Effingham Daily News, Effingham, IL

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May 4, 2014

Eagles third, Hearts fourth in Newton

NEWTON — Charleston took first at the Eagle Invite with 89 points, in a loaded field where the top four teams were separated by 12 points.

Shelbyville took second place with 83, Newton finished third with 78 and Effingham was one point back in fourth with 77.

Teutopolis finished eighth with 35 points, Altamont was 11th with 17 points and St. Anthony was 12th with 12 points.

Newton started strong, grabbing a win in the 100-meter dash by Luke Stone with a time of 11.56. The team of Brycen Dhom, Kaleb Wittgan, Daniel McCrillis and Keith King won the 4x200 freshman/sophomore relay in 1:41.06, rounding out Newton's wins on the day.

Effingham earned two wins as well, starting with Collin Hecht in the 300-meter hurdles, besting the field with a time of 43.64. Kyle Niebrugge and Marcus Robinson finished one-two for the Flaming Hearts in the high jump, jumping 06-02 and 05-10, respectively,

The Wooden Shoes picked up a win from Kyle Blievernicht in the 400-meter dash with a time of 51.38, while Justin Hunt joined him with a win in the long jump with a distance of 21-04.

Neither Altamont nor St. Anthony won any events on the day. Andrew Sharp had Altamont's best finish, taking second in the 400 behind Blievernicht. Andrew Gardewine was St. Anthony's highest placer, earning second in the 800-meter run with a time of 1:58.56.

Cowden-Herrick also competed but did not place in any events.

RESULTS

1. Charleston 89, 2. Shelbyville 83, 3. Newton 78, 4. Effingham 77, 5. Robinson 63, 6. Mattoon 54, 7. Fairfield 37, 8. Teutopolis 35, 9. Cisne 30, 10. Vandalia 22, 11. Altamont 17, 12. St. Anthony 12, 13. Casey-Westfield 10, 14. Red Hill 7


100-meter dash: 1. L. Stone (N) 11.56, 2. Armstrong (M) 11.65, 3. Land (F) 11.66, 4. Hendryx (SH) 11.80, 5. Borah (F) 11.81, 6. Shadwell (SH) 11.91

200-meter dash: 1. Blagrave (R) 23.27, 2. Freeland (CH) 23.34, 3. Angel (N) 23.76, 4. Turner (CH) 23.92, 5. Land (F) 24.09, 6. Percival (E) 24.31

400-meter dash: 1. K. Blievernicht (T) 51.38, 2. Sharp (A) 51.97, 3. L. Stone (N) 52.40, 4. Tewell (RH) 53.41, 5. Chipman (R) 53.95, 6. Henze (SH) 54.48

800-meter run: 1. Garrett (CH) 1:57.86, 2. Gardewine (SA) 1:58.56, 3. Martin (SH) 1:59.65, 4. Zerrusen (E) 2:00.98, 5. Walker (CH) 2:10.99, 6. Wade (SH) 2:11.44

1600-meter run: 1. Garrett (CH) 4:32.73, 2. Kakac (F) 4:34.71, 3. Tennison (R) 4:38.77, 4. Plummer (SH) 4:43.69, 5. Wilson (SH) 4:45.39, 6. Holmes (RH) 4:48.36

3200-meter run: 1. Skinner (SH) 9:45.02, 2. Kakac (F) 10:00.03, 3. Bell (CH) 10:00.70, 4. Stockdale (SH) 10:10.39, 5. Mejdrich (CH) 10:35.83, 6. Isley (T) 10:51.93

110 hurdles: 1. Matthews (CI) 14.96, 2. Gordon (V) 15.71, 3. Hecht (E) 16.55, 4. McConnell (SH) 16.97, 5. Harper (RH) 17.53, 6. Volk (N) 17.55

300 hurdles: 1. Hecht (E) 43.64, 2. Volk (N) 44.72, 3. Apple (N) 45.44, 4. Jackson (M) 45.59, 5. Sager (SA) 46.22, 6. Copper (CH) 46.37

4x100: 1. Charleston 44.97, 2. Newton 45.07, 3. Mattoon 45.09, 4. Shelbyville 45.12, 5. Effingham 45.61

4x200: 1. Mattoon 1:34.35, 2. Charleston 1:34.81, 3. Shelbyville 1:35.21, 4. Newton 1:37.35, 5. Fairfield 1:38.53

