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Dual district titles for Aquinas

Aquinas used two different methods to take the District C-5 titles at Central City on Thursday, May 11.

The Aquinas girls team used seven first-place finishes to hold off Malcolm 147-125. The boys didn’t win any gold medals but still racked up 95 points to beat Central City’s 76.

Clare Fiala and Becky Roh went undefeated, each winning two individual races and helping in two relays apiece.

Roh was the district champion in the 200 and 400. Roh ran the half lap in 26.52, beating Malcolm’s Bailey Virus by three-tenths. Teammate Dulcie Archuleta placed fifth with a time of 28.38.

In the 400, Roh finished in 1:00.65, winning by nearly a second. Isabella Hilger placed third for the Monarchs at 1:02.59.

Fiala was the champion in 1600 and 3200. She had a time of 5:49.55, beating Nebraska Christian’s Olivia Prettyman by five seconds. Allie Frasher finished third for the Monarchs at 5:56.73 followed by Lizzie DeWispelare, just over six minutes.

Fiala won the 3200 by nine seconds with a time of 12:23.6. Frasher placed third again, running a 12:33.57 and DeWispelare finished sixth at 13:05.68.

The Aquinas girls dominated the relay events.

Roh, Archuleta, Sierra Meysenburg and Larissa Sellers took gold in the 400 relay. The squad ran a 51.55, beating Malcolm’s time of 52.2.

Roh, Hilger and Clare and Mary Fiala raced in the 1600 relay. The Monarchs recorded a 4:19, beating Malcolm by seven seconds.

Aquinas girls coach Tony Smith said the 3200 relay team was on the bubble to qualify for state. Instead, the girls ran their best race of the season to take gold.

Jadyn Siroky took a lead on the first lap and Aquinas never gave it up. Frasher, Clare Fiala and Mary Fiala ran the final legs, clocking a 10:18.7. Malcolm was second at 10:29 followed by Nebraska Christian at 11:29.

Three girls were unable to become district champs in their events but they took second place to qualify for the state championships. Sellers qualified in the 100, Siroky in the 800 and Kloe Ruth in the discus.

Sellers was two-tenths behind Malcolm’s Adrianna Sims in the 100. Sellers ran a 12.92, beating Virsus by three-tenths to punch her ticket to Omaha. Sellers almost qualified in the 100 hurdles, missing the cut by just over a tenth of a second.

In the 800, Siroky had to hold off teammate Mary Fiala on the last stretch. Siroky ran a 2:37.67 with Fiala clocking a 2:37.8. Prettyman won at 2:33. 

Ruth earned a trip to Omaha in the discus. Ruth threw the discus 119-1, and teammate Isabel Coufal placed fifth at 108-3 1/2. Malcolm’s MacKenna Witte won the event at 121 feet. Ruth missed state in the shot put by 9 1/4 inches.

A handful of fifth-place finishes continued to push Aquinas out front in the team scoring.

Macy Thege placed fifth in the triple jump. Thege jumped 32-3 1/2, four feet out of first place. Madison Kozisek placed sixth at 32-1.

Kosizek took fifth in the 300 hurdles with a time of 51.27. She finished three-tenths behind David City’s Rebecca Meusch.

In the pole vault, Gabrielle Oborny cleared 9-2 but lost a tiebreaker with Nebraska Christian’s Carsyn Ostrand. The top three vaulters cleared 9-6.

The Monarch boys didn’t get any champions but had five state qualifiers: Andy Lyons, Eli Frasher, Branden Daro, Sam Sisco and Trevor Siroky. This was the 10th district championship for the Aquinas boys in 16 years.

Lyons finished second in the 200 dash, sixth-hundredths behind Nebraska Christian’s Andrew Winsterman. Lyons ran a 22.66. Miles Eggleston placed fifth with a 23.51.

Eli Frasher finished second in the 3200 run. The Monarch finished with a time of 10:20.5. Centennial’s Jackson Hirschfeld won by three seconds. Nolan Hartman placed fourth at 10:46 and Braden Smith was sixth, one second behind Hartman.

