The Isanti County News » Sports http://isanticountynews.com The Isanti County News covers community news, sports, current events and provides advertising and information for the cities of Cambridge, Isanti, and Braham, Minnesota and their surrounding areas. Fri, 04 Sep 2015 16:47:28 +0000 en-US hourly 1 Bomber Football lights up Tigers http://isanticountynews.com/2015/09/04/bomber-football-lights-up-tigers/ http://isanticountynews.com/2015/09/04/bomber-football-lights-up-tigers/#comments Fri, 04 Sep 2015 16:29:41 +0000 http://isanticountynews.com/?p=125100 Jacob Ambrose ran to daylight and the end zone to score the Bombers' second touchdown over a three-minute span at Rush City Sept. 3. Photos by Greg Hunt
Jacob Ambrose ran to daylight and the end zone to score the Bombers’ second touchdown over a three-minute span at Rush City Sept. 3. Photos by Greg Hunt

Braham improved to 3-0 on the season with a 55-0 roll over host Rush City Sept. 3. Pulling in touchdown catches from John Larson were Ryan Larson, Jacob Ambrose, Avery Nestel and Ryan Riesing. The Bombers out-gained the Tigers 340-87 in total offense.

More high school sports scores)

Braham Volleyball:  3-0 over Royalton Sept. 1

C-I Volleyball:  3-0 over Duluth East Sept. 3

Braham Country:  Bomber boys varsity seventh place at Princeton Invitational Sept. 3

Cambridge-Isanti Girls Soccer:  0-3 against St. Cloud Apollo Sept. 1

 

Cambridge-Isanti Football:  7-59 against Elk River Sept. 3

**The C-I Bluejacket Volleyball squad will compete at the Eden Prairie Invitational Sept. 5

Senior D-end Kyle Johnson (68) returned a fumble 70 yards for a touchdown against RC to live out a defensive lineman's dream. The TD made it 28-0 in the second quarter.
Senior D-end Kyle Johnson (68) returned a fumble 70 yards for a touchdown against RC to live out a defensive lineman’s dream. The TD made it 28-0 in the second quarter.
Braham's Brandon Wyganowski (left) and Thomas Warner striding in the steamy Princeton CC Invite Sept. 3.
Braham’s Brandon Wyganowski (left) and Thomas Warner striding in the steamy Princeton CC Invite Sept. 3.
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Bombers, Bluejacket post football victories http://isanticountynews.com/2015/08/29/bombers-bluejacket-post-football-victories/ http://isanticountynews.com/2015/08/29/bombers-bluejacket-post-football-victories/#comments Sat, 29 Aug 2015 16:09:52 +0000 http://isanticountynews.com/?p=124910 Braham quarterback John Larson
Braham quarterback John Larson

Senior quarterback John Larson passed for 227 yards when Braham football downed visiting Crosby-Ironton 52-28 on Aug. 28.  Solomon Overton rushed for 86 yards, and Ryan Larson led the Braham receivers with 99 yards in the win over the Knights. The Bombers are now 2-0 and play at Rush City Sept. 3.

• Cambridge-Isanti evened its record at 1-1 by defeating visiting Duluth East 28-17 on Aug. 28.  Nate Muehlberg averaged 7.2 yards a carry while gaining 166 ground yards for the Bluejackets, scoring two touchdowns. Austin Schlenker put up 135 rushing yards, and he tied the game at 7-7 with a 41-yard interception return for a TD late in the second quarter. ]]> http://isanticountynews.com/2015/08/29/bombers-bluejacket-post-football-victories/feed/ 0 Redbirds fight way to State tourney http://isanticountynews.com/2015/08/24/redbirds-fight-way-to-state-tourney/ http://isanticountynews.com/2015/08/24/redbirds-fight-way-to-state-tourney/#comments Mon, 24 Aug 2015 16:30:52 +0000 http://isanticountynews.com/?p=124730 Tyler Schaff returned from an injury to double and score in his first at-bat of the 9-3 win over Anoka. Photos by Greg Hunt

Tyler Schaff returned from an injury to double and score in his first at-bat of the Redbirds’ 9-3 win over Anoka. Photos by Greg Hunt

Isanti jumped to a 6-0 lead and went on to defeat Anoka 9-3 to clinch a State berth in the Class B amateur baseball tournament on Aug. 20. B.J. Samuelson led the offense with 4 hits while Jake Johnson got the win in relief of starter Adam West by notching 10 strikeouts over 5.3 innings.

