By RICK PETERSON
Manhattan dominated the Centennial League girls golf tournament Monday at Emporia Golf Course, with the Indians sweeping the team and individual titles.
Manhattan freshman Maddie Myers shot a 77 to take individual medalist honors and the Indians swept the top three places and tied for fourth on the way to a 317-338 win over Washburn Rural in the team standings.
Washburn Rural put two players in the top six places and their top four in the top 13.
Junior Reece Randall tied for fourth place with an 81 and junior Natalie Peterson tied for sixth with an 82.
Hayden finished third in the team standings with a 355 team score, with senior Hannah Reynoldson finishing eighth individually with an 83.
Rural senior Olivia Smith shot an 86 to tie Topeka High senior Avery Zimmerman for 11th place while senior Raegan Petersen finished 13th with an 89.
CENTENNIAL LEAGUE TOURNAMENT
At Emporia Golf Course
Manhattan 317, Washburn Rural 338, Hayden 355, Emporia 423, Junction City 428..
1. Maddie Myers, Manhattan, 77; 2. Kat Ball, Manhattan, 79; 3. Lily Bahr, Manhattan, 80; 4. (tie) Wrenn Burton, Manhattan, and Reece Randall, Washburn Rural, 81; 6. (tie) Elise Eckert, Emporia, and Natalie Peterson, Washburn Rural, 82; 8. Hannah Reynoldson, Hayden, 83; 9. (tie) Kaitlyn Lagabed, Manhattan, Emily Wuggazer, Manhattan, 84.
Other Washburn Rural -- Olivia Smith 86, Raegan Petersen 89, Kailyn Petersen 94, Colbey Stead 94.
Other Hayden -- Lauren Borjon 89, Kyleigh Johnson 91, Avery Grunert 91, Izzy Glotzbach 95, Addyson Baer 99.
Topeka High -- Avery Zimmerman 86, Haley Custenborder 116, Molina Quintana 122.