The Ottumwa Courier


April 30, 2013

Pekin boys claim Van Buren, Gerard Relay titles



1,500 run — 1. Addie McKee (DC) 5:21.68, 2. Unity Daugherty (VB) 5:26.36, 3. Madeline Nelson (DC) 6:06, 5. Becca Albertson (M) 6:08, 6. Sydney Atwood (VB) 6:43.44.

4x200 — 1. Cardinal (Alexis Adam, Shelby Smith, Carlie Bennett, Lindsay Albert) 1:58.08, 2. Moravia (Emily Moore, Sam Williams, Ellie Wenger, Alex Parlier) 2:00.39, 3. Davis County (Mallory Wells, Brianna Small, Mercedes Northup, TaNisha Dunlavy) 2:06.55, 4. Van Buren (Jacinta Wenke, Alicia Fitzsimmons, Jordan Gire, Steph Woodruff) 2:09.71, 6. Tri-County (Megan Streigel, Jessie Maxwell, Sarah Streigel, Emma Bair) 2:14.36, 7. Twin Cedars (MaKenzie McCarty, Chandler Cassill, Sierra Spaur, Alee Hugen) 2:16.74.

400 dash — 1. Mercedes Northup (DC) 1:08.99, 2. Rachel Warrick (VB) 1:13.63, 5. Patricia Townsend (VB) 1:18.46, 6. Laney Westaway (DC) 1:22.6, 7. Desiree Halama (C) 1:31.

400 hurdles — 1. Hanna Haynes (VB) 1:10.28, 2. Autumn McDanel (M) 1:13.76, 3. Mallory Wells (DC) 1:14, 4. Shania Cassidy (DC) 1:15.54, 5. Kendall Brown (M) 1:16, 6. Brittney Roby (TC) 1:16.65, 7. Madison Alger (TC) 1:22.16.

Sprint Medley — 1. Cardinal (Alexis Adam, Ashlyn Martin, Shelby Smith, Alexis Engle) 2:12.56, 2. Van Buren (Kaitlyn Johnson, Nicole Coffin, Kadie Meek, Rachel Warrick) 2:13.75, 4. Tri-County (Emma Bair, Kristin Krumm, Sara Gragg, Virginia Schmidt) 2:18.09, 5. Davis County (Taylor Wright, Whitney Madden, Kirstin Garmon, Sydney Spargur) 2:20.47.

Shuttle Hurdle Relay — 1. Davis County (TaNisha Dunlavy, Kaitlyn Francis, Connor Wilfawn, Mallory Wells) 1:21.52, 2. Moravia (Autumn McDanel, Hannah Eastlick, Brooklyn Benjamin, Kendall Brown) 1:22.63, 3. Van Buren (Alison Dickinson, Steph Woodruff, Tiffany Beggs, Kimmy Heisel) 1:23.21.

Distance Medley — 1. Van Buren (Kimmy Heisel, Kadie Meek, Carissa Kobelt, Unity Daugherty) 4:55.46, 2. Davis County (Taylor Wright, Whitney Madden, Kaylee Snyder, Kalleigh Tharp) 5:04, 3. Tri-County (Sara Gragg, Emma Bair, Virginia Schmidt, Jackie Moore) 5:05, 5. Cardinal (Alexis Adam, Ashlyn Martin, Alexis Engle, Lindsey Davis) 5:27.79.

800 run — 1. Jackie Moore (Tri-Co) 2:45.51, 2. Carissa Kobelt (VB) 2:54.57, 3. Madeline Nelson (DC) 2:54.98, 4. Caitlyn Millard (VB) 3:01.6, 5. Sierra Spaur (TC) 3:05.84, 7. Becca Albertson (M) 4:46.

4x100 — 1. Cardinal (Alexis Fullenkamp, Alexis Adam, Carlie Bennett, Lindsay Albert) 55.14, 2. Moravia (Hannah Eastlick, Katelynn Tracy, Kendall Brown, Autumn McDanel) 57.54, 3. Van Buren (Kaitlyn Johnson, Nicole Coffin, Kadie Meek, Kimmy Heisel) 59.32, 4. Tri-County (Sara Gragg, Jackie Moore, Emma Bair, Kristin Krumm) 59.48, 5. Davis County (TaNisha Dunlavy, Connor Wilfawn, Taylor Wright, Whitney Madden) 1:00.58, 6. Twin Cedars (MaKenzie McCarty, Madison Alger, Chandler Cassill, Brittney Roby) 1:01.3.

4x400 — 1. Cardinal (Alexis Engle, Lindsay Albert, Alexis Fullenkamp, Delaney Ridgway) 4:50.1, 2. Davis County (Madeline Nelson, Kaylee Snyder, Sydney Spargur, Kalleigh Tharp) 4:59.63, 4. Van Buren (Jacinta Wenke, Patricia Townsend, Alicia Fitzsimmons, Jenna Thornburg) 5:27.

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