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 Mount Ayr Record-News
Mount Ayr, Ringgold County, Iowa
Thursday, March 30, 2017, Page 11

The Raiderette track team includes (back row L-R) Paige Lynch, Jaycee Knight, Sam Stewart, Amber Davison, Gracie Mobley, Sara Winemiller (Jr.)*, Kamy Smelser, Hannah Jackson, MacKenzie Shields, Bailey Anderson (Jr.)* and Keirstan Klommhaus;

(middle row) Lannie Sheil, Emma Mobley, Madi Birkenholz, Sammy McGill, Gabby Hunke, Ryann Martin, Elizabeth Sobotka, Alyssa Johnson (Jr.)*, Mercadez Birkenholz, Caylie Hickman (Jr.)*, Rachel Gregg and Hallie Still;

(front row) Cassie Brand, Macy Larsen (Sr.)*, Haylea England, Sadie Frost (Sr.)* and Blair Glendenning (Sr.)*.

Not pictured: Megan Warin (Sr.)*, Breanne Haley (Sr.)* Heading into her 18th year as head coach, Deb Larsen is gearing up fo the 1027 season along with assistant coach John Larsen who is also in this 18th year.

* designates a letter winner

Photograph courtesy of Mount Ayr Record-News
Transcription by Sharon R. Becker, September of 2017

Mount Ayr Record-News
Mount Ayr, Ringgold County, Iowa
Thursday, May 11, 2017, Page 11

Raiderettes bring home Pride of Iowa championship

The Raiderettes competed in the Pride of Iowa Championship track meet and came out as the champions, scoring 148 points for first place and Nodaway Valley came in second with 73 points.

Team Results

  
1
 Mount Ayr 
148
2
 Nodaway Valley 
73
3
 Bedford 
71
4
 Wayne 
66
5
 Pleasantville 
62
6
 Southeast Warren 
60
7
 Central Decatur 
59
8
 East Union 
56
9
 MSt. M 
55
10
Interstate 35 
47
11
Southwest Valley 
36
12
 Lenox 
5

"It was a great night for the Raiderettes," said coach Deb Larsen. "The team came to compete and capture the title. We had many girls with great performances. It was a total team effort. Thank you to everyone that came to support the team. We as coaches are so proud of the way this team shows up to compete."

Along with winning the Pride of Iowa Championship, the Raiderettes saw a school record being broke. Alyssa Johnson place first in the 100 meter hurdles with a time of 16.11 which broken her sister, Ashton Johnson's, record of 16.36.

Sara Winemiller became three time POI Champion in the shot put with a throw of 36-01.5 and Hannah Jackson took second with a personal best throw of 34-3.

Bailey Anderson brought home gold in the 100, 200 and 400 and anchored the winning 4x400 team of Ryann Martin, Caylie Hickman and Samantha Stewart.

Keirston Klommhaus placed second behind Anderson in the open 200 and anchored the winning 4x200 along with Samantha Stewart, Sadie Frost and Caylie Hickman as well as winning the 4x100 with Megan Warin, Sadie Frost and Alyssa Johnson. She anchored the second place Sprint Medley Relay team of Alyssa Johnson, Caylie Hickman and Sadie Frost as well.

Mount Ayr Record-News
Mount Ayr, Ringgold County, Iowa
Thursday, May 17, 2017, Page 11

Raiderettes are State bound

The Raiderettes move onto state after an undefeated season and another win at the qualifying meet in Earlham May 11.

The Raiderettes will send eight events to the state meet On Thursday, May 18.

Team Results

   
1
 Mount Ayr 
132
2
 Earlham 
103
3
 East Union 
77
4
 MSt. M 
76
5
 Wayne 
74
6
 Colfax-Mingo 
65
7
 SE Warren 
57
8
 Lamoni 
53
9
 Seymour 
33
10
Mormon Trail 
22
11
Murray 
21
12
 Diagonal 
16
13
Iowa Christian 
7
14
 Melcher-Dallas 
1

Qualifying for State for the Raiderettes were Bailey Anderson in the 400 meter dash with a run of 1:02.71; Alyssa Johnson in the 100 meter hurdles with a time of 16.73; the shuttle hurdle team of Samantha Stewart, Jaycee Knight, Megan Warin and Alyssa Johnson with a time of 1:10.93; the 4x200 team of Ryann Martin, Sadie Frost, Caylie Hickman and Keirston Klommhaus with a time of 1:52.79; the 4x400 team of Keirston Klommhaus, Ryann Martin, Samantha Stewart and Bailey Anderson with a time of 4:18.53; the Sprint Medley team of Alyssa Johnson, Caylie Hickman, Keirston Klommhaus and Bailey Anderson with a time of 1:58.32; MaKenzie Shields in the high jump with a height of five feet cleared and Sara Winemiller in the shot put after throwing for 35-11.25.

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


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