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Kennedy girls swim by Washington

The Kennedy Cougars used a balanced attack to defeat Washington, 125.5-59.5, in a Mississippi Valley Conference girls swimming meet at Washington Tuesday night.

MacKinzee Macho, Kirsten Siebenga, Darby Manternach, Lydia Yang, Maddie Bagby and Brooke Timmerman were all double-winners for Kennedy. Macho took two individual events in the 200 IM and 100 fly.

Emily Nelson claimed the 200 free and 500 free for Washington.



200 medley relay - Washington (Kaitlyn Nemickas, Caitlin Sievers, Lauren Havertape, Logan Eckhardt) 1:55.72

200 free - Emily Nelson (CRW) 2:04.74

200 IM - MacKinzee Macho (CRK) 2:21.40

50 free - Kirsten Siebenga (CRK) 26.16

Diving - Courtney Fisher (CRK) 198.25

100 fly - MacKinzee Macho (CRK) 1:04.72

100 free - Darby Manternach (CRK) 58.55

500 free - Emily Nelson (CRW) 5:37.79

200 free relay - Kennedy (Brooke Harris, Lydia Yang, Maddie Bagby, Brooke Timmerman) 1:45.60

100 back - Sam Jacobsen (CRK) 1:03.49

100 breast - Brooke Timmerman (CRK) 1:12.59

400 free relay - Kennedy (Lydia Yang, Maddie Bagby, Darby Manternach, Kirsten Siebenga) 3:55.08

Last Updated on Tuesday, 16 September 2014 20:30

Wash spikers sweep Waterloo West

WATERLOO - Sophie Smith, Rumer Weiland and Caiti Peterson had five service aces Tuesday night as the Washington Warriors swept Waterloo West, 25-22, 25-20, 25-15, in a Mississippi Valley Conference volleyball match in Waterloo.

Smith collected 13 kills for the Warriors. Amaris Davis had 11 kills and Weiland contributed four blocks.

Peterson finished with 23 assists for Washington. Mel Hoeger had 12 digs. Charle Jones and McKenna Pink had 10 digs.


Warriors claim Mississippi Division golf

The Washington Warriors got a pair of 64's from Frank Lindwall and Jake Patterson Monday and won the Mississippi Division golf meet at Airport National.

The Warriors finished with a four-man score of 267 to edge Xavier (270) and Prairie (271) in a tight race for team honors.

Sam Martin of Xavier took medalist honors with an even-par 63.

Mitch Lorenz led Prairie with a 66.

Last Updated on Monday, 15 September 2014 17:08



Wash spikers fall to ranked foes

IOWA CITY - The Cedar Rapids Washington volleyball team ran into stiff competition at the Caroline Found Invitational in Iowa City Saturday and lost to three ranked teams.

The Warriors began the day with a 21-14, 21-8 loss to Mount Vernon, which is ranked No.2 in Class 3A. Washington then dropped a 21-5, 21-8 verdict to Ankeny, which is ranked No.5 in Class 5A, before rebounding with a 21-19, 23-21 victory over Davenport North.

Washington fell to Dowling, 25-4, 25-15, in the quarterfinals of the championship bracket. Dowling is ranked No.2 in Class 5A.

Ankeny topped Dowling for the title, 25-20, 25-20.


No.3 Warriors blank Iowa City West

For a fleeting moment, Julian Good-Jones thought the Iowa State marching band performed at Kingston Stadium Friday night especially for him.

Cedar Rapids Washington's premier lineman will play football for the Cyclones next year, but the ISU band was actually here in conjunction with the big game between the Cyclones and Iowa Hawkeyes in Iowa City on Saturday.

In any case, the Iowa State band made the third-ranked Warriors feel especially good about themselves in their 28-0 conquest of Iowa City West in a Class 4A non-district game.

"I didn't know until today they were coming, but it was pretty cool," said Good-Jones. "A lot of people were making jokes that they were coming for me.

"I didn't know if it was true or not. I didn't know what to think."


Last Updated on Friday, 12 September 2014 22:36


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