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THE KALONA NEWS, THURSDAY, MAY 4, 2017 Sports PAGE 3B MID-PRAIRIE TRACK & FIELD |n By Jeff Yoder Sports Editor ANAMOSA Marshal Teets finished first in the high jump and second in the long jump, leading the Golden Hawks to an eighth place finish out of 14 teams at the Radier Co-ed in Anamosa on Tuesday, April 25. Teets and Kyle Miller each cleared 5 feet, 10 inches in the high jump competition. Peyton Miller won the 400 meter hur- dles with a time of 56.97. Levi Duwa failed to finish in first place in the shot put for the first time this season. Duwa finished second in the shot put and discus to fellow member of the 2017 Iowa football class, Tristan Wirfs. Duwa had throw of 56-06 1/2 in the shot and 149-11 in the discus. Wirfs, who leads the state in each event, threw .63-05 in the shot and 175-05 in the discus. Floyd Evans finished sec- Brent Foster nears the finish ond in the 3200 meter run with teammate Zach Pettit finishing third, Pettit also finished fifth in the 1600. Micah Gugel set two career- best marks with an eighth place finish of 39-00 in the shot put and a 117 foot, four inch throw in the discus, his first Daryl $chepanksi/JournaI-Eureka of the shuttle hurdle relay. career throw over 100 feet. Terrhyn Jacoby was one of seven runners to finish the 100- meter dash in under 12 seconds with a sixth place finish of 11.70. Terry Harris of Central DeWitt, who owns the fourth- fastest time in class 3A, won the event with a time of 11.06. The Golden Hawks took sec- High jump ond in the 4x800 meter relayMarshal Teets (1)5-10 and the distance medley. Kyle Miller (2) 5-10 Long jump Marshal Teets (2) 19-06 Name (place) time/distance Miles Burrows (9) 17-01 100 meter dash Shot put Terrhyn Jacoby (6) 11.70 Levi Duwa (2) 56-06 1/2 Jack Schlabaugh (13) 13.14 Micah Gugel (8) 39-00 Colton Hobbs (15) 13.49 Alex Yutzy (10) 38-03 Hunter Eden (16) 14.52 Isaac Boucher (15) 26-01 200 meter dash " Discus Jared Miller (9) 26.27 Levi Duwa (2) 149-11 Colton Hobbs (14) 27.71 Micah Gugel (4) 117-04 Jack Schlabaugh (15) 28.01 Alex Yutzy (9) 101-07 1/2 400 meter dash Jack Baker (14) 88-09 1A Brent Foster (7} 56.56 4x100 meter relay Grant Boyse (8) 56.78 Mid-Prairie (5) 47.62 800 meter run 4x200 meter relay Brad Tornow (7) 2:12.19 Mid-Prairie (6) 1:43.80 Jacob Nonnenmann (11) 2:28.20 Mid-Prairie (8) 1:49.26 1600 meter run 4x400 meter relay Zach Pettit (5) 4:53.64 Mid-Prairie (3) 3:37.83 Spencer Yutzy (14) 5:51.87 Mid-Prairie (7) 3:51.61 Austin Bontrager (15) 6:10.20 4k800 meter 3200 meter run Mid-Prairie (2) 8:34.24 Floyd Evans (2) 10:16.14 Sprint medley Zach Pettit (3)10:31.29 Mid-Prairie (3) 1:39.75 110 meter hurdles Mid-Prairie (8) 1:53.16 Andrew Schwartz (6) 20.27 Distance medley 400 meter hurdles Mid-Prairie (2) 3:52.66 Peyton Miller (1) 56.97 Shuttle hurdle relay Brent Foster (6) 1:03.33 Mid-Prairie (4) 1:09.23 Justin Schwartz (7) 1:03:65 MID-PRAIRIE GOLF top ar By Jeff Yoder strokes on both rounds, shoot- Sports Editor ing a 51 and a 49 to finish with 100 strokes. "Olivia Nisly posted a career MARION round for her and probably one Paige Slabaugh and Olivia of the hardest courses we'll Nisly led the Mid-Prairie girls play, so I was happy for her to golf team at the Linn-Mar be able to do that in her senior Girls Golf Invite held Tuesday, year," McArtor said. April 25 at Hunter's Ridge Golf Slabaugh shot a 44 on the Course. front nine on the way to a total Cedar Falls took the team of 98 strokes. Abbi Patterson title with a score of 315, record- shot rounds of 54 and 58 to fin- ing the three best individual ish with 112. scores of the event, including a ?Paige Slabaugh and Abbi 75 from meet medalist Macken, Patterson played pretty con- zie Roberts. sistent yet again, a couple bad Mid-Prairie finished 10th at holes is the only thing that the 12-team event with a total kind of bit them on the back of 433 strokes in the 18:hole in- nine, but very easy to do on a vitational, course like Hunters Ridge," "Overall, a good meet for the McArtor said. kids although the team stand- Lindsey Palmer finished the ings may not show it," coach s'coring for Mid-Prairie with a Tracy McArton said. "Lots of score of 123. good schools this year and very Emma Mattes shot a 59 on competitive at the top on a very the back nine to finish with hard course." a total of 125 strokes. Kenzie Nisly was the only member Bontrager finished with 128 for of the team to come in under 54 the Golden Hawk varsity Roman Slabach tees off for Iowa Golf Club on Monday, April 1 7. Jake Bourgeois/Kalona News Mennonite at the Kalona IOWA MENNONITE GOLF By Jeff Yoder Sports Editor WAPELLO The IMS boys golf team had four scores under 50, but came up eight strokes short in a 185- 193 loss to Wapello at Heritage Oaks Golf Course on Thursday, April 27. Gretta Rempel was the run- ner-up in the girls' competition with a score of 53. The IMS girls also lost by a final of 231- 251. Drake Brezina led the IMS boys with a 47, followed by Trevor Leyden with a round of 48. Trace Howard was the meet medalist for Wapello with a total of 40 Strokes. Roman Slabach and Caleb Yoder each finished with a total of 49 to complete the scoring Bronze Slabach shot a 69 and Tanner Thrapp finished with 75. Cole Roth led the Iowa Men- nonite JV with a 46, Shaylon Graber shot a round of 50 and Max Martens finished with 58 strokes. Meet medalist Maggie