Swisher's Ian Johnston wins HJGT title

Prairie junior shots 147 at Black Bear Challenge

Swisher’s Ian Johnston is awarded his trophy for winning the Black Bear Challenge in Eustis. Fla. (Family photo)
Swisher’s Ian Johnston is awarded his trophy for winning the Black Bear Challenge in Eustis. Fla. (Family photo)

Swisher’s Johnston wins HJGT Challenge

EUSTIS, Fla. — Sixteen-year-old Ian Johnston of Swisher won the Hurricane Junior Golf Tour Black Bear Challenge last weekend.

A junior at Cedar Rapids Prairie, Johnston carded four birdies in the final round to win the event by two shots. His two-day total was 147 (74,73).

More than 57 junior golfers from around the country competed in the 16-18 age bracket. The win qualifies Johnston for the HJGT Tournament of Champions Dec. 1-2.

28 Moser athletes win gold

IOWA FALLS — Twenty-eight members of the Moser School of Dance and Gymnastic team won titles recently at a USTA Power Tumbling meet here.

There were 20 teams and around 400 athletes competing meet.

Moser’s winners were Carter Phillips, Hannabelle Erickson, Sophia Geistkemper, Amiya Birkel, Reagan Dolan, Brooklin Ante, Kaydence Ahart, Mikya Britton, Isabella Barrett, Ava Nolan, Elizabeth Recker, Makayla Cuellar, Aubrey Wilson, Ella Davidshofer, Elysa Konrardy, Memphis Peyton, Destiny Wall, Baileigh Uthoff, Ella Krivanek, Grace Anton, Julia Kuennen, Kaia Engelhardt, Madilyn Payne, Laura Pierschbacher, Ava Seevell, Brody Ries, Lainey Payne and Adalyn Fette.

Myra Clasen was a runner-up, along with Gabrielle Guilford, Keziah McQuillen, Lily Schmitz, Madeline Martin, Isabel Markham, Kylie Belinsky, Kennedy Bulman, Allie Esmann, Megan Pierschbacher, Ella Oberbreckling, Kaitlin Besler, Emma Fisher, Kaleah Belinsky, Tucker Erickson, Kallyn Henney, Myra Peyton, Marlie Schissel, Kadee Batterson, Ella Frieden, Jorgie schulte and Madelyn Pope.

Third-place finishers were Makayla Gasper, Melanie Lutgen, Madelyn Schmitz, Isabel Lutgen, Emma Bockenstedt, Claire Wiese, Taylor Mullis, Kennedi Bevans, Ella Glawatz, Autumn Domeyer, Natalie Besler, Hannah Seevell, Madelyn Bockenstedt, Phillip Johnson, Avery Fette and Mya Bockenstedt.



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