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Washington High School - Cedar Rapids, Iowa

Kelley, Saulnier, Thorson pace Wash swimmers

Cameron Kelley, Nick Saulnier and Jared Thorson were double-winners Tuesday in the Metro swim meet at Washington High School.

Kelley captured the 200 free and 500 free, Saulnier won the 200 IM and the 100 back, and Thorson claimed the 50 free and 100 fly.

Brennan Urbi of Kennedy took the 100 free and Paul Hummell of Jefferson won the 100 breaststroke. Linn-Mar won the 200 medley relay and 200 freestyle relay. Kennedy took the 400 freestyle relay.

No team scores were kept.


200 medley relay - Linn-Mar (Calvin Greve, Justin Arebaugh, Zach Hendricks, Brock Fischer) 1:43.65

200 free - Cameron Kelley (CRW) 1:49.34

200 IM - Nick Saulnier (CRW) 1:58.46

50 free - Jared Thorson (CRW) 21.87

100 fly - Jared Thorson (CRW) 54.01

100 free - Brennan Urbi (CRK) 50.23

500 free - Cameron Kelley (CRW) 4:52.23

200 free relay - Calvin Greve, Noah Decker, Brock Fischer, Justin Arebaugh) 1:35.20

100 back - Nick Saulnier (CRW) 53.29

100 breast - Paul Hummell (CRJ) 1:04.10

400 free relay - Kennedy (Stefan Kitsos, Alec Hanson, Brennan Urbi, Reece Linder) 3:38.64


Kennedy boys out-bowl Wash

James Jambois led Kennedy with a 425 series as the Cougars downed  Washington, 2,992-2,575, in the boys bowling opener for both schools Monday at the Cedar Rapids Bowling Center.

Bryan Cline led Washington with a 447 series.

Kennedy (2,992): James Jambois 214-211=425, Aaron Smith 169-230=399, Bert Goodwin 193-201=397, Doug Svoboda 178-212=390, Alec White 151-194=345, Dakota Dippel 147-168=315.

Washington (2,575): Donovan Trimble 113-168=281, Gabe Wedel, 134-135=270, Zach Nading 166-178=344, Chris Schuttloffel 153-171=374, John Taylor 120-133=253, Bryan Cline 193-254=447.

Kennedy 1,956-1,036=2,992
Washington: 1,666-909=2,575

Last Updated on Tuesday, 25 November 2014 07:58

Cougars nip Warriors in girls bowling

Alyssa Wiedemeier's 341 series led Kennedy to a 2,324-2,300 victory Monday over Washington in the season opener at the Cedar Rapids Bowling Center.

Ally Owens led the Warriors with a 348 for the high series.

WASHINGTON (2,300): Ally Owens 193-155=348, Lynze Moon 168-169=337, Christine Cejka-Emig 99-119=218, Shania Christensen 201-193=394, Ella Wake 159-123=282.

KENNEDY (2,324): Abbie Haller 110-167=277, Sydney Helms 137-122=259, Jamie Milota 168-170=338, Jill Zaiser 146=159=305, Mary Liscum 83-112=195, Alyssa Wiedemeier 167-174=341.

Kennedy 1,520+804=2,324
Washington 1,571+729=2,300


What if Wash and Dowling played again?

I honestly thought the Washington Warriors would give Dowling a good game in the Class 4A finals Friday night in the UNI.

Maybe they would if given another chance, but you only get one chance at something like this and you have to face reality. Dowling was simply too good.

More specifically, Dowling's linemen were too good. And Dowling's defense was too good. And Dowling quarterback Ryan Boyle was sensational.

This make two straight years that the Maroons destroyed a strong team from the Metro in the state finals. They did the same thing to Xavier last year, 44-13, and this time they easily handled Washington in a 49-14 mismatch.

The Warriors hurt their chances when they fumbled the snap on their first punt of the game, giving Dowling excellent field position and an easy touchdown.



Landen Akers wins Metro Spotlight Award

Cedar Rapids Washington senior Landen Akers is the winner of the Metro Spotlight Award for high school boys this week, the Metro Sports Report announced Sunday.

Akers, a 6-foot-1, 175-pound senior, had a sensational season for the Washington football team this year as a receiver, defensive back and kick return specialist.

He accumulated 1,320 all-purpose yards and scored 11 touchdowns as the Warriors finished 13-1 and reached the championship game of the Class 4A playoffs before losing to Dowling.

Akers scored touchdowns in five different ways with five TD catches, two TDs on kickoff returns, two TDs on interceptions, one TD on a punt return and one TD on a run from scrimmage.

Last Updated on Sunday, 23 November 2014 16:23


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