Frasher also placed sixth in the 1600 with a time of 5:06.29.

Daro punched his ticket to Omaha in the 300 hurdles. The Monarch finished second with time of 42.5, edging Centennial’s Reese Foreman by one-tenth. Gavin Rech crossed the line in 44.28 for fifth.

Sisco and Siroky each qualified in a field event.

Sisco missed out on a district championship in the pole vault. The Monarch cleared 13-6 but passed at 13-10, hoping Central City’s Cole McReynolds would miss. McReynolds cleared 13-10 and both missed 14-2, giving the title to McReynolds. Matthew Duke finished fifth with a height of 12 feet.

Siroky jumped 40-3 1/4 in the triple jump, finishing two feet behind Shelby-Rising City’s Mason Schleis. The Husky won with a time of 42-2 1/2. Aquinas’ Eli Reiter took fifth with a jump of 39-1.

Siroky, Rech, Daro and Travis Roh placed second in the 1600 relay with a time of 3:37.28. The Monarch team missed the cut by four seconds, losing to Shelby-Rising City.

Aquinas coach Ron Mimick said it was a great performance by the athletes. “Six young men medaled who were not in the top six going in, 18 boys gained individual medals, 21 medaled overall and 12 season bests for kids.”

Roh had the lone bronze medal for Aquinas. The Monarch recorded a time of 53.58 in the 400, one second behind Winsterman.

The Monarchs had two medalists in the high jump, long jump and shot put.

Kyle Ruth hit a mark of 48-9 1/2 in the shot put for fourth place. The top three finishers all broke 50 feet. Nathan Uhrmacher placed fifth for the Monarchs, 8 1/2 inches behind Ruth.

Matt Nadrchal took fourth with Rech finishing sixth in the long jump. Nadrchal jumped 20-1 3/4, a quarter of an inch behind Central City’s Michael Murry. The two qualifiers each hit a jump of 21-2.

Rech also placed sixth in the 110 hurdles with a time of 16.92.

Tyler Vavrina had a strong showing in the high jump but came up one inch short of tying for second. Vavrina cleared 5-11 with Centennial’s Bryson Jirovsky clearing 6 feet. Hartman took sixth clearing 5-6.

Daniel Reiter rounded out Aquinas with a fourth-place time in the 800. Reiter clocked a 2:12.62, one second behind David City’s Luis Salazar in third and four seconds out of qualifying range.

District C-5

Thursday, May 11 in Central City

Boys

Team Results: 1. Aquinas 95, 2. Central City 76, 3. Shelby-Rising City 72, 4. Cross County 69, 5. Centennial 67, 6. Malcolm 66, 7. Nebraska Christian 55, 8. David City 27.

Girls

Team Results: 1. Aquinas 147, 2. Malcolm 125, 3. Nebraska Christian 80, 4. Centennial 57, 5. Central City 44, 6. Cross County 29, 6. David City 29, 8. Shelby-Rising City 16.

Individuals:

Boys

Long Jump: 2. Coffin, Shelby-Rising City, 21-2, 4. Nadrchal, Aquinas, 20-1.75, 6. Rech, Aquinas, 19-3, 10. Lindsley, Shelby-Rising City, 18-2.75.

Triple Jump: 1. Schleis, Shelby-Rising Cit, 42-2.5, 2. Siroky, Aquinas, 40-3.25, 5. E. Reiter, Aquinas, 39-1, 6. Ossian, David City, 39-0, 9. Pinneo, Shelby-Rising City, 37-6.5, 11. Kozisek, Aquinas, 35-10.

High Jump: 3. Vavrina, Aquinas, 5-11, 4. Hoatson, Shelby-Rising City, 5-8, 6. Hartman, Aquinas, 5-7.

Pole Vault: 2. Sisco, Aquinas, 13-6, 4. Schleis, Shelby-Rising City, 12-6, 5. Duke, Aquinas, 12-0, 9. Schultz, Shelby-Rising City, 10-6, 12. Kindler, Aquinas, 10-0.

