Shelbyville Daily Union


April 23, 2013

Lady Rams middle of pack at Clinton

Shelbyville girls track went to the Clinton Invite on Friday and ran into the teeth of a stiff wind and chilly temps. They used it as a working meet and still finished in the middle of the pack, taking 6th out of 11 teams.

Individually, the distance girls led the way. Morgan Powers beat the field in the 800 meter run (2:26.95), improving her previous best of 2:29.65. She has the sixth fastest time in the area. She also scored 6th in the 400 (1:13.14). Molly Yockey took 3rd in the 3200 meter run (13:00.85) and Blair Johnston was 4th in the 1600 run, breaking 6:00 (5:58.89).

Shelby’s 4x4 relay team, Morgan Powers, Brooke Cieplik, Keeley Buhrmester and Taylor Powers also took a 4th (4:54.67). Elly Oldham was 4th in the pole vault (6-6).

The Lady Rams, as well as their male team members, will be at home on Tuesday, hosting St. Anthony. On Friday, the girls are set to go to Monticello and the boys to Newton.

Team Scores:1. Clinton 140, 2. Mt. Zion 117, 3. Argenta 68, 4. Stanford 60, 5. Sangamon Valley 54, 6. Shelbyville 38, T7. St. Teresa 18, Monticello 18, 9. Farmer City 16, 10. Meridian 14, 11. Warrensburg 11

Shelby results: 100 dash-13. Jessica Tice 14.93; 200 dash-15. Sadie Spears 32.93; 400 dash-6. Morgan Powers 1:13.14; 800 run-1. Morgan Powers 2:26.95; 1600 run-4. Blair Johnston 5:58.89; 3200 run-3. Molly Yockey 13:00.85; 4x1 relay-6. Shelbyville 1:00.50 (Sandra Williams, Nichole Logue, Kelly Laskowski, Taylor Powers); 4x2 relay-6. Shelbyville 2:12.79 (Marissa Travis, Elly Oldham, Carissa Jennings, Sarah Martin); 4x4 relay-4. Shelbyville 4:54.67 (M. Powers, Brooke Cieplik, Keeley Buhrmester, T. Powers); Pole vault-4. Elly Oldham 6-6; Long jump-10. Sadie Spears 12-3.5; Shot put-7. Monica Griesemer 24-7.5, 9. Sadie Goralski 23-7.25; Discus-7. Goralski 73-3, 16. Abbi Allen 45-3.

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