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September 13, 2013

Northeast dominates home cross country meet

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NORTHEAST — 1. Kilburg 16:22.27; 4. Kaczinski 17:18.77; 5. Marcucci 17:34.52; 8. Riley 18:10.71; 13. Alyssa Roth 18:35.13; 14. Cara Soenksen 18:37.50; 15. Haleigh Hughes 18:43.13.

PRINCE OF PEACE — 2. Kokjohn 16:23.02.

CALAMUS-WHEATLAND — 3. Slattery 17:06.06; 11. Kailey Potter 18:30.15; 18. Diana Koester 18:56.89; 26. Sierra Rodriguez 20:28.20.

EASTON VALLEY — 6. McLaughlin 18:06.06; 16. Rose Strait 18:47.39; 24. Abby Smithson 20:21.46; 29. Andrea Junge 21:32.33; 31. Brooke Wagner 22:22.50.

MAQUOKETA — 7. Saunders 18:07.51; 10. Burmahl 18:23.59; 17. Cassandra Ruppert 18:54.64; 20. Ashley Becker 10:21.96; 21. Sofie Andersen 19:34.88; 22. Tess Nissen 19:36.78; 28. Peytone Tracy 20:45.00.

MARQUETTE — 9. M. Sieverding 18:22.32; 19. Kristina Koos 19:14.70; 25. Bella Berthel 20:24.38; 27. Anne Nolting 20:41.51; 30. Claire Davis 21:45.08; 32. Ellie Sieverding 22:22.88.

BELLEVUE — 12. Rachel Kilburg 18:33.27.

CAMANCHE — 23. Courtney Martens 20:04.75.

Note — The junior varsity girls winner was Natalie Sullivan of Bellevue in 20:36.68. Winner of the girls middle school race was Camryn Reeg of Bellevue in 11:51.43.

BOYS

Team standings — 1. Northeast 40, 2. Bellevue 60, 3. Prince of Peace 74, 4. Maquoketa 82, 5. Marquette Catholic 84, 5. Camanche 119. Easton Valley and Calamus-Wheatland participated but didn’t have enough runners for a team score.

Individual leaders — 1. Eli Kaczinski (NE) 16:33.34; 2. Andrew Meyer (Belle) 16:51.09; 3. Jeremiah Jones (Cam) 18:19.14; 4. Lucas Schmidt (MC) 18:25.34; 5. Zach Koppes (Maq) 18:39.25; 6. Hunter Bielenberg (NE) 18:43.01; 7. Cale Gent (Maq) 18:44.82; 8. Nick Kennicker (NE) 18:48.12; 9. Logan Peterson (Cam) 18:54.33; 10. Jacob Jankowski (PoP) 18:59.64.

NORTHEAST: 1. Kaczinski 16:33.34; 6. Bielenberg 18:43.01; 8. Kennicker 18:48.12; 11. Brendon Butler 19:04.82; 19. Christian Knutsen 19:36.07; 23. Jaden Butler 19:49.15; 27. Sam Smith 20:12.58.

BELLEVUE: 2. Meyer 16:51.09; 14. Logan DeVries 19:12.09; 15. Josh Sieverding 19:20.14; 17. Nate Goslin 19:29.76; 20. Anders Frieberg 19:21.36; 30. Chase Kueter 20:31.00; 35. Jake Till 20:56.72.

CAMANCHE: 3. Jones 18:19.14; 9. Peterson 18:54.33; 31. Zach Hines 20:36.64; 34. Brady Determan 20:39.44; 38. Aiden McMinimy 21:02.72.

MARQUETTE CATHOLIC: 4. Schmidt 18:25.34; 18. Karter Kilburg 19:30.78; 22. Sam Peters 19:39.83; 24. Logan Schroeder 19:52.90; 25. Kelby Mueller 19:57.53; 28. Michael Peters 20:14.00; 29. Lucas Frank 20:22.28.

MAQUOKETA: 5. Koppes 18:39.25; 7. Gent 18:44.82; 13. Ryan Murphy 19:11.62; 33. Jacob Miller 20:37.96; 39. Sam Fowler 21:23.81; 41. Joey Lyon 21:36.75.

PRINCE OF PEACE: 10. Jankowski 18:59.64; 12. Devin Bly 19:07.52; 16. Dermot Bly 19:23.56; 21. Seth Moeller 19:36.58; 26. Caleb Kitteringham 20:02.94.

EASTON VALLEY: 32. Andrew Kilburg 20:37.32.

CALAMUS-WHEATLAND: 36. Cole Moeller 20:59.72; 37. Jon Licht 21:01.62; 40. David Benischek 21:31.02.

Note -- The winner of the junior varsity meet was Aaron Beckley, of Bellevue, with a time of 20:03.12. Marquette Catholic Justin Herrig was the winner of the middle school meet with a time of 11:53.94.

 

 

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