Shot Put: 4. Ruth, Aquinas, 48-9.5, 5. Uhrmacher, Aquinas, 48-1, 9. N. Vavricek, Shelby-Rising City41-7, 12. Vandenberg, David City, 38-7.5.

Discus: 5. Vandenberg, David City, 126-9, 6. Worm, David City, 121-2, 9. Svoboda, Aquinas, 116-10, 11. Smith, Shelby-Rising City, 115-1.

100: 2. Schoenrock, Shelby-Rising City, 11.28, 6. Schultz, Shelby-Rising City, 11.51, 7. Lyons, Aquinas, 11.57, 8. Coffin, Shelby-Rising City, 11.67.

110 Hurdles: 2. H. Vavricek, Shelby-Rising City, 15.79, 6. Rech, Aquinas, 16.92, 7. Pandorf, Aquinas, 16.92, 8. Whitmore, Shelby-Rising City, 17.05.

200: 2. Lyons, Aquinas, 22.66, 3. Coffin, Shelby-Rising City, 23.34, 5. Eggleston, Aquinas, 23.51, 8. Smith, Shelby-Rising City, 23.92.

300 Hurdles: 2. Daro, Aquinas, 42.5, 5. Rech, Aquinas, 44.28, 8. Lindsley, Shelby-Rising City, 45.37, 9. Pandorf, Aquinas, 45.49, 11. Whitmore, Shelby-Rising City, 46.76.

400: 3. Roh, Aquinas, 53.58, 5. Schleis, Shelby-Rising City, 56.97, 6. Hoatson, Shelby-Rising City, 57.19, 9. Lindsley, Shelby-Rising City, 58.04, 11. Junck, Aquinas, 59.13.

800: 1. Kirby, David City, 2:07.44, 3. Salazar, David City, 2:11.5, 4. D. Reiter, Aquinas, 2:12.62, 11. Schawang, Aquinas, 2:25.28.

1600: 6. Frasher, Aquinas, 5:06.29, 7. Hartman, Aquinas, 5:07.76, 10. Smith, Aquinas, 5:09.4, 11. Pinneo, Shelby-Rising City, 5:09.53.

3200: 2. Frasher, Aquinas, 10:20.5, 4. Hartman, Aquinas, 10:46.64, 6. Smith, Aquinas, 10:47.82, 11. Rathman, Shelby-Rising City, 12:05.02.

400 relay: 1. Shelby-Rising City 44.88, 7. David City 53.5.

1600 relay: 1. Shelby-Rising City 3:33.01, 2. Aquinas, 3:37.28, 6. David City 3:52.75.

3200 relay: 3. David City 8:52.58, 4. Aquinas 8:52.63, 7. Shelby-Rising City 9:38.12.

Girls

Long Jump: 1. Svoboda, David City, 17-2.25, 7. Pelan, Aquinas, 15-5.25, 12. Thege, Aquinas, 14-9.

Triple Jump: 1. Couch, David City, 36-6.25, 5. Thege, Aquinas, 32-3.5, 6. Kozisek, Aquinas, 32-1, 7. Belt, Shelby-Rising City, 31-10.25, 12. Steager, Aquinas, 27-10.

High Jump: 7. Cech, Aquinas, 4-8, 9. Harrison, Shelby-Rising City 4-6, 12. Nekl, Shelby-Rising City 4-6.

Pole Vault: 5. Oborny, Aquinas, 9-2, 7. M. Fiala, Aquinas, 8-6, 11. Sisco, Aquinas, 7-6.

Shot Put: 2. Adams, Shelby-Rising City, 37-0.5, 3. Ruth, Aquinas, 36-3.25, 10. Stouffer, Aquinas, 32-1.25, 11. Coufal, Aquinas, 31-9.5.

Discus: 2. Ruth, Aquinas, 119-1, 5. Coufal, Aquinas, 108-3.5, 8. Adams, Shelby-Rising City, 93-1.5, 11. Carreto, David City, 90-0.