Peter- son led the Wapello girls with a Score of 50. Lara Kliewer had the second lowest score for IMS with a total of 60, followed by Monet Slabach with a 63. Hannah Peters finished with 75, while Katie Martinez finished with 74 for the IMS JV. .lake aourgeois/Kalona News Amanda Miller redirects the soccer ball out of the Golden Hawks' end'of the field. MID-PRAIRIE SOCCER airie By Jake Bourgeois easier opponents and some Fernanda Brown, Ellie Ger- Reporter better health can get the team ber, and Hellaina Hillyard back on track before the home scored a goal apiece for Me- stretch, diapolis. Brown's goal was her WELLMAN "Right now it'd be nice forsixth, which leads the team. The Mid-Prairie girls' soccer our girls that are not healthy Kirsten Duwa saved six shots team had their second straight to get healthy," he said. "Play- on the night for Mid-Prairie. rough outingat home April25, ing these teams like ReginaThe game was the third as they played host to the girls and Burlington-Notre Dame straight loss for the Golden of Burlington-Notre Dame gives us experience for it. So Hawks and the fourth straight (BND). that way when the postseason win for Mediapolis, who hasn't For the second straight home comes, we're ready for it."lost a game since being shut out game, the team suffered a 10-0 "I think once we all start in back-to-back games versus defeat, playing as a team, we'll beWilliamsburg and Holy Trinity BND got things kicked off ready to go," Kaalberg said. to start the season. early, scoring with under two The three goals allowed by minutes off the clock. A second MEDIAPOLIS Mid-Prairie were the fewest goal followed before five min- It was a much tighter matchgoals scored in a game by the utes elapsed, as Mid-Prairie traveled to Me- Bullettes since the shutouts. Mid-Prairie held off BND for diapolis April 29 for a matchup a few minutes, before giving up with the Bullettes. WEST LIBERTY goal three in the 12th minute, They clawed their way back A slow start to the game and followed two minutes later by from a 2-0 deficit, but unfortu- a costly few minutes in the sec- a fourth. Over the course of nately, Mid-Prairie still found ond half were the difference the final seven minutes, BND themselves on the wrong endfor the Mid-Prairie girls' soccer extended their lead from four of the final score in a 3-2 loss. team as they fell on the road to goals to seven at the half. Down 2-0 at half, head coach West Liberty 3-1 to kick off the Coming out in the second Reid Kaalberg urged his team month of May half, BND collected their final to step up. West Liberty struck first three goals just over 10 minutes "Mediapolis was taking us in the opening half on a play into the half, but head coach out of our game. We weren'twhere there were shouts of Reid Kaalberg saw a little more really getting to dictate how offside from the Mid-Prairie positivity from his team in the game was going, we weredefenders, which allowed the those few minutes, just kind of handing it over to Comets to take a 1=0 lead into "We possessed the ball a lit- them," he said. "At halftime the half. tle better. We had some more we talked about how we needComing out in the second, the chances to score," he said. to play Mid-Prairie soccer and first few minutes proved deci- Despite the state of the score stop following in the othersive as West Liberty was able line, there were a few efforts team's footsteps." to put two past the Mid-Prairie that stood out to Kaalberg. The talk seemed to have an defense in the first six minutes "Maya Hall and Ireland effect, to open up a 3-1 lead. (Hostetler) and All Butters all Off of an indirect free kick Mid-Prairie was able to get worked their butts off today ... senior Maya Hall notched her one back as All Butters got on same with Amanda Miller," he first goal of the season off the end of an Ireland Hostetler said. the Ireland Hostetler delivery, ball into the box. The assist was With his team limited by in- Addle Rath then collected her Hostetler's third of the season juries, Kaalberg also singled team-leading ninth goal of the and the goal tied Butters for out freshman Jordan Hammen season to tie the game. second on the team with four for the performance she put in The pair accounted for all five on the year. stepping up to fill some of the shots on target, Rath with three Kaalberg says the team is cleats left empty by medical is- and Hall with the other two. getting themselves in the right sues. With about 90 seconds re- positions, they just need to "She blew my mind today I maining, the Bullettes put one sharpen things up slightly to did not see that effort coming off the post and were able to start fully executing. from her. So, I was super proud pounce on the rebound with "We're putting a lot of balls with the effort that she put in," goalie Kirsten Duwa out of the in the box for our offense to he said. picture after trying to save the score, but we're not scoring Kirsten Duwa had collected initial shot. right now. We're going to get nine saves in the game and The strike proved to be thethere, though," Kaalberg said. Addle Rath had Mid-Prairie's decisive tally The girls will look to stop lone shot on goal. Hostetler's assist was her their four game skid when they As the calendar turns to May, second on the year to put her in host Cedar Valley Christian Kaalberg is hoping that some the team lead in that category May 5.