The Clinton Herald, Clinton, Iowa

High School Sports

April 18, 2014

River Kings light up the Day


Courtney Cobert won the 100 in 13.26, while teammate Heather Strike was third in 13.72.

Rachel Cobert won the 200 and 400 dashes for the Panthers.

She won the 200 in 27.38, with teammates Courtney Kruthoff (28.75) and Mikayla Bolton (30.45) taking third and fifth. Cobert’s time in the 400 was 1:00.13, with teammate Brooke Remley taking fourth in 1:09.22.

Junior Corrie Reiley was the runner-up in the 1,600 in 5:53.08, behind winner Sydney Brokaw of Mercer County (5:45.53).

The Panthers also had three scorers in the high jump -- Maddie Fringer second at 4-10, Kruthoff third at 4-10 and Bolton fifth at 4-8 -- the 800 -- Reiley third (2:32.37), Rebecca Arnolts sixth (2:41.31) and Kassi Henrekin seventh (2:44.72) -- the 3,200 -- Emily Hanover fourth (13:03.44), Olivia DeWitte sixth (13:36.05) and Chance Johnston seventh (13:58.31) -- and the 100 hurdles -- Fringer fourth (18.71), Shyan Dessing fifth (19.95) and Erin Heflin sixth (21.13).

The Panthers went 2-3 in the pole vault with Ashlynn Steel (7-6) and Allisa DeShane (7-0). Rachel Cobert (34-5.5) and Dessing (29-4) went 3-4 in the triple jump. Dessing took third (53.06) and Bolton was fifth in the 300 hurdles (54.57). In addition, Alyssa Howell was third in the shot put (33-8.5), Ashley Cooney took sixth in the discus (82-8) and Avery Simester was sixth in the long jump at 11-6.



Team standings

1. Clinton 138; 2. Solon 120; 3. Davenport Central 119; 4. Bettendorf 102; 5. North Scott 80; 6. Davenport West 56; 7. Davenport Assumption 45; 8. Davenport North 23. (Scoring: 10-8-6-5-4-3-2-1)

Individual results

(Top 2, other Clinton results)

100 meters -- 1. Connor Ham (Sol) 11.16; 2. Deshond Robinson (Clin) 11.28; 3. Barrion Collins (Clin) 11.44.

200 -- 1. D. Robinson (Clin) 22.46; 2. Justin Ramsey (DC) 22.96; 3. Marquis Robinson (Clin) 23.06.

400 -- 1. D. Robinson (Clin) 48.96; 2. M. Robinson (Clin) 51.63.

800 -- 1. Josh Pestka (NS) 2:04.67; 2. Mason Tope (DC) 2:08.42; 7. Andre Dunlap (Clin) 2:11.34.

110 hurdles -- 1. Jayvon Matthews (DC) 14.22; 2. Stephen Baca (Clin) 15.75; 3. Delante Chamberlain (Clin) 16.05.

1,600 -- 1. Tope (DC) 4:37.44; 2. Pestka (NS) 4:39.16; 8. Noah Buikema (Clin) 5:03.86.

3,200 -- 1. Tope (DC) 9:44.06; 2. Matt Smith (DC) 10:14.49; 7. Jonathan Facio (Clin) 10:52.80; 10. Tyler Powell (Clin) 11:27.95.

400 hurdles -- 1. Matthews (DC) 55.91; 2. Chamberlain (Clin) 57.62; 8. Baca (Clin) 1:04.73.

Discus -- 1. Nathan Harden (Clin) 156-5; 2. Dalton Ferguson (Sol) 153-8; 10. Tim Dawson (Clin) 116-10.

High jump -- 1. Ricky Grimes (NS) 5-10; 2. Jaden Durr (Sol) 5-8.

Long jump -- 1. Jordan Gronewold (NS) 21-5; 2. Zach Nunemaker (Sol) 21-1.

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