100: 2. Sellers, Aquinas, 12.92, 6. Couch, David City, 13.46, 7. Neujahr, Shelby-Rising City, 13.51, 8. Meysenburg, Aquinas, 13.69.

100 Hurdles: 3. Sellers, Aquinas, 16.22, 6. Svoboda, David City, 17.24.

200: 1. Roh, Aquinas, 26.52, 4. Neujahr, Shelby-Rising City, 27.74, 5. Archuleta, Aquinas, 28.38, 8. Beringer, Aquinas, 28.75.

300 Hurdles: 4. Meusch, David City, 51.27, 5. Kozisek, Aquinas, 51.6, 7. Kobza, Aquinas, 52.69.

400: 1. Roh, Aquinas, 1:00.65, 3. Hilger, Aquinas, 1:02.59, 6. Nekl, Shelby-Rising City, 1:05.24.

800: 2. Siroky, Aquinas, 2:37.67, 3. M. Fiala, Aquinas, 2:37.8, 7. Burwell, Aquinas, 2:46.31.

1600: 1. C. Fiala, Aquinas, 5:49.55, 3. Frasher, Aquinas, 5:56.73, 4. DeWispelare, Aquinas, 6:06.08.

3200: C. Fiala, Aquinas, 12:23.6, 3. Frasher, Aquinas, 12:33.57, 5. DeWispelare, Aquinas, 13:05.68.

400 relay: 1. Aquinas 51.55, 5. David City 54.61, 7. Shelby-Rising City 56.17.

1600 relay: 1. Aquinas 4:19.02, 6. Shelby-Rising city 4:40.72.

3200 relay: 1. Aquinas 10:18.7, 5. Shelby-Rising City 11:54.2, 6. David City 12:08.3.


Sports
Tigers qualify in nine events

Seven Tigers won gold medals at the District D-2 track meet on Wednesday , May 10 in Osceola. Three boys and four girls earned gold medals and nine qualified for the State Championships.

The East Butler boys scored 77 points with three champions, two second-place finishes and a handful of fourth and fifth-place finishes. The Tigers placed fourth, three points behind Osceola. Nebraska Lutheran won with 113.

East Butler’s girls scored 46 points for seventh. St. Francis won the meet with 101 and Clarkson-Leigh was second with 906.

Jarod Aerts and Cristian Hofpar each qualified for State in two events.

Aerts finished the eight-lap race in 11:11.31, holding off St. Francis’ Quinn Olmer by five seconds.

Hofpar took the top prize in the mile with a time of 5:01.3. Josh Quinn of Mead placed second, one-second behind the Tiger. Aerts placed third with a time of 5:05.34.

Aerts, Hofpar, Taylor Martin and Ryley Spatz were unable to win the 3200 relay but their time qualified them for State. The Tigers ran an 8:49.45, losing to St. Francis by seven seconds. East Butler had the fourth fastest non-qualifying time in Class D and were named additional state qualifiers.

Brandon Rezac punched his ticket to Omaha with his effort in the discus. Rezac threw 149-4, beating Nebraska Lutheran’s Benjamin Riegsecker by 21 feet. Trevor Havlovic placed fifth for the Tigers at 105-5.

Martin will run a solo 800 as well as the relay in Omaha after placing second behind Kjell Tietjen of Mead. Martin ran a 2:06.23, one second behind Tietjen and one second ahead of Nebraska Lutheran’s Stephen Rundgren.

Jacob Janak finished fourth in the shot put for the Tigers with a throw of 42-2 1/2. The Tiger was nearly five feet behind Cedar Bluffs’ Trey Tenopir.

Havlovic had a pair of fourth-place finishes in the 110 hurdles and the triple jump. He had a time of 16.51 in the hurdles, just four-hundredths from qualifying. The Tiger also jumped 40 feet even, two feet out of first.

