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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
 

No.3 Indians sweep Independence

The third-ranked Marion Indians raised their record to 18-2 Tuesday night by sweeping Independence, 25-19, 25-22, 25-19, in a Wamac Conference volleyball match at Marion.

The Indians are 5-0 in Wamac contests.

Amanda Sahm collected 31 assists, eight digs, three aces and was 15-for-16 on serves. Abby Phillips went 11-for-12 on serves and had 13 digs.

Alyssa Thomas contributed 12 kills and two blocks for Marion. Olivia Frazier had nine kills and two blocks. Isabella Sade finished with seven kills.

Ashley Ohl provided seven digs and was 12-for-12 on serves. Johanna Steggall had six digs and five kills.

Last Updated on Tuesday, 30 September 2014 20:59
 

DeWitt Central rallies past Marion

James Grill caught a 29-yard touchdown pass in the fourth quarter to rally DeWitt Central to a 14-8 win Friday night over Marion at Thomas Park in Marion.

The loss again stopped Indians Coach Tony Perkins from tying Les Hipple for the most coaching wins in Marion history.

"We had lots of opportunities and we don't hit them (referring to passing plays) and we simply seem to invent ways to beat ourselves," Perkins said.

Marion took the lead in the third quarter when Eli Frazier recovered a teammate's fumble in the end zone for a score. Kory Walsh's 2-point PAT run put the Indians up, 8-7.

 

Last Updated on Friday, 26 September 2014 23:40

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Prairie climbs in volleyball poll

The Prairie Hawks climbed one spot to No. 9 in the Class 5A volleyball rankings Thursday by the Iowa Girls High School Athletic Union.

The Marion Indians stayed No. 3 in Class 4A and the Xavier Saints remained No. 9 in Class 4A.

CLASS 4A

1. Harlan (14-1), 2. West Delaware (22-0), 3. Marion (17-2), 4. Le Mars (12-0), 5. Charles City (16-2), 6. Indianola (16-7), 7. Clear Creek-Amana (6-5), 8. Sioux City Heelan (11-7), 9. Xavier (11-7), 10. Boone (12-2), 11. Creston (12-2), 12. ADM (15-6), 13. Dubuque Wahlert (8-7), 14. Carroll (9-5), 15. Lewis Central (8-8).

CLASS 5A

1. Bettendorf (19-0), 2. Johnston (15-2), 3. Ankeny Centennial (20-1), 4. Ankeny (17-2), 5. Dowling (17-2), 6. West Des Moines Valley (22-5), 7. Council Bluffs Lincoln (22-8), 8. Southeast Polk (20-3), 9. Prairie (10-3), 10. Iowa City High (7-4).

Last Updated on Thursday, 25 September 2014 14:37
 

No.3 Indians down Clear Creek-Amana

TIFFIN - Amanda Sahm collected 34 assists Tuesday night as the third-ranked Marion Indians swept Clear Creek-Amana, 25-20, 25-18, 25-17, in a Wamac Conference volleyball match in Tiffin.

Marion raised its records to 17-2 overall and 4-0 in Wamac matches.

Alyssa Thomas led the Indians with 14 kills. Isabella Sade had eight kills and Olivia Frazier had seven.

Sade and Sahm were both 13-for-13 on serves. Abby Phillips collected 11 digs, Ashley Ohl had nine, Johanna Steggall had eight and Tanea Westhoff also had eight.

Sade led the block parade with five. Frazier and Morgan Swanger had three apiece.

Last Updated on Tuesday, 23 September 2014 22:13
   
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