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April 9, 2013

Panthers beat Comets at Anderson Relays

(Continued)

High jump — 1. Keaton Winn (P) 5-8, 3. Chase Earnest (P) 5-6, 4. Caleb Windschitl (M) 5-6, 5. Jonathan Pedersen (C) 5-4, 6. Matthew Hopkins (DC) 5-2.

Long jump — 1. Charlie Rachford (C) 18-5.25, 2. Colton Lanman (P) 18-1, 3. Tyler Albert (C) 17-2, 5. Scott Enstminger (P) 16-5.25.

3,200 run — 1. Garrett Farriss (P) 11:19.221, 2. Ryan Cale (C) 11:40.663, 4. Chris Harvey (DC) 12:12.03, 5. Thomas Slaney (P) 12:48.15.

100 dash — 1. Chase Copeland (P) 11.557, 2. Cody Glosser (DC) 12.012, 3. Cole Campbell (C) 12.026, 4. Kolby Allsup (P) 12.481.

110 high hurdles — 1. Earnest (P) 16.15, 2. Pederson (C) 16.26, 3. Albert (C) 16.388, 4. Cory Loyd (P) 16.563, 6. Kyle Payne (DC) 18.609.

4x800 — 1. Pekin (Eli Harper, Graham Wittrock, Cole Reighard, Harper) 9:07.032, 2. Davis County JV 9:19.17, 3. Cardinal 9:46.467.

200 dash — 1. Quentin Garrells (P) 24.285, 2. Blake Wright (C) 24.291, 4. Allsup (P) 25.567, 5. Cody Carter (C) 26.205, 6. Townsend (DC) 26.541.

1,600 run — 1. Zach Hougland (DC) 5:05.323, 2. Fariss (P) 5:22.081, 3. Donovan Beary (M) 5:26.8, 6. Glancy (P) 5:22.081.

4x200 — 1. Pekin (Copeland, Winn, Graham Wittrock, Garrels) 1:37.493, 2. Cardinal 1:37.733, 4. Davis County JV 1:43.442, 5. Moravia 1:51.262.

400 dash — 1. G. Wittrock (P) 54.192, 2. Quinn Honomichl (C) 57.253, 3. Austin Davis (DC) 58.653, 4. Tayte Schoff (P) 59.362, 5. Brandon Potts (C) 1:00.731, 6. Stevenson (DC) 1:03.755.

400 hurdles — 1. Lloyd (P) 1:00.288, 2. Adam (P) 1:02.702, 5. Payne (DC) 1:06.3, 6. Clay Hamaker (DC) 1:06.502.

Medley — 1. Pekin (Garrels, C. Wittrock, G. Wittrock, Harper) 3:58.086, 2. Cardinal 4:11.275, 4. Davis County JV 4:15.858, 5. Moravia 4:23.37.

Shuttle Hurdle Relay — 1. Cardinal 1:03.09, 2. Pekin (Tanner Adam, Lanman, Lloyd, Earnest) 1:05.62, 3. Davis County JV 1:12.42, 5. Cardinal JV 1:15.804.

800 run — 1. Cade Millikin (P) 2:18.304, 2. Reighard (P) 2:26.538, 4. Stevenson (DC) 2:34.512.

4x100 — 1. Pekin (Copland, Winn, C. Wittrock, Garrels) 46.513, 3. Cardinal 50.012, 4. Davis County JV 51.121.

4x400 — 1. Pekin (Allsup, Schoff, G. Wittrock, Winn) 3:56.82, 2. Cardinal 4:04.06, 4. Davis County JV 4:17.9.

Girls Results

Team scores — 1. Wayne 174, 2. Sigourney 144, 3. Davis County JV 137, 4. Cardinal 92.

Individual Results

Shot put — 1. Breanna Fortune (Wayne) 35-1, 3. Mason Roberts (DC) 30-0, 4. Becca Ohland (Sigourney) 30-0, 5. Fisher (S) 26-5, 6. Alyssa Davis (Cardinal) 22-7.

Discus — 1. Fortune (W) 93-1, 2. Roberts (DC) 87-5, 4. Fisher (S) 66-4, 5. Peters (C) 65-4, 6. Durflinger (C) 53-6.

High jump — 1. Raquel Relph (W) 4-4, 2. Delaney Ridgeway (C) 4-4, 3. Erbacker (S) 4-2, 4. Mallory Wells (DC) 4-2.

Long jump — 1. Amanda Collyar (W) 14-5.875, 3. Lauren Lynch (DC) 13-10.75, 4. Val MaGill (S) 13-10.25, 5. Cami Guiter (DC) 13-8.375, 6. Shaw (S) 11-5.875.

3,000 run — 1. Sophie Rotole (DC) 14:47.05, 2. Lacey Wesaway (DC) 14:52.09, 3. Burg (S) 15:00.44, 4. Stout (S) 18:00.25.

100 hurdles — 1. Karissa Winegarden (S) 18.123, 2. Ridgeway (C) 18.772, 3. Lexi Fullenkamp (C) 18.868, 4. Connor Wilfawn (DC) 19.557, 6. Herman (S) 20.166.

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