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Cub boys win two events at HOIC meet

Nevada’s Traye Pelzer hands the baton off to Peyton Sharp on the final exchange of the boys’ 4 X 200-meter relay at the Heart of Iowa Conference meet Monday in Alleman. Nevada won the event in one minute, 36.57 seconds and the same quartet went on to earn another victory in the 4 X 100.
Nevada’s Traye Pelzer hands the baton off to Peyton Sharp on the final exchange of the boys’ 4 X 200-meter relay at the Heart of Iowa Conference meet Monday in Alleman. Nevada won the event in one minute, 36.57 seconds and the same quartet went on to earn another victory in the 4 X 100.
Nevada’s Caitlin Dewell nears the finish line during the opening heat of the girls’ distance medley relay at the HOIC meet Monday.
Nevada’s Caitlin Dewell nears the finish line during the opening heat of the girls’ distance medley relay at the HOIC meet Monday.

ALLEMAN – Dominance in sprint relays and some personal records provided the Nevada boys’ track team with plenty of highlights at the Heart of Iowa Conference meet Monday and the Cub girls also turned in several personal bests at Comet Field in Alleman

The Cub boys won both the 4 X 200 and 4 X 100-meter relays. They also took third in the shuttle hurdle relay and medaled in two individual events.

“I was proud of the way the boys competed,” Nevada head boys’ track coach John Pelzer said. “The weather was miserable, but our boys put their best foot forward without a complaint.”

Chase Dobson, Erik Fevold, Traye Pelzer and Peyton Sharp teamed up to win the 4 X 200 in one minute, 36.57 seconds. The Cub quartet blew away the competition as Greene County was over one second behind in second place at 1:38.09.

In the 4 X 100 Nevada ran Sharp first and followed with Fevold, Pelzer and Dobson. The Cubs finished in :44.94 to whip Roland-Story (:45.66) for the gold.

“We continued our strong year in the sprint relays,” John Pelzer said. “I believe we are coming into form at the right time for our state meet run.”

Dobson also took third individually in the 100 after running an :11.46. He placed fourth in the 200 with a :24.12 showing.

Fevold stepped up to give Nevada its lone field event medal by placing third in the long jump. Fevold’s peak jump of 19 feet, 11.5 inches was a personal record.

Fevold, Sharp and Pelzer were also part of Nevada’s bronze-medal shuttle hurdle team. Ross Mitchell ran the other leg as the Cubs finished in a season-best time of 1:03.66.

Nevada’s 4 X 800 team of Joel Olson, Connor MacVey, Leighton Memmer and Lucas Markey placed sixth. The Cub team clocked in at 9:12.50.

Stephen Dolley set personal records in both the shot put and discus for Nevada with respective throws of 40-2.25 and 117-8 and Trice Logsdon had his best-ever showing in the discus with a throw of 96-1.

“I was pleased with Stephen, who PR’d in the shot and discus, Trice in the discus and Erik in the long jump,” John Pelzer said.

Nevada finished seventh out of 10 teams in the final standings with 48 points. Collins-Maxwell-Baxter won the boys’ title with 152 points, North Polk took second with 135 points and Gilbert turned in a score of 115 to place third.

In the girls’ competition Nevada placed eighth with 48 points. Prairie City-Monroe easily won with 148 points, Gilbert was runner-up with 113 points and Roland-Story came in third with a score of 102.

The Nevada girls medaled in three relays and two individual events.

“I thought the girls did a really nice job tonight,” Nevada head girls’ track coach Ted Johnson said. “We had personal bests in a lot of events and we are peaking at the right time. I’m excited to see what they will do at (the state qualifying meet) this Thursday in Nevada.”

Kelsey Haley, Caroline Goecke, Abby Stephenson and Lindsey Haley took second in the 4 X 100 and third in both the 4 X 200 and sprint medley for Nevada.

In the 4 X 100 and 4 X 200 the Cub quartet ran in the order of Kelsey, Goecke, Stephenson and Lindsey.

Their time of :52.73 in the 4 X 100 beat out CMB’s :53.19 for second behind PCM’s :51.70. In the 4 X 200, they ran a 1:53.12 to trail only the 1:51.33 by PCM and Roland-Story’s 1:52.82 showing.

In the sprint medley Nevada ran Kelsey, Goecke and Lindsey before anchoring with Stephenson. The Cubs finished in 1:58.64, trailing Roland-Story (1:57.46) and PCM (1:58.23).