Carter Stara, Matthew Janak, Austin Pierce and Wilson Wright grabbed fifth place with a time of 49.21 in the 400 relay. The Tigers were six-hundredths out of fourth and four seconds behind District Champions Nebraska Lutheran.

Hofpar and Jayden Rhynalds tied in the high jump. They each cleared 5-4 to tie for fifth. The winning height was 6 feet.

Havlovic, Martin, Hofpar and Rhynalds placed sixth in the 1600 relay. The Tiger pack ran a 3:56.42, losing to Osceola by a second. Clarkson-Leigh won with a time of 3:40.

Stara finished his day with a sixth-place finish in the 200. Stara ran a 25.42, two seconds out of first.

The East Butler girls track team had had three District Champions on Wednesday.

Tears, smiles and joyous emotions were felt by the East Butler 3200 relay team. The joy was obvious as Amanda Aerts crossed the finish line in first place with a huge smile on her face.

East Butler took an early lead in the race thanks in part to Hallie Zitek and Courtney Spatz in the first two legs. Sophia Bergman held the Tigers in first when she handed off to Aerts in the anchor spot. Aerts had to keep pushing with Nebraska Lutheran’s Brooke Malchow right behind her. The Tigers clocked a 10:26.71, beating Nebraska Lutheran by five seconds.

Aerts and Zitek also qualified as individuals. Aerts will run in the 1600 and 3200, Zitek runs in the 800.

Aerts monstered both the mile and two-mile, winning by 16 and 18 seconds, respectively. The Tiger had a time of 5:52.44 in the 1600, beating Abby Anderson of Parkview Christian at 6:08.

In the 3200, Aerts ran a 12:48, beating Nebraska Lutheran’s Kennedy Scheele at 13:06. Abbie Christensen placed sixth at 14:29.

Zitek missed out on being a district champion in the 800 by just one-tenth. She finished second to qualify for state with a time of 2:33.85. Malchow won at 2:33.71.

Macie Rousselle had a fourth-place finish in the shot put, throwing 32-1 1/2. The Tiger was 8 1/2 inches out of third place.

Zitek, Bergman, Aerts and Olivia Bohac handled the baton in the 1600 relay. The Tiger team placed fifth with a time of 4:47.8, six seconds behind Clarkson-Leigh in fourth. St. Francis won the relay at 4:24.

Anna Rigatuso, Catherine Benes, Madison Helman and Abby Pierce finished sixth in the 400 relay. East Butler recorded a 1:00.28, eight seconds out of first place.

District D-2

Wednesday, May 10 in Osceola

Boys

Team Results: 1. Nebraska Lutheran 113, 2. St. Francis 100, 3. Osceola 80, 4. East Butler 77, 5. Parkview Christian 57, 6. Clarkson-Leigh 47, 7. Mead 47, 8. Cedar Bluffs 20, 9. Scribner-Snyder 2.

Girls

Team Results: 1. St. Francis 101, 2. Clarkson-Leigh 96, 3. Nebraska Lutheran 68, 4. Osceola 66, 5. Scribner-Snyder 61, 6. Cedar Bluffs 55, 7. East Butler 46, 8. Parkview Christian 23, 9. Mead 7.

Individuals:

Boys

Triple Jump: 4. Havlovic, East Butler, 40-0.

High Jump: 5. Rhynalds, East Butler, 5-4, 5. Hofpar, East Butler, 5-4.

Shot Put: 4. Janak, East Butler, 42-2.5.

Discus: 1. Rezac, East Butler, 149-4, 5. Havlovic, East Butler, 105-5, 9. Makovicka, East Butler, 95-9.

100: Stara, East Butler, 12.46.

100 Hurdles: 4. Havlovic, East Butler, 16.51.

200: 6. Stara, East Butler, 25.42.

300 Hurdles: 8. Wright, East Butler, 49.35.

400: 13. Rhynalds, East Butler, 1:02.3.

800: 2. Martin, East Butler, 2:06.23, 9. Spatz, East Butler, 2:17.1.

