Journal Express, Knoxville, IA


May 10, 2013

Douglas doubles up at Little Dutch

Aided by five victories the Knoxville Panthers finished second at the Pella Little Dutch Relays Monday night in Pella.

The Panthers scored 121 points trailing only the host Dutch with a total of 149 points.

Ryan Douglas was a double-winner with victories in the 110 high hurdles and the 400 low hurdles.

Tanner Dunkin raced to a win in the 200 meter dash.

Jacob Moats posted a win in the high jump Joe Stearns won gold in the shot put.

Panther Coach Mike Cunningham II stated, “It was a good tune up for the district meet.”

Boys Track Pella Relays

Team Scoring - 1. Pella 149, 2. Knoxville 121, 3. Norwalk 92, 4. South Tama 63, 5. Oskaloosa 59, 6. Pella JV 43, 7. Pella Christian 18, 8. BGM 13.

KHS 1sts - 200 - Tanner Dunkin 22.72, 110 Hurdles - Ryan Douglas 15.02, 400 Hurdles - Douglas 56.26, Shot Put - Joe Stearns 46’2.75”, High Jump - Jacob Moats 6’0”.

KHS 2nds - Long Jump - Douglas 21’2.75”, 4x800 - Mitchell Hollingshead, Matt Hollingshead, Jordan Angove, Tyler Derringer 9:05.23, 100 - Dunkin 11.26, 400 - Moats 53.42, 800 - Wick Cunningham 1:59.52.

KHS 3rds - 4x400 - Matt Hollingshead, Derringer, Justin Lenger, Austin Davis 3:44.83, 1,600 Sprint Medley - Skylar Schlotterback, Bryce Zoutte, Connor Bailey, Moats 3:48.53, 4x200 - Schlotterback, Zoutte, Davis, Bailey 1:37.29.

KHS 4ths - 1,600 - Brad Shearer 4:51.52, Shuttle Hurdle - Zoutte, Justin Karns, Lenger, Jerry Nichols 1;)8.25.

KHS 5ths - 4x100 - Schlotterback,Nichols, Davis, Keaton Thomas 46.67.

KHS 6ths - None.

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