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Washington High School - Cedar Rapids, Iowa

Jenks claims 7th title at Drake

DES MOINES - As it turns out, Stephanie Jenks can run in traffic. And she's developed a strong kick for the rare occasion when she's actually challenged in a race.

The Linn-Mar junior needed both skills Friday to capture the 800 meter run at the 106th Drake Relays for her seventh career victory in America's Classic.

Jenks maneuvered her way through a tight pack of runners and sprinted down the home stretch to win the 800 in 2 minutes, 9.64 seconds in a talented field.

Jasmine Staebler of Clayton Ridge (2:11.40), Erika Lewis of Waukee (2:12.38) and Joy Ripslinger of Davenport Assumption (2:12.42) gave Jenks a good race, but the Linn-Mar junior had too much speed and too much moxie for them all.

"I really don't have to kick too often, but this is one of the things we've been working on, being able to shift gears during the race," said Jenks. "I had to have it at Kansas last weekend (when she won the 1600 at the Kansas Relays).



Prairie girls boot Washington, 4-2

MaKenzie Serbousek scored two goals Thursday as Cedar Rapids Prairie defeated Washington, 4-2, in a Mississippi Valley Conference soccer match at Kingston.

Paige Pritts and Hannah Kousheh also scored for Prairie. One of Serbousek's goals came on a penalty kick.

Cayla Renwick, Serbousek and Kousheh collected assists for the Hawks.

Hannah Sacra scored on a penalty kick for Washington. Katie Kigin also tallied for the Warriors. Victoria Eniola had an assist.


No.9 Prairie boots No.14 Warriors

The Cedar Rapids Prairie boys soccer team is still perfect for the 2015 campaign.

Perfect record, perfect defense.

The ninth-ranked Hawks blanked No.14 Washington, 2-0, at Prairie Thursday night in a Mississippi Valley Conference match at Prairie.

Prairie raised its records to 7-0 overall and 5-0 in the league. Most remarkably, the Hawks have outscored their opponents 44-0 this season.

Logan Rinderknecht fired in both goals for Prairie in the second half. Steve Fritz and Joe Vizzini collected assists. Alec Balta pitched the shutout in goal.

Last Updated on Thursday, 23 April 2015 22:04

Serbousek leads Prairie past Wash

Mackenzie Serbousek scored two goals and handed out an assist to lead Prairie to a 4-2 girls soccer win over Washington on Thursday night at Kingston Stadium.

Paige Pritts and Hannah Kousheh also had goals for the Hawks. Kousheh and Cayla Renwick also had assists for Prairie.

Hannah Sacora and Katie Kigin scored for the Warriors. Toni Eniola had an assist for the Washington.


Warrior boys blank J-Hawks, 9-0

Parker Muller, Oliver Hammond and Will Rizer all won their matches without dropping a game as the Washington boys tennis team downed Jefferson, 9-0 at Jefferson.

Hammond and Jackson Hoyt also won at No. 1 doubles without dropping a match.



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