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Wapello High School won eight occasions and caught the young men group title in its own Wapello Co-ed olympic style sports meet Tuesday night. Louisa-Muscatine won eight occasions in the young ladies rivalry, additionally getting a group title. Wapello won the young men meet with 183 focuses and was trailed by Columbus (144), Louisa-Muscatine (122), West Liberty (167), Durant (52) and 52325 had 22 focuses Wapello’s Caden Thomas and Rhett Smith each won two individual occasions. Thomas won the 200-meter run in 23.11 seconds and the 400 in 52.54. He likewise completed second in the 100 scramble in 11.56 seconds. Smith won both tossing occasions, the shot put with a hurl of 44 1/2 and the plate with a throw of 128 feet. Wapello’s Jake Gustison jumped 19 feet, 10 inches, to win the long leap and the Indians won three transfers.

McKenna Hohenadel and Kylee Sanders each won two occasions for Louisa-Muscatine. Hohenadel won the 100 meters in 13.65 and the 400-meter obstacles in 1:17.06. Sanders won the 200 in 29.28 seconds and the 400 scramble in 1:07.43. The Falcons’ McKenzie Kissell won the 1,500 spat 5:49.90 and Morgan Stecher won the disk with a toss of 108 feet, nine inches. The Louisa-Muscatine group of four of Carter Barrick, Hanna McConaha, Stecher and Cami Schultz won the 4×400 transfer in 4:50.03. Wapello won five occasions. Emily Hemphill won the 800 altercation 2:52.84 and Claire Anderson won the 3,000 in 14:36.43. Patricia Hank cleared 4-10 for a high leap win. The Arrows won two transfers. Ada Boysen, Lindsay Massner, Gracie Gustison and Serah Shafer won the 4×200 in 1:56.33. A similar four won the 800 variety hand-off in 1:59.28. Columbus won one occasion. Michelle Diaz put the shot 34 feet for the success. BUNTON LEADS BHS GIRLS: Burlington High School’s Madison Bunton got three second spot finishes in the Women of Troy Relays, facilitated by Iowa City West. Bunton required second in the 200-meter run in 28.5 seconds, only one-10th of a second behind victor Emily Schmidt of Linn-Mar. Bunton required second in the 400-meter run in 1:02.60.

Linn-Mar’s Lily Haars won in 1:02.40. In the 100-meter run, Bunton tied for second with Cedar Rapids Prairie’s Sarah Jordan. Both were timed at 13.20 seconds. Grassland’s Gabby Cortez won the occasion in 12.80. Group scores were inaccessible Tuesday night. We at present don’t have any returning varsity players in our arrangement, which harms us when we face a group like Davis County,” Fort Madison mentor Jeremy Swink said. “Our young ladies contended energetically and didn’t surrender, which is most certainly a positive we can detract from around evening time.” In singles: Bella Tranquillino beat Molly Knipe, 8-1; Avery Thompson beat Malaire Ross, 8-0; Morgan Klaus beat Rachel Hellman, 8-0; Maddy Warning beat Kayla Kruse, 8-2; Jenna Marlow beat Camille Kruse, 8-6; and Jada Will beat Elizabeth Stuekerguergen, 8-3. In copies: Tranquillino and Thompson beat Knipe and Hellman, 8-0; Klaus and Warning beat Ross and Camille Kruse, 8-2; and Marlow and Will bested Kayla Kruse and Stuekerguergen he 55th moment provided Iowa Wesleyan with its first loss of the period. Wesleyan’s objective was by Xavier Lozada, helped by Francisco Javier Saldana, in the primary half which sent the match to halftime with a 1-1 halt. Iowa Wesleyan goalkeeper Vicent Sanchis had five recoveries. Iowa Wesleyan (2-1-2) has Spalding at Mediapolis Saturday.

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