4x400: 1. Shelbyville 3:31.59, 2. Newton 3:33.03, 3. Teutopolis 3:34.76, 4. Effingham 3:42.39, 5. Robinson 3:42.49

4x800: 1. Shelbyville 8:27.91, 2. Robinson 8:37.97, 3. Mattoon 8:43.98, 4. Altamont 8:48.38, 5. Charleston 8:56.39

High jump: 1. Niebrugge (E) 06-02, 2. Robinson (E) 05-10, 3. Barker (CH) 05-08, 4. Coomer (F) 05-06, 4. Mette (T) 05-06, 6. Hughes 05-04

Pole vault: 1. Smith (CW) 15-09, 2. Black (CH) 15-00, 3. Gordon (V) 14-00, 4. Au. McWhorter (T) 13-00, 5. Wortman (SA) 12-06, 6. An. McWhorter (T) 12-06

Long jump: 1. Hunt (T) 21-04, 2. Smith (R) 20-01.5, 3. Peifer (SH) 19-11, 4. Smith (M) 19-09, 5. Bopp (R) 19-07, 6. Barker (CH) 18-09

Triple jump: 1. Barker (CH) 40-11.5, 2. Meyer (V) 38-08, 3. Thomas (F) 37-09, 4. Hays (R) 37-07.5, 5. Nieman (E) 37-07, 6. Workman (N) 37-03

Shot put: 1. Matthews (CI) 48-01.75, 2. Evans (M) 43-05.25, 3. Arndt (E) 42-11.5, 4. Boggs (E) 42-11.25, 5. Richart (R) 42-08.25, 6. Keeler (R) 41-05

Discus: 1. Matthews (CI) 141-10, 2. Wagner (M) 139-06, 3. Boggs (E) 135-02, 4. Arndt (E) 131-06, 5. Riddle (C) 130-06, 6. Seidel (A) 130-03

4x200 F/S: 1. Nweton 1:39.21, 2. Robinson 1:41.06, 3. Effingham 1:41.25, 4. Shelbyville 1:45.49, 5. Altamont 1:48.79

4x400 F/S: 1. Robinson 3:41.31, 2. Newton 3:48.15, 3. Shelbyville 3:50.12, 4. Effingham 3:53.70, 5. Altmaont 3:55.21

Neoga girls win at Cumberland

Neoga took first place at the Pirate Invitational, scoring 131 points and taking first-place in an 11-team field.

They beat out Teutopolis' second-place score of 113. Cumberland had 64 points and finished fourth, St. Anthony took seventh with 35 points, Altamont tied for eighth with 19 points, Brownstown/St. Elmo finished 10th in seven points and Stew-Stras took 11th with two points.

Taylor Rich won the triple jump for Neoga, jumping 33-03.50 to take home the title, and Olivia Ott joined her with a win in the field, jumping 15-09.5 to win the long jump, besting teammate Courntye Croy. Neoga's other individual event win was by Brittany Deters, who won the 100-meter hurdles in 17.28.

The Indians also won the 4x100-meter relay, with Rich, Mallori Harshman, Kellie Kastl and Demmie long running it in 52.52. Neoga aslo won the 4x200 in 1:50.75.

Teutopolis earned three wins on the day, with Rachel Westendorf winning both the pole vault (10-06) and the 300-meter hurdles (50.62), while Anna Hartke won the high jump with a height of 05-02.

Cumberland won one individual event, with Brittany Wallace taking the 400-meter dash in 1:01.96. The Pirates also won the 4x400 relay, with Wallace, Tegan Beard, Shaina Oakley and Logan Peters finishing in 4:21.62. Leah Hutchison swapped in for Oakley in the 4x800 and the Pirates won that event as well, in 10:26.08.

St. Anthony's lone event win was from Anna Sophia Keller, running the 1600-meter in 4:52.68, breaking her own school record by nearly 10 seconds.

Mackenzie Hoene had Altamont's top finish, taking second in the 100-meter hurdles behind Deters in 17.41. Leah Goldstein took third in the 200-meter dash.

Emily Bone earned all seven of B/SE's points, finishing fourth in the 400-meter dash, fifth in the high jump and sixth in the 100-meter dash.

Anna Yakey's fifth-place finish in the long jump earned Stew-Stras its two points.