On Saturday, Aug. 22, Forest Lake tipped the Redbirds 3-2 to claim the top seed for State out of Section 2B. Isanti scored its runs in the top of the ninth, with Jeff Bowman collecting an RBI. Matt Duong (5.6 innings, 4 strikeouts) and Brian Schultz (2.3 innings, 3 strikeouts) shared pitching duties for Isanti.

The Redbirds will open the 2015 Class B State tourney at Watkins on Friday night, Aug. 28, at 5:30 p.m. against Chaska. A win will send them to the 1:30 p.m. game on Aug. 29 at St. Cloud MAC against either Metro Minny partner Blaine or Rochester.

Forest Lake will play 2014 runner-up Beaudreau’s on Aug. 27 at Watkins. Coon Rapids of the Metro Minny plays Miesville Aug. 27, also in Watkins.

Kyle Johnson signalled to runner Brian Schultz to score standing up after B.J. Samuelson singled him home as the Redbirds clinched a State berth by winning the series over Anoka in Section 2B action.
Kyle Johnson signalled to runner Brian Schultz to score standing up after B.J. Samuelson singled him home as the Redbirds clinched a State berth by winning the series over Anoka in Section 2B action.
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Apollo Eagles air attack defeats Bluejackets in 2015 opener http://isanticountynews.com/2015/08/24/apollo-eagles-air-attack-defeats-bluejackets-in-2015-opener/ http://isanticountynews.com/2015/08/24/apollo-eagles-air-attack-defeats-bluejackets-in-2015-opener/#comments Mon, 24 Aug 2015 16:08:38 +0000 http://isanticountynews.com/?p=124724 C-I quarterback Austin Schlenker followed his line to gain yards against Apollo in the first half of the Aug. 22 season opener. Schlenker rushed for 110 yards and scored two touchdowns in the 32-21 road loss.  Photos by Greg Hunt
C-I quarterback Austin Schlenker followed his line to gain yards against Apollo in the first half of the Aug. 22 season opener. Schlenker rushed for 110 yards and scored two touchdowns in the 32-21 road loss. Photos by Greg Hunt

St. Cloud Apollo quarterback Joey Atkinson threw two touchdowns in the second quarter which opened a lead the Eagles never relinquished in a 32-21 win over visiting Cambridge-Isanti in the teams’ season opener on Aug. 22. The game was played at Husky Stadium on the SCSU campus.

Bluejacket quarterback Austin Schlenker scored on a 15-yard for the team’s first touchdown of the season which tied the game at 7-7. After the Eagles’ lead expanded to 25-7, Schlenker and Nate Muehlberg added TDs for the Bluejackets in the second half.

Atkinson passed for 319 yards for SCA, and Muehlberg and Schlenker combined for 223 rushing yards for the Bluejackets.

Cambridge-Isanti will next host Duluth East on Aug. 28 (7 p.m.) for the team’s home opener.

 

Braham 42, Chisholm 6

Braham football opened the 2015 season with a solid win at new district partner Chisholm on Aug. 22. The Bombers’ home opener will be this Friday, Aug. 28 (7 p.m.) against Crosby-Ironton.

Bluejacket safety Ben Nelson knocking away a pass in the end zone against Apollo on Saturday night.
Bluejacket safety Ben Nelson knocking away a pass in the end zone against Apollo on Saturday night.
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Redbirds and Anoka head to rubber game in 2B playoffs http://isanticountynews.com/2015/08/19/redbirds-and-anoka-head-to-rubber-game-in-2b-playoffs/ http://isanticountynews.com/2015/08/19/redbirds-and-anoka-head-to-rubber-game-in-2b-playoffs/#comments Wed, 19 Aug 2015 14:41:40 +0000 http://isanticountynews.com/?p=124574 The Section 2B playoff series between Isanti and Anoka will go the distance after the teams split their games last weekend on Castle Field at Anoka High. The rubber game has been rain-delayed until Thursday, Aug. 20 (7:30 p.m.) back at Castle Field.
Centerfielder Tristan Zimprich received a little love from Isanti manager Steve Allen (4) and Dan Hamann (19) after he gunned out a swift Anoka runner at third base in the first inning of the 2015 playoffs. Photos by Greg Hunt
Centerfielder Tristan Zimprich received a little love from Isanti manager Steve Allen (4) and Dan Hamann  after he gunned out a swift Anoka runner at third base in the first inning of the 2015 playoffs. Photos by Greg Hunt

