The Clinton Herald, Clinton, Iowa


May 22, 2014

Illinois class A girls state track and field meet preliminary results

CHARLESTON, Ill. — Here are Thursday's results in the class A girls state track and field meet at O'Brien Stadium, Eastern Illinois University, Charleston, Ill.:


Thursday's Preliminary Round

Long Jump

Flight No. 1 — 1, Kayli Morris, Gillespie, 16-06.00. 2, Amber Clouser, Pleasant Plains, 16-04.75. 3, Sydney Porter, Paxton (P.-Buckley-Loda), 15-10.00. 4, Kayla DeMay, Kewanee (Wethersfield) (Coop), 15-06.25. 4, Michaela Gronewold, Carthage (Illini West), 15-06.25. 6, Shelby Clanton, Fisher, 15-01.75. 7, Claire Meyer, Carrollton, 15-01.50. 8, Maddie Gossett, Christopher (Coop), 14-11.75. 9, Lexi Grogan, Serena, 14-08.75. 10, Kirsten Durflinger, Niantic (Sangamon Valley) (Coop), 13-08.00.

Flight No. 2 — 1, Peyton Wade, Aurora (A. Christian), 17-09.50. 2, Olivia Ott, Neoga, 17-00.50. 3, Casey Berberich, Lebanon, 16-02.50. 4, Miranda Grisham, Milledgeville (Coop), 15-11.25. 5, Sarah Dalton, Peoria (P. Christian), 15-10.25. 6, Allison Scott, Knoxville, 15-10.00. 7, Mackenzie Call, Princeville, 15-09.00. 8, Marie Harla, Belleville (Althoff Catholic), 14-09.75. 9, Jenny Kimbro, Sidell (Jamaica) (Coop), 14-05.75. --, Vivian Barclay, Arlington Heights (Christian Liberty Academy) (Coop), FOUL.

Flight No. 3 — 1, Amelia Glueck, Tremont, 18-07.00. 2, Amanda McClain, Sullivan (Coop), 17-10.25. 3, Madison Meyer, Carterville, 17-10.00. 4, Lindsey Hoffert, Manlius (Bureau Valley), 17-01.75. 5, Nichyria Byrd, Chicago (Ogden International), 17-00.00. 6, McKendra Barthelme, Newton, 16-09.75. 7, Courtney Croy, Neoga, 16-07.75. 8, Erin Farley, Rockford (Christian Life), 16-07.00. 9, Jennie Block, Flora (Coop), 16-06.50. 10, Emily Woods, Seneca, 16-02.50. 11, Randa Harshbarger, Champaign (St. Thomas More), 16-00.75.

Pole Vault

Flight No. 1 — 1, Morgan Zacharias, Braidwood (Reed-Custer), 10-06.00. 2, Jenna Ring, Downs (Tri-Valley), 10-00.00. 2, Kristin Slaughter, Effingham (St. Anthony), 10-00.00. 2, Cassie Wilson, Downs (Tri-Valley), 10-00.00. 2, Nicole Bagwell, Tolono (Unity), 10-00.00. 2, Chelsea Munday, Sherrard, 10-00.00. 2, Rachel Westendorf, Teutopolis, 10-00.00. 2, Zoe Gossmeyer, Tremont, 10-00.00. 2, Bailey Reifsteck, Tolono (Unity), 10-00.00. 10, Katie Denby, Carlinville, 9-09.00. 11, Emma Meyer, Vandalia, 9-06.00. 11, Mickey Juricic, Seneca, 9-06.00.

Flight No. 2 — 1, Amber Robbs, Williamsville, 10-00.00. 1, Lindsey Brown, Kewanee (Wethersfield) (Coop), 10-00.00. 3, Hannah Bueker, Teutopolis, 9-09.00. 3, Madi Quinn, Spring Valley (Hall), 9-09.00. 3, Amber Campen, Farmington, 9-09.00. 6, Riley Plumer, Rushville (R.-Industry), 9-06.00. 7, Teah Bliven, Trenton (Wesclin), 9-00.00. 7, Hanna Atwood, St. Joseph (S.J.-Ogden), 9-00.00. --, Victoria Gaesser, Gibson City (G.C.-Melvin-Sibley), NH. --, Abbie Jessup, Auburn, NH. --, Morgan Armbrust, Seneca, NH.

Flight No. 3 — 1, Hannah Reach, Anna (A.-Jonesboro), 10-00.00. 2, Meghan Mathews, Eureka, 9-00.00. 2, Mikaela Cole, Moweaqua (Central A & M), 9-00.00. 2, Hannah Howard, Jacksonville (Routt), 9-00.00. --, Meghan Hagerty, Aurora (A. Christian), NH. --, Kelsey Pudlas, Oregon, NH. --, Erica Albrecht, Pearl City (Coop), NH. --, Rachel Clendenin, Chester, NH. --, Erin Farley, Rockford (Christian Life), NH. --, Alyssa Marrs, Braidwood (Reed-Custer), NH. --, Amber Johnson, Decatur (St. Teresa), NH.

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