The Clinton Herald, Clinton, Iowa

High School Sports

May 2, 2014

Kaster, Hammond lead way for CHS

(Continued)

800 relay — A: 1. Wahlert (Allendorf, Katy Fricano, Sherman, Betsy Duehr) 1:48.53; 5. Clinton (Schultheis, Hayle Calvin, Clarisma Irving, Raven Jones) 2:03.69.

1,600 relay — A: Wahlert (Emily Moes, Kelly Boge, Maddie Heiar, Duehr) 4:14.69; 6. Clinton (Wenzel, Tubbs, Jones, Taryn McLoyd) 4:46.65.

3,200 relay — A: 1. Wahlert (Boge, Jade Romagna, Hannah Meyer, Madeline Hilby) 10:38.58; 6. Clinton (Alexis Namer, Wenzel, Jessica Riojas, Kirstin Buer) 11:44.85.

800 sprint medley relay — A: 1. Wahlert (Allendorf, Mary McAllister, Fricano, Moes) 1:56.76;

1,600 distance medley relay — A: 1. Bettendorf (Tasia Comer, ALli Wroblewski, Taylor Mitchell, Abby Sears) 4:24.57; 5. Clinton (McLoyd, Calvin, Irving, Anderson) 5:17.78.

400 shuttle hurdle relay — A: 1. Burlington (Paige Kammerer, Mackenzie Humphrey, Heather Geiger, Autumn Golly) 1:11.07; 3. Clinton (Schultheis, McLoyd, Ernst, Taylor) 1:30.17.

High jump — A: 1. Kelli DeGeorge (PV) 5-2; 2. Tubbs (Clin) 5-0. B: 1. Ernst (Clin) 4-10. C: 1. Annie Brown (PV) 5-3.

Long jump — A: 1. Comer (Bett) 15-5; 3. Jones (Clin) 14-4. B: 3. McLoyd (Clin) 13-1.5. C: 1. Brooke Naber (NS) 13-7.25; 3. Cady (Clin) 12-1.

Shot put — A: 1. Erika Hammond (Clin) 40-8. B: 1. Kayla Schlichting (Bet) 34-9.5; 2. Alayna Geronzin (Clin) 107-7. C: 1. Mackenzie Pitcher (West) 31-10; 3. Tinderholt (Clin) 30-4.

Discus — A: Maddie Nilles (Wahl) 143-4; 3. Hammond (Clin) 110-10. B: 1. Annie rollins (Wahl) 108-8; 2. Geronzin (Clin) 107-7. C: 1. Hannah McComber (PV) 91-3; 3. Alysa Butt (Clin) 74-3.5.

CASCADE COED INVITATIONAL

Team standings

1. Cascade 164; 2. Northeast 104.5; 3. North Cedar 77; 4. Maquoketa Valley 74.5; 5. Maquoketa 66.5; 6. Dyersville Beckman 50; 7. Midland 46.5; 8. Calamus-Wheatland 46; 9. Jesup 42; 10. Bellevue 24; 11. Alburnett 23; 12. Central City 19. (Scoring: 10-8-6-5-4-3-2-1)

Individual results

(Top 2, plus area scorers)

3,000 meters — 1. Megan Slattery (CW) 11:56.46; 2. Janey Saunders (Maq) 12:11.34; 7. Felicia Klingenberg (Maq) 13:15.23.

Long jump — 1. Holly Hunt (Cas) 16-5; 2. Shalyn Wessels (DB) 16-1; 8. Addie Oberman (NE) 13-1.5.

3,200 relay — 1. Cascade (Macie Weber, Rachel McDermott, Kylie Kelchen, Rebecca McDermott) 10:07.77; 2. North Cedar 10:40.63; 3. Calamus-Wheatland 10:54.02; 5. Maquoketa 11:48.03.

Shuttle hurdle relay — 1. Bellevue (Rachel Kilburg, Marissa Schroeder, Jackie Kremer, Anna Ambrosy) 1:12.22; 2. North Cedar 1:12.65; 4. Maquoketa 1:13.55; 7. Northeast 1:23.42.

100 — 1. Tierra Hildebrandt (NE) 13.07; 2. Aleenah Marcucci (NE) 13.14; 3. Anne Nolting (Bel) 13.21; 5. Hannah Gruenwald (Maq) 13.75.

High jump — 1. Bethany Peterson (Alb) 5-0; 2. Morgan VanderHeiden (CW) 4-6; 4. (tie) Oberman (NE), Catia Atienza (Maq) 4-4.

Distance medley relay — 1. Cascade (Anna Hunt, Sydney Rickels, Lynsey Dolphin, Re. McDermott) 4:27.13; 2. Northeast 4:29.11; 6. Bellevue 5:11.86; 8. Calamus-Wheatland 5:18.19.

400 — Ra. McDermott (Cas) 1:04.56; 2. Rylee Andresen (Mid) 1:04.68; 5. Kailey Potter (CW) 1:09.24; 7. Dana Koester (CW) 1:1.84; 8. Tess Nissen (Maq) 1:12.31.

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