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September 24, 2013

Slattery, Meyer win invitational

(Continued)

Runners by team

BELLEVUE -- 1. Meyer 16:30; 6. Logan DeVries 18:34; 8. Anders Frieberg 18:42; 9. Nathan Goslin 18:50; 14. Josh Sieverding 19:05; 20. Chase Kueter 19:52; 27. Aaron Beckley 21:01.

MARQUETTE -- 2. Schmidt 17:19; 7. Logan Schroeder 18:39; 11. Kelby ueller 18:59; 12. Sam Peters 19:00; 18. Lucas Frank 19:37; 21. Jordan Kell 20:02.

PRINCE OF PEACE -- 10. Devin Bly 18:56; 13. Seth Moeller 19:00; 15. Jacob Jankowski 19:06; 16. Dermot Bly 19:15; 19. Caleb Kitteringham 19:40.

MAQUOKETA -- 3. Koppes 17:32; 17. Ryan Murphy 19:30; 23. Jake Miller 20:16; 24. Sam Fowler 20:19; 28. Joey Lyon 21:09.

CAMANCHE -- 4. Peterson 17:58; 22. Brady Determan 20:07; 29. Alden McMinimy 21:13; 31. Justin McMullen 25:45.

CALAMUS-WHEATLAND -- 25. Jon Licht 20:35; 26. Cole Moeller 20:48; 30. David Benischek 21:51.

Girls Team Standings

1. Maquoketa 47; 2. Easton Valley 95; 3. Bellevue 96; 4. Camanche 103; 5. Marquette Catholic 106.

Top five

1. Megan Slattery (CW) 16:05; 2. Jackie Kokjohn (Prince of Peace) 16:07; 3. Nicole Nielsen (Cam) 17:20; 4. Meghan McLaughlin (EV) 17:28; 5. Janie Saunders (Maq) 17:30.

Runners by team

MAQUOKETA -- 5. Saunders 17:30; 7. Cassie Ruppert 17:46; 9. Ellie Burhmal 18:15; 12. Ashley Becker 19:02; 14. Jessica Gerardy 19:24; 15. Tess Nissan 19:27; 19. Sophie Anderson 19:54.

EASTON VALLEY -- 4. McLaughlin 17:28; 11. Rose Strait 18:53; 22. Abby Smithson 20:06; 27. Andrea Junge 21:06; 31. Brooke Wagner 22:37.

BELLEVUE -- 6. Rachel Kilburg 17:34; 16. Nikki Haxmeier 19:39; 20. Natalie Sullivan 20:01; 26. Holly Herrig 20:48; 28. Halley Scholtes 21:44; 32. Sarah Kandell 22:52.

CAMANCHE -- 3. Nielsen 17:20; 12. Courtney Martens 19:16; 24. Giorgia Peduzzi 20:31; 30. Megan Hoffman 22:12; 33. Demi Edens 24:21.

MARQUETTE -- 8. Molly Sieverding 17:56. 21. Bella Berthel 20:03; 23. Kristina Koos 20:19; 25. Anne Noltin 20:45; 29. Ellie Sieverding 21:59.

CALAMUS-WHEATLAND -- 1. Slattery 16:05; 10. Dana Koester 18:25; 17. Kailey Potter 19:42; 18. Sierra Rodriguez 19:46.

PRINCE OF PEACE -- 2. Kokjohn 16:07.

 

 

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