1600: 1. Hofpar, East Butler, 5:01.3, 3. Aerts, East Butler, 5:05.34.

3200: 1. Aerts, East Butler, 11:11.31, 8. Sousek, East Butler, 12:16.12.

400 relay: 5. East Butler 49.21.

1600 relay: 6. East Butler 3:56.42.

3200 relay: 2. East Butler 8:49.45

Girls

Long Jump: 10. Rigatuso, East Butler, 13-9.

Triple Jump: 13. Helman, East Butler, 25-7.

Shot Put: 4. Rousselle, East Butler, 32-1.5, 13. Krenk, East Butler, 25-2.

Discus: 7. Barta, East Butler, 79-7.5, 12. Matulka, East Butler, 68-10.

110 Hurdles: 8. Benes, East Butler, 20.78.

300 Hurdles: 10. Angelyna, East Butler, 58.97; 13. Christensen, East Butler, 1:03.72.

400: 11. Pierce, East Butler, 1:12.74.

800: 2. Zitek, East Butler, 2:33.85; 7. Bohac, East Butler, 2:48.33.

1600: 1. Aerts, East Butler, 5:52.44; 7. C. Spatz, East Butler, 6:23.65.

3200: 1. Aerts, East Butler, 12:48; 6. Christensen, East Butler, 14:29; 9. M. Spatz, East Butler, 15:44.

400 relay: 6. East Butler 1:00.28.

1600 relay: 5. East Butler 4:47.8.

3200 relay: 1. East Butler 10:26.71.


Sports
Three Scouts heading to Omaha

The competition at the District C-5 track meet was fierce, but David City held its own.

David City didn’t score many points, but the Scouts made it count when they did. Three individuals will represent David City at the State Championships after qualifying on Thursday, May 11 in Central City.

David City’s girls team tied with Cross County for fourth place at 29 points.Aquinas won the meet with 147.

The David City boys placed eighth with 27. The Monarchs also won the boys meet with 95.

Ross Kirby, Macy Svoboda and Olivia Couch earned the District Champion crown and will run at Omaha Burke on May 18-20.

Couch has been a state contender in the triple jump all season, despite a three week scare when she went out with a sprained ankle. But she pulled out all the stops with a jump of 36-5 1/4 to win the event. Centennial’s Lilly Cast finished second at 35-3. Adrianna Sims of Malcolm also qualified for state, breaking the automatic qualifying mark of 34-5.

Svoboda had an outside chance of making it to state in the long jump, but Cast and Central City’s Gabrielle Moser were the favorites.

Coach Brian Hermelbracht said he let Svoboda rest all week leading up to Districts, allowing her shins and other minor injuries to heal.

“I told her you can’t get any more in shape, so let’s get healthy. It’s amazing what you can do when your legs feel good,” he said.

Svoboda started off with a personal best 15-6 and then improved by five inches. On the final jump, she hit a mark of 17-2 1/4, beating Moser by five inches.

Rebecca Meusch had a fourth place finish for David City in the 300 hurdles. The Scout had a time of 51.27, four seconds off Moser in first. Meusch edged Aquinas’ Madison Kozisek by four-tenths.

Meusch, Svoboda, Couch and Morgan Eickmeier teamed up for fifth-place in the 400 relay. The Scouts recorded a 54.61, three seconds behind the District Champion Aquinas team.

Eickmeier, Allison Daro, Olivia Bell and Kirsten Bell finished sixth in the 3200 relay with a time of 12:08.3. The Scouts beat Central City by 14 seconds.

Couch and Svoboda each earned a sixth-place finish. Couch finished the 100 dash in 13.46. Svoboda ran the 100 hurdles in 17.24.

The David City boys advanced one runner to State.

Ross Kirby took the top spot in the 800 run by more than a second. Kirby crossed the line in 2:07.44, beating Cross County’s Aaron Tidyman at 2:08.7. Luis Salazar finished third at 2:11.5 for David City.

