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Thursday, October 02, 2014
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Kennedy tops Jeff in volleyball

The Kennedy Cougars defeated the Jefferson J-Hawks, 25-23, 19-25, 25-22, 25-16, in a Mississippi Valley Conference volleyball match at Jefferson Tuesday night.

Amanda Ollinger led Jefferson with 18 kills, 15 digs and five blocks. Makenzie Tomkins had 12 kills and three blocks for the J-Hawks. Avery Guy finished with 20 assists and 10 digs.

 

VanDraska sparks Prairie to title

IOWA CITY - Tysen VanDraska of Prairie sped to victory in 15 minutes, 54.97 seconds Tuesday as the Hawks captured top honors at the Iowa City West Invitational at the University of Iowa cross country course.

Jake Moore placed third for Prairie and Matt Lorenz finished sixth as the Hawks won the title with 57 points. Iowa City West was second at 75.

Finbar Berry of Washington finished seventh in the race. Colton Forster of Marion was eighth.

 

IOWA CITY WEST INVITATIONAL

UI Course

 

BOYS 5K RESULTS

 

Team Standings

1. Prairie 57, 2. Iowa City West 75, 3. Mount Vernon 83, 4. Washington 113, 5. Bettendorf 132, 6. Muscatine 148, 7. Marion 150, 8. Ankeny Centennial 207, 9. Kennedy 219, 10. Pekin 252, 11. Xavier 280, 12. Marshalltown 319, 13. Iowa City Regina 327.

 

Top 5 Individuals

 

1. Tysen VanDraska, Prairie    15:54.97

2. Akash Borde, IC West        16:02.77

3. Jake Moore, Prairie         16:09.12

4. Brandon Cooley, Bettendorf  16:10.09

5. Nick Feeley, IC West        16:14.07

 

Prairie - 1. Tysen VanDraska 15:54.97, 3. Jake Moore 16:09.12, 6. Matt Lorenz 16:19.49, 13. Chris Oehlert 16:34.98, 34. Robert Laue 17:04.18.

Washington - 7. Finbar Berry 16:20.00, 15. Sam Eck 16:38.55, 25. Sam Werner 16:52.52, 28. Wyatt Forster 16:57.04, 38. Ryan Miller 17:19.00.

Marion - 8. Colton Forster 16:22.24, 23. Jeremy Fopma 16:48.46, 30. Myles Bach 16:58.77, 36. Jacob Manderscheid 17:14.79, 53. Hunter Reifschneider 17:45.03.

Kennedy - 24. Addison Furry 16:51.82, 29. Andrew Solsrud 16:57.56, 46. Derek Girling 17:34.42, 59. Tim Zange 17:58.92, 61. Reece Linder 18:02.11.

Xavier - 19. Steven Culpepper 16:42.69, 60. Evan Gradoville 17:59.78, 63. Jonathan Francois 18:05.07, 67. Nick Koechner 18:11.68, 71. Nolan Pithan 18:19.00.

 

GIRLS 4K RESULTS

 

Team Standings

1. Johnston 44, 2. Iowa City West 87, 3. Muscatine 114, 4. Bettendorf 116, 5. Ankeny Centennial 130, 6. Southeast Polk 175, 7. Davenport Assumption 197, 8. Pekin 234, 9. Iowa City Regina 235, 10. Kennedy 268, 11. Mount Vernon/Lisbon 269, 12. Xavier 340, 13. Washington 340, 14. Marion 343.

Kennedy - 25. Hannah Fusselman 15:06.93, 49. Lauren Meyer 15;50.98, 55. Laura Feld 16:02.56, 61. Kate Nus 16:15.85, 78. Peyton Borgeois 16:48.37.

Xavier - 29. Jenny Dickes 15:13.58, 59. Emiko Coffey 16:13.16, 77. Kiana Stanek 16:47.06, 87. Sydney Oakley 17:17.43, 88. Lydia Brown 17:22.15.

Washington - 21. Sarah Altemeier 15:03.09, 70. Serena Eck 16:33.85, 74. Joi Johnson 16:37.72, 85. Sierra Sheets 17:02.36, 90. Anne Visser 17:33.71.

