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April 5, 2013

Centerville finishes first at home relays

CENTERVILLE — The Centerville track and field boys team ably protected its home turf Thursday, as it took first at its first home co-ed relays with 132.5 points.

Meanwhile, the Mustang girls track and field team captured second place at the relays with 150 points. Mount Pleasant secured first with 189.5.

Payton Busch bolstered the Big Reds’ cause by taking first in the 400 dash with 51.50 seconds and the 800 meters with 1:58.22. Logan Brown also helped Centerville by placing first in the 200 dash with 23.46. The Big Reds also earned first place honors in the medley with 3:58.64.

For the girls, Mustang Kate Birchmier was the top dog in the shot put and the discus, as she recorded first place finishes in both events. She heaved the shot put 41-9.25, which broke her outdoor school record; and tossed the discus 123 feet. Both Birchmier and Marissa Shuey are tossing state qualifying distances in the shot put, coach Josh Husted said.

Ally McClure sparked the Mustangs by grabbing first place in the 400 hurdles with 1:13.94. Kassidy Sharp also spurred Davis County with first place finishes in the high jump, 5 feet, and second in the long jump, 15-6.

“The girls are rising to their competition and succeeding,” Husted said. “They really fight for every piece of success they have.”

The Centerville girls came in fourth at the relays. Cassidy Schacher came through for the Redettes with a first place finish in the 3,000 run with 11:51.88.

Meanwhile, Oskaloosa snared third place in the boys meet. KiJana DeJong spurred the Indians with a first place finish in the 1, 600 with 4:46.67. Also, Drew Richmond gave Oskaloosa a boost by leaping to a first place finish in the long jump with 19-4. Occupying the fourth place slot was Davis County, which finished with 73 points.

Mustang Andrew Cowles captured first in the 110 hurdles with a time of 15.16 and the 400 hurdles with 59.53.  Albia, which placed fifth in the boys meet with 64 points, shined in the relay races. The Blue Demons took first in the 4x100 (45.14), the 4x400 (3:31.48) and the 4x200 (1:32.86). Also, Albia’s Alex Schultz zoomed to a first place finish in the 100 dash with 11.06.

Twin Cedars took seventh in the boys meet with 14 team points.  

Centerville Co-ed Relays

Centerville

April 4, 2013

BOYS RESULTS

Team scores — 1. Centerville 132.5, 2. Mount Pleasant 131.5, 3. Oskaloosa 110, 4. Davis County 73, 5. Albia 64, 6. Putnam County 18, 7. Chariton 15, 8. Twin Cedars 14.

Results

Shot put — 1. Webster (MP) 54-4.75, 3. Wayne Doerscher (DC) 46-11.25, 4. Firkin (CENT) 46-6.75, 5. Willis (OSKY) 43-0.75, 6. Moore (CENT) 42-4.25.  

Discus — 1. Dunn (MP) 165-4, 3. Zeb Black (DC) 140-5, 4. Strasser (OSKY) 139-8, 5. Judge (ALBIA) 134-5, 6. Davidson (DC) 133-5.

High jump — 1. Mulford (MP) 6-3, 2. Reiter (OSKY) 6-0, 3. Moorman (CENT) 5-10, 4. Sarver (OSKY) 5-8, 5. Gonnerman (CENT) 5-6, T6. Mulford (OSKY) 5-6, Bauman (CENT) 5-6.

Long jump — 1. Richmond (OSKY) 19-4, 2. Cowles (DC) 19-2, 3. Schmidt (CENT) 18-3, 4. Loeffler (TC) 17.

3,200 run — 1. Grothe (CENT) 10:53.623, 3. Fisher (OSKY) 11:55.602, 4. Chris Harvey (DC) 11:59.637, 5. Ortiz (CHAR) 12:11.288, Evans (CHAR) 12:22.801.

110 high hurdles — 1. Andrew Cowles (DC) 15.161, 3. DeJong (OSKY) 15.980, 4. Gavigan (CENT) 17, 6. Reed (OSKY) 18.034.

100 dash — 1. Schultz (ALB) 11.061, 3. Thomas (CENT) 11.757, 4. Coniglio (OSKY) 11.859, 5. Brown (CENT) 11.906, 6. Hugen (ALB) 12.066.

4x800 — 1. Albia 8:31.864, 2. Oskaloosa 1:36.04, 3. Davis County 8:59.284, 5. Chariton 9:28.428, 6. Centerville 9:38.131.

200 dash — 1. Brown (CENT) 23.460, 4. Silvers (OSKY), 5. Micetich (CENT) 24.692, 6. Sinclair (ALB) 25.118.

