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Hawks, Warriors win twice at tourney

CEDAR FALLS - The Prairie Hawks and Washington Warriors won two matches at the Cedar Falls Invitational volleyball tournament Saturday.

Prairie went 2-1 in pool play and lost to Dowling, 21-14, 21-16, in the first round of the championship playoffs. The Hawks topped Janesville (16-21, 21-9, 15-7) and beat Waterloo East (21-6, 21-13) in pool play, but lost to powerful Dike-New Hartford (21-15, 21-10).

Washington went 1-2 in pool play with a victory over Des Moines East (21-6, 21-11) with losses to Dowling (21-17, 21-5) and Grundy Center (21-9, 21-5). The Warriors defeated Waterloo East (21-17, 21-17) in the first round of the consolation playoffs before falling to Waterloo Columbus (25-7, 25-22).

Dike-New Hartford topped Cedar Falls for the title, 25-12, 31-29.

 

Rima named Prairie baseball coach

Todd Rima had three questions he needed to answer before becoming the new baseball coach at Cedar Rapids Prairie High School.

No. 1, was it right for his family?

No. 2, would he be able to juggle being the baseball coach at Kirkwood Community College and Prairie without affecting his job at Kirkwood?

No. 3, did Prairie High School share his vision and commitment to running the program?

Once Rima had the right answers, he accepted the offer to become Prairie's new coach for the 2015 campaign.

 

Last Updated on Friday, 26 September 2014 19:00

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Warriors’ Eck fourth at Dubuque meet

DUBUQUE – Cedar Rapids Washington junior Sam Eck was the top Metro finisher Thursday at the Eastern Iowa Classic, taking fourth in a time of 16:28.3.

Eck’s finish helped the Warriors to a third-place team finish in the boys division with 84 points. Individual champion Joe Meehan (16:09.02) led Dubuque Hempstead to the team title with 31 points. Iowa City High was second with 72. Among other Metro teams Kennedy was fifth, Linn-Mar seventh and Xavier ended up 10th.

Xavier’s Jenny Dickes was the top girls Metro finisher, taking sixth in 15:31.3. Iowa City High’s Mary Arch won in 14:54.50, leading the Little Hawks to the team title with 51 points. Prairie was the top Metro school, finishing fourth. Other Metro team finishes included: Kennedy (fifth), Xavier (seventh), Linn-Mar (eighth) and Washington (10th).

EASTERN IOWA CLASSIC
BOYS
TEAM STANDINGS
1. Dubuque Hempstead 31,  2. Iowa City High 72, 3. Washington 84, 4. Dubuque Wahlert 129, 5. Kennedy 138, 6. Waterloo West 160,  7. Linn-Mar 187, 8. Clinton 205, 9. Davenport North 220, 10. Xavier  240, 11. Iowa City Regina 277.

WASHINGTON : 4. Sam Eck 16:28.3, 10. Finbar Berry 16:49.4, 17. Sam Werner 17:08.3, 25. Wyatt Forster 17:28.5,  28. Ryan Miller 17:32.5, 39. Ian Klopfenstein 17:51.9, 48. Augie Bergstrom 18:03.9.

KENNEDY: 11. Addison   Furry 16:49.5, 20. Andrew Solsrud 17:17.4, 24. Derek Girling 17:27.8, 34. Reece Linder 17:45.7, 49. Tim Zange 18:05.4, 55. Hunter Schoenauer 18:28.9, 56. Riley Patton 19:32.8.

LINN-MAR: 12. Michael Mather 16:50.9, 35. Johnny Clymer 17:47.6,  40. Thomas Doyle 17:52.9, 46.  Kyle Gansen  18:03., 54. Jake Bushlack, 12 18:25.8,  60. Griffin Lorenz 18:43.4, 68. Ethan Schmidt 19:20.6.

XAVIER: 8. Steven Culpepper 16:39.6, 44. Evan Gradoville 18:01.9,  61. John Pape 18:51.9,  63. Nolan Pithan 19:02.6,  64. Evan  Bednar 19:03.5, 65. Nick Lyon 19:03.8, 66. Sam Rohret 19:05.1.

