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April 12, 2013

KHS 3rd at Centerville Invite

The Knoxville Panthers garnered a third place finish at the Centerville Redette Relays Thursday, April 4.

The KHS girls’ squad racked up one win in the outdoor meet.

Knoxville won the sprint medley relay with a time of 2:03.87.

The winning Panther foursome consisted of Meredith Cunningham, Tori Johnston, Jenci Ruff and Sidney Washington.

Mount Pleasant ran away with the team title as the Panthers scored 189.5 points. Davis County was a distant second with 150 points followed by Knoxville in third with 52.5.

Centerville was next with 51 points followed by Central Decatur with 43.

Varsity Girls Track

@ Centerville 4-4-13

Team Scoring - 1. Mount Pleasant 189.5; 2. Davis County 150; 3. Knoxville 52.5; 4. Centerville 51; 5. Central Decatur 43; 6. Chariton 34; 7. (tie) - Keokuk 27 and Wayne 27; 9. Putnam County 12; 10. Newton-Harris 2; 11. Scotland County 1.

KHS 1sts - Sprint Medley - Meredith Cunningham, Tori Johnston, Jenci Ruff, Sidney Washington, 2:03.87.

KHS 2nds - 100 High Hurdles - Meredith Cunningham 17.34.

KHS 3rds - Distance Medley - 4:59.68; 200 - Carrie Chambers 28.69.

KHS 4ths - 200 - Jenci Ruff 29.32; 400 Hurdles - Tori Johnston 1:19.64; 4x800 - 11:19.82.

KHS 5ths - 3,000 - Kalene Schuenke 13:41.46; High Jump - (tie) Chambray Daugherty 4’8”; Long Jump - Ricki Hall 14’3”; 1,500 - Erica Fee 6:01.49.

KHS 6ths - Discus - Melissa Molloy 92’2”; Shuttle Hurdle - 1:21.55; 4x100 - 59.90.

(Note - Relay names not provided.)

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