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Jefferson High School - Cedar Rapids, Iowa

Rylea Bennett wins Metro Spotlight Award

Cedar Rapids Jefferson senior Rylea Bennett is the winner of the Metro Spotlight Award for high school girls this week, the Metro Sports Report announced Sunday.

Bennett is one of the top bowlers in the state for the J-Hawks. She carries a 198.4 game average and a 396.9 series average, giving her a slight lead in the Metro area over Rylee Blood of Prairie.

Bennett has been on a roll lately. She bowled a 234 game and 437 series Friday when Jefferson defeated Dubuque Wahlert at May City Bowl, and she had a 254 game and 438 series in a victory over Dubuque Senior Jan. 16 at Cherry Lanes in Dubuque. She also had a 424 series against Kenneday Jan. 6.

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Wash boys bury J-Hawks with 3's

Jared Printy and Steven Kramer led a 3-point barrage for the Washington Warriors Friday night in a 68-46 victory over Jefferson in a Mississippi Valley Conference game at the Washington gym.

Printy drilled six 3-pointers and scored 19 points and Kramer nailed four triples and added 14 points. Maurice Arrington joined the fun with two 3-pointers and 16 points.

Keegan Moore and Trevor Thulin also made a 3-pointer, giving the Warriors 14 in 34 attempts for 41.2 percent. Moore scored 10 points.

Laveechie Williams grabbed eight rebounds for Washington (6-6). Printy had four assists.

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Bennett shines for Jefferson girls

Rylea Bennett rolled a 234 game and 437 series Friday as Jefferson defeated Dubuque Wahlert, 2522-2253, in a Mississippi Valley Conference meet at May City Bowl.

Holly Miller contributed a 215 game and 378 series for the J-Hawks (4-4).

Wahlert fell to 0-9 for the season.

JEFFERSON: Kattie Smith 187-136 = 323, Hailey Kimble 131-143 = 274, Holly Miller 215-163 = 378, Rachael Daugherty 185-157 = 342, Rylea Bennett 234-203 = 437.

WAHLERT: Sarah Wareham 120-188 = 308, Mimi Ottavi 136-147 = 283, Elena Dominguez 165-103 = 268, Cindy Stierman 161-157 = 318, Annie Hingtgen 149-126 = 275, Allie Timmerman 125-116 = 241.

Jefferson: 1754 + 768 = 2522
Wahlert: 1452 + 801 = 2253

   

Baccam, Tiedtke power Jeff boys

Victor Baccam rolled a 521 series and Noah Tiedtke was right behind with a 514 as the Jefferson bowling team crushed Dubuque Wahlert, 3241-2510, in a Mississippi Valley Conference meet at May City Bowl Friday.

Baccam enjoyed games of 265 and 255 on his big series for the J-Hawks (7-1). Tiedtke had games of 258 and 256. Hunter Sturtz had a 246 game for Jefferson.

Wahlert fell to 0-9 for the season.

JEFFERSON: Tyler Fowler 197-217 = 414, Hunter Sturtz 160-246 = 406, John Gardner 202-156 = 358, Noah Tiedtke 258-256 = 514, Victor Baccam 266-255 = 521.

WAHLERT: Chris Hanson 138-154 = 292, Colton Hoover 172-158 = 330, Matt Bahl 136-214 = 350, Dillon Watters 191-180 = 371, Lucas Cox 127-158 = 285, Blake Derby 168-184 = 352.

Jefferson: 2213 + 1028 = 3241
Wahlert: 1695 + 815 = 2510

 

Warrior girls bump off J-Hawks

The Washington Warriors built a 40-19 lead at halftime Friday night and defeated Jefferson, 57-40, in a Mississippi Valley Conference girls basketball game at Washington.

Joniqua Clark, Anne Visser, Kandis O'Donnell and Emily Oler led a balanced attack for Washington with eight points apiece. O'Donnell grabbed eight rebounds and Clark had six steals for the Warriors (8-6, 3-4).

Kennedy Dighton scored 15 points for Jefferson (6-9, 4-4).

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Furrow commits to Wheaton football

Cedar Rapids Jefferson quarterback Jesse Furrow has accepted an offer to play football at Wheaton College in Illinois next season, Jefferson Coach Brian Webb confirmed Friday afternoon.

Furrow transferred to Jefferson from Pendleton Heights High School in Pendleton, Ind., for his senior year of high school. He helped the J-Hawke reach the Class 4A playoffs and finish with a 4-6 record.

Furrow completed 49.1 percent of his passes for 1,335 yards and 10 touchdowns. He also ran for four touchdowns.

