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September 23, 2013

No. 14 Albia boys join No. 2 Pekin girls by win team title at home invite

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Albia Cross-County Invitational

At Albia Country Club

9-23-13

BOYS

Team scoring — 1. Albia 20, 2. Pekin 69, 3. Centerville 78, 4. Chariton 87, 5. Wayne 126.

Top Ten — 1. Colton Dorpinghaus (Albia) 17:46, 2. Mason Cox (A) 18:07, 3. Austin Fariss (Pekin) 18:17, 4. Tyler Pasut (A) 18:31, 5. Lorenzo Baker-Martinez (Wayne) 19:04, 6. Cole Kurimski (A) 19:13, 7. Tyler Beary (A) 19:23, 8. Matt Wells (Centerville) 19:23, 9. Caleb Boley (A) 19:25, 10. Nick McCann (CV) 19:28.

Albia Runners — 1. Dorpinghaus 17:46, 2. Cox 18:07, 4. Pasut 18:31, 6. Kurimski 19:13, 7. Beary 19:23, 9. Boley 19:25, 12. Aaron Ambrose 19:52.

Pekin Runners — 3. Fariss 18:17, 11. Malcom Meyers 19:36, 14. Clayton Essary 20:17, 16. Avery Bennett 20:49, 25. Nate Kielkopf 21:26, 27. Jayd Denney 21:55

Centerville Runners — 8. Wells 19:23, 10. McCann 19:28, 17. Joe Zintz 20:56, 20. Grant Kelly 21:05, 23. Brandon Lechtenberg 21:20, 24. Devon Glosser 21:22, 29. Colton Belloms 23:00

Chariton Runners — 13. Sam Adams 20:12, 15. Max Covington 20:22, 18. Noah Thatcher 21:03, 19. Trevor Steinhausen 21:05, 22. Jonah Thatcher 21:18, 26. Austin Cline 21:34, 28. Aaron McDonough 22:14

Twin Cedars Runners — 30. Hunter Carlson 23:08, 32. Colton Spaur 25:14

GIRLS

Team scoring — 1. Pekin 21, 2. Albia 63, 3. Centerville 73, 4. Chariton 112, 5. Wayne 122

Top Ten —1. Gwynne Wright (Pekin) 15:58, 2. Shae Dahlstorm (P) 16:04, 3. Taylor Lock (P) 16:21, 4. Michelle Manser (Albia) 16:39, 5. Cassidy Schacher (Centerville) 16:52, 6. Jordan Winke (A) 17:01, 7. Payton Lock (P) 17:13, 8. Bonnie Becker (P) 17:22, 9. Samantha Wright (P) 17:27, 10. Kaitlyn Spieler (A) 17:35.

Pekin Runners — 1. G. Wright 15:58, 2. Dahlstrom 16:04, 3. T. Lock 16:21, 7. P. Lock 17:13, 8. Becker 17:22, 9. S. Wright 17:27, 11. Taylor Winn 17:42

Albia Runners — 4. Manser 16:39, 6. Winke 17:01, 10. Spieler 17:35, 18. Suzy Strasko 19:19, 25. Liz DeTar 20:34, 27. Liz Kent 20:39, 30. Emma Dinneen 21:21

Centerville Runners — 5. Schacher 16:52, 12. Bailey Witt 17:47, 15. Kirsten Brauman 18:38, 20. Hanna Sheston 19:25, 21. Sydney Donmer 19:37, 24. Melissa Chapman 20:32, 32. Katie Sharp 21:48

Chariton Runners — 16. Maria Blong 18:48, 17. Allison Summerfield 18:58, 22. Madison Showers 19:43, 26. Victoria Zinchencko 20:36, 31. Ashley Batty 21:44, 33. Kya Wheeler 22:05, 36. Sydney McNeeley 23:10

Moravia Runners — 29. Emily Warren 21:19

Twin Cedars Runners — 13. Brittney Roby 17:52, 34. KayLee Bruns 22:27, 40. Rachel Sarbaugh 25:27, 41. Kelli Spaur 25:37.

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