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Track Braves run at Spencer Relays

Monday, May 11, 2009

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SPENCER - The Cherokee Braves totaled 44 points and claimed one second-place finish and four thirds at the Spencer Relays here Thursday night.

Hull Western Christian won the meet with 177 points, followed by Le Mars 96, Emmetsburg 83.5, Spencer 70, Sheldon 53, Cherokee 44, Estherville-LC 29, Storm Lake JV 0.

The Braves medley relay of Dan Bieber, Matt Koch, Philip Bieber, and Luke Pearson finished second with a 3:50 clocking to pace the Cherokee effort.

Thirds went to Cody Stowater's 45-8 3/4 shot put effort, Nolan Sampson's 5-10 high jump, Dan Bieber's 23.63 time in the 200 meters, and Nate O'Bryan's 4:49 time in the 1600 meters.

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Brock Dagel
Cherokee's 4x800 relay of Pearson, Dan Bieber, Philip Bieber, and Jakob Hummel was fourth in 8:24; and the Braves 4x100 relay of Kyle Schuck, Koch, Tony HUnt, and Sampson was fifth in 46.96.

Keaton Tuttle placed fourth in the discus with a 129-7 throw, and Zach Mosbach was fifth in the 800 meters in 2:14.

In JV action at Spencer, The Young Braves were second in the team race and powered by three first-place finishes, including double winner Brock Dagel, who won the shot put with a 42-10 heave, and won the discus with a throw of 115-4. Tyler McClaughlin notched Cherokee's other first with a 2:18 clocking in the 800 meters.

Alanzo Ruble was second for the Cherokee JV in the 110 hurdles with a time of 18.63, and also was third in the high jump with a 5-4 leap. Jon Hunt was fourth in the shot put with a 38-7 effort, and sixth in the discus with a throw of 111-05.

In the relays, the JV Braves were third in the 4x400 with Hummel, Justin Long, Scott Long, and Ruble timed in 3:59; and fifth in the 4x200 with Scott Long, Hummel, Justin Long, and Ruble timed in 1:44.

The Braves run in the Lakes Conference Meet at Hull Western Christian tonight, and host the Class 2A Districts here Friday.



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