Oskaloosa MS Competes at Knoxville

by Coach Autumn Reisetter

Tonight we competed at the make-up Knoxville meet, which is normally very hilly. We relocated to Knoxville High School, which happens to be very flat. The kids ran 1.8 miles tonight, and we got to see how we measure to most of the teams we will see on Monday at our Little Hawkeye Conference. Our top runner of the night was Hailey Harbour coming in at 5th place, she pushed hard and competed well! The rest of the girls worked hard and ran well. The boys came out strong and finished even stronger! I was proud of the boys, from our 1st-6th runner our time spread was only 22 seconds. Even though we finished in the 4th place, we really worked hard tonight. I was very impressed! I asked the boys to bunch up and the last two meets they have done that and keep moving forward. I am excited to see how we do on Monday. All the kids have worked hard and improved over the course of the season, I love watching them improve each meet.

Girl’s Team Results:

Indianola 38 points 2) Pella 39 points 3) Knoxville 82 points

4) Norwalk 97 points 5) Oskaloosa 137 points 6) Grinnell 151 points

Girl’s Individual Results (77 girls):

5) Hailey Harbour 12:03 40) Aubree Cheney 13:51 42) Evelyn Adam 13:57

51) Lauren Tarbell 14:20 69) Morgan Drost 16:26

Boy’s Team Results:

Norwalk 42 points 2) Indianola 62 points 3) Pella 66 points

4) Oskaloosa 88 points 5) Knoxville 113 points 6) Grinnell 131 points

Boy’s Individual Results (122 runners):

12) Elijah Ruckman 11:24 14) Colton Eaton 11:26 18) Andrew Otto 11:32

21) Jaison Anderson 11:45 23) Elliot Adam 11:46 24) Logan Hoskinson 11:48

38) Will Roach 12:12 44) Elliott Nelson 12:27 46) Klayton Roberts 12:27

47) Gus Bunnell 12:33 55) Reed Peterson 12:48 60) Korbin Siroky 12:58

62) Chase Rust 13:01 67) Camryn Cassens 13:10 70) Jase Harper 13:14

73) Lawson Morris 13:29 74) Brayden Smith 13:32 76) Cole Holmes 13:39

79) Luke Abrahamson 13:45

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