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WAUKEE – The Waukee girls’ soccer team sent Marshalltown 0-3 at the start of the season with a 10-0 comeback in a CIML match on Monday.

Waukee’s nine points were scored by newcomers or winners, including a hat trick for newcomer Gentry Williams. Williams had three goals and two assistants for the Warriors (2-2).

Delaniy Swartzel added two points and an assist, while Anjelena Carder scored a goal with three assistants in the victory. Rita Danner, Reagan Glass, Rylie Tetmeyer and Lexi Powers each contributed to Waukee.

Kathryn Johnson made six saves in 34 minutes on the MHS network, and Claire Vala added three things in 15 minutes to the net.

The Bobcat girls are back on the road today, heading to face ClassloA No. 5 Waterloo Columbus at 5:30 p.m.

Four regional teams competing in East Marshall Co-Ed met

THE GRAND – BCLUW girls and boys from South Tama County finished second in their East Marshall Early Bird Co-Ed trail and meeting ground here on Friday, both following only Dike-New Hartford.

The Comet girls had 116 points to finish after D-NH, which collected 160 points in the title. East Marshall is third with 85 points, followed by Waterloo West (79), Lynnville-Sully (76), South Tama (63) and Gladbrook-Reinbeck (4).

The second-placed BCLUW team was revived by the victory of Savannah Moeller in the long jump and Comet competitions. Moeller cut off 14 feet, 6 3/4 inches to win a long jump; 4 × 800-meter relay team Miranda Jones, Mallori Jones, Abby Kemp and Kalia Stover combined for a time of 11 minutes, 5.89 seconds; and the medley quartet distance of Emma Speicher, Kenna Paxson, Miranda Jones and Stover took the lead at 4: 46.69.

In the 200-meter dash, Speicher took second and Paxson was third, while Paxson also won 100 silver. Stover and Kemp finished second and third, respectively, at 1,500. Emma Hoover placed fourth in the 3,000.

The BCLUW shuttle hurdle relay team took second, 4 × 200 and sprint medley teams finished third, and Cassie Nason came third in the discus. Kailan McEwen added fourth place to fourth place.

East Marshall had two event wins with Ellie Hull finishing the 800-meter run in 2: 38.82, and the Mustangs shuttle hurdle relay claimed gold as Morgan Neuroth, Addison Lane, Jayleigh Pansegrau and Cora Talbert they finished in 1: 18.24.

Mustangs’ medley distance and 4 × 800 relays are both second point, as did Kennedy Wheater in the shooting range. Neuroth placed third in the 100 and 400 hurdles, and MKenzie Robinson also won bronze at 3,000.

South Tama is led by JoJo Tyynismaa, who has won both festivals. He took 100 barriers in 15.61 seconds and 400 barriers in 1: 06.97.

Ashlynn Kriegel came in second in the discus, while third place went to Kayla Heck in the 800, Emma Harwick in the top jump and Kortney Babinat in the shot put. STC’s 4 × 100 man weight off Babinat exit, Kriegel, Taylor Slifer and Zoey Zmolek finished second in a time of 1: 06.43.

Gladbrook-Reinbeck points only came from Xandra Anderson in fourth place in fourth place at a discus with a height of 81 feet, 8 inches.

For the boys, Dike-New Hartford won with 145 points followed by South Tama (102), BCLUW (97), East Marshall (69), Iowa Falls-Alden (63), Lynnville-Sully (51), AGWSR (49) and Gladbrook -Reinbeck (12).

South Tama crowned four champions in the game: Kyler Smith won 100 (12.07), Gavin Bridgewater took 200 (23.89) ahead of Smith (24.08), Trusten Rosenberger claimed 400 (53.76) and Tommy Tyynismaa won 800 ( 2: 03.04). Rosenberger was second in the 400, while Trojans’ 4 × 200 and 4 × 800 relay teams both won silver.

BCLUW won the medley relay distance as the quarterback of Drake Leimbacher, Liam Speicher, Logan Aicher and Cayden White combined with a winning time of 3: 58.50. Connor Lynch holds second place at 400, and White finished second at 1,600. Cayden McLeland took second place out of 3,200.

Tyler Bracy brought home the bronze in both 200s and long jumps. The Comets’ 4 × 400 relay was second and the 4 × 800 team was third.

Joe Terrones held a unique East Marshall victory, finishing ahead of the pack at 3,200 in 10: 41.08. His teammate Patrick Slifer finished third in the event with him.

Paul Novotny won silver on the discus, while Kordell Negrete was third in the 400. Mustangs shuttle hurdle relay team received bronze as well.

Gladbrook-Reinbeck’s Logan Giesking won a high jump on a tiebreaker after striking 5 feet, 10 inches. One of the only rebels was fifth in the 4 × 800 (Drew Eilers, Caleb Egesdal, Austin Vaverka and Paul Brockett).

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