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Nevada boys pick up three silvers at Cub Relays

Evan Webb came in fifth in the Class B long jump for the Colo-Nesco boys’ track team at the Cub Relays April 1.
Evan Webb came in fifth in the Class B long jump for the Colo-Nesco boys’ track team at the Cub Relays April 1.
Nevada’s Chase Dobson (center) nears the finish line during the Class A 100-meter dash at the Cub Relays April 1 at Cub Stadium.
Nevada’s Chase Dobson (center) nears the finish line during the Class A 100-meter dash at the Cub Relays April 1 at Cub Stadium.

NEVADA – The Nevada boys’ track team did well in sprint relays and Colo-Nesco turned in a steady all-around effort at the Cub Relays April 1 at Cub Stadium.

Nevada finished sixth in Class A with 198.5 points. The Cubs picked up three silver medals and one bronze going up against a field that included 4A school Ankeny Centennial and 3A powers Carroll and Boone.

Nevada took second in both the 4 X 200 and 4 X 100-meter relay events. Peyton Sharp, Erik Fevold, Traye Pelzer and Chase Dobson were the four Cub runners in each race.

In the 4 X 200, Nevada clocked in at one minute, 35.76 seconds to tie Knoxville for the silver. Carroll won in 1:35.21.

The 4 X 100 saw the Cubs finish in :45.89. That just edged out Carroll’s :45.97 for the silver; Ankeny Centennial took the gold in :45.61.

Nevada tacked on a bronze medal in the 4 X 800. Riley Huhn, Leighton Memmer, Drew Barker and Lucas Markey teamed to run a 9:34.61.

The 800 was kind to Nevada on a cold and dreary day as Memmer was runner-up and MacVey took third individually in the open 800.

Memmer crossed the finish line in 2:22.93 and MacVey finished in 2:25.93. Ankeny Centennial’s Colin Elleby won in 2:11.34.

MacVey also took fifth in the 3,200 with a time of 11:09.78. Sharp placed fourth and Dobson ended up fifth in the 200 with respective times of :24.17 and :24.58 and Nevada came in fifth in the shuttle hurdle relay and sixth in both the distance medley and 4 X 400.

Ankeny Centennial won the Class A team title with 344 points and Carroll was second with a score of 309.

In Class B Colo-Nesco scored 159 points to edge West Marshall by six points for third out of five teams. Bondurant-Farrar won with 234.5 points and Iowa Falls-Alden was runner-up with a score of 213.5.

The Royals totaled five silver medals and they earned four bronzes.

In relay action Colo-Nesco placed second in both the shuttle hurdle and distance medley.

Brady Stoeffler, Caleb Vaughn, Clayton Bryan and Noah Gibbons combined to run a 1:09.49 in the shuttle hurdle for the Royals. Bondurant-Farrar ran a 1:06 flat to win and Iowa Falls-Alden finished third in 1:11.61.

Taylor Hill, Bryan, Christian Reischauer and Steven Cutler teamed to clock in at 4:07.24 in the distance medley for Colo-Nesco. West Marshall won in 3:59.41 and Bondurant-Farrar was third in 4:12.70.

Colo-Nesco added third-place medals in both the 4 X 200 and 4 X 100.

In the 4 X 200 Hill, Gibbons, Bryan and Reischauer teamed to run a 1:37.72. That same quartet clocked in at :47.27 in the 4 X 100.

Individually, Cutler had a big day by taking second in the 1,600 and third in the high jump.

In the open mile Cutler ran a 5:06.98 to trail only the 4:58.21 by Iowa Falls-Alden’s Landon Boomsma. Cutler peaked with a jump of five feet, four inches in the high jump.

Christian Montgomery added a runner-up jump of 17-2.75 in the long jump for the Royals. Reischauer placed second in the 100 at :12.15 and Stoeffler took third in the 110 high hurdles after crossing the finish line in :20.26.