Marion - 22. Madison Bach 15:04.48, 76. Skylar Dede 16:41.57, 79. Sam Livingston 16:50.91, 80. Sydney Brase 16:51.47, 86. Ellie Conzett 17:03.80.

 

Top 5 Individuals

 

1. Jordyn Kleve, Johnston      13:46.94

2. Brina Kraft, Muscatine      14:08.51

3. Emmie Skopec, IC West       14:13.09

4. Jessica McKee, Johnston     14:16.61

5. Gwynne Wright, Pekin        14:23.50.

Last Updated on Tuesday, 30 September 2014 23:27
 

Kennedy swimmers sweep Williamsburg

The Kennedy girls swim team won all 12 events Tuesday night and dunked Williamsburg, 149-31, at the Kennedy pool.

Brooke Harris and Maddie Bagby were triple-winners for the Cougars. Harris captured the 50 freestyle and swam on two relay teams. Bagby took the 100 fly and 100 back and swam on the 200 freestyle relay.

Brooke Timmerman claimed the 200 free and 500 free. Taylor Golden won the 200 IM and 100 breastroke.

 

KENNEDY 149, WILLIAMSBURG 31

 

200 medley relay - Kennedy (Jessica Williams, Raquel Green, Kelsey Lempka, Brooke Harris) 2:02.58

200 free - Brooke Timmerman, Kennedy, 2:08.52

200 IM - Taylor Golden, Kennedy, 2:26.82

50 free - Brooke Harris, Kennedy, 26.81

Diving - Carolyn Simon, Kennedy, 218.60

100 fly - Maddie Bagby, Kennedy, 1:07.38

100 free - Sam Jacobsen, Kennedy, 58.69

500 free - Brooke Timmerman, Kennedy, 5:41.59

200 free relay - Kennedy (Darby Manternach, Maddie Bagby, Raquel Green, MacKinzee Macho) 1:46.15

100 back - Maddie Bagby, Kennedy, 1:08.01

100 breast - Taylor Golden, Kennedy, 1:16.38

400 free relay - Kennedy (Lydia Yang, Brooke Harris, Sam Jacobsen, Alicia Miltner) 3:57.21

   

Cougars eye state title in final shot

The old gang of Kennedy golfers are all seniors now, heading down their final fairway together as high school athletes.

There are six of them - Davis Sutton, Conner Koberg, Cole Murdock, Tanner Stewart, Ross Grekoff and Seth Nutt - and they've accomplished some impressive things during their prep careers with major championships, conference titles and a pair of second-place showings at the state tournament the last two years.

The Cougars added another Mississippi Valley Conference title to their resume Monday, winning the Valley Division crown by a whopping 52 shots in the final round of the 54-hole event at Ellis Golf Course.

Sutton won the overall Valley championship with a 54-hole score of 217 with rounds of 65, 77 and 75 on three different courses. Koberg took medalist honors Monday with an even-par 72 and placed second overall at 225. Murdock placed third at 227, giving Kennedy a 1-2-3 sweep of the top honors.

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PV Spartans rule Kennedy swim

The Pleasant Valley Spartans won 11 of 12 events Saturday and dominated the Kennedy Invitational swim meet.

The host Cougars placed second out of seven teams. Sam Jacobson finished second in the 100 backstroke for Kennedy and Brooke Timmerman was second in the 100 breaststroke.

The Cougars also took second in the 200 medley relay.

COUGAR INVITATIONAL

TEAM STANDINGS

1. Pleasant Valley 714, 2. Kennedy 551.5, 3. Iowa City West 398.5, 4. Decorah 239, 5. Iowa City High 156, 6. Jefferson 128, 7. Williamsburg 43.

 

Last Updated on Saturday, 27 September 2014 19:44

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Warriors’ Eck fourth at Dubuque meet

DUBUQUE – Cedar Rapids Washington junior Sam Eck was the top Metro finisher Thursday at the Eastern Iowa Classic, taking fourth in a time of 16:28.3.

Eck’s finish helped the Warriors to a third-place team finish in the boys division with 84 points. Individual champion Joe Meehan (16:09.02) led Dubuque Hempstead to the team title with 31 points. Iowa City High was second with 72. Among other Metro teams Kennedy was fifth, Linn-Mar seventh and Xavier ended up 10th.

