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Boys work way through two-meet week THE KALONA NEWS - TI Ea ie boys strue ,ie at C.J.. , , Hershherger---from page 2B Lady Eagles bring In 1111 Tipton Classic I have been a follower of Led by junior Melissa Dickel and David H ....... Dwight's program for some time," third at BGM Invitational her three place wins in three events 3" " uerta took hlth in the Barry said. ' I have a huge amount of Keota girls track coach Dave Fish important for1 t4 " zvu run at 10'47 39 while Corey Friday night, IMS's girls track team R ' . respect for his teams and the way was looking for a bright spot Friday ~.oys -.i.=1' I ooerts and ~ate Miller went tour- finished fifth against a rugged field at five in the 100 dash The o ' " they play. When we heard Jason was night when his team was the BGM Ji.m. GummerS0! the Tipton Co-Ed Classic. Dickei,, event to place' was "'floe 4x200" nty otlaerrelay interested in playing here, we took (Brooklyn) Bear Relays. He found bit dlfferentT.,,,~t took fifth in the high jump (4' 10 ), team of M ........ advantage of the situation." one when his team wound up third Colum0Us J.~'~ at[ Keynolas, JOel LOSS, second in the 100 lows (16.65) and And" Hours and Patrick Yoder a And take advantage they did. Jason overall, night howeV=...;~ won the 400 lows (!" 11 03) to pace ., y .... s Hershberger, IMS's leading all-time "Several of these same teams blew track to run _o~e~ ' mey were lifm at 1:40.67. thenMa:Os~n and White tea 36.5 Earlier in the week, the Maroon scorer and former all-starer and all- us out of the water the week before" nail down SOl-,, tournament selection at state Fish said. "This time though we said. ,,Ho.wevet;~ P '. . , . and White boys managed a strong committed to play for the Orange turned the tables on them" We had OeC"~( Iowa Cny Regl.na s. gl.rls second place showing at Wapello. jt:ggertnt~:ta~eth:n :rO:~nued w,tl~,a Led by the distance events, IMS was City, Iowa college last week. Flesh didn t have to look far for 4x200andl~; Hershberger comes into the Raider the answers either as senior Carl bobbledthe _ ,-.." ..y !eo seconD- just nosed out of first by Columbus program possessing after having Lyles name popped up in both The 4xl00T, place benton ~ommumty ~o>vo. Junction at 88 78 . . ~ ji Tipton ended third with 51, Anamosa The distances" nroved to be the averaged 7 points a game, six assists winning events as she took the 400 WlckenkamP'..a. had 40.5 for fourth and IMS had the ...... r .... a game and two steals a game at low hurdles in 1:09.60 (a new meet Cave and e,,~; ' catalyst mougn as Aaron rmmmg Sauk Valley Community College in record) and also anchored the sprint managed s.ec~i; fifth spot. Camanche and Monticello started it off with a second in the were tied for seventh with 37 each 3200 (10"44 16) Fleming and Loss Ilinois last season. Hershberger was medley relay team of Gloria Crossett, 4x200, again ~1~ and a depleted Wilton team finished then went 1 2 in'the 1600 and Jason also a member of a Sauk Valley team eighth with l7 ,... , - .... which finished one game short of the J:m~fMt:A=:'iM;n~4aStr'egeland th;9E~lglesaS rotsanoer wrappea It up with a liftn Can is really starting to show _vfiI Melinda Leichty, another junior in the 800 meters NJCAA national tournament with a ..... " "We did as l~ =l on Ron Swartzendruber s team, was Field event "wise, Jed Miller recorder26-6, the form of her sophomore season, being disqua~.'rl part of tour placing.events as, we!!. continued his roll in the long jump "I visited Northwestern just a especially in the hurdles," Fish said. "We bleW,sew couple of weeks ago and I really 'Right now, the only nagging 4x200race. -rot ii one won. the !one jump (16 2 ), with a win at 20' I", Yoder went enjoyed the people and had a lot of problems we have is getting the. Fourths wet..,, was murtla in the 400 dash (i:03.74) fourth in the shot nut J B i and was part of the sprint medley ........ " .' , : ," fun,' Hershberger said. "They have steps down in the 400 hurdles That as Sieren waS/,.