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Flaws sprinting royalty, Lynx 2th at NCC

May 7, 2013
The Daily Freeman Journal

EAGLE GROVE - She's just a freshman, but she's now officially the face of the Webster City girls' track team.

Have fun dealing with her for the next three years, North Central Conference.

Rookie sprinting star Allie Flaws continued her unbeaten season individually last night and in doing so helped the Lynx vault all the way up to second in the team standings at the conference meet.

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DFJ photo by Tracy Runneberg
WCHS freshman Allie Flaws (left) takes the curve and starts to pull away on her way to gold in the 200-meter dash at last night’s girls’ NCC meet in Eagle Grove.

Flaws won the 100- and 200- meter dashes and helped add points in two more relays. WCHS piled up 106 points and nipped Humboldt (106) by the slimmest of margins with a sixth-place finish in the 4x400 relay at the conclusion of the meet.

"We're kind of thrilled right now," WCHS co-head coach Kristy Manson said afterwards. "We thought we had a shot at the top three ... we had some things that went better than we thought and we had some other things that didn't go as well as planned, but this is just a fun group of girls to work with."

Flaws blazed to wins in 12.71 and 26.49 seconds in the 100 and 200. Teammate Kisston Thomas finished third in the 100 (13.16) and fourth in the 200 (27.33).

Fact Box

NCC MEET

At Eagle Grove

Monday

Team Standings

1. Algona 156; 2. Webster City 106; 3. Humboldt 106; 4. Eagle Grove 74; 5. Iowa Falls-Alden 73; 6. Algona Bishop Garrigan 64; 7. Clarion-Goldfield 56; 8. (tie) Fort Dodge St. Edmond and Hampton-Dumont 38; 10. Clear Lake 29.

Webster City Place Winners

100 Meters - 1. Allie Flaws 12.71; 3. Kisston Thomas 13.16.

200 Meters - 1. Al. Flaws 26.49; 4. Thomas 27.33.

800 Meters - 6. Morgan Shannon 2:37.19.

3,000 Meters - 5. Morgan Moline 12:15.41.

100 Hurdles - 2. Kaylee Schnathorst 16.23; 5. Hannah Myers 16.88.

4x100 Relay - 6. Webster City 55.20 (Kenzie Garvey, Carrie Gerdes, Al. Flaws, Thomas).

4x200 Relay - 4. Webster City 1:55.50 (Chelsey Wagoner, Gerdes, Al. Flaws, Thomas).

4x400 Relay - 6. Webster City 4:32.67 (Courtney Biere, Cassidy Bultena, Faith McClain, Gabbi Hoversten).

4x800 Relay - 6. Webster City 11:23.38 (Biere, Bultena, Ashley Flaws, Hoversten).

Sprint Medley Relay - 5. Webster City 2:05.91 (Myers, Harleigh McKee, Kenady Highland, Ash. Flaws).

Shuttle Hurdle Relay - 3. Webster City 1:12.63 (Schnathorst, Wagoner, Garvey, Myers).

High Jump - T-5. Myers 4-8.

Long Jump - 2. Gerdes 14-9.

Shot Put - 2. Schnathorst 35-3.25.

Discus - 2. Schnathorst 101-9.

"Flaws and Thomas just did awesome," Manson said. "They were responsible for a lot of points."

Junior Kaylee Schnathorst didn't let the rookies have all the fun. Her always-on intensity translated into three silver medals in the shot put (35 feet, 3.25 inches), discus (101-9) and 100 meter hurdles (16.23).

"Kaylee taking second in three events was huge," Manson said.

Schnathorst also led-off the Lynx third-place shuttle hurdle relay (1:12.63). Chelsey Wagoner, Kenzie Garvey and Hannah Myers followed on the final three legs.

Defending Class 3A state long jump runner-up Carrie Gerdes wasn't on her game, but a leap of 14-9 still earned her second place.

WCHS earned 17 top-six finishes.

Up next for the Lynx is Thursday's 3A State Qualifying Meet at Nevada. Field events will begin at 4 p.m.

 
 

 

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