Xavier’s Jenny Dickes was the top girls Metro finisher, taking sixth in 15:31.3. Iowa City High’s Mary Arch won in 14:54.50, leading the Little Hawks to the team title with 51 points. Prairie was the top Metro school, finishing fourth. Other Metro team finishes included: Kennedy (fifth), Xavier (seventh), Linn-Mar (eighth) and Washington (10th).

EASTERN IOWA CLASSIC
BOYS
TEAM STANDINGS
1. Dubuque Hempstead 31,  2. Iowa City High 72, 3. Washington 84, 4. Dubuque Wahlert 129, 5. Kennedy 138, 6. Waterloo West 160,  7. Linn-Mar 187, 8. Clinton 205, 9. Davenport North 220, 10. Xavier  240, 11. Iowa City Regina 277.

WASHINGTON : 4. Sam Eck 16:28.3, 10. Finbar Berry 16:49.4, 17. Sam Werner 17:08.3, 25. Wyatt Forster 17:28.5,  28. Ryan Miller 17:32.5, 39. Ian Klopfenstein 17:51.9, 48. Augie Bergstrom 18:03.9.

KENNEDY: 11. Addison   Furry 16:49.5, 20. Andrew Solsrud 17:17.4, 24. Derek Girling 17:27.8, 34. Reece Linder 17:45.7, 49. Tim Zange 18:05.4, 55. Hunter Schoenauer 18:28.9, 56. Riley Patton 19:32.8.

LINN-MAR: 12. Michael Mather 16:50.9, 35. Johnny Clymer 17:47.6,  40. Thomas Doyle 17:52.9, 46.  Kyle Gansen  18:03., 54. Jake Bushlack, 12 18:25.8,  60. Griffin Lorenz 18:43.4, 68. Ethan Schmidt 19:20.6.

XAVIER: 8. Steven Culpepper 16:39.6, 44. Evan Gradoville 18:01.9,  61. John Pape 18:51.9,  63. Nolan Pithan 19:02.6,  64. Evan  Bednar 19:03.5, 65. Nick Lyon 19:03.8, 66. Sam Rohret 19:05.1.

GIRLS
TEAM STANDINGS
1. Iowa  City High 51, 2. Dubuque Hempstead 59,  3. Iowa City Regina 95, 4. Prairie 109, 5. Kennedy 129, 6. Dubuque Wahlert 144,  7. Xavier 200, 8. Linn-Mar 222, 9. Clinton 237, 10. Washington 257, 11. Waterloo West 313,  12. Davenport North 319.

PRAIRIE: 18. Cayla Renwick 16:06.1, 20. Sarah Meyers 16:11.7,  22. Hannah Frazee 16:15.4,  24. Eilish Stanek 16:18.8,  25. Alissa Neubauer 16:19.4, 31. Victoria Enyart 16:37.2, 34. Kristin Skriver 16:48.4.

KENNEDY: 15. Lauren Meyer 16:02.2, 16. Hannah Fusselman 16:02.5, 19. Laura Feld  16:10.1,  38. Kate Nus 16:53.6, 41. Lauren Gifford 16:54.9, 49 Alli Meyer 17:03.0, 53. Emily Manders 17:24.8.

XAVIER: 6. Jenny Dickes  15:31.3, 29. Emiko Coffey 16:36.2, 50. Kiana Stanek 17:06.1, 57.  Lydia   Brown     17:42.4,   58. Annie Sigmon 17:47.3 62. Faith Satern 18:10.9, 65. Jennifer Sigmon 18:22.8.

LINN-MAR: 36.  Jaclyn Simons 16:52.7, 40. Madeline Block, 16:54.7, 43. Abby Van Rheenen 16:55.5, 44. Abby Gries 16:56.2,  59  Crystal Barajas-Peterson 17:47.4, 61. Emma Clanin 18:09.1.

WASHINGTON: 9. Sarah Altemeier 15:37.1, 51. Sierra Sheets 17:08.7, 60. Serena Eck 17:48.7, 64. Brett Visser 18:17.3, 73. Anne Visser 19:21.4.

 

 

Last Updated on Friday, 26 September 2014 11:54
 

Revived J-Hawks top Cougars in OT

The hugs never felt so sweet. The band never sounded so good. The cheerleaders never looked prettier.

