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October 3, 2013

OHS harriers score in top four at Williams Invite

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The Ottumwa cross-country teams are back on the course Tuesday for the first of two meets next week. The Bulldogs will join several area teams at Centerville’s "Big Red/Redette" Invitational.

“We’re down to our last four meets and our last two-meet week coming up,” Smith said. “We’re definitely looking forward to improving off of this performance on Tuesday.”

PREP CROSS COUNTRY

Iowa City High Bud Williams Invitational

At University of Iowa Course, Iowa City

10-3-13

BOYS

Team scoring — 1. Iowa City High 15, 2. Southeast Polk 62, 3. Ottumwa 98, 4. Cedar Rapids Jefferson 105, 5. Pekin 128, 6. Iowa Mennonite 169.

Top Ten — 1. Ryan Dorman (Iowa City High) 16:38, 2. Chris Ohrt (ICH) 16:43, 3. Matthew Dodge (ICH) 17:07, 4. Joel Bender (ICH) 17:10, 5. Jarett Purdy (ICH) 17:11, 6. Patrick Cyudhhiro (ICH) 17:17, 7. Cody McConnell (Ottumwa) 17:31, 8. Jens Dancer (ICH) 17:31, 9. Jordan Tommey (Southeast Polk) 17:34, 10. Andy Peterson (ICH) 17:35.

Ottumwa Runners — 7. Cod. McConnell 17:31, 27. Collin McConnell 18:33, 30. Dalton Bowers 18:39, 33. Shane Riley 18:50, 34. Curtis Ford 18:53, 40. Roger Cruz 19:30, 50. Riley Winn 20:41.

GIRLS

Team scoring — 1. Iowa City High 35, 2. Pekin 43, 3. Cedar Rapids Jefferson 69, 4. Ottumwa 90.

Top Ten — 1. Mollie Shepherd (Iowa City High) 14:58, 2. Mary Arch (ICH) 15:31, 3. Taylor Lock (Pekin) 15:45, 4. Gwynne Wright (P) 15:50, 5. Shae Dahlstrom (P) 15:52, 6. Meredith Koenigsselg (Cedar Rapids Jefferson) 16:20, 7. Sara Hannah (CRJ) 16:26, 8. Megan Gyely (CRJ) 16:27, 9. Olivia Peterson (ICH) 16:31, 10. Daylin Latham (Ottumwa) 16:34.

Ottumwa Runners — 10. Latham 16:34, 23. Georgia Garrett 17:35, 25. Charlette Flanders 17:40, 28. Jayden Cloyd 17:47, 29. Ashlyn Thompson 17:50, 36. Gracie Rivera 18:43.

Pekin Runners — 3. T. Lock 15:45, 4. G. Wright 15:50, 5. Dahlstrom 15:52,

JV BOYS

Team scoring — 1. Iowa City High 15, 2. Southeast Polk 50, 3. Cedar Rapids Jefferson 85.

Top Ten — 1. Micheal Berg (Iowa City High) 18:11, 2. Coles Bersman-Corbet (ICH) 18:15, 3. Ian Berhoef (ICH) 18:21, 4. Nick McNabb (ICH) 18:43, 5. Hagen O’Pitz (ICH) 18:46, 6. Russell Martin (ICH) 19:13, 7. 7. Harris Sebold (ICH) 19:13, 8. Grant Merdon (ICH) 19:16, 9. Michael Taylor (ICH) 19:23, 10. Ben Martin (ICH) 19:26

Ottumwa Runners — 54. Alex Ayala 21:39, 61. Storm Beltran 22:04, 77. Wyatt Blegan 23:15, 95. Race Elliott 25:55, 104. David Helfenberger 29:22.

JV GIRLS

Team scoring — 1. Iowa City High 15, 2. Pekin 53, 3. Ottumwa 77, 4. Cedar Rapids Jefferson 87.

Top Ten — 1. Aminata Traroe (Iowa City High) 17:26, 2. Mary Rethwisch (ICH) 17:33, 3. Esabell Shutt (ICH) 17:33, 4. Emily Bywater (ICH) 17:48, 5. Laura Cornell (ICH) 17:57, 6. Emma O’Herra (ICH) 18:03, 7. Mae McDonough (ICH) 18:06, 8. Leah Holesther (ICH) 18:19, 9. Taylor Reynolds (Pekin) 18:24, 10. Michelle Jennings (ICH) 18:37.

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