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April 23, 2013

Indians lead area teams at Duncan meet

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"We really look good this year," Barr said. "The way we ended last year is how we started this year. I feel good. It helps to run against faster people; they push you along, and it really shows in the shuttle."

PAM DUNCAN INVITATIONAL

Team standings

1. Davenport Central 116; 2. Western Dubuque 93; 3. Camanche 78; 4. Northeast 72; 5. Davenport North 64; 6. Clinton 58; 7. Central DeWitt 50; 8. Pleasant Valley 50; 9. Maquoketa 14; 10. Wilton 13. Scoring: 10-8-6-4-2-1

Individual results

(Winners, area scorers)

High jump — 1. Libby Schnoor (Cam) 4-10; 2. Sam Barr (CD) 4-10; 3. Courtney Sowle (Cam) 4-10; 5. Mackenzie Ernst (Clin) 4-8.

Long jump — 1. Sara Schoel (CD) 15-7; 3. Sydney Grell (Cam) 15-4.5; 5. Hailey Saunders (CD) 14-9.5.

Discus — 1. Brianna Nash (DC) 120-1; 2. Kiana Turner (Cam) 110-6; 3. Alyana Geronzin (Clin) 108-2; 5. Erika Hammond (Clin) 99-2.

Shot put — 1. Maddie McComber (PV) 37-1; 4. Hammond (Clin) 33-3.

3,000 meters — 1. Dakota Tell (WD) 11:42.65; 2. Kim Kaster (Clin) 11.49.76; 3. Kaitlyn Riley (NE) 11:54.58; 4. Emily Franks (NE) 11:59.25; 5. Mikayla Coyle (CD) 12:27.05.

3,200 relay — 1. Clinton (McKenzie Petersen, Shelby Weets, Erin Wenzel, Elle Tubbs) 10:20.90; 2. Central DeWitt 10:25.69.

Shuttle hurdle relay — 1. Central DeWitt (Emily Hawkins, Cori Peterzalek, Gretchen Henningsen, Sam Barr) 1:10.02; 5. Northeast 1:21.90.

100 — 1. Tamika Tucker (DN) 13.34; 3. Tierra Hildebrandt (NE) 13.72; 4. Danae Diedrich (NE) 13.77; 5. Aubree Taylor (Maq) 14.02.

Distance medley relay — 1. Western Dubuque (Raegan Hoefler, Michelle Fagerlind, Megan Maahs, Brette Correy) 4:25.10; 2. Camanche 4:28.95; 6. Clinton 4:53.53.

400 — 1. Alisha Jones (DN) 57.84; 2. Wenzel (Clin) 1:01.28.

800 relay — 1. Northeast (Alyssa Roth, Aleenah Marcucci, Hildebrandt, Diedrich) 1:50.53; 2. Camanche 1:51.92; 3. Maquoketa 1:53.17.

100 hurdles — 1. Tadaisha Thornton (DC) 16.25; 3. Marcucci (NE) 16.56; 4. Barr (CD) 17.00; 6. Henningsen (CD) 17.38.

800 — 1. Correy (WD) 2:22.74; 2. Schnoor (Cam) 2:24.89; 3. Wenzel (Clin) 2:27.16; 4. Bailey Mensinger (Cam) 2:31.25; 4. Hannah Kilburg (NE) 2:33.94.

200 — 1. A. Jones (DN) 26.65; 3. Diedrich (NE) 27.63; 4. Rylee Dickey (NE) 28.95; 5. Allison Vandemore (Maq) 29.19; 6. Raven Jones (Clin) 29.48.

400 hurdles — 1. Sowle (Cam) 1:07.24.

800 sprint medley relay — 1. North (Pauline Wyatt, Krystal Pollard, Tucker, A. Jones) 1:52.29; 2. Northeast 1:58.14; 6. Central DeWitt 2:05.60.

1,500 — 1. Tell (WD) 5:19.70; 2. Kilburg (NE) 5:23.27; 3. Kaster (Clin) 5:27.45; 5. Alexis Namer (Clin) 5:31.03; 6. Coyle (CD) 5:35.70.

400 relay — 1. Central (Michaela Duvall, Thornton, Gabi George, JaQuoia Lindsey) 51.99; 3. Northeast 52.38; 4. Camanche 53.09; 5. Central DeWitt 54.61.

1,600 relay — 1. North (Takora Cuevas, Tucker, Pollard, A. Jones) 4:10.51; 3. Camanche 4:15.81; 4. Maquoketa 4:17.22; 5. Clinton 4:17.45; 6. Central DeWitt 4:28.61.

More photos online To see more photos from Thursday's Pam Duncan Invitational, check out the online photo gallery at Clintonherald.smugmug.com

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