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April 30, 2013

Pekin boys claim Van Buren, Gerard Relay titles

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KEOSAUQUA —

4x400 — 1. Melcher-Dallas (Chase Wetterling, Dalton Sharp, Kenneth Wadle, Cody Alexander) 3:47.09, 2. Cardinal 3:48.86, 3. Pekin (Eli Harper, Cade Millikin, Keaton Winn, Austin Fariss) 3:56.02, 4. Davis County (Ryan Fowler, Chris Harvey, Dane Stevenson, Cody Glosser) 4:03.16, 5. Van Buren (Garrett Saunders, Brayden Starnes, Wyatt Cole, Thomas Fitzsimmons) 4:07.96, 6. Twin Cedars (Max Wautrin, Matt Gaspar, Jesse Chapin, Levi Pinegar) 4:42.93.

GIRLS RESULTS

Team scores — 1. Van Buren 151.5, 2. Davis County 148, 3. Cardinal 92.5, 4. Moravia 71, 5. Melcher-Dallas 62, 6. Twin Cedars 51, 7. Tri-County 50, 8. Harmony 29.

Individual Results

Shot put — 1. Marissa Shuey (DC) 36-7, 2. Katelynn Tracy (M) 33-8, 4. Megan Streigel (Tri-Co) 28-8, 5. Kierstin Martin (DC) 28-7, 6. MaKenzie McCarty (TC) 27-8, 7. Savannah Findley (VB) 26-5, 9. Beverly Santiago (C) 25-9, 10. Nicole Self (M) 25-0, 11. Alyssa Davis (C) 24-2, 13. Jacinta Wenke (VB) 22-4.

Discus — 1. Katelynn Tracy (Moravia) 113-7, 2. Courtney Hervey (VB) 99-7, 3. Marissa Shuey (DC) 97-10, 5. Megan Streigel (Tri-County) 82-2, 6. MaKenzie McCarty (Twin Cedars) 81-10, 7. Ellen Peters (C) 68-11, 8. Madison Durflinger (C) 61-10, 9. Nicole Self (M) 61-0, 10. Kierstin Martin (DC) 59-8, 11. Jessie Maxwell (Tri-Co) 59-1, 12. Savannah Findley (VB) 58-2.

High jump — 1. Delaney Ridgway (Cardinal) 4-8, 2. Mallory Wells (Davis County) 4-6, 3. Addie McKee (DC) 4-4, 4. Nicole Coffin (Van Buren) 4-2.

Long jump — 1. Kassidy Sharp (DC) 15-2, 2. Hannah Eastlick (M) 14-2, 3. Addie McKee (DC) 14-0, 4. Sara Gragg (Tri-Co) 13-11, 6. Kristin Krumm (Tri-Co) 12-6.5, 7. Rachel Warrick (VB) 11-7, 8. Sierra Spaur (TC) 10-6.

3,000 run — 1. Sydney Atwood (VB) 12:41.37, 3. Sophie Rotole (DC) 14:51.

100 hurdles — 1. Hanna Haynes (VB) 16.09, 2. Brittney Roby (TC) 17.23, 3. Alexis Fullenkamp (C) 18.68, 4. Alee Hugen (TC) 18.77, 5. Alison Dickinson (VB) 19.34, 5. Delaney Ridgway (C) 19.34, 8. Connor Wilfawn (DC) 20.08, 9. Kaitlyn Francis (DC) 20.8, 11. Brooklyn Benjamin (M) 22.24. 

100 dash — 1. Carlie Bennett (C) 14.32, 3. Kaitlyn Johnson (VB) 14.97, 4. Emily Jester (VB) 15.08, 5. Madison Alger (TC) 15.13, 6. Kristin Krumm (Tri-Co) 15.48, 7. Alee Hugen (TC) 15.52, 8. Briana Small (DC) 15.89, 9. Kayli Bremer (C) 15.95, 11. Emily Moore (M) 16.95, 12. Jessie Maxwell (Tri-Co) 17.0, 13. Laney Westaway (DC) 17.17, 14. Alex Parlier (M) 17.68.

4x800 — 1. Van Buren (Unity Daugherty, Carissa Kobelt, Jansen Heckenberg, Sydney Atwood) 11:59.45, 2. Davis County (Sophia Cook, Kaylee Snyder, Sydney Spargur, Madeline Nelson) 12:18, 3. Cardinal 13:34.

200 dash — 1. Lindsay Albert (C) 28.79, 2. Brittany Roby (TC) 30.92, 5. Aletha Wenke (VB) 32.37, 6. Alee Hugen (TC) 33.11, 7. Briana Small (DC) 33.39, 8. Virginia Schmidt (Tri-Co) 33.99, 9. Sam Williams (M) 34.1, 11. Alicia Fitzsimmons (VB) 34.77, 12. Kierstin Martin (DC) 35.02, 13. Kayli Bremer (C) 38.12.

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