After too many years of misery and misfortune, the Jefferson J-Hawks finally had a great reason to celebrate at Kingston Field Thursday night.

Jesse Furrow hit Valentino Green with a 2-yard touchdown pass on a gutsy call on fourth down in overtime as the revived J-Hawks topped Kennedy, 27-24, to snap all sorts of negative streaks.

Jefferson had lost 25 straight games to Metro opponents and had not beaten Kennedy in 12 years, but all that negativity was washed away on a balmy night at Kingston.

The J-Hawks trailed, 24-21, in overtime with the ball resting on the 2-yard line. It was fourth down and a field goal would have tied the game and forced a second overtime, but Coach Brian Webb wanted nothing to do with that.

Last Updated on Friday, 26 September 2014 12:09

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J-Hawks hope to snap 25-game Metro skid

The Jefferson J-Hawks have lost 25 straight games to Metro opponents the last six years, but Brian Webb's club hopes to end that negative streak Thursday night when it faces the winless Kennedy Cougars at Kingston Stadium.

The kickoff is scheduled for 7:15 p.m. (KGYM 1600 AM/107.5 FM).

Jefferson (2-2) has not whipped a Metro opponent since topping Linn-Mar, 27-19, on Oct. 17, 2008. The J-Hawks lost to five Metro teams in 2009, five more in 2010, five more in 2011, four more in 2012, four more in 2013 and two this year.

Jefferson has given top-ranked Washington and Prairie good battles this season and appears primed to knock off Kennedy, which has struggled this year with an 0-4 record.

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Cougars sink Waterloo West

Lydia Yang claimed three victories Tuesday night as the Kennedy Cougars dunked Waterloo West, 140-41, in a Mississippi Valley Conference swim meet at Kennedy.

The Cougars swept all 12 events.

Yang captured the 100 freestyle and swam on the triumphant 200 medley relay and 400 freestyle relay. Brooke Timmerman, Raquel Green, Darby Manternach, Brooke Harris, Maddie Bagby, MacKinzee Macho and Kirsten Siebenga were double-winners for Kennedy.

Twelve different swimmers were victorious for the Cougars, counting the relays.

 

KENNEDY 140, WATERLOO WEST 41

200 medley relay - Kennedy (Kennedy Smith, Brooke Timmerman, Lydia Yang, Raquel Green) 1:58.87

200 free - Darby Manternach, Kennedy, 2:06.85

200 IM - Raquel Green, Kennedy, 2:28.01

50 free - Brooke Harris, Kennedy, 26.86

Diving - Jayden Lovell, Kennedy, 214.35

100 fly - Maddie Bagby, Kennedy, 1:07.86

100 free - Lydia Yang, Kennedy, 57.62

500 free - MacKinzee Macho, Kennedy, 5:41.00

200 free relay - Kennedy (Brooke Harris, Brooke Timmerman, Maddie Bagby, Kirsten Siebenga) 1:44.97

100 back - Taylor Golden, Kennedy, 1:06.29

100 breast - MacKinzee Macho, Kennedy, 1:15.64

400 free relay - Kennedy (Kirsten Siebenga, Lydia Yang, Jessica Williams, Darby Manternach) 3:55.21

Last Updated on Tuesday, 23 September 2014 20:15
   

No.7 Kennedy swimmers take 3rd

IOWA CITY - The seventh-ranked Kennedy girls swim team placed third in a strong field at the Iowa City Invitational Saturday at Mercer Pool.

The second-ranked Cedar Falls Tigers edged No.5 Ankeny, 398-388, for the title. Kennedy followed at 267.5 points.

Freshman MacKinzee Macho placed third in the 100 butterfly for the Cougars. Brooke Timmerman finished fourth in the 100 breaststroke. Kennedy also placed fourth in the 200 medley relay.

Team Standings

1. Cedar Falls 398, 2. Ankeny 388, 3. Kennedy 267.5, 4. Bettendorf 247, 5. West Des Moines Valley 229, 6. Iowa City West 219, 7. Muscatine 213.5, 8. Iowa City High 95, 9. Newman Catholic 12, 10. Davenport North 11.

Last Updated on Saturday, 20 September 2014 19:18

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