77th Annual Lions Club- Tournament Survives Weather

Johnie J. Logue
Enterprise Staff
In spite of freezing rain canceling games and moving the schedule around, the 77th Annual Lions Club Tournament was a success last week and a whole lot of fun for the kids.
As always, the proceeds for the tournament goes to many worthy charities in the surrounding area. The community wishes to thank the many sponsors for their gracious support.
Tournament Director Corbin Cain commented, “Even with some bad weather, we were able to get the games played with some good attendance.
In tournament results in the girls bracket, Skyline I defeated Skyline II 24-18 for the championship. Ahlen Garret had 12 points for the winners and Chaula Tuning had 10 for the second place team.
Weaubleau beat Clinton 19-15 for third. Sedalia beat Warsaw 11-9  in a thriller. Laney Arnett had five points to lead Warsaw. Cole Camp beat Lincoln 21-2. Madison Treece had ten for Cole Camp and Sydney Spry had Lincoln’s lone points.
The Warsaw team was made up of Randy Bishop, Tanna Howe, Haley Cobb, Laney Arnett, Briley Brewster, Kierra Mostaffa, Maddy Arnett and Maddy Finkenbine.
On the boys side, Sedalia defeated Weaubleau I  33-17 for the championship. Grant Goodwin had 15 points and Cole Kreisel 13 to lead the winners. Blaine Durnell had ten for Weaubleau I.
Clinton Nets took third place in a thriller over Cole Camp 24-22. Richie Brown had eight points to lead Clinton. Reid Harrison had eight for Cole Camp.
Skyline I took fifth place with a 26-21 victory over Warsaw. Weston Stone had ten for Skyline and Brennan Slavens led Warsaw with nine.
Weaubleau II beat Skyline I  25-23 for seventh place. 
Weaubleau forfeited their first game to the Clinton Nets because of icy roads.
The Warsaw team was made up of Shane Poyser, Brennan Slavens, Fisher Love, Drake Murrell, Kendall Bagley, Ryan Fajen,Josh Bunch and Jayce Depriest.