The Clinton Herald, Clinton, Iowa

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April 5, 2013

Indians take 2nd

(Continued)

400 relay — 1. Northeast (Dickey, Marcucci, Hildebrandt, Diedrich) 52.15; 2. Western Dubuque 52.99; 3. Camanche 53.28; 4. Central DeWitt 55.20; 5. Bellevue/Marquette 55.47; 6. Preston 59.03.

1,600 relay — 1. Camanche (Mensinger, Schnoor, Sowle, Vogel) 4:19.3; 2. Western Dubuque 4:29.70; 3. Preston 4:34.38; 4. Central DeWitt 4:36.36; 5. Maquoketa 4:42.94; 7. Bellevue/Marquette 4:48.88.

Shot put — 1. Steinbach (Pres) 34-2; 2. Lindsey Short (Cam) 33-6; 3. Kieffer (Pres) 33-2.5; 4. Kelcher (WD) 32-9; 5. Turner (Cam) 32-4; 6. Jess (BMC) 31-8.

Discus — 1. Turner (Cam) 100-11; 2. Short (Cam) 99-2; 3. Willis (CD) 98-7; 4. Steinbach (Pres) 89-9; 5. WIllenborg (WD) 87-3; 6. Peyton (CD) 84-10.

High jump — 1. Sowle (Cam) 4-10; 2. Krogman (Pres) 4-8; 3. Meier (Pres) 4-6; 4. Deppe (WD) 4-6; 5. Barr (CD) 4-6; 6. (tie) Till (Maq), Moahs (WD) 4-4.

Long jump — 1. Taylor (Maq) 15-9; 2. Grell (Cam) 15-6; 3. Gruenwald (Maq) 15-1; 4. Schoel (CD) 15-0; 5. Clark (WD) 14-7; 6. Arensdorf (CD) 14-4.

LANCER RELAYS

Team standings

1. Pleasant Valley 163; 2. Davenport Central 93; 3. Davenport Assumption 75; 4. North Scott 63; 5. Bettendorf 75; 6. Davenport North 52; 7. Muscatine 43; 8. Dubuque Wahlert 42; 9. Davenport West 40; 10. Dubuque Hempstead 37; 11. Clinton 34; 12. Burlington 30. Scoring: 10-8-6-5-4-3-2-1.

Individual results

(Top 2, Clinton leaders)

High jump — 1. Kelli DeGeorge (PV) 5-2; 2. McKenna Heim (NS) 5-0.

Long jump — 1. Kelsi Conner (Bur) 16-9.25; 2. Larkin Chapman (Mus) 16-1.5; 9. Raven Jones (Clin) 13-8.5.

Shot put — 1. Brianna Nash (DC) 36-10.5; 2. Anna Hedges (DW) 34-9; 7. Erika Hammond (Clin) 32-8.5.

Discus — 1. Chloe Miller (PV) 121-0; 2. Nash (DC) 113-5; 4. Alayna Geronzin (Clin) 94-0.

3,000 — 1. Elizabeth Mallon (DA) 10:57.53; 2. Anna Peer (Bet) 11:14.12; 4. Kim Kaster (Clin) 11:52.04.

3,200 relay — 1. Wahlert (Anna Herber, Betsy Duehr, Maddie Heiar, Emily Moes) 9:54.47; 2. Hempstead 10:24.97; 4. Clinton (Elle Tubbs, Shelby Weets, McKenzie Peterson, Erin Wenzel) 10:36.38.

Shuttle hurdle relay — 1. Pleasant Valley (DeGeorge, Tessa James, Carly Donahue, Anne Leners) 1:08.28; 2. Central 1:10.29.

100 — 1. Tamika Tucker (DN) 12.53; 2. Emma Bassler (DA) 12.73.

Distance medley relay — 1. Pleasant Valley (Alyssa Simon, Jordan Simon, Miller, McKenzie Yanek) 4:27.53; 2. Wahlert 4:35.19.

400 — 1. Kaley Ciluffo (PV) 57.45; 2. Chapman (Mus) 59.83; 6. Tubbs (Clin) 1:05.86.

800 relay — 1. North (Alisha Jones, Takora Cuevas, Pauline Wyatt, Tucker) 1:48.09; 2. Bettendorf 1:48.82.

100 hurdles — 1. Leners (PV) 15.38; 2. Tadaisha Thornton (DC) 15.73.

800 — 1. Jones (DN) 2:16.70; 2. Megan Nickles (Bet) 2:17.68; 3. Wenzel (Clin) 2:22.92.

200 — 1. Tucker (DN) 26.22; 2. Dajae Hanson (NS) 26.66; 12. Hannah Burken (Clin) 20.35.

400 hurdles — 1. Leners (PV) 1:04.91; 2. Chapman (Mus) 1:09.85.

Sprint medley relay — 1. Wahlert (Brittany Allendorf, Alli Osterberger, Laura Sherman, Abby Denlinger) 1:55.76; 2. Central 1:59.98.

1,500 — 1. Yanek (PV) 4:55.48; 2. Maddie Reynolds (PV) 5:10.18; 5. Kim Kaster (Clin) 5:30.12; 7. Weets (Clin) 5:40.60.

400 relay — 1. Assumption (Emma Bassler, Maddie Irmen, Markel Mommsen, Clare Carroll) 51.31; 2. Pleasant Valley 52.42. 10. Clinton (Alexis Namer, Haylee Calvin, Jones, Clarissma Irving) 57.31.

1,600 relay — 1. Pleasant Valley 4:04.07; 2. Bettendorf 4:10.30; 6. Clinton 4:26.08.

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