Nevada also came in sixth in the 4 X 800 with a time of 11:22.10. Amaris Hornbuckle, Carrie Satre, Nicole Dewell and Caitlin Dewell formed the Cub 4 X 800 team.

Individually, Nevada won two bronze medals.

Lindsey was third in the 100 with a time of :13.34.. Roland-Story’s Kayla Johnston won in :12.84 and PCM’s Mackenzie Clarke took the silver in :13.13.

Sophia Wilson placed third in the high jump after jumping 5-0. Alyssa Boyd was right behind her in fourth after clearing 4-10.

Alli Fey added a fifth-place finish for Nevada in the open 400. Fey’s time was 1:07.97.

Final team scores

Girls: 1. PCM 148 points, 2. Gilbert 113, 3. Roland-Story 102, 4. Greene County 88, 5. CMB 63, 6. (tie) North Polk and Saydel 54, 8. Nevada 48, 9. South Hamilton 41, 10. Colfax-Mingo 29.

Boys: 1. CMB 152, 2. North Polk 135, 3. Gilbert 115, 4. Roland-Story 63, 5. Greene County 53, 6. South Hamilton 50, 7. Nevada 48, 8. Saydel 43, 9. PCM 34, 10. Colfax-Mingo 9.

Individual results – Nevada

Girls

Shot put – 8. Abby Tupper, 32-9.5; 14. Madilyn Highland, 29-7.75

Discus – 14. Tupper, 73-11; 15. Tiffany Latshaw, 73-9

High jump – 3. Sophia Wilson, 5-0; 4. Alyssa Boyd, 4-10

3,000-meter run – 12. Brooke Thompson, 15:44.69

4 X 800-meter run – 6. Nevada (Amaris Hornbuckle, Carrie Satre, Nicole Dewell, Caitlin Dewell), 11:22.10

100-meter dash – 3. Lindsey Haley, :13.34; 8. Kelsey Haley, :13.67

Distance medley relay – 8. Nevada (Jordan McKinney, Willow Griffith, Mara Rhodes, C. Dewell), 5:14.51

400-meter dash – 5. Fey, 1:07.97; 19. Madison Abraham, 1:19.71

4 X 200-meter relay – 3. Nevada (K. Haley, Caroline Goecke, Abby Stephenson, L. Haley), 1:53.12

100-meter hurdles – 9. Boyd, :18.63

800-meter run – 11. N. Dewell, 2:48.34; 15. Hornbuckle, 2:58.94

200-meter dash – 11. Bremer, :31.08; 12. Jordan McKinney, :31.54

400-meter hurdles – 12. Brooke Kelley, 1:23.18

Sprint medley relay – 3. (K. Haley, Goecke, L. Haley, Stephenson), 1:58.64

1,500-meter run – 8. C. Dewell, 5:39.71; 17. Savannah Fitz, 6:40.45

4 X 100-meter relay – 2. Nevada (K. Haley, Goecke, Stephenson, L. Haley), :52.73

4 X 400-meter relay – 9. Nevada (Fey, Rhodes, Kelley, Bremer), 4:57.98

Boys

Shot put – 10. Stephen Dolley, 40-2.25; 14. Aarin Howe, 36-11.75

Discus – 9. Dolley, 117-8; 19. Trice Logsdon, 96-1

Long jump – 3. Erik Fevold, 19-11.5

4 X 800-meter relay – 6. Nevada (Joel Olson, Connor MacVey, Leighton Memmer, Lucas Markey), 9:12.50

Shuttle hurdle relay – 3. Nevada (Traye Pelzer, Fevold, Ross Mitchell, Peyton Sharp), 1:03.66

100-meter dash – 3. Chase Dobson, :11.46; 14. Tavrie Ferguson, :12.74

400-meter dash – 14. Olson, :59.45; 16. Riley Huhn, 1:00.55

4 X 200-meter relay – 1. Nevada (Dobson, Fevold, Pelzer, Sharp), 1:36.57

1,600-meter run – 16. Cooper Dodd, 6:04.71

200-meter dash – 4. Dobson, :24.12; 13. Tony Avalos, :27.04

400-meter low hurdles – 17. Cody Weier, 1:14.88

Distance medley relay – 7. Nevada (Sharp, Pelzer, Olson, Markey), 4:12.56

800-meter run – 12. MacVey, 2:23.09; 15. Memmer, 2:33.51

4 X 100-meter relay – 1. Nevada (Sharp, Fevold, Pelzer, Dobson), :44.94

4 X 400-meter relay – 9. Nevada (Mitchell, Huhn, Lane Hillock, Bertrand Joliet), 4:03.48

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