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October 14, 2013

Panther girls dominate SEISC Cross Country Meet

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On the boys' side, Oskaloosa finished fifth with 123. The Indians were spearheaded by Spencer DeJong, who took second with 16:32. In addition, Jared Boggess took 25th with 18:03 and Kamron Van Hulzen grabbed 29th with 18:23.

"A lot of the guys ran their season best performance," Comfort said. "We still have some things to work on before districts, but I believe we can still finish the season strong."

Third-ranked Pella corralled first place honors with 32 and Grinnell came in second with 62.

SEISC Cross County Meet

Winfield

10-10-13

BOYS

Team scoring — 1. Wapello 82, 2. Highland 86, 3. Mediapolis 100, 4. Louisa-Muscatine 120, 5. Columbus 130, 6. West Burlington-Notre Dame 133, 7. Pekin 145, 8. Winfielld-Mt. Union 167, 9. Van Buren 223, 10. Danville-New London 234, 11. Holy Trinity 306, 12. Iowa Mennonite School 323, 13. Harmony 372.

Top Ten —1. Evan Mahler (Highland) 15:38, 2. Dillon Timmerman (Mediapolis) 15:46, 3. Josh Royal (Wapello) 16:07.03, 4. Baron West (West Burlington-Notre Dame) 16:12.47, 5. Collin Poe (Wapello) 16:23.75, 6. Jose Keller (Columbus) 16:30.31, 7. Keiffer Sexton (Highland) 16:31.59, 8. Austin Fariss (Pekin) 16:32.31, 9. Jonathan Gavin (West Burlington-Notre Dame) 16:34.81, 10. Travis Hostetter (West Burlington-Notre Dame) 16:36.18.

Pekin Runners — 1. Austin Fariss 16:32.31, 26. Malcolm Meyers 17:29.59, 41. Micah Van Sickle 18:16.25, 42. Christian Little 18:16.87, 51. Ryan Millikin 18:24.72, 75. Nathan Kielkopf 19:29.

Van Buren Runners —32. Dalton Haynes 17:35.90, 52. Thomas Fitzsimmons 18:25.50, 56. Seth Dickinson 18:36.78, 57. Nolan Lydolph 18:43.69, 65. Drew Nolting 19:04, 76. Josh Wenke 19:32.50.

Fairfield Maharishi Runners —64. Jordan Town 19:03.34, 89. Alex Hoffman 20:35.78, 91. Lalith Pullapantula 20:49.88, 94. Donnovan Schroeder 21:26.66.

GIRLS

Team scoring —1. Pekin 22, 2. Mediapolis 85, 3. Wapello 103, 4. Lone Tree 114, 5. Louisa-Muscatine 127, 6. Columbus 141, 7. Danville-New London 156, 8. Van Buren 162.

Top Ten — 1. Gwynne Wright (Pekin) 14:54, 2. Taylor Lock (Pekin) 15:13, 3. Savannah Banwart (Mediapolis) 15:16, 4. Shea Dahlstrom (Pekin) 15:22, 5. Haley Thie (Mediapolis) 15:26, 6. Kimberlee Ewart (Wapello) 15:35, 7. Jessica Wolken (Central Lee) 15:36, 8. Allison Sporkman (Holy Trinity) 15:46, 9. Sloan Reighard (Pekin) 15:33, 10. Bonnie Becker (Pekin) 16:00.

Pekin Runners — 1. Gwynne Wright 14:54, 2. Taylor Lock 15:13, 4. Dahlstrom 15:22, 9. Reighard 15:43, 10. Becker 16:00, 16. Payton Lock 16:33, 17. Samantha Wright 16:39.

Van Buren Runners — 14. Unity Daugherty 16:23, 24. Sydney Atwood 17:11, 48. Caitlyn Millard 18:40, 57. Kadie Meek 19:15, 71. Jessie Cassens 21:46, 72. Bethany Millard 22:40.

Fairfield Maharishi Runners — 70. Samantha Bell 21:45.

Little Hawkeye Conference XC Championships

Oskaloosa Girls

Team Scoring:1. Pella (#4) 35, 2. Oskaloosa 59 (#13), 3. Dallas Center-Grimes 78, 4. Grinnell 79, 5. Newton 100, 6. Norwalk 196, 7. Knoxville 204, 8. Pella Christian 227

4. Bailey Blythe 15:10 (All-Conference), 5. Sienna DeJong 15:27 (All-Conference), 13. Tori Palmer 16:31 (All-Conference), 17. Lesley Roquet 16:39, 20. Melissa Moorman 17:03, 31. Kelsey Roquet 17:31, 34. Riley Berg 17:43

Varsity Boys

Team Standings:1. Pella (#3) 32, 2. Grinnell 62, 3. Dallas Center-Grimes 104, 4. Newton 110, 5. : Oskaloosa 123, 6. Knoxville 134, 7. Norwalk 158, 8. Pella Christian No Score

2. Spencer DeJong 16:32 (All-Conference), 25. Jared Boggess 18:03, 29. Kamron Van Hulzen 18:23, 33. Colton Berg 18:41, 38. Caleb Fisher 19:05, 48. Gerrit Van Maanen 20:04, Skylar DeJong DNF

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