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FORT DODGE — Hudson cantankerous country seniors Morgan Hansen and Sophie Selenke were bent to accomplishment their careers from a accustomed angle point.
Joined by Addison Grady, Jessica Regenwether, Maddie Hansen, Kenzie Christopher and Sophie Schneider, Selenke and Morgan Hansen already afresh looked out into the army from the badge commemoration accouter at Fort Dodge’s Lakeside Municipal Golf Course. Hudson’s second-place account of 133 apparent the program’s fourth after top three accomplishment in the Chic 1A accompaniment meet.
A Hudson aggregation that entered the accommodated ranked No. 7 anesthetized appointment rivals Aplington-Parkersburg (fourth) and Denver (seventh) to accomplishment runner-up. Only Logan Magnolia’s 112 credibility were bigger than the Pirates’ total.
“Eye opening,” Morgan Hansen responded, aback accretion up this year’s run. “It was amazing to assignment with a new aggregation and anybody by my side. We formed so adamantine together.”
Grady, a sophomore, remained Hudson’s advance agent with a displaced aggregation accomplishment of 13th. Already she beyond the line, she saw her teammates in fleet all finishing strong. Regenwether, Morgan Hansen and Selenke were amid the top 30 in aggregation points.
This apparent the school’s best accomplishment aback acceptable the 2017 accompaniment title.
“We all agitated our weight and gave our all at the actual end of our races,” Grady said. “It was a abundant finish.
“We were so excited. This is what the chief girls wanted. They’ve been on the accouter all four years.”
Individually, Turkey Valley green Jalyssa Blazek won an absolute dart to the accomplishment band to bend University of Northern Iowa cantankerous country and clue recruit Sophia Jungling of Aplington-Parkesburg for third place, 18:54.0-18:54.3.
“My apperception was thinking, ‘How bad do you appetite this? How accommodating are you to advance for this?’” Blazek recalled. “I knew it was activity to aching the accomplished way, but I aloof kept activity and fabricated it.”
Jungling bankrupt abroad with closing hunt champ Peyton Pogge of Tri-Center, Neola for the aboriginal two miles. Already Pogge pulled away, the advance backpack eventually bent the A-P senior, who fought with a accumulation of four added runners over the final 800 meters to defended her fourth top six finish.
Jungling is abutting by Megan Johnson and Karson DeGroote aural a chief chic that helped A-P win its aboriginal state-qualifying accommodated and accomplishment fourth overall.
“This year these girls accept accustomed it their all and we’ve become abundant accompany through the process,” Jungling said. “I anticipate that’s added important than acceptable titles, the memories we’ve created.”
Cedar Falls’ boys accomplished abundant like they’ve navigated their abatement schedule, as a team. The Tigers’ top through sixth runners were aural 23 abnormal of anniversary added with times alignment from 16:20 to 16:43 for a seventh-place absolute of 194 points.
Junior Eli Smith bankrupt from the backpack with a displaced aggregation account of 25th. TJ Tomlyanovich followed in 33rd and Joel Burris came in 41st. Brayden Burnett was active alongside Smith through the aboriginal mile, but slipped aback to 46th. Michael Goodenbour angled out point-scorers in 49th.
The Tigers bigger from aftermost year’s 11th-place finish. Four juniors and a green accounted for the aggregation score.
“We’re absolutely solid appropriate now,” Smith said. “We accept a absolutely acceptable gap time (22 abnormal from 1 to 6). I feel like we can all aloof advance up and accumulate PR’ing. We could be absolutely alarming abutting year.”
After aftermost season’s accompaniment debut, Decorah inferior Brady Hogan says he didn’t apperceive if he could go abundant faster than his 16:38 time. Crediting what he considers the state’s top apprenticeship agents and a accumulation of teammates with assorted personalities who adore alive alongside anniversary other, Hogan begin growth.
The Decorah standout captivated off a aggressive hunt backpack to abode fourth in 16:15.
“I came a continued way,” Hogan said. “It was awesome. I can’t be added happy.”
In the 3A girls’ race, Charles City inferior Kiki Connell best up a additional accompaniment medal. She capped a bounce-back division with an eighth-place time of 18:57. Waverly-Shell Rock’s Emma Hoins and Iowa Falls-Alden’s Ellie Meyer angled out the top 10 with ninth and 10th abode finishes, respectively.
Union chief Lake LeBahn jumped out to a able start, but a continued amplitude into the wind zapped some activity from the first-mile leader. LeBahn capped his career with a seventh-place time of 16:37 to defended his third after accompaniment medal.
“I should accept followed addition into the wind,” LeBahn said. “The wind took my animation abroad from me. Otherwise, I anticipate I did well.”
Starmont’s Kenna Meisgeier battled the front-runners in the 2A girls’ race. The inferior accomplished seventh in 19:20.3, aloof two-tenths of a additional aback of sixth abode and one additional abroad from fifth.
Amanda Treptow led Jesup’s fourth-place aggregation with a ninth-place time of 19:28. Green acquaintance Natalie O’Connor followed in 11th in 19:42.
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Team standings — 1. Johnston 56, 2. Dubuque Chief 88, 3. Linn-Mar 119, 4. Waukee 138, 5. Southeast Polk 144, 6. WDM Valley 200, 7. Dubuque Hempstead 202, 8. Cedar Rapids Prairie 218, 9. Iowa City High 223, 10. WDM Dowling 247, 11. Urbandale 248, 12. Western Dubuque 252, 13. Sioux City East 279, 14. Bettenforf 304, 15. Indianola 357.
Team standings — 1. WDM Dowling 87, 2. Pleasant Valley 96, 3. Dubuque Hempstead 100, 4. Johnston 135, 5. Sioux City North 160, 6. Cedar Rapids Prairie 188, 7. Cedar Falls 194, 8. Iowa City West 206, 9. Southeast Polk 220, 10. Iowa City Liberty 254, 11. Ames 262, 12. Waukee 281, 13. Urbandale 286, 14. Cedar Rapids Kennedy 290, 15. Linn-Mar 302.
Individual leaders — 1. Max Murphy (PV) 15:29, 2. Sam Hall (Dowling) 15:29, 3. Jacob Green (Kennedy) 15:35, 4. Kent Nichols (PV) 15:46.1, 5. Drake Hanson (SE Polk) 15:46.1. … 28. Eli Smith (CF) 16:20, 39. TJ Tomlyanovich (CF) 16:32, 48. Joel Burris (CF) 16:38, 54. Brayden Burnett (CF) 16:40, 58. Michael Goodenbour (CF) 16:42, 59. Alex Horstman (CF) 16:43, 124. Cooper Olson (CF) 18:30.
Team standings — 1. Tipton 78, 2. Des Moines Christian 82, 3. Monticello 106, 4. Albia 151, 5. Davis Country 174, 6. Danville 183, 7. Williamsburg 186, 8. South Hardin 200, 9. Camanche 237, 10. Gladbrook-Reinbeck/Grundy Center 239, 11. Western Christian 253, 12. Okoboji 257, 13. North Fayette Valley 279, 14. George-Little Rock 307, 15. Treynor 307.
Team standings — 1. Logan Magnolia 112, 2. Hudson 133, 3. AHSTW 142, 4. Aplington-Parkersburg 146, 5. Iowa City Regina 150, 6. Kee 164, 7. Denver 183, 8. Nodaway Valley 198, 9. Pekin 211, 10. Van Meter 215, 11. Manson NW Webster 233, 12. Madrid 241, 13. Sumner-Fredericksburg 270, 14. Fort Dodge St. Edmond 277, 15. Clinton Prince of Peace 289.