The Clinton Herald, Clinton, Iowa

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October 12, 2012

Clinton star 2nd in MAC

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BETTENDORF — MISSISSIPPI ATHLETIC CONFERENCE MEET

Crow Creek Park, Bettendorf

GIRLS

4,000 meters

Team standings

1. Pleasant Valley 16; 2. Bettendorf 47; 3. Davenport Assumption 65; 4. Muscatine 147; 5. North Scott 160; 6. Davenport West 182; 7. Davenport Central 185; 8. Davenport North 192; 9. Clinton 261; 10. Burlington 272.

Individual leaders

1. Kaley Ciluffo (PV) 14:28; 2. McKenzie Yanek (PV) 14:33; 3. Maddie Reynolds (PV) 14:41; 4. Addie Royer (PV) 14:57; 5. Mahnee Watts (Bet) 14:59; 6. Ali Oppel (PV) 15:02; 7. Anna Peer (Bet) 15:07; 8. Isabella Blackman (Bet) 15:18; 9. Elizabeth Mallon (DA) 15:35; 10. Claire Schwarz (PV) 15:41; 11. Danielle Moore (DA) 15:48; 12. Molly Gilchrist (DA) 15:51; 13. Abby Sears (Bet) 15:55; 14. Lauren Young (Bet) 15:57; 15. Anne Leners (PV) 16:01.

CLINTON — 21. Kim Kaster 16:36; 55. Shelby Weets 19:29; 60. Yissel Lopez-Ruiz 21:03; 62. Lily Gabel 22:04; 63. Lesli Cuatlacuatl 22:06.

Clinton did not have freshman/sophomore or junior varsity runners.

BOYS

5,000 meters

Team standings

1. Pleasant Valley 27; 2. Burlington 50; 3. Davenport Central 96; 4. Muscatine 110; 5. Clinton 163; 6. Bettendorf 166; 7. Davenport West 177; 8. Davenport North* 231; 9. Davenport Assumption 231; 10. North Scott 238.

* — Won tiebreaker for eighth.

Individual leaders

1. Caleb Drake (PV) 16:03; 2. Emmanuel Marcos-Teles (C) 16:13; 3. David Zimmer (PV) 16:32; 4. Bennett Luedtke (M) 16:35; 5. Colin Ensminger (B) 16:40; 6. Sam McElhiney (PV) 16:40; 7. Steven Kruse (Bur) 16:41; 8. Andrew Dixon (PV) 16:45; 9. Ben Stelk (PV) 16:46; 10. Jared Torrance (Bur) 16:50; 11. Tyler Henson (Bet) 16:50; 12. Jacob Huber (Bur) 16:52; 13. Mason Tope (DC) 17:02; 14. Rane Nichols (DW) 17:08; 15. Matthew Smith (DC) 17:08.

CLINTON — 2. Marcos-Teles 16:13; 26. Nathan Schroeder 17:56; 42. Jon Cady 18:36; 45. Bret Determan 18:43; 48. Cole Stuedemann 18:47; 51. Jeremy Mooney 18:54; 54. Dustin Ewalt 19:00.

JUNIOR VARSITY

Team standings

1. Pleasant Valley 27; 2. Burlington 61; 3. Davenport Central 103; 4. Bettendorf 108; 5. Davenport Assumption 108; 6. Muscatine 161; 7. Clinton 175; 8. Davenport North 200; 9. Davenport West 246; 10. North Scot 294.

Winner — Daniel Rodriguez (PV) 17:49.

CLINTON — 17. Hunter Genco 19:16; 20. John Gunderson 19:38; 43. Cody Nolan 20:42; 45. Curtis Ilg 20:47; 50. Brandon Burkhart 21:03; 53. Jeremy Regenwether 21:23; 57. Nolan Kenney 21:44.

FRESHMAN-SOPHOMORE

Team standings

1. Pleasant Valley 31; 2. Bettendorf 38; 3. Muscatine 96; 4. Davenport Central 108; 5. Davenport Assumption 127; 6. Burlington 162; 7. Clinton 213; 8. Davenport West 221; 9. North Scott 236.

Individual winner — Karson Sommer (PV) 17:19.

CLINTON — 19. Noah Buikema 19:15; 38. Bryce Mooney 20:44; 43. Dan Shaw 21:41; 55. Matt Mellen 23:02; 58. Doniyor Yusupov 24:14.

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