David City’s next best chance for a state qualifier was the 3200 relay team. The Scouts finished third with Kirby, Salazar, Hunter Behrns and Carter Ossian running an 8:52.58. David City beat Aquinas by five-hundredths of a second. Malcolm and Nebraska Christian both finished in the 8:30s.

Colin Vandenberg and Ryan Worm scored in the discus. Vandenberg took fifth with a throw of 126-9. Worm was sixth at 121-2.

Ossian placed sixth in the triple jump, leaping 39 feet. He was three feet from qualifying.

Kirby, Salazar, Behrns and Josh Siebert had a time of 3:52.75 in the 1600 relay. The Scouts finished sixth.

District C-5

Thursday, May 11 in Central City

Boys

Team Results: 1. Aquinas 95, 2. Central City 76, 3. Shelby-Rising City 72, 4. Cross County 69, 5. Centennial 67, 6. Malcolm 66, 7. Nebraska Christian 55, 8. David City 27.

Girls

Team Results: 1. Aquinas 147, 2. Malcolm 125, 3. Nebraska Christian 80, 4. Centennial 57, 5. Central City 44, 6. Cross County 29, 6. David City 29, 8. Shelby-Rising City 16.

Individuals:

Boys

Long Jump: 2. Coffin, Shelby-Rising City, 21-2, 4. Nadrchal, Aquinas, 20-1.75, 6. Rech, Aquinas, 19-3, 10. Lindsley, Shelby-Rising City, 18-2.75.

Triple Jump: 1. Schleis, Shelby-Rising Cit, 42-2.5, 2. Siroky, Aquinas, 40-3.25, 5. E. Reiter, Aquinas, 39-1, 6. Ossian, David City, 39-0, 9. Pinneo, Shelby-Rising City, 37-6.5, 11. Kozisek, Aquinas, 35-10.

High Jump: 3. Vavrina, Aquinas, 5-11, 4. Hoatson, Shelby-Rising City, 5-8, 6. Hartman, Aquinas, 5-7.

Pole Vault: 2. Sisco, Aquinas, 13-6, 4. Schleis, Shelby-Rising City, 12-6, 5. Duke, Aquinas, 12-0, 9. Schultz, Shelby-Rising City, 10-6, 12. Kindler, Aquinas, 10-0.

Shot Put: 4. Ruth, Aquinas, 48-9.5, 5. Uhrmacher, Aquinas, 48-1, 9. N. Vavricek, Shelby-Rising City41-7, 12. Vandenberg, David City, 38-7.5.

Discus: 5. Vandenberg, David City, 126-9, 6. Worm, David City, 121-2, 9. Svoboda, Aquinas, 116-10, 11. Smith, Shelby-Rising City, 115-1.

100: 2. Schoenrock, Shelby-Rising City, 11.28, 6. Schultz, Shelby-Rising City, 11.51, 7. Lyons, Aquinas, 11.57, 8. Coffin, Shelby-Rising City, 11.67.

110 Hurdles: 2. H. Vavricek, Shelby-Rising City, 15.79, 6. Rech, Aquinas, 16.92, 7. Pandorf, Aquinas, 16.92, 8. Whitmore, Shelby-Rising City, 17.05.

200: 2. Lyons, Aquinas, 22.66, 3. Coffin, Shelby-Rising City, 23.34, 5. Eggleston, Aquinas, 23.51, 8. Smith, Shelby-Rising City, 23.92.

300 Hurdles: 2. Daro, Aquinas, 42.5, 5. Rech, Aquinas, 44.28, 8. Lindsley, Shelby-Rising City, 45.37, 9. Pandorf, Aquinas, 45.49, 11. Whitmore, Shelby-Rising City, 46.76.

400: 3. Roh, Aquinas, 53.58, 5. Schleis, Shelby-Rising City, 56.97, 6. Hoatson, Shelby-Rising City, 57.19, 9. Lindsley, Shelby-Rising City, 58.04, 11. Junck, Aquinas, 59.13.