Tough pitching and stellar defense were the highlights in the playoff opener on a very hot and windy Saturday, Aug. 15 when the Redbirds slipped past the Bucs 3-2 in 10 innings. Brent Tholen singled and scored on Matt Duong’s walk-off base hit to clinch it for the ’Birds.

Isanti’s Jake Johnson was matched against Anoka’s Jack Niedenfuer on the mound. Johnson threw eight innings, striking out six while allowing seven hits. Wade Reichmann got the win with two scoreless and hitless innings of relief, striking out two Bucs. Niedenfuer tossed 9.3 innings for Anoka, posting nine Ks.

Johnson was aided with several standout playoff plays by the Redbird defense. In the top of the first, centerfielder Tristan Zimprich gunned out a runner at third to get out of the inning. In the third, the Bucs had the bases loaded with no outs, but third baseman Duong and catcher Kyle Johnson turned a home-and-first double play. Then shortstop Brian Schultz went deep in the hole to his right to get the third out at first.

In the fourth after the Bucs scored their two runs, Johnson escaped further damage by getting a strikeout on a curve and then inducing a grounder to first baseman Brett Becklin. Kyle Johnson also threw out a would-be base stealer at second in the sixth inning.

The Redbirds got out of a bases-loaded jam with no outs in the third inning when Matt Duong and Kyle Johnson turned a home-and-first double play.
The Redbirds got out of a bases-loaded jam with no outs in the third inning when third baseman Matt Duong and catcher Kyle Johnson turned a home-and-first double play.

Isanti tied the game at 2-2 in the fourth when B.J. Samuelson and Johnson began with singles. After an out. Duong’s single loaded the bases, then Becklin came through with a hard grounder that deflected off the third baseman’s glove. Packy Lind got the next RBI with an infield single to short.

• On Sunday, Anoka beat the ’Birds 6-2 on a four-hitter by Aaron Page who struck out seven. Dan Hamann had two of Isanti’s hits, and  Duong pitched six innings of solid relief, allowing only one hit. A couple of boots by Isanti led to three runs for the Bucs.

The Section 2B playoffs will wrap up with an Aug. 22 seeding game back at Castle Field (11 a.m., followed by the Section 5B seeding game at 2 p.m.). Top-seed Forest Lake awaits the winner between Isanti and Anoka.

The Class B State tourney will then be hosted  Aug. 27-Sept. 7 at Cold Spring, Watkins and St. Cloud. ]]> http://isanticountynews.com/2015/08/19/redbirds-and-anoka-head-to-rubber-game-in-2b-playoffs/feed/ 0 Football teams kick off with Aug. 22 openers http://isanticountynews.com/2015/08/19/football-teams-kick-off-with-aug-22-openers/ http://isanticountynews.com/2015/08/19/football-teams-kick-off-with-aug-22-openers/#comments Wed, 19 Aug 2015 14:39:04 +0000 http://isanticountynews.com/?p=124569 The Braham and Cambridge-Isanti football squads will aim to get off on the right foot for the 2015 season when both will hit the road for the Aug. 22 season openers.

Braham quarterback John Larson, pictured in last year's Class A semifinals, is back to lead the Bomber offense this season.
Braham quarterback John Larson, pictured in last year’s Class A semifinals, is back to lead the Bomber offense this season.

The Bombers will travel to new Section 7A partner Chisholm for the 7 p.m. battle with the first game in the new Northeast District layout  for this year’s Minnesota football affiliations. The Bluestreaks were 2-7 last year, while the Bombers went on to win the 7A championship.

“The 26-school Northeast Football District has been grouped according to geography and enrollment into four subdistricts. Braham will be in the ‘Silver Division’ with Chisholm, Deer River, Mesabi East, Hinckley-Finlayson, East Central, Rush City and Barnum,” explained Bomber head coach Shawn Kuhnke last spring. “We will play those seven schools every year for the foreseeable future and will also play one crossover game with the subdistrict one group larger than us. This coming season, that crossover game happens to be against Crosby-Ironton.”

