Garden City, Kan. (westernkansasnews.com)–On a day where temperatures were in the 80’s, nine schools made their way to Garden City on Saturday for the annual Garden City invitational. It would be the homestanding Buffaloes winning the meet with 89 points, five better than Dodge City. Scott City was sixth, Garden City’s second team came in eighth.
It was the Garden City varsity squad picking up the top spots, as Sydney Nanninga took the Singles title, while the Doubles team of Quincy Nanninga/Kourtney Kneeland finished first. Dodge City’s Faminia Lepri was runner-up in Singles, and Scott City’s Malorie Cupp took third in the singles division.
Garden City “White” 89; Dodge City 84; Colby 63; Hays 63; Great Bend 58; Scott City 54; Liberal 37; Garden City “Brown” 35; Ulysses 24; Community 17; Meade 12
1. Sydney Nanninga, Garden City “White”; 2. Flaminia Lepri, Dodge City; 3. Malorie Cupp, Scott City; 4. Kayling Wahlmeier, Great Bend; 5. Alivia Palmer Garden City “White”; 6. America Gamez, Dodge City; 7. Lakyn Smith, Great Bend; 8. Katie Classen, Liberal; 9. Paige DeGood, Colby; 10. Bella Ayala, Garden City “Brown”; 11. Katrina Delimont, Hays; 12. Haileigh Hickert, Scott City; 13. Britnee Leiker, Hays; 14. Gabby Giffin, Colby; 15. Anissa Terrazas, Ulysses; 16. Gabby Griffin, Colby
1. Quincy Nanninga/Kourtney Kneeland, Garden City “White”; 2. Danica Scheve/Kayler Wellbrock, Hays; 3. Sam Diederich/Lexie Schroeder, Colby; 4. Olivia Buddy/Annicka Hernandez, Dodge City; 5. Emily Estavane/Karen Lopez, Dodge City; 6. Allison Zimmerman/Cassandra Zimmerman, Colby; 7. Morgen Berry/Ava Neil, Hays; 8. Madison Roberts/Tatum Wells, Scott City; 9. Danica Galia/Chloe Ptacek, Garden City “White”; 10. Lanee Harp/Arely Molina, Liberal; 11. Samantha Mayers/Taylor Lashley, Great Bend; 12. Haley Brown/Sofia Madillo, Garden City “Brown”; 13. Yazmin Guzman/Nila Alvarado, Dodge City; 14. Holly Reimer/Bethany Reimer, Meade; 15. Clarise Snapp/Mackenzie LaViolette, Great Bend; 16. Ximyna Rojas/Harley Ewalt, Ulysses