~ nocnsteuer was secona m the men an outstanding program and I really is very important in that race because (12.08), HtC~a relay team which finished second in 'um Yoder was fifth in the discus !"59 37 Along with her in the sprint j u p, . .... , ...... , felt like I would fit in best there." if you don't have your steps down 200 (24.8Y), J~ " " r,,evm miner was nitro in tlae hign Hershberger's decision came down you are in trouble." ever 1600.a,,n.l medley was Jamie Miller, Monica "um and Brian Dickel w .... J p as slxm m to five schools as Northwestern Second places went to Jennifer 5:11.42 and:?~ Miller and Jenny Beck. th I ' . e ong jump Other places Friday toy the girls Dickel came back later an .... Grand View, Wisconsin-Superior, Sieren in the 3000 (12:33.32) and to the 800 at z._,'t! were' distance medley relay (3rd) -e"on-'i ......... oa:a~eoa Grand View College and Rockford Shaila Gent in the shot put and Fifths.WenL(5 s c u n the ,ut, ~ows anu ,1 ,,t. m College all caught his eye. In the discus (33' in the shot, 89' 7" in the the high Ju~Ptl4 4:37.06 (M. Miller, Sally Gingerich, :~::. "~ 4 ............ .... ...... me w lows mr l~a r~eiay-wise, end, big brother Mike s school discus). Two relays also crossed in the long jumlJ2~' Leichty and Tiffany Stutzman) .......... IMS had a second in th 4 '" .~ ...... e xlt~ as (Grand View) and NWC were it. It arn u, second as the 4x800 team of Jamie medley te To, 4x20(0relay !5~) 1,:59.49 (J. Mdler, : /: :~,:i:::. Waco nosed them outat the wire and was a tough decision but once I made Flonder, Jamie McNurlen, Anita Matt Greine~J~ ~ara UOCK, J. UOCK and 5tutzman) ' " : :':~ .... thre thir ........... ... " -. e as V4x~4oo mue mealey ann and 4x400 relay (5th) 4:27.3~ : :'@: 4x800~ ' the decision, I was pleased with it,' Weber and Kns" Crawford was second Smren' in 4:aJ.'-. ,-i*t (Stutzman,. . M. Miller, J Beck and :i':': i ' / .... ':i~ IML'~ ......... s ooys and girJs were t~otn at Hershberger said. in I1:37.18 and the distance medley Huber in ~:cr ~i Gmgerich); ..... ~/~ ~ ~ Columbus Junction Tuesday The need for a player like relay team of Michelle Miller, Ryan Grei meanwhile, tlamgs were a little , o ......... " Hershberger is also a good reason for Crawford, Jill Gretter and Lvle was 1:06.91. - "loom, for Mark Hostetler's team as IMS s Aaron Fleming and Joel Loss aamraay, me annual ~wm-t..ounty his move. Barry and Hershberger also second in 2:41.28. " Tuesda~l~ht~ ,,,,n~,-.-.~ ...... , ........... n .,, get their 1-2 finish in the 1600 set Relays begin at $0 a.m. at City both commented on the need of an "Right now, we have start tying Eddyville'i!.] t0l ..... '~ ....................... v,-,,-~ ,- up Thursday night at the Wapello High's Forwald Track Friday s Classic. IMS finished eighth " " experienced point guard" for next things up for conference," Fish said. Eagles traw~tart. with 19points' as the Regal boys Invitational, (top). Bottom'. Lone season. Jason hopes he will be the "This next week will be very for a 5 p.m. com"leted the swee- with a 81 ~7 Tree s Andy Bell zooms towards the best one for the job. r, P " -" next leg of the 4x200 relay Thursday romp past second-place Cascade. " : "I knew that Northwestern needed a SICL boys and girls, SISC girls meetS T The field events was where most I]IkAl'.~ tit- ~1~/~ _...~__ ~...____ ~. .... point guard," Hershberger said. The first of several conference . .Le S' ntswe -,XlOO rein team to run of the poi re scored by the boys Y "Coach Barry wanted someone to fill track meets will be contested Tuesday w th t n'ren Friday. Senior Jeremy Yoder finished at Drake Saturday mornin that position with some experience night when the South Iowa Cedar Supercom~" second in the shot put at 41 feet, 1 , ........ -' ':::' so he recruited several junior college League boys and g~ds meet along held ~I and a half inches while junior Kevin mwa naennonl.te s ~x~ou remy Saturday morning at 8:40 a.m. They players. He also brought in some ............. team of Corey l