The Bluejackets will head west to St. Cloud Apollo on Saturday night for the 7 p.m. opener. The Eagles were 6-34 last autumn while the C-I boys went 4-5.

Jacket head coach Mike Hennen explained the makeup of the new North Central District after the realignment was approved by the MSHSL.

“There is a White, Red and Blue Division within the North Central District. The splits were Central Lakes, Mississippi 8 Large Schools and Mississippi 8 Small Schools. We are part of the M-8 Large Schools along with Buffalo, Rogers, St. Michael-Albertville, St. Francis and Elk River,” he said. “The Apollo game is our Central Lakes crossover game this season, and we also get North Branch and Duluth East from the M-8 Small School division.”

With no scrimmage days like in years past, it seems like the football teams are in “hurry up” mode heading into the new season. Playoffs and the Prep Bowl at TCF Bank Stadium will be finished well before Thanksgiving.

More high school fall sports openers

Cambridge-Isanti Girls Tennis:  at Hibbing Quadrangular Aug. 25 (10 a.m.) • At Grand Rapids Aug. 26 (10 a.m.) • Bluejacket Invite w/Andover, Cloquet, N. Branch Aug. 29 (9 a.m.)

Cambridge Christian Soccer:  Home vs. Fourth Baptist Aug. 25 (4 p.m.) • At CAL Jamboree @ First Baptist Rosemount Aug. 28

Cambridge Christian Volleyball:  home vs. Fourth Baptist Aug. 25 (4 p.m.) • Home vs. MSAD Aug. 27 5 p.m. • At CAL Jamboree @ First Baptist Rosemount Aug. 28

Cambridge-Isanti Boys Soccer:  home vs. Duluth Denfeld
Aug. 27 (7 p.m.) • home vs. St. John’s Prep Aug. 29 (1 p.m.)

Braham Volleyball:  At Albany Tourney Aug. 28 (9 a.m.) • Home vs. Royalton Sept. 1 (7:30 p.m.)

Cambridge-Isanti Girls Soccer:  At Sauk Rapids Aug. 29
(1 p.m.) • home vs. St. Cloud Apollo Sept. 1 (7 p.m.)

Cambridge-Isanti Volleyball:  home vs. East Ridge Aug. 27
(7 p.m.) • vs. Blaine at Hopkins Breakdown Side Out Classic Aug. 29 (5 p.m.) • home vs. Forest Lake Sept. 1 (7 p.m.)

Braham & Cambridge-Isanti Cross Country:  At Milaca Invite Aug. 31 (4 p.m.)

Cambridge-Isanti Girls Swim & Dive:  at Princeton Invite Sept. 1 (5 p.m.). ]]> http://isanticountynews.com/2015/08/19/football-teams-kick-off-with-aug-22-openers/feed/ 0 Misfits finish 2nd at State softball tourney http://isanticountynews.com/2015/08/19/misfits-finish-2nd-at-state-softball-tourney/ http://isanticountynews.com/2015/08/19/misfits-finish-2nd-at-state-softball-tourney/#comments Wed, 19 Aug 2015 14:36:21 +0000 http://isanticountynews.com/?p=124562 SAMSUNG CAMERA PICTURES

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The Misfits team out of the Cambridge-Isanti Wednesday Women’s Softball League spent last weekend taking second place at the Class DD State Tournament held at Caswell Park in North Mankato. The Misfits edged the Jailbirds for the league title via the tie-breaker this season.

   The East Central Livestock team (below) won the Class DD State championship in the tourney hosted at Sandquist Family Park the weekend of Aug. 8-9, defeating Minnehaha Liquors in the finals. The ECL boys won the C-I Thursday Men’s League with a perfect 24-0 mark.

