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Heart of Iowa Conference Meet at CMB (Baxter)

Posted May 12, 2014 in Community Web Exclusives, Greene County

7/8 Middle School Girls Combined
Friday, May 9, 2014

Congratulations to the middle school girls’ combined track team for placing third out of ten schools at the HOIAC track meet at Baxter Friday night, May 9, 2014.

Team Standings:
150      Gilbert
101      CMB
93      Greene County
89      North Polk
71      PCM
53      South Hamilton
46      Saydel
41      Roland-Story
40      Nevada
17      Colfax-Mingo

First Places:
Shot:    Laurin Lyons 30’ 11 ∏”  Personal Best and Broke her MS Girls’ Record
High Jump:  Megan Durbin 5’ 0” Ties her Personal Best and Her MS Girls’ Record

Second Places:
Shot:  Onica Delp 29’ 2” Personal Best
200M Hurdles:  Melanie Doran  :31.29  Personal Best and Broke the MS Girls’ Record

Third Places:
100M Dash:  Megan Durbin :14.26 (the record is :14.21 set by Megan Durbin)
100M Hurdles:  Melanie Doran  :17.71
400M Shuttle Hurdle Relay:  1:16.72    Broke the MS Girls’ Record
Lauren Carlson, Chantel Flack, Melanie Doran, Sydney Schiltz

Fourth Places:
High Jump:  Onica Delp  4’ 6”    Personal Best
800M Relay:  2:06.57
Laurin Lyons, Chantel Flack, Lauren Carlson, Neysa Halverson
800M Sprint Medley:  2:10.85     Broke the MS Girls’ Record
Laurin Lyons, Emily Finch, Onica Delp, Kara Betts

Fifth Place:
100M Hurdles:  Sydney Schiltz  :18.78

Sixth Places:
Long Jump:  Megan Durbin  13’ 8”
200M Dash:  Janelle Brophy  :31.52

“This was another great night for the Rams middle school girls’ track team.  Congratulations to Megan Durbin who placed first in the high jump for her personal best and eighth grade girls’ record of 5’ 0”.  We took first and second in the shot.  Congratulations to Laurin Lyons who placed first in the shot with a throw of 30’ 11 ∏”.  This is Laurin’s personal best and also broke the middle school girls’ record.  Congratulations to Onica Delp who placed second in the shot with a throw of 29’ 2” which is her personal best.  Melanie Doran placed second in the 200m hurdles with a time of :31.29 which also broke the middle school girls’ record and is her personal best.  These girls support each other during the meet by cheering each other on.”

Coaches are:  Roger Olhausen and Teresa Green

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