King City’s Law wins third medalist honor of opening week of golf season

The King City Lady Wildkats, in fall golf competition, have only one player.  However, that player, Olivia Law is proving to be one of the best small-school players in northwest Missouri.

On Thursday afternoon at the Daviess County Country Law, Law was medalist for the third time this week.  Gallatin, paced by matching 48’s from Megan Cox and Kaitlyn Bird (tied for 3rd), won the team competition with a score of 197. Maysville shot a 234 for the day, with Rock Port putting up a team score of 252.

In high school volleyball from Thursday night, Plattsburg swept Penney in KCI play, while Chillicothe made quick work of Trenton, winning on the THS court by straight sets, 25-13, 25-9.  The loss drops the Lady Bulldogs to 0-3 to open the 2016 campaign.  The Lady Hornets flashed superior athleticism at the net, with senior Katelyn Parkey cracking 12 kills, with classmate Whitney Clampitt adding 10 kills.  The JV match went Chillicothe’s direction by a final total of 25-10, 25-7.  Lawson swept Cameron in non-league play 2 sets to zero.

In boys soccer, Chillicothe had its season record break even at 1-1, losing in overtime at Kirksville by a score of 1-0  Kirksville’s Luke Schwend had the game-winning goal for KHS.