Furrow's older brother, Jon, was a sophomore on the Wheaton College football team in 2014.

 

Jefferson grapplers blank Wash, 82-0

Seth Jellison, Tyler Unkel and Dalton Kuehl had pins Thursday night as Jefferson blanked Washington, 82-0, in a Mississippi Valley Conference dual meet at Jefferson.

Washington forfeited 10 of 14 matches.

Brenden Baker of Jefferson posted a 12-2 major decision over Will Foreman at 113 pounds.

A perfect score in high school wrestling is 84-0, so the J-Hawks fell two points shy of that.

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Van Oort’s 17 points not enough for Jeff

DAVENPORT – Adam Van Oort had 17 points as the Jefferson boys basketball team lost to Davenport Central, 63-54, Tuesday in Davenport.

Tyler Konigsmark added 11 points for the J-Hawks (1-12).

Troy Hollingshed had 18 points for Davenport Central (3-8).

JEFFERSON (54): Wiederin 1 0-0 2, McCauley 2 1-2 5, Webb 0 0-0 0, Van Oort 7 2-4 17, Szabo 2 0-0 4, Konigsmark 4 2-4 11, Hall 0 0-0 0, Furrow 1 0-0 2, Hunt 2 1-1 5, Green 4 0-0 8. Totals 23 2-8 54.

DAVENPORT CENTRAL (63): Kargbo 2 0-0 6, Hollingshed 7 3-4 18, Hairston 0 0-0 0, Running 0 0-0 0, Rummels 7 1-1 15, Hill 2 3-3 7, Randolph 2 0-0 5, Kurth 1 0-0 2. Totals 24 4-15 63.

Halftime – Davenport Central 28, Jefferson 24. 3-point goals – Jefferson 2 (Van Oort, Konigsmark), Davenport Central 4 (Kargbo 2, Hollingshed, Randolph).

 

Dighton scores 16 as Jeff girls win

Kennedy Dighton had 16 points and eight rebounds as the Jefferson girls basketball team clamped down on Davenport Central for a 62-24 win Tuesday at Jefferson.

Kylie Wise had 12 points and Mariah Robinson had eight rebounds for the J-Hawks (6-8).

No player scored more than four points for Davenport Central (1-13).

DAVENPORT CENTRAL (24): Baker 1 0-0 2, Buck 2 0-0 4, George 1 1-2 3, Levi 0 0-0 0, Hawkins 1 1-2 3, Wallace 2 0-1 4, Brown-Taylor 2 0-0 4, Stokes 1 0-0 2, Light 1 0-0 2. Totals 11 2-5 24.

JEFFERSON (62): Rolwes 3 0-0 7, Robinson 0 0-0 0, Kitterman 4 0-4 8, Guy 4 0-0 8, Melton 3 0-1 6, Wise 5 0-0 12, Veglahn 2 0-0 5, McVeigh 0 0-0 0, Dighton 8 0-0 16, O’Brien 0 0-0 0. Totals 29 0-5 61.

Halftime – Jefferson 32, Davenport Central 13. 3-point goals – Davenport Central 0, Jefferson 4 (Wise 2, Rolwes 1, Veglahn 1).

   

Kuehl lifts Jeff matmen to title

Dalton Kuehl saved the day for the Jefferson wrestling team Saturday.

Kuehl pinned Tyler Clark of Clinton in 1:58 in the championship match at 285 pounds, lifting the J-Hawks to the team championship of their own tournament.

The J-Hawks nudged Alburnett, 212.5 to 210, in the team standings.

Kuehl breezed through the competition with four straight pins in 47 seconds, 1:18, 2:26 and 1:58.

Brenden Baker captured the 113-pound title for Jefferson and was named the Outstanding Wrestler of the tournament. Baker pinned Triston Lara of Fort Dodge in 4:28 in the championship round.

Kyle Briggs (132), Matt Culver (145), Luke Sedlacek (160) and Kelly May (182) placed second for the J-Hawks. Joseph Sibomana (120) and Tavian Rashed (152) finished third.

TEAM STANDINGS

1. Jefferson 212.5, 2. Alburnett 210, 3. Fort Dodge 176, 4. Hempstead 173.5, 5. Clinton 133, 6. Fort Madison 120, 7. Marshalltown 103, 8. Waterloo East 90, 9. West Delaware 83, 10. Oskaloosa 82, 11. Boone 60.5, 12. Muscatine 41.5, 13. Davenport Central 40, 14. Benton Community 38.

   
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