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April 10, 2013

Records fall at Fulton Relays

(Continued)

Northeast showed its strength in the running events as Kevin Boughton won the 200 in 23.93, Connor Soenksen claimed first in the 400 in 53.90 and Eli Kaczinski won the 800 (2:10.28) and 3,200 (10:04.47), with teammate William Hasken taking second in the 800.

Nick Kennicker won the 400 hurdles (1:00.62) for the Rebels, while Bo Lingle's leap of 5-10 won the high jump.

Central DeWitt won just three events — Remington Meggers in the 400 (54.03), Mitch Kirby in the 400 hurdles (58.61) and the 800 relay — but piled up second-place finishes.

Jake Feldpausch was second in the 100, Cole Connell took second in the high jump and the Sabers were runners-up in the 400, 3,200, distance medley and shuttle hurdle relays.

FULTON RELAYS

Team standings

1. Erie/Prophetstown 145; 2. Camanche 96; 3. Sterling Newman 82; 4. Fulton 33; 5. Rockridge 29; 6. Sherrard 26; 7. Amboy 23; 8. Galena/River Ridge/East Dubuque 16; 9. Riverdale 8; 10. Morrison 4; 11. Milledgeville 3; 12. West Carroll 0. Scoring: 10-8-6-4-2-1.

Individual results

(Winners, area placewinners)

Discus — 1. John Butts (EP) 135-7; 2. John Widener (Ful) 132-4; 3. Cody Mensinger (Cam) 126-4; 5. Ethan Oleson (EP) 114-8; 6. Lane Kaczinski (Cam) 113-3.

Shot put — 1. Oleson (EP) 47-9; 2. Ryan Blasdell (EP) 43-2; 3. Kaczinski (Cam) 42-3; 6. Pedro Herrera (EP) 38-1.

Long jump — 1. Devin Johnson (EP) 22-3 (meet record, old, 21-11.25, Chuck Runge, Central DeWitt, 1957); 2. Darius Owens (EP) 20-8; 3. Bryce Holesinger (Ful) 20-4.5; 6. Thomas Brantley (Cam) 19-2.

Triple jump — 1. Nolan McGinn (New) 41-8.5; 2. Nate Andreas (EP) 40-5.5; 3. Cody Wiemer (EP) 39-5; 6. Rodney Gossard (Ful) 37-5.

High jump — 1. TJ Henry (Rock) 6-7.25 (meet record, old, 6-6.5, Patrick Colbrese, Sherrard, 2010); 3. (tie) Wiemer (EP), Grant Ames (EP) 6-0.

6,400 relay — 1. Newman (Alex DeForest, Bryson Reyes, Clay Jungerman, Micah Trancoso) 20:14.00; 2. Camanche 20:20.00; 3. Erie/Prophetstown 20:25.00; 4. Fulton 20:30.00.

440 low-high shuttle hurdle relay — 1. Camanche 1:01.97; 2. Fulton 1:03.77; 3. Erie/Prophetstown 1:06.59.

400 relay — 1. Newman (Masion Bittner, McGinn, Tyler Rockwood, Nick Rude) 43.95 (meet record, old, :44.5, Newman, 2008); 2. Camanche 44.39; 3. Erie/Prophetstown 44.50.

1,600 freshman/sophomore relay — 1. Erie/Prophetstown (Ames, Dylan Binion, Braedon Bonnell, Seth Lilly) 3:49.82; 5. Camanche 4:00.50.

800 sprint medley relay — 1. Erie/Prophetstown (Jack Bauer, Jace Bonnell, Johnson, Owens) 1:36.40 (meet record, old, 1:37.4, Morrison, 2006); 2. Camanche 1:38.13; 6. Fulton 1:46.01.

3,200 relay — 1. Camanche 8:57.28; 3. Erie/Prophetstown 0:12.77; 5. Fulton 9:37.68.

400 shuttle hurdle relay — 1. Camanche 59.34; 2. Erie/Prophetstown 1:02.97.

800 relay — 1. Newman (Bittner, McGinn, Brady Rude, N. Rude) 1:31.37 (meet record, old, 1:33.6, Galena, 2007); 2. Erie/Prophetstown 1:34.06; 3. Camanche 1:35.07; 4. Morrison 1:42.59.

400 freshman-sophomore relay — 1. Camanche 47.22; 2. Erie/Prophetstown 47.58; 5. Fulton 49.70.

1,600 relay — 1. Camanche 3:40.01; 4. Erie/Prophetstown 3:48.46; 6. Fulton 3:50.50.

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