800: 1. Kirby, David City, 2:07.44, 3. Salazar, David City, 2:11.5, 4. D. Reiter, Aquinas, 2:12.62, 11. Schawang, Aquinas, 2:25.28.

1600: 6. Frasher, Aquinas, 5:06.29, 7. Hartman, Aquinas, 5:07.76, 10. Smith, Aquinas, 5:09.4, 11. Pinneo, Shelby-Rising City, 5:09.53.

3200: 2. Frasher, Aquinas, 10:20.5, 4. Hartman, Aquinas, 10:46.64, 6. Smith, Aquinas, 10:47.82, 11. Rathman, Shelby-Rising City, 12:05.02.

400 relay: 1. Shelby-Rising City 44.88, 7. David City 53.5.

1600 relay: 1. Shelby-Rising City 3:33.01, 2. Aquinas, 3:37.28, 6. David City 3:52.75.

3200 relay: 3. David City 8:52.58, 4. Aquinas 8:52.63, 7. Shelby-Rising City 9:38.12.

Girls

Long Jump: 1. Svoboda, David City, 17-2.25, 7. Pelan, Aquinas, 15-5.25, 12. Thege, Aquinas, 14-9.

Triple Jump: 1. Couch, David City, 36-6.25, 5. Thege, Aquinas, 32-3.5, 6. Kozisek, Aquinas, 32-1, 7. Belt, Shelby-Rising City, 31-10.25, 12. Steager, Aquinas, 27-10.

High Jump: 7. Cech, Aquinas, 4-8, 9. Harrison, Shelby-Rising City 4-6, 12. Nekl, Shelby-Rising City 4-6.

Pole Vault: 5. Oborny, Aquinas, 9-2, 7. M. Fiala, Aquinas, 8-6, 11. Sisco, Aquinas, 7-6.

Shot Put: 2. Adams, Shelby-Rising City, 37-0.5, 3. Ruth, Aquinas, 36-3.25, 10. Stouffer, Aquinas, 32-1.25, 11. Coufal, Aquinas, 31-9.5.

Discus: 2. Ruth, Aquinas, 119-1, 5. Coufal, Aquinas, 108-3.5, 8. Adams, Shelby-Rising City, 93-1.5, 11. Carreto, David City, 90-0.

100: 2. Sellers, Aquinas, 12.92, 6. Couch, David City, 13.46, 7. Neujahr, Shelby-Rising City, 13.51, 8. Meysenburg, Aquinas, 13.69.

100 Hurdles: 3. Sellers, Aquinas, 16.22, 6. Svoboda, David City, 17.24.

200: 1. Roh, Aquinas, 26.52, 4. Neujahr, Shelby-Rising City, 27.74, 5. Archuleta, Aquinas, 28.38, 8. Beringer, Aquinas, 28.75.

300 Hurdles: 4. Meusch, David City, 51.27, 5. Kozisek, Aquinas, 51.6, 7. Kobza, Aquinas, 52.69.

400: 1. Roh, Aquinas, 1:00.65, 3. Hilger, Aquinas, 1:02.59, 6. Nekl, Shelby-Rising City, 1:05.24.

800: 2. Siroky, Aquinas, 2:37.67, 3. M. Fiala, Aquinas, 2:37.8, 7. Burwell, Aquinas, 2:46.31.

1600: 1. C. Fiala, Aquinas, 5:49.55, 3. Frasher, Aquinas, 5:56.73, 4. DeWispelare, Aquinas, 6:06.08.

3200: C. Fiala, Aquinas, 12:23.6, 3. Frasher, Aquinas, 12:33.57, 5. DeWispelare, Aquinas, 13:05.68.

400 relay: 1. Aquinas 51.55, 5. David City 54.61, 7. Shelby-Rising City 56.17.

1600 relay: 1. Aquinas 4:19.02, 6. Shelby-Rising city 4:40.72.

3200 relay: 1. Aquinas 10:18.7, 5. Shelby-Rising City 11:54.2, 6. David City 12:08.3.