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October 25, 2013

Cross Country: A return trip for Kokjohn

(Continued)

“They ran pretty much how we were expecting,” Howard said. “We were hoping there might be a chance to go to state, but there were five ranked teams.”

Cole Moeller led Calamus-Wheatland with a 42nd-place finish (18:50), while Andrew Kilburg was the first Easton Valley runner to cross the finish line, placing 88th in 20:47.

CLASS 1A JESUP QUALIFIER

GIRLS

Team standings

1. Elkader Central 70; 2. South Winneshiek 94; 3. North Linn 108; 4. Starmont 120; 5. Denver 150; 6. Calamus-Wheatland 208; 7. North Tama 232; 8. Clayton Ridge 248; 9. Easton Valley 282; 10. Marquette Catholic 305; 11. Wapsie Valley 332; 12. Edgewood-Colesburg 346; 13. English Valleys 363; 14. Jesup 373; 15. Belle Plaine 381; 16. Dunkerton 398; 17. Turkey Valley 417; 18. Maquoketa Valley 424; 19. East Buchanan 440; 20. Victor HLV 452.

Individual state qualifiers

1. Abi Watson (NTama) 15:17; 2. Nicole Miller (NLinn) 15:30; 3. Haley Schroeder (ElkC) 15:31; 4. Jasmine Staebler (Clay) 15:36; 5. Jackie Kokjohn (Prince of Peace) 15:40; 6. Ashley Funk (ElkC) 15:47; 7. Kari Fitzpatrick (Ed-Co) 15:48; 8. Allison Hewett (EngV) 15:51; 9. Sarah McMurty (Star) 15:52; 10. Megan Slattery (Cal-Wheat) 15:53.

BOYS TEAM STANDINGS

Team standings

1. Denver 50; 2. South Winneshiek 94; 3. Bellevue 99; 4. Turkey Valley 107; 5. Elkader Central 125; 6. Belle Plaine 171; 7. Marquette Catholic 172; 8. Prince of Peace 264; 9. Jesup 279; 10. Dunkerton 292; 11. Clayton Ridge 321; 12. Gilbertville Don Bosco 345; 13. Wapsie Valley 387; 14. Victor HLV 414; 15. Calamus-Wheatland 424; 16. Alburnett 472; 17. Lansing Kee 483; 18. Starmont 492; 19. East Buchanan 535; 20. Easton Valley 537.

Individual state qualifiers

1. Kyle Kehoe (Den) 16:10; 2. Andrew Meyer (Bell) 16:19; 3. Ryan Izer (TurkV) 16:54; 4. Collin McFadden (DonB) 16:56; 5. Devin Franzen (SWInn) 17:05; 6. Tanner Johnson (Den) 17:06; 7. Nathan Meyer (SWinn) 17:09; 8. Lucas Schmidt (Marq) 17:18; 9. Orie Brown (BP) 17:20; 10. Nick Sabelka (Den) 17:23.

PRINCE OF PEACE — 32. (30) Devin Bly 18:25; 51. (49) Dermot Bly 18:59; 58. (56) Jacob Jankowski 19:19; 62. (60) Seth Moeller 19:23; 71. (69) Caleb Kitteringham 19:48.

 

 

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