The Clinton Herald, Clinton, Iowa

High School Sports

October 19, 2013

Cross Country: Prince of Peace shines in Tri Rivers

(Continued)

PRINCE OF PEACE — 2. Kokjohn 15:34.

CALAMUS-WHEATLAND — 3. Slattery 15:43; 14. Morgan Vanderheiden 16:53; 18. Kailey Potter 17:31; 22. Dana Koester 17:39; 27. Sierra Rodriguez 18:13.

EASTON VALLEY — 5. McLaughlin 16:13; 20. Abby Smithson 17:38; 21. Rose Strait 17:38; 25. Andrea Junge 18:06; 33. Melissa Strait 19:00; 39. Brooke Wagner 20:15.

MARQUETTE CATHOLIC — 15. Kristina Koos 16:55; 17. Molly Sieverding 17:29; 32. Anna Nolting 18:59; 38. Ellie Sieverding 20:04; 42. Clare Davis 21:03.

WAMAC CONFERENCE MEET

Thursday, October 17

GIRLS

Team standings

1. Mount Vernon-Lisbon 66; 2. Solon 84; 3. Vinton-Shellsburg 103; 4. Williamsburg 115; 5. Western Dubuque 131; 6. West Delaware 170; 7. Central DeWitt 207; 8. Benton 249; 9. Center Point-Urbana 251; 10. Marion 253; 11. Anamosa 289; 12. Clear Creek-Amana 337; 13. Maquoketa 359; 14. Independence 387; 15. Dyersville Beckman 422.

Individual leaders

1. Lily Horst (Vinton) 15:01; 2. Bristi Gerber (Vinton) 15:29; 3. Madison Bach (Marion) 15:31; 4. Alex Smith (Solon) 15:39; 5. Cassie Kenney (Vinton) 15:39.

CENTRAL DEWITT — 24. Mikayla Coyle 16:24; 30. Sarah Schoel 16:25; 45. Miah Betz 16:56; 53. Kali Roling 17:04; 62. Courtney Arndt 17:12; 70. Shannon Coyle 17:20; 86. Nicole Goldensoph 17:45.

MAQUOKETA — 52. Janie Saunders 17:04; 82. Ellie Burmahl 17:44; 111. Cassie Ruppert 18:18; 132. Tess Nissan 18:43; 138. Ashley Becker 18:48; 155. Sofie Andersen 19:15; 193. Jessica Gerardy 20:01.

BOYS

Team standings

1. Center-Point Urbana 83l 2. Vinton-Shellsburg 93; 3. Mount Vernon-Lisbon 95; 4. Marion 100; 5. Clear Creek-Amana 124; 6. Solon 130; 7. Williamsburg 148; 8. Western Dubuque 162; 9. Benton 260; 10. West Delaware 271; 11. Central DeWitt 274; 12. Maquoketa 346; 13. Independence 398; 14. Dyersville Beckman 454.

Individual leaders

1. Josh Yeager (CPU) 16:24; 2. Kyle Marti (DeWitt) 16:30; 3. Colton Forster (Marion) 16:35; 4. Michael Marshall (CPU) 16:43; 5. Jack Murray (CCA) 16:49.

CENTRAL DEWITT — 2. Marti 16:30; 68. Christian Wright 18:28; 70. Peter Keegan 18:30; 73. Lucas Block 18:34; 118. Mathew Townsley 19:33; 122. Brett Hippler 19:34; 125. Ryan Davison 19:36.

MAQUOKETA — 83. Ryan Murphy 18:49; 142. Jacob Miller 20:09; 150. Sam Fowler 20:17; 153. Joey Lyon20:22; 240. Dylan Bahl 24:09; 241. Ben Davison 24:28; 251. Joey Pawlawski 28:57.

 

 

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