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 Mount Ayr Record-News
Mount Ayr, Ringgold County, Iowa
Thursday, March 31, 2016, Page 11

33 report to Coach Larsen

The 2016 girls track team includes:

front row: Laura Davison (Sr.), Kirsten Dolecheck (Sr.), Ashton Quick (Sr.), Ica Hauge (Sr.);

second row: Alyssa Johnson (Soph.), Mercadez Birkenholz (Soph.), Caylie Hickman (Soph.), Cassie Brand (Jr.), Macy Larsen (Jr.), BrieAnn Byrd, Samantha Schafer;

third row: Hayley Whittington (Fresh.), Megan Warin (Jr.), Kiersten Klommhaus (Fresh.), Breanne Haley (Jr.), Blair Glendenning (Jr.), Ryann Martin (Fresh.), MaiLynn Taylor, Sammy McGill (Fresh.);

fourth row: MacKenzie Shields (Fresh.), Bailey Anderson (Soph.), Amber Davison (Fresh.), Hannah Jackson (Fresh.), Kelcie Shields (Jr.), Sara Winemiller (Soph.), Jessica McCreary (Fresh.), Kamyron Smelser (Fresh.), and Megan Reasoner (Fresh.).

Not pictured: Maddie Mobley (Sr.), Haylea England (Jr.), Sadie Frost (Jr.), Josie Houseman (Jr.), and Dani Krauth (Soph.)

The Raiderettes are set ot compete at their first offical track meet of the season April 5 at the Nodaway Valley Invitational in Greenfield starting at 5 p.m.

Since beginning coaching in 1999, Coach Debbie Larsen returns to the helm of the team along with assistant Coach John Larsen, who has been coaching since 1999 as well.

The managers are Addy Flammang and Kenisha Ross. New managers are BrieAnn Byrd and Samantha Schaefer.

Photograph courtesy of Mount Ayr Record-News
Transcription by Sharon R. Becker, August of 2016

Mount Ayr Record-News
Mount Ayr, Ringgold County, Iowa
Thursday, May 19, 2016, Page 11

Back to Drake! 18 events qualify for state meet


The Raiderettes qualified for nine events at the state track meet that will be held May 19-21.

Raiderettes on to Drake

The Raiderettes qualified [in] nine events for the state track meet starting today (Thursday, May 19).

Sara Winemiller qualified in the shot put after a throw of 34-10.5 took first place in the finals.

MacKenzie Shields qualified for state in the high jump after clearing the five foot mark and taking fourth.

In the 100 meter, Mount Ayr qualified two athletes, Bailey Anderson with a 13.31 final time and second overall, and Keirston Klommhaus who ran a 13.40 and took third.

Kerston Klommhaus also qualified for the 200 meter with a third place finish and a time of 27.74.

Bailey Anderson also qualified in the 400 meter after taking first with a time of 1:03.00.

Alyssa Johnson will make her return with a qualifying time in the 100 meter hurdles with a time of 16.76 and a second place finish.

The 4x400 relay team took first with a time of 4:29.98 which was eight seconds fster than the second place team. The relay team consisted of Keirston Klommhaus, Macy Larsen, Caylie Hickman and Bailey Anderson.

The 4x800 [team] qualified for state with a first place finish as well and with a time of 10:54.62. That team consisted of Ryann Martin, Blair Glendenning, Breanne Haley and Macy Larsen.

In the 800 sprint medley the Raiderettes took first with a time of 1:59.76 and consisted of Caylie Hickman, Alyssa Johnson, Keirston Klommhaus and Bailey Anderson.


Photograph courtesy of Mount Ayr Record-News
Transcription by Sharon R. Becker, May of 2016

Raiderettes break 43 year old school record at state

Bailey Anderson (Left) smiles as she sees the times posted on the board and realizes the girls 4x40 relay team qualified in the preliminaries for Saturday's finals. The girls placed seventh overall with a time of 4:14.40.

The Raiderettes sent nine events to the state track meet at Drake University in Des Moines May 19-21. The girls found stiff competition and did not place at the meet but they did however run best times and even broke a school record.

 
   Team Results
 
1
   Prairie, CR
 87
2
   Cedar Falls
 70
3
   CR Kennedy
 63
4
   Dowling C
 61.5
5
   Waukee
 42

 
   Individual Results
 
Shot Put:  20th
   Sara Winemiller
   32-00
High Jump:  13th
   MacKenzie Shields
   4-09
 
100m;  19th
   Keirston Klommhaus
   13.67
100m  23rd
   Bailey Anderson
   13.79
 
4x800  20th
 
 
 
   Blair Glendenning,
   Ryann Martin,
   Breanne Haley,
   Macy Larson
   10:37.84
 
 
 
 
200m  24th
   Keirston Klommhaus
   28.32
 
400m:  10th
   Bailey Anderson
   1:01.33
 
100mH:  16th
   Alyssa Johnson
   16.94
 
4x400 prelims:  7th
 
 
 
   Bailey Anderson,
  Macy Larsen,
   Caylie Hickman,
   Keirston Klommhaus
   4:14.40
 
SMR:  7th
 
 
 
   Caylie Hickman,
   Aylssa Johnson,
   Keirston Klommhaus,
   Bailey Anderson
   1:54.72
 
 
 
 
4x400 Finals:  8th
 
 
 
   Bailey Anderson,
   Macy Larsen,
   Caylie Hickman,
   Keirston Klommhaus
   4:17.85
 
 
 


MacKenzie Shields clears the high jump bar at Drake University where she finished 13th overall after clearing 4-09. This was Shields' first time at state and is a freshman.

Photographs courtesy of Mount Ayr Record-News
Transcription by Sharon R. Becker, May of 2017


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