GIRLS
TEAM STANDINGS
1. Iowa  City High 51, 2. Dubuque Hempstead 59,  3. Iowa City Regina 95, 4. Prairie 109, 5. Kennedy 129, 6. Dubuque Wahlert 144,  7. Xavier 200, 8. Linn-Mar 222, 9. Clinton 237, 10. Washington 257, 11. Waterloo West 313,  12. Davenport North 319.

PRAIRIE: 18. Cayla Renwick 16:06.1, 20. Sarah Meyers 16:11.7,  22. Hannah Frazee 16:15.4,  24. Eilish Stanek 16:18.8,  25. Alissa Neubauer 16:19.4, 31. Victoria Enyart 16:37.2, 34. Kristin Skriver 16:48.4.

KENNEDY: 15. Lauren Meyer 16:02.2, 16. Hannah Fusselman 16:02.5, 19. Laura Feld  16:10.1,  38. Kate Nus 16:53.6, 41. Lauren Gifford 16:54.9, 49 Alli Meyer 17:03.0, 53. Emily Manders 17:24.8.

XAVIER: 6. Jenny Dickes  15:31.3, 29. Emiko Coffey 16:36.2, 50. Kiana Stanek 17:06.1, 57.  Lydia   Brown     17:42.4,   58. Annie Sigmon 17:47.3 62. Faith Satern 18:10.9, 65. Jennifer Sigmon 18:22.8.

LINN-MAR: 36.  Jaclyn Simons 16:52.7, 40. Madeline Block, 16:54.7, 43. Abby Van Rheenen 16:55.5, 44. Abby Gries 16:56.2,  59  Crystal Barajas-Peterson 17:47.4, 61. Emma Clanin 18:09.1.

WASHINGTON: 9. Sarah Altemeier 15:37.1, 51. Sierra Sheets 17:08.7, 60. Serena Eck 17:48.7, 64. Brett Visser 18:17.3, 73. Anne Visser 19:21.4.

 

 

Last Updated on Friday, 26 September 2014 11:53
   

Prairie climbs in volleyball poll

The Prairie Hawks climbed one spot to No. 9 in the Class 5A volleyball rankings Thursday by the Iowa Girls High School Athletic Union.

The Marion Indians stayed No. 3 in Class 4A and the Xavier Saints remained No. 9 in Class 4A.

CLASS 4A

1. Harlan (14-1), 2. West Delaware (22-0), 3. Marion (17-2), 4. Le Mars (12-0), 5. Charles City (16-2), 6. Indianola (16-7), 7. Clear Creek-Amana (6-5), 8. Sioux City Heelan (11-7), 9. Xavier (11-7), 10. Boone (12-2), 11. Creston (12-2), 12. ADM (15-6), 13. Dubuque Wahlert (8-7), 14. Carroll (9-5), 15. Lewis Central (8-8).

CLASS 5A

1. Bettendorf (19-0), 2. Johnston (15-2), 3. Ankeny Centennial (20-1), 4. Ankeny (17-2), 5. Dowling (17-2), 6. West Des Moines Valley (22-5), 7. Council Bluffs Lincoln (22-8), 8. Southeast Polk (20-3), 9. Prairie (10-3), 10. Iowa City High (7-4).

Last Updated on Thursday, 25 September 2014 14:37
 

No.10 Prairie spikes Washington

Megan Sprengeler collected 15 kills Tuesday night as the 10th-ranked Prairie volleyball team swept Washington, 25-8, 25-11, 25-13, in a Mississippi Valley Conference match at Washington.

Kate Busswitz had 13 kills and was 22-for-23 on serves. Kenzie Soeken contributed seven kills and was 10-for-10 on serves.

Kendra Gaskill was successful on all 25 of her serves and had three aces. Sprengeler also had three aces. Gaskill had 28 assists.

Last Updated on Tuesday, 23 September 2014 20:36
   
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