1,600 run — 1. DeJong (OSKY) 4:46.671, 2. Grothe (CENT) 4:58.378, 3. Zach Hougland (DC) 4:59.502, 4. VanHulzen (OSKY) 5:11.645, 5. Roby (TC) 5:16.107.

4x200 — 1. Albia 1:32.862, 2. Centerville 1:34.873, 3. Oskaloosa 1:36.084, 5. Twin Cedars 1:41.427, 6. Davis County 1:41.226.

400 dash — 1. Busch (CENT) 51.505, 2. Wynn (ALB) 54.676, 3. Micetich (CENT) 55.208, 4. Silvers (OSKY) 56.887, 5. Sinclair (ALB) 57.634.

400 hurdles — 1. Andrew Cowles (DC) 59.536, 2. Carel (CENT) 1:00.636, 4. DeJong (OSKY) 1:01. 380, 5. Jones (TC) 1:03.240, 6. Bassett (DC) 1:04.643.

Medley — 1. Centerville 3:58.647, 3. Oskaloosa 4:09, 5. Twin Cedars 4:26.797, 6. Chariton 4:30.545.

800 run — 1. Busch (CENT) 1:58.228, 3. Bengston (CHAR) 2:06.86, 4. Thomas (DC) 2:12.341, 6. DeJong (OSKY) 2:15.495.

4x100 — 1. Albia 45.145, 2. Oskaloosa 45.937, 4. Centerville 46.472, 5. Davis County 46.940, 6. Twin Cedars 48.787.

4x400 — 1. Albia 3:31.480, 2. Centerville 3:44.220, 4. Davis County 4:00.228, 5. Oskalossa 4:07.244, 6. Chariton 4:20.746.

GIRLS RESULTS

Team scores — 1. Mount Pleasant 189.5, 2. Davis County 150, 3. Knoxville 52.5, 4. Centerville 51, 5. Central Decatur 43, 6. Chariton 34, T7. Keokuk 27, Wayne 27, 9. Putnam County 12, 10. Newtown-Harris 2, 11. Scotland County 1.

Results

Shot put — 1. Birchmier (DC) 41-9.25, 4. Shuey (DC) 35-4.25.  

Discus — 1. Birchmier (DC) 123, 3. Valentine (CENT) 104-2, 5. Shuey (DC) 96-10.

High jump — 1. Sharp (DC) 5, T2. Showers 4-10.

Long jump — 1. Taylor (MP) 16-1, 2. Sharp (DC) 15-6, 6. Lahart (CHAR) 14-3.

3,000 run — 1. Cassidy Schacher (CENT) 11:51.889, 2. Chandra Smith (DC) 12:05.836, 6. Sydney Spargur (DC) 14:15.638.

100 hurdles — 1. Taylor (MP) 15.665, 4. Blong (CHAR) 17.485, 5. Grenko (CENT) 17.811, 6. Sharp (DC) 17.978.

400 hurdles — 1. Ally McClure (DC) 1:13.946, 6. Wells (DC) 1:21.589.

100 dash — 1. Saxton (CD) 12.741, 3. Lahart (CHAR) 13.303, 4. Boyle (CENT) 13.808.

4x800 — 1. Mount Pleasant 9:59.558, 2. Davis County 10:22.985, 3. Centerville 11:18.207.

200 dash — 1. Saxton (CD) 27.387, 2. Lahart (CHAR) 28.292, 5. Showers (CHAR) 29.7, 6. Roberts (DC) 29.820.

1,500 run — 1. Conrad (MP) 5:26.651, 3. Tharp (DC) 5:30.909, 4. Smith (DC) 5:36.535, 6. Busch (CENT) 6:02.018.

4x200 — 1. Keokuk 1:57.207, 2. Davis County 1:57.492, 6. Centerville 2:02.103.

400 dash — 1. Ludwig (MP) 1:05.921, 3. Hougland (DC) 1:07.379, 4. Lynch (DC)) 1:07.810, 6. Whitt (CENT) 1:09.643.

Shuttle Hurdle Relay — 1. Mount Pleasant 1:14.624, 3. Davis County 1:15.972, 4. Centerville 1:17.818, 5. Chariton 1:21.287.

Sprint Medley — 1. Knoxville 2:03.875, 2. Centerville 2:03.232, 4. Chariton 2:06.502, 5. Davis County 2:06.822.

Distance Medley — 1. Davis County 4:40.79, 4. Centerville 5:04.214.

800 run — 1. Haffaman (MP) 2:28.699, 2. McKee (DC) 2:31.412, 4. Graves (DC) 2:33.644, 5. Schacher (CENT) 2:43.819.

4x100 — 1. Mount Pleasant 54.092, 4. Davis County 56.494.

4x400 — 1. Davis County 4:30.405, 5. Centerville 4:54.476.

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