Sports: Saturday, May 11th, 2019Written by Nathan Bloechl on May 11, 2019
By: Nathan Bloechl — firstname.lastname@example.org
State Qualifying Track:
- Girls’ sprint med team of Lamm/Lamm/VanTiger/Cristoforo qualify!
- Abby Ryon wins with 3000m run to qualify!
- Lexi Magnani and Ashley Brumbaugh are both headed to state in the shot put.
- Sam Beatty qualifies for state in the High Jump.
- Rylan Seberg qualifies in the Long Jump.
- Boys and Girls 4×800 both qualify.
- Cody Mertens qualifies in the 3200m run.
- Boys and Girls Shuttle Hurdle Relay both move on.
- Alyssa Striegel won the shot put, she’ll qualify for state.
- Riley McQuiggin was second in the shot, moving on to state.
- Both boys’ and girls’ DMR teams are moving on to state.
- Chase Lamm won the boys’ 110m HH’s. The senior advances to the Blue Oval.
- Jacob Stukerjurgen won the 800m run, he’s on to Des Moines next week.
- 400 IH’s: Maggie Cristoforo and Lamm both qualify.
- 1500: Abby Ryon sweeps both the 1500m run, 3000m run.
- Boys’ 4×100 advances with a 2nd place finish.
Mount Pleasant shot a 220 and got 2nd at the Washington Triangular, Friday afternoon.
Washington claimed first, shooting a team 200.
Burlington shot a 273 for third.
Melody Miller booked a 49 to lead the Panthers on Friday.
Michal Wohlleber carded a 55 for Mount Pleasant. Ryann Davidson a 57, Grace Sheets had a 59.
Mount Pleasant will be back in action Monday, for the Southeast Conference Meet in Keokuk.
Mount Pleasant Panther boys’ tennis finishes second at the district tennis meet today in Fairfield.
They’ll battle Burlington-ND today at 10 a.m in prelim sub-state in Mount Pleasant.
The winner of that will advance to sub-state on May 19th.
Also, two Mount Pleasant athletes are heading to the 2019 State Tennis Tournament.
Friday afternoon, juniors Corbin Broeker and Jaxon Hoyle punched their tickets to to the State Tennis tournament by picking up a doubles semifinal victory in Fairfield.
The duo battled Fort Madison in the finals Friday afternoon, but per Athletic Director Scott Lamm, their spot at the State Tennis tournament was clinched with the semifinal victory.
Congrats to both young men on a great showing!
New London hosted a boys Class 1A golf sectional Friday at the Deerwood Course. Sigourney won the team title with 346 strokes and the Wolves finished second at 353. Host New London was third at 381 and was followed by Keota (381), Iowa Mennonite (412), Holy Trinity (424), Highland (427) and Lone Tree (496). Sigourney’s Dustin Haines was medalist with a 1-over 73. The top two individuals not on advancing teams also head to the district. They are New London’s Clayton Phillips, who was second with an 80, and Iowa Mennonite’s Trevor Leyden, who finished fifth with a 90. Winfield-Mount Union’s Nolan Ross was third individually with an 83 and teammate Jarod Kadel was fourth at 89. Also playing for the Wolves were Graham Hagge (90), Jacob Kongable (91), Brady Loyd (97) and Noah Freeman (100). Following Phillips for New London were Gabe Carter (95), Dustin Nehring (102), Ethan Streeter (104), Tyler Henecke (105) and Wyatt Haes (120).
Girls’ tennis: Varsity Regionals (at Fairfield) — 9:00 a.m.
Boys’ tennis: versus West Burlington-Notre Dame (at East Lake Park) — 10:00 a.m.
Girls’ soccer: tournament versus Columbus Junction, Northeast, West Liberty (at West Liberty High School) — 10:00 a.m.
Boys’ soccer: tournament versus Independence, Cedar Valley Christian (at Independence) — 10:00 a.m.