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Gerdes, Schnathorst gold medalists for Lynx at Cadet Relays

WCHS again scores well in field events, places 3rd

May 1, 2012
The Daily Freeman Journal

IOWA FALLS - The Webster City girls' track team continued to feast on the field events and then look for points where it could on the track during last night's Cadet Relays.

Six of the Lynx 15 top-three results occurred before the meet went to the track, and the high jump, long jump, shot put and discus provided a hefty portion of their 137 points en route to a third-place finish in the field of four North Central Conference teams.

"The field events were once again our strength," WCHS co-head coach Kristy Manson said.

Iowa Falls-Alden won its own meet with 157 points. Eagle Grove was second with 139, and Fort Dodge St. Edmond sat in the back with 131.

Sophomore Kaylee Schnathorst picked up her first gold medal of the season with a winning throw of 104 feet, 2 inches in the discus. She was also second in the shot put (34-4).

Freshman Carrie Gerdes provided the only other first-place result; she continued to have a strong season in the long jump with a meet-best leap of 15-4.

Fact Box

Cadet Relays

At Iowa Falls

Monday

Team Standings

1. Iowa Falls-Alden 157; 2. Eagle Grove 139; 3. Webster City 137; 4. Fort Dodge St. Edmond 131.

Webster City Results

High Jump - 2. Morgan Gourley 4-8; 5. Nicole Heinrichs 4-4.

Long Jump - 1. Carrie Gerdes 15-4; Kylie Crane 10-10.

Shot Put - 2. Kaylee Schnathorst 34-4; 3. Katie Holdgrafer 33-8.

Discus - 1. Schnathorst 104-2; 2. Holdgrafer 85-4.

3,000 Meters - 3. Morgan Moline 12:45.15.

4x800 Relay - 2. Webster City 10:50.69 (Morgan Shannon, Kenady Highland, Megan Hughes, Kaitlyn Kehoe).

Shuttle Hurdle Relay - 2. Webster City 1:15.15 (Schnathorst, Hannah Myers, Heinrichs, Lissa Villa).

100 Meters - 3. Gerdes 13.83; Tiffany Constable 15.62.

Distance Medley Relay - 4. Webster City 5:23.28 (Crane, Kelsey Flockhart, Abbey Fuhs, Gina Moline).

400 Meters - 4. Gourley 1:04.58; 6. Faith McClain 1:06.72.

4x200 Relay - 3. Webster City 2:05.90 (Constable, Hannah Harfst, Highland, Kehoe).

100 Hurdles - 3. Schnathorst 17.81; 5. Myers 18.84.

800 Meters - 4. Shannon 2:43.45; Fuhs 2:54.83.

200 Meters - 2. Gourley 28.84; Gerdes 31.63.

400 Hurdles - 6. Heinrichs 1:19.79; Villa 1:25.02.

Sprint Medley Relay - 3. Webster City 2:12.50 (Harfst, McClain, G. Moline, Hughes).

1,500 Meters - 6. M. Moline 5:45.79; Highland 5:56.39.

4x100 Relay - 3. Webster City 57.35 (Fuhs, Myers, Harfst, Gerdes).

4x400 Relay - 2. Webster City 4:21.18 (McClain, Heinrichs, Kehoe, Gourley).

Sophomore Morgan Gourley was second in the high jump (4-8), while senior Katie Holdgrafer took runner-up honors behind her teammate in the discus (85-4) to go along with a bronze in the shot put (33-8).

The youth movement of Gerdes, Schnathorst and Gourley combined to win seven individual medals. Gourley captured the silver in the 200-meter dash (28.84 seconds); Gerdes (100, 13.83) and Schnathorst (100 hurdles, 17.81) were both bronze medalists on the track.

Morgan Moline added a third-place finish in the 3,000 (12:45.15).

The Lynx 4x800 (10:50.69) and 4x400 (4:21.18) relays turned in season's best times and both placed second. Morgan Shannon, Kenady Highland, Megan Hughes and Kaitlyn Kehoe teamed up for the 4x800; Gourley and Kehoe were joined by Faith McClain and Nicole Heinrichs on the 4x400.

WCHS will return to duty on Thursday at the Eagle Relays in Eagle Grove, beginning at 5 p.m. It will be the team's final tune-up for the conference meet, which is on the schedule for next Monday in Clarion at 5 p.m.

 
 

 

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