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October 23, 2012

Albia boys and Davis County girls qualify for state

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COLUMBUS JUNCTION — Class 2A Regional Cross Country

Columbus Junction

Monday, Oct. 22

BOYS

Team scoring — 1. Tipton 56; 2. Mid-Prairie 98; 3. Albia 100; 4. Northeast 11; 5. Mediapolis 120; 6. Davis County 145; 7. Wapello 154; 8. Eddyville-Blakesburg-Fremont 200; 9. Danville-New London 249; 10. Pella Christian 261; 11. Columbus 279; 12. Louisa-Muscatine 307; 13. Central Lee 361.

Top Ten — 1. Dillon Timmermann (Mediapolis 16:21; 2. Colton Dorpinghaus (Albia) 16:26; 3. Eli Kaczinski (Northeast) 16:32; 4. Eric Lenz (Tipton( 16:44; 5. Ben Polley (Wapello) 17:03; 6. Scott Pelzer (Tipton) 17:15; 7. Chris Welch (EBF) 17:16; 8. Nick Oliver (Danville-New London) 17:18; 9. Zach Hougland (Davis County) 17:30; 10. Jared Draper (Mid-Prairie) 17:30.

Davis County Runners — 13. Justin Vollmer 17:35; 29. Clay Roberts 18:11; 42. Kody Smith 18:52; 52. Sean Emmons 19:15, 53. Chris Harvey 19:16; 68. Coty Good 20:03

Albia Runners — 2. Colton Dorpinghaus 16:26, 17. J.D. Anderson 17:48, 19. Mason Cox 17:51; 21. Aaron Ambrose 17:56; 41. Tyler Pasut 18:49; 55. Marcos Ferryera 19:20; 56. Tyler Beary 19:50.

GIRLS

Team scoring — 1. Northeast 34; 2. Mediapolis 82; 3. Davis County 88; 4. Mid-Prairie 109; 5. Wapello 133; 6. Albia 146; 7. Columbus 181; 8. Danville-New London 186; 9. Louisa-Muscatine 202; 10. EBF 241.

Top Ten — 1. Cassandra Stuflick (Danville-New London) 15:48; 2. Alenna Marcucci (Northeast) 16:55; 3. Mallory McArtor (Mid-Prairie) 16:55; 4. Chandra Smith (Davis County) 16:56; 5. Emily Frank (Northeast 16:57 (Northeast); 6. Kaitlynn Riley Northeast 16:59; 7. Savannah Vanwart (Media) 17:00; 8. Haley Thie (Media) 17;00; 9. Hannah Kilburg (Northeast) 17:03; 10. Michelle Manser (Albia) 17:12.

Davis County Runners — 4. Chandra Smith 16:56; 11. Addie McKee 17:18; 13. Ally McClure 17:41; 27. Maggie Hougland 18:44; 33. Kalliegh Tharp 19:07;  35. Marissa Hamburg 19:18; 46. Sydney Spargur 19:57.

Albia Runners — 10. Michelle Manser 17:12; 25. Kristyn Garver 18:35; 31. Kim Teno 19:03;  32. Kaitlyn Spieler 19:06; 48. Liz Kent 20:26; 56. Suzy Strasko 21:53; 63. Amber Mills 23:08.

 

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