RESULTS

1. Neoga 131, 2. Teutopolis 113, 3. Marshall 81, 4. Cumberland 64, 5. Vandalia 43, 6. Red Hill 39, 7. St. Anthony 35, 8. Flora 19, 8. Altamont 19, 10. Brownstown/St. Elmo 7, 11. Stew-Stras 2


4x400: 1. Cumberland 4:21.62, 2. Neoga 4:23.02, 3. Teutopolis 4:24.00, 4. Marshall 4:33.00, 5. St. Anthony 4:38.18, 6. Altamont 4:50.00

Pole vault: 1. Westendorf (T) 10-06, 2. Slaughter (SA) 10-00, 3. Meyer (V) 09-06, 4. Bueker (T) 09-06, 5. S. Wortman (SA) 09-00

300 hurdles: 1. Westendorf (T) 50.62, 2. B. Deters (N) 51.08, 3. La. Jansen (T) 52.06, 3. Miller (V) 52.06, 5. Jones (M) 52.65, 6. Powden (RH) 53.75

4x800: 1. Cumberland 10:26.08, 2. Teutopolis 10:46.52, 3. Neoga 11:26.43, 4. Marshall 12:42.90

Triple jump: 1. Rich (N) 33-03.50, 2. Schmidt (T) 32-03, 3. Wendt (SA) 31-07.25, 4. Hartke (T) 30-02.75, 5. Block (F) 30-01.5, 6. Kastl (N) 28-10.5

3200-meter run: 1. Davidson (M) 13:06.02, 2. Gorrell (M) 13.15.46, 3. Peters (C) 13:23.43, 4. Ewing (N) 13:58.71, 5. Gibson (N) 14:00.84, 6. Repking (T) 14:13.50

High jump: 1. Hartke (T) 05-02, 2. Hotze (N) 05-00, 3. Dashiell (M) 04-10, 4. Walton (V) 04-10, 5. Bone (B) 04-10, 6. Davidson (M) 04-08

Shot put: 1. Western (RH) 36-09.5, 2. Hoene (T) 30-04.5, 3. Buening (N) 29-01.5, 4. Alumbaugh (N) 28-05, 5. Willey (T) 28-05), 6. Lieberman (RH) 27-09.5

100 hurdles: 1. B. Deters (N) 17.28, 2. M. Hoene (A) 17.41, 3. Jones (M) 17.57, 4. Miller (V) 17.66, 5. Hill (N) 17.78, 6. Tomasino (M) 18.16

1600-meter run: 1. Keller (SA) 4:52.68, 2. Hutchison (C) 5:52.41, 3. Breer (T) 5:59.00, 4. Davidson (M) 6:03.63, 5. Butler (N) 6:12.80, 6. Gorrell (M) 6:25.96

Discus: 1. Western (RH) 116-01, 2. Buening (N) 90-11, 3. Willey (T) 89-01, 4. Apke (T) 83-04, 5. Weaver (M) 82-06, 6. Lieberman (RH) 78-09

100-meter dash: 1. Henry (M) 13.18, 2. Staley (F) 13.24, 3. Meyer (V) 13.28, 4. L. Goldstein (A) 13.38, 5. Westendorf (T) 13.62, 6. Bone (B) 13.72

Long jump: 1. Ott (N) 15-09.5, 2. Croy (N) 15-01.25, 3. Wendt (SA) 14-11.25, 4. Schmidt (T) 14-03.50, 5. Yakey (SS) 14-01.5, 6. Block (F) 14-01

4x100: 1. Neoga 52.52, 2. Marshall 52.84, 3. Red Hill 53.43, 4. Vandalia 53.84, 5. Teutopolis 55.78, 6. Cumberland 56.28

400-meter dash: 1. Wallace (C) 1:01.96, 2. Weichman (T) 1:02.50, 3. Staley (F) 1:02.77, 4. Bone (B) 1:02.84, 5. Grooms (M) 1:02.88, 6. Beard (C) 1:03.77

200-meter dash: 1. Henry (M) 27.16, 2. Croy (N) 27.22, 3. L. Goldstein (A) 27.44, 4. Meyer (V) 27.53, 5. Block (F) 28.59, 6. Slaughter (SA) 28.79

800-meter run: 1. Paslay (V) 2:31.15, 2. Hutchison (C) 2:34.93, 3. Butler (N) 2:36.90, 4. Peters (C) 2:38.31, 5. Buchanan (RH) 2;38.71, 6. Breer (T) 2:43.47

4x200: 1. Neoga 1:50.75, 2. Red Hill 1:56.96, 3. Cumberland 1:57.24, Teutopolis 2:00.02, 5. Marshall 2:07.52

 

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