Shelbyville Daily Union


September 15, 2013

Rams, St. Anthony Win Big At Trail Invite



Shelby Trail Invite

Girls Team Scores: 1. St. Anthony 45, 2. Cumberland 54, 3. SOV 86, 4. Neoga 98, 5. Marshal 109, 6. Central A&M 135, 7. Fairfield 156

Shelby, CAM, ST. A, SOV, Neoga girls results: 1. Keller (SA) 16:55, 2. Yockey (SH) 19:25, 3. Powers (SH) 19:28, 5. (T3) Carson Fonner (SA) 20:02, 6. (T4) Salena Sloan (CAM) 20:11, 11. (T9) Maddie Butler (NEO) 21:23, 12. (T10) Elizabeth Falconburg (SA) 21:38, 13. (T11) Brittany Deters (NEO) 21:48, 16. (T13) Carlin Nuzzo (SOV) 22;12, 17. (14) Holly Lamb (SOV) 22:20, 18. (T15) Sarah Wortman (SA) 22;28, 19. (T16) Rachel Wortman (SA) 22:38), 21. (T18) Bailee Pratt (SOV) 22:42, 23. (T20) Annie Hogan (SOV) 22:58, 24. (T21) Mollie Bowman (SOV) 23:03, 25. (T22) Amanda McClain (SOV) 23:06, 26. (T23) Cadisen Nuzzo (SOV) 23:09 , 27. T24) Maddie Gibson (NEO) 23:18, 28. (T25) Taylor Baker (NEO) 23:46, 29. (T26) Abbie Collins (CAM) 23:52, 34. (T29) Rachel Ewing (NEO) 24;24, 37. (T32) Taylor Rich (NEO) 25:06, 38. (T33) Ellie Buening (NEO) 25:11,  39. (T34) Rylee Wildt (CAM) 25:22, 40. (T35) Kaylam Schinzler (CAM) 25:27, 44. (T36) Lauren Schinzler (CAM) 26:53, 46. (T38) Allison Spraul 28:25

Girls Open

Shelby, SOV, ST. A, CAM, Neoga results: 1. Risley (SOV) 22:04, 2. Alyssa Marshall (SOV) 23:09, 3. Drew Lehman (SOV) 23;28, 4. Tori Murphy (SOV) 23:56, 5. Kennedy Lucas (SOV) 24:13, 6. Maggie Plank (SOV) 24:26, 7. Mackenzie Mosier (SOV) 24:36, 8. Kyndall Andrews (NEO) 24:57, 9. Charlie Emel (SOV) 26:02, 10. Cheyenne Howald (NEO) 27:01, 11. Maddie Morrison (NEO) 27:20, 12. Allison Miller (SOV) 27:29, 13. Abby Elzy (SOV) 27:30, 14. Mackenzie Rubbert (SOV) 27:45, 15. Natalie Burrell (NEO) 27:49, 16. Hunter Krampe (NEO) 28:32, 17. Alexis Woods (SH) 29:29, 18. Heidi Clements (SOV) 29:32, 19. Grace Mauck (SOV) 30;51, 20. Tori Floyd (SOV) 32:33, 21. Kelsy Beard (NEO) 33:08, 22. Baily Banning (NEO) 33:43

Boys Team Scores: 1. Shelbyville 36, 2. Fairfield 70, 3. Altamont 85, 4. Marshall 93, 5. Cumberland 127, 6. SOV 129, 7. Neoga 130, 8. Dieterich 200, 9. Central A&M 255

Shelby, SOV, NEO, CAM individual results:1. Kakac (F) 15:38, 2. Sharp (ALT) 15:44, 3. Martin (SH) 15:58, 4. Tye Sutherland (Cumb) 16:11, 5. Marcus Skinner (SH) 16:11, 7 (T6) Kenton Wilson (SH) 16:24, 9. (T8) Ryan Evans (NEO) 17:00, 10. (T9) Tyler Pasley (SH) 17:10, 14. (T13) Preston Henze (SH) 17:31, 15. (T14) Ethan Lehman (SOV) 19. (T18) Jordan Sieger (SH) 17:48, 22. (T21) Alex Harvey 18:02, 23. (T22) Clayton Waldhoff (SOV) 18:04, 25. (T24) Anthony Mia (NEO) 18:33, 28. (T27) Justin Deters (NEO)18:47, 30. (T29) Lance Woods (CAM) 18:52, 34 (T32) Ethan Walk (NEO) 19:08, 37. (T35) Brent Mauck (SOV) 19:23, 39. (T37) Shaun Cody (SOV) 19:34, 40. (T38) Evan Blakey (SOV) 20:08, 45. (T43) Adam White (SOV) 20:08,  53. (T51) Jared Cole (NEO) 20:39, 55. (T52) Jesse Holt (NEO) 20:46, 56. (T53) David Meyers (CAM) 21:02, 60. (T56) Ashton Ludwig (CAM) 23;21, 62(T58) Zaylon Coultas (CAM) 25;28, 63. (T59) Zach Bond (CAM) 29:53

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