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May 7, 2013

The best for last

(Continued)

”It’s great to be an Indian tonight,” Mark Metzger said.

BIG EAST CONFERENCE MEET

BOYS

Team Standings

1. Camanche 176; 2. Northeast 108; 3. Lisbon 86; 4. Bellevue 60; 5. Preston 44; 6. Marquette Catholic 29; 7. Calamus-Wheatland 28; 8. Midland 24; 9. Prince of Peace 1.

Individual results

200 meters 1. Derek Harksen (Ca) 22.14; 2 Justin Alden (CW) 22.15; 3. Cody Mensinger (Ca) 23.17; 4. Logan Wilhelm (Pr) 23.51; 5. Kevin Boughton (NE) 23.62; 6. Kody Kilburg (Marq) 24.84.

400 — 1. Harksen (Ca) 49.76; 2. Mensinger (Ca) 51.55; 3. Connor Soenksen (NE) 52.09; 5. Nick Anderson (NE) 54.42.

800 — 1. Nick Anderson (NE) 2:04.58; 2. Danny Schroeder (Marq) 2:05.66; 3. Eli Kaczinski (NE) 2:06.93; 6. Jacob Pulse (Ca) 2:16.20.

110 hurdles — 1. Mike Osaro (Ca) 15.70; 2. Cole Reeg (Bel) 15.73; 3. Logan Schroeder (Marq) 16.27; 4. Jace Michels (Bel) 16.45; 6. Shykeem Williams (Ca) 17.52.

1,600 — 1. Austin Springsteen (Li) 4:31.13; 2. Eli Kaczinski (NE) 4:34.88; 3. Danny Schroeder (Marq) 4:39.03; 4. Andrew Meyer (Bel) 4:41.05; 6. Bryce Everson (Ca) 5:04.31.

3,200 — 1. Caleb Morningstar (Li) 10:27.56; 2. Logan Peterson (Ca) 11:02.48; 3. Brice Everson (Ca) 11:05.21; 6. Christian Knutsen (NE) 11:41.21.

400 hurdles — 1. Osaro (Ca) 56.58; 2. Devin Norman (Ca) 57.65; 3. Nick Kennicker (NE) 58.98; 4. Jace Michels (Bel) 59.18.

Discus — 1. Mensinger (Ca) 131-6; 2. Lane Kaczinski (Ca) 121-3; 4. Keaton Tebbe (Pr) 111-1; 5. Brett Earles (Pr) 105-6; 6. Stephan Kenneavy (PoP) 100-2.

High jump — 1. Bo Lingle (NE) 6-0; 2. Mitch Roth (Ca) 5-8; 3. Jamie Kremer (Bel) 5-6; 4. Brady Beal (Ca) 5-4; 4. Nick Wall (NE) 5-4.

Long jump — 1. Alden (CW) 20-7.75; 2. Evan Dalldorf (Bel) 19-10.5; 2. Boughton (NE) 19-10.5; 4. Lingle (NE) 19-3.25; 5. Isaac Sturm (Marq) 18-5; 6. Quinn Fromm (Bel) 18-2.5.

Shot put — 1. Keegan Tritle (Li) 47-4; 2. Keaton Tebbe (Pr) 46-0.5; 3. Lane Kaczinski (Ca) 43-3; 4. Chadd Weller (Ca) 39-11; 6. Tevin Stoecker (NE) 39-7.5.

400 relay — 1. Northeast (Ben Hildebrandt, Lingle, Stoecker, Boughton) 45.83; 2 Bellevue 47.10; 4. Preston 50.61; 5. Midland 53.88.

800 relay — 1. Camanche (Easton McDaniel, Zach Nissen, Aaron Shum, Thomas Brantley) 1:34.48; 2. Preston 1:35.06; 3. Bellevue 1:37.40; 4. Northeast 1:37.50; 5. Marquette Catholic 1:38.10

1,600 relay — 1. Camanche (Thomas Brantley, Brady Beal, Jeremiah Jones, Will Seeser) 3:35.44; 2. Northeast 3:38.05; 4. Bellevue 3:43.42; 5. Preston 3:43.87.

3,200 relay — 1. Camanche (Jones, Quan Matthews, Kyle Gifford, Seeser) 8:44.28; 2. Northeast 8:52.02; 5. Preston 9:46.59; 6. Bellevue 9:46.84.

440 shuttle hurdle relay — 1. Camanche (Brantley, Norman, Williams, Osaro) 1:00.30; 3. Bellevue 1:04.66; 4. Marquette Catholic 1:07.61; 5. Northeast 1:09.28.

1,600 medley — 1. Lisbon (John Noll, Logan Rickard, Tanner Sackett-Hopkins, Austin Springsteen) 3:43.01; 2. Northeast 3:43.67; 3. Preston 3:44.12; 4. Camanche 3:58.47; 5. Midland 3:58.78; 6. Bellevue 4:27.24

GIRLS

Team Standings

1. Camanche 161; 2. Northeast 140.5; 3. Preston 67; 4. Bellevue/Marquette Catholic 64; 5. Lisbon 63; 6. Midland 38.5; 7. Calamus- Wheatland 32; 8. Prince of Peace 20.

100 — 1. Danae Diedrich (NE) 12.85; 2. Tierra Hildebrandt (NE) 12.97; 4. Addison McDanel (Ca) 13.44; 5. Morgan Lyons (Ca) 13.96; 6. Brooke Smithson (Pre) 14.23.

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