Final team scores

Class A: 1. Ankeny Centennial 344 points, 2. Carroll 309, 3. Boone 269, 4. Ballard 261, 5. Knoxville 241.5, 6. Nevada, 198.5.

Class B: 1. Bondurant-Farrar 234.5, 2. Iowa Falls-Alden, 213.5, 3. Colo-Nesco 159, 4. West Marshall 153, 5. Northeast Hamilton 117.

Individual results

Class A – Nevada

Shot put – 9. Stephen Dolley, 37-3.5; 10. Aarin Howe, 36-8.75

Discus – 8. Dolley, 108-1.5; 12. Trice Logsdon, 64-4.5

3,200-meter run – 5. Connor MacVey, 11:09.78; 8. Cooper Dodd, 13:28.04

4 X 800-meter relay – 3. Nevada (Riley Huhn, Leighton Memmer, Drew Barker, Lucas Markey), 9:34.61

Shuttle hurdle relay – 5. Nevada (Erik Fevold, Peyton Sharp, Ross Mitchell, Traye Pelzer), 1:08.22

100-meter dash – 7. Chase Dobson, :11.89; 12. Andy Clough, 13:28

400-meter dash – 9. Huhn, 1:00.54; 12. Tavrie Ferguson, 1:02.66

4 X 200-meter relay – 2. (tie) Nevada (Sharp, Fevold, Pelzer, Dobson), 1:35.76

110-meter high hurdles – 10. Dolley, :19.39

1,600-meter run – 7. MacVey, 5:09.19; 11. Barker, 5:55.73

200-meter dash – 4. Sharp, :24.17; 5. Dobson, :24.58

400-meter low hurdles – 8. Mitchell, 1:09.20

Distance medley relay – 6. Nevada (Ferguson, Clough, Huhn, Markey), 4:11.23

800-meter run – 2. Memmer, 2:22.93; 3. MacVey, 2:25.93

4 X 100-meter relay – 2. Nevada (Sharp, Fevold, Pelzer, Dobson), :45.89

4 X 400-meter relay – 6. Nevada (Mitchell, Huhn, Fevold, Pelzer), 4:04.71.

Class B – Colo-Nesco

Shot put – 6. Michael Starling, 35-10; 9. Dacian Wilson, 32-0.75

Discus – 7. Starling, 93-10; 10. Wilson, 77-4.5

High jump – 3. Steven Cutler, 5-4; 6. Caleb Vaughn, 5-0

Long jump – 2. Christian Montgomery, 17-2.75; 5. Evan Webb, 16-1.5

3,200-meter run – 6. Kyle Miller, 12:41.33

Shuttle hurdle relay – 2. Colo-Nesco (Brady Stoeffler, Caleb Vaughn, Clayton Bryan, Noah Gibbons), 1:09.49

100-meter dash – 2. Christian Reischauer, :12.15; 6. Taylor Hill, :12.53

400-meter dash – 8. Garret Tiarks, 1:01.37; 9. Montgomery, 1:02.01

4 X 200-meter relay – 3. Colo-Nesco (Hill, Gibbons, Bryan, Reischauer), 1:37.72

110-meter high hurdles – 3. Stoeffler, :20.26

1,600-meter run – 2. Cutler, 5:06.98; 6. Webb, 5:47.11

200-meter dash – 5. Gibbons, :25.44; 8. Montgomery, :27.07

400-meter low hurdles – 7. Vaughn, 1:10.75; Tiarks, 1:12.00

Distance medley relay – 2. Colo-Nesco (Hill, Bryan, Reischauer, Cutler), 4:07.24

800-meter run – 6. Webb, 2:32.75; 7. Kevin Hapes, 2:36.70

4 X 100-meter relay – 3. Colo-Nesco (Hill, Gibbons, Bryan, Reischauer), :47.27

4 X 400-meter relay – 4. Colo-Nesco (Stoeffler, Montgomery, Tiarks, Hapes), 4:14.99.

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