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Washington High School - Cedar Rapids, Iowa

Saulnier, Kelley share Metro Spotlight

Nick Saulnier and Cameron Kelley of Cedar Rapids Washington are the co-winners of the Metro Spotlight Award for high school boys this week, the Metro Sports Report announced Sunday.

Saulnier and Kelley led the Warriors to their 53rd straight district swimming title Saturday with superlative performances at the Linn-Mar Aquatic Center.

Saulnier, a senior, captured the 200 individual medley (1:52.19) and the 100 backstroke (51.16) at the district meet. He also swam on two triumphant relay teams and has been seeded No. 1 in the 200 IM and 100 back for the state meet in Marshalltown this Saturday.

Last Updated on Sunday, 07 February 2016 14:46

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Kelley, Saulnier lead Wash to No.53

State meet, here they come.

Cameron Kelley and Nick Saulnier had big days for the Cedar Rapids Washington swimming team Saturday as the Warriors won their 53rd straight district title at the Linn-Mar Aquatic Center.

Kelley and Saulnier both captured two individual events and swam on two victorious relay teams. Best of all, Kelley and Saulnier earned No. 1 seeds for the state meet in Marshalltown next Saturday in all four of their specialties.

Kelley, a junior, has the No. 1 seed in the 500 freestyle and 200 freestyle after claiming district titles in both events. Saulnier, a senior, has the No. 1 seed in the 200 individual medley and 100 backstroke after splashing to district crowns.

Washington also notched the 200 medley relay, the 200 freestyle relay and the 400 freestyle relay. In addition, sophomore George Durin won the district title in the 100 freestyle to give the Warriors eight victories in 11 events.

Last Updated on Saturday, 06 February 2016 23:42

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Christensen rolls 404 series for Warriors

Shania Christensen shot a 210 game and a 404 series to lead the Washington girls bowling team in a 2,757 to 2,369 loss to Dubuque Hempstead in a Mississippi Valley Conference meet Friday at Lancer Lanes.

Elisa Schmidt rolled a 410 series for the Mustangs.

DUBUQUE HEMPSTEAD: Elisa Schmidt 198-212=410, Natalie Leach 162-233=395, Liz Jahn 209-185=394, Katlin Weber 190-201=391, Kerry Houlihan 158-183=341, Kassidy Gerken 152-161=313.

WASHINGTON: Shania Christensen 194-210=404, Lucy Forster 145-173=318, Ella Wake 174-136=310, Viola Niyizigama 162-147=309, Kobie Dills 136-142=278, Kenzie Dills 103-112=215.

Dubuque Hempstead: 1,931-826=2,757.

Washington: 1,619-750=2,369.

   

Timble rolls 476 series for Warriors

Donovan Trimble rolled a 265 game and a 476 series to lead the Washington boys bowling team in a 3,434 to 2,694 loss to Dubuque Hempstead in a Mississippi Valley Conference meet Friday at Lancer Lanes.

Zach Pregler led the Mustangs with a 479 series.

DUBUQUE HEMPSTEAD: Zach Pregler 243-236=479, Justin Lanser 238-236=474, Noah Cheever 246-224=470, Cody Scheffert 233-213=446, Jacob Coohey 223-205=428, Kyle Wersinger 186-150=330.

WASHINGTON: Donovan Trimble 265-211=476, John Taylor 199-224=423, Gabe Wedel 188-180=368, Chris Schuttloffel 161-177=338, Anthony Valenti 156-166=322, Hunter Bachmeier 156-152=308.

Dubuque Hempstead: 2,297-1,137=3,434.

Washington: 1,927-767=2,694.

 

Washington boys bump off Kennedy

Justin Decker was happy and optimistic about the future when he left the Kennedy High School gym Friday night.

Jon McKowen was disappointed and frustrated.

Guess who won?

The Washington Warriors played a solid game from start to finish and defeated the Cougars, 58-42, in a Mississippi Valley Conference game that paired two Metro clubs in desperate need of victories.

Washington raised its records to 6-10 overall and 3-8 in the league. Kennedy fell to 6-11 overall and 4-8 in the MVC.

"To be honest, we played the best we have all year defensively," said Decker, in his first year as the head coach at Washington. "I challenged our guys to play a 32-minute game and we finally got one out of them.

"It's great to see that they're still buying in."

McKowen led Kennedy to the Class 4A state tournament in his first two years as head coach, but this year's club has not jelled and appears to have issues with team chemistry.

Last Updated on Saturday, 06 February 2016 00:34

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