantic, 82

    Small School Team results:
    1.      Nodaway Valley 334
    2.      East Mills 354
    3.      Southwest Valley 389
    4.      Tarkio, Missouri 446
    5.      Southwest Iowa 454

    April 16, 2014


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