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Clabaugh, Moline take lead for Lynx at Kuemper

WCHS boys place third, girls sit in sixth

September 17, 2012
The Daily Freeman Journal

CARROLL - Just 47 seconds separated the scoring five, as the closing of that gap allowed the Webster City boys' cross country team to shoot up the standings on Saturday at Swan Lake State Park.

Jacob Clabaugh took the lead and the Lynx strung together 80 points to place third at the Carroll Kuemper Invitational. Urbandale (57) and Council Bluffs Thomas Jefferson (75) held down the top two spots.

"We had an improved race by narrowing our gaps," WCHS head coach Tony Bussan said.

Clabaugh toured the 5-kilometer course in 18 minutes, 14 seconds to place 11th, and he became the first team member other than Steven Smith to run at the front of the purple and gold pack this season. Smith didn't fall off the pace too far, finishing 13th in 18:21.

Ethan Glenn was 16th in 18:40, and Antrez Conley had the best race of his career; he was 18th in 18:52. Nick Olmstead (22nd, 19:01) closed out the scoring.

The WCHS girls' team slipped into the sixth-place spot out of the 10 teams in attendance with 137 points. Urbandale (33), 14th-ranked (Class 3A) Spencer (58), 10th-ranked (3A) Harlan (59), Atlantic (124) and Council Bluffs Abe Lincoln (128) filled the top five.

Fact Box

BOYS RESULTS

Varsity Team Standings

1. Urbandale 57; 2. Council Bluffs Thomas Jefferson 75; 3. Webster City 80; 4. Spencer 109; 5. Harlan 113; 6. Carroll Kuemper 137; 7. Council Bluffs Abe Lincoln 167; 8. Sioux City North 213; 9. Denison-Schleswig 227; 10. Atlantic 234.

Webster City Varsity Results

11. Jacob Clabaugh 18:14; 13. Steven Smith 18:21; 16. Ethan Glenn 18:40; 22. Nick Olmstead 19:01; 28. Seth Crouthamel 19:11; 30. Demar Lemus 19:15.

Junior Varsity Team Standings

1. Urbandale 29; 2. Webster City 37; 3. North Polk 69; 4. Council Bluffs Thomas Jefferson 123; 5. Harlan 156; 6. Carroll Kuemper 199; 7. South Central Calhoun 199; 8. Atlantic 224; 9. Sioux City North 229; 10. OABCIG 274.

Webster City JV Results

2. Kenton Johnson 18:53; 3. Ryan Heinrichs 19:04; 7. Brandon Arkland 19:22; 8. Eric Coleman 19:32; 17. Jason McVicker 20:07; 19. Jacob Perin 20:18; 21. Cole Zahn 20:30; 22. Brody Foster 20:31; 24. Adam McMurray 20:32; 28. Sam Bowman 20:48; 36. Connor Foster 21:07; 43. Riley Beightol 21:19; 48. Jon Tasler 21:31; 59. Christian Lemus 21:47; 61. Christopher Turpen 21:51; 92. Jake Hayes 23:30; 123. Colin Heinrichs 25:55; 133. Joel Hanus 27:07; 137. Brian Johnston 27:57; 142. David McMurray 38:18.

GIRLS RESULTS

Varsity Team Standings

1. Urbandale 33; 2. Spencer 58; 3. Harlan 59; 4. Atlantic 124; 5. Council Bluffs Abe Lincoln 128; 6. Webster City 137; 7. Council Bluffs Thomas Jefferson 168; 8. Denison-Schleswig 241; 9. Sioux City North 243; 10. Carroll Kuemper 246.

Webster City Varsity Results

14. Morgan Moline 17:21; 27. Allie Flaws 18:19; 30. Cassidy Bultena 18:22; 31. Courtney Biere 18:22; 35. Gina Moline 18:38; 38. Brenna Paukert 18:55; 47. Faith McClain 19:24.

Junior Varsity Team Standings

1. Urbandale 15; 2. Webster City 71; 3. Griswold 99; 4. Council Bluffs Abe Lincoln 121; 5. Harlan 121; 6. North Polk 124; 7. Council Bluffs Thomas Jefferson 177.

Webster City JV Results

8. Morgan Shannon 18:57; 11. Sarah Paukert 19:19; 18. Ashley Flaws 19:47; 19. Taylor McIntire 19:55; 25. Brittney Dodge 20:30; 26. Megan Hughes 20:31; 27. Rachel Hoffman 20:37; 33. Erica Just 20:54; 41. Ashley Meyers 22:01; 42. Solweig Milliere 22:07; 43. Julia Bernard 22:08; 49. Victoria Johnson 22:32; 61. Kelsey Bahrenfuss 23:44; 70. Abbie Thomason 27:18.

Lynx senior Morgan Moline had one of her better races this season and it enabled her to crack the top 10 and earn a medal. She completed the 4K course in 18:57 to finish eighth.

Freshmen Allie Flaws (18:19), Cassidy Bultena (18:22) and Courtney Biere (18:22) stuck on one another's shoelaces and placed 27th, 30th and 31st, respectively. Gina Moline (18:38) kept her teammates in sight throughout and raced home in 35th.

"Morgan had one of her better races ... and Allie Flaws (had) a breakthrough race as our No. 2," Bussan said.

 
 

 

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