   This weekend at Sandquist Park will be the annual DAMSL Adult Churchball tournament, with 36 teams from area churches participating.   Photos submitted

ECL ]]> http://isanticountynews.com/2015/08/19/misfits-finish-2nd-at-state-softball-tourney/feed/ 0 Redbirds, Bucs head to rubber playoff game http://isanticountynews.com/2015/08/17/redbirds-bucs-head-to-rubber-playoff-game/ http://isanticountynews.com/2015/08/17/redbirds-bucs-head-to-rubber-playoff-game/#comments Mon, 17 Aug 2015 14:27:25 +0000 http://isanticountynews.com/?p=124497 Jake Johnson returned from his Madison Mallards experience to pitch eight strong innings for Isanti in the Aug. 15 Section 2B opener at hot Castle Field. Photo by Greg Hunt

Jake Johnson returned from his Madison Mallards experience to pitch eight strong innings for Isanti in the Aug. 15 Section 2B opener at hot Castle Field. Photo by Greg Hunt

There will be a deciding rubber game on Tuesday night, Aug. 18 between Isanti and Anoka after the Section 2B playoffs began last weekend. The Redbirds took the opener 3-2 in 10 innings when Brent Tholen scored the game-winner. But the Bucs came back with a 6-2 win on Sunday morning when Aaron Page tossed a three-hitter to beat Isanti.

The ‘Birds and the Bucs will face off again Wednesday night, Aug. 19, in a 7:30 p.m. back at Castle Field in Anoka, with the winner advancing to the Class B State tourney (Tuesday was a rainout). The winner will take on top-seed Forest Lake in Saturday’s seeding game at Castle Field. The FL Brewers swept St. Francis in their best-of-three series last weekend. ]]> http://isanticountynews.com/2015/08/17/redbirds-bucs-head-to-rubber-playoff-game/feed/ 0 Redbirds open playoffs with series vs. Anoka http://isanticountynews.com/2015/08/12/redbirds-open-playoffs-with-series-vs-anoka/ http://isanticountynews.com/2015/08/12/redbirds-open-playoffs-with-series-vs-anoka/#comments Wed, 12 Aug 2015 16:09:39 +0000 http://isanticountynews.com/?p=124334 The Class B amateur baseball playoffs begin this weekend around Minnesota. In Section 2B action, Isanti will travel to Anoka for a best-of-three series against the Bucs on beautiful Castle Field. Game times are 2 p.m. Aug. 14 and 11 a.m. Aug. 15. If necessary, the rubber game will be Tuesday, Aug. 18 at 7:30 p.m.

Heading into the 2015 playoffs, Kyle Johnson is leading the Redbirds with a .375 average while hitting four homers and driving in a team-high 27 runs.  Photo by Greg Hunt
Heading into the 2015 playoffs, Kyle Johnson is leading the Redbirds with a .375 average while hitting four homers and driving in a team-high 27 runs. Photo by Greg Hunt

Top-seed Forest Lake plays St. Francis in the other best-of-three at Castle Field this weekend. The Section 2B playoffs will then wrap up with an Aug. 22 seeding game back at Castle Field (11 a.m., followed by the Section 5B seeding game at 2 p.m.).

The Redbirds are battling a rash of injuries, including a season-ending broken wrist to third baseman Tyler Schaff and seasoned pitchers Adam West and Justin Krie dealing with ailments. Starting pitcher Jake Johnson also left town to play in the college Northwoods League in Wisconsin.

“I just keep telling the players they’ve got to be ready when it’s their time on the field,” said Isanti skipper Steve Allen. “Over the last of the regular season dealing with the injuries, all our guys kept gutting it out and playing hard.”

The Class B State tourney will be hosted  Aug. 27-Sept. 7 at Cold Spring, Watkins and St. Cloud.

The Redbirds closed the regular season with a 6-4 win in 10 innings over host Anoka, the team’s fourth victory in a row. In the top of the 10th, BJ. Samuelson singled and scored when David Jorgenson dropped down a bunt and the throw to first flew into right field. Jorgenson then came home on a double by Collin Anderson. Samuelson, Tristan Zimprich and Jeff Bowman all had two hits. Matt Duong got the win on the mound with two innings of scoreless relief. Alex Bauermeister started, striking out six over four innings.

Isanti stat leaders for regular season:  Batting Avg) Kyle Johnson .375, Tyler Schaff .365, Brent Tholen .346, Packy Lind .271, BJ Samuelson .258.  RBI) Johnson 27 (4 HR), Tholen 19, Dan Hamann 15, Samuelson 14, Brian Schultz 10.  Runs) Schultz 21, Samuelson 19, Tholen 19, Johnson 19, Schaff 16.  Pitching) Jake Johnson 4-2, 77 K; Adam West 3-2, 25 K; Alex Bauermeister 2-2, 23 K; Justin Krie 2-2, 35 K; Brian Schultz 2-1, 18 K.

Metro Minny League  FINAL: Coon Rapids 15-3, 26-11; Blaine 14-3, 31-9; Champlin 11-6, 23-14; Forest Lake 11-7, 20-11; Isanti 10-8, 15-10; Brooklyn Park 10-8, 11-8; Anoka 9-9, 12-15; St. Francis 4-13, 8-14; Andover 3-14, 3-14; East Bethel 1-17, 5-24.

Bandits, Snappers done in Eastern Minny playoffs

Catching up on the Eastern Minny League playoffs, both the Rum River and Braham baseball squads finished the season over the Aug. 1-2 weekend. The RR Bandits (11-11) fell to Chisago Lakes 6-5 and to Nowthen 12-5 in the West bracket. The Braham Snappers (5-15) dropped games 12-2 to Hinckley and 8-5 to Quamba in the East tourney.

The Region 1C tournament began last weekend in Hinckley. EML teams still alive were Mora and Hinckley. The tourney wraps up this weekend, with teams advancing to the Aug. 22-Sept. 7 Class C State tournament in Cold Spring and Watkins. ]]> http://isanticountynews.com/2015/08/12/redbirds-open-playoffs-with-series-vs-anoka/feed/ 0 Terbilcox, Brown shoot to Hawk Club championships http://isanticountynews.com/2015/08/12/terbilcox-brown-shoot-to-hawk-club-championships/ http://isanticountynews.com/2015/08/12/terbilcox-brown-shoot-to-hawk-club-championships/#comments Wed, 12 Aug 2015 16:07:50 +0000 http://isanticountynews.com/?p=124328 Mike Terbilcox won his first Purple Hawk club championship over the Aug. 8-9 weekend.

Mike Terbilcox won his first Purple Hawk club championship over the Aug. 8-9 weekend.

A new men’s champion took the stage after the Aug. 8-9 Purple Hawk CC club championships were completed. Mike Terbilcox of North Branch opened with a four-under 68 on Saturday, and his 144 two-day total held off past champ Jake Warneke by one stroke.

Brad Ludwigs was third in the men’s gross standings at 148, with Pat Brogan and Nick Anlauf tied for fourth at 154.

Meanwhile in the women’s division, Kelly Brown claimed her third-straight Hawk title with a 173 two-day total, besting nearest competitor Shari Anlauf by four strokes.

In another tight battle, Brogan  took the Senior Men’s championship by one stroke over Jon Dunbar, 154 to 155, with Don Pyykola just off the pace at 158.

A total of 88 golfers participated throughout the nine flights in the club championship tourney. The only thing the weather threw at them was a one-hour rain delay Sunday morning.

Kelly Brown took her third-straight Hawk women’s title after the weekend of golf.  Photos courtesy of Matt Grell, Purple Hawk CC
Kelly Brown took her third-straight Hawk women’s title after the weekend of golf. Photos courtesy of Matt Grell, Purple Hawk CC

More Purple Hawk flight standings:  Men’s First Flight – Terbilcox 136 net, Ludwigs 134, Warneke 141, Russ Livingston 142 • Men’s Second Flight – Jim Warden 138 net, Tony Brown 142, Josh Lilienthal 142, Scott Westman 144 • Men’s Third Flight – Joel Grams 137 net, Tom Berry 144, Terry Treichel 144, Bryan Pederson 145 • Men’s Fourth Flight – Vern Johnson 139 net, Ken Wing 145, Ron Majzner 147, Jon Ward 152 •

Men’s Senior Flight Net – Grams 137, V. Johnson 139, Tim Terbilcox 143 • Men’s Super Senior Gross (62+ Years) – Fizz Larson 151, Pyykola 158 • Men’s Super Senior Net – Steve Larson 133, Ron Dahlheimer 136 • Men’s Legends Net (70+ Years) – Neil Hendrickson 136, Chuck Johnson 138 • Women’s Net – Bev Paron 135, Iris Johnson 138. ]]> http://isanticountynews.com/2015/08/12/terbilcox-brown-shoot-to-hawk-club-championships/feed/ 0