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The Annawan-Wethersfield Titans Varsity baseball team almost claimed victory in their postseason game against St. Bede, of Peru, IL. The game was close all throughout with both sides scoring in almost every inning. St. Bede took the lead early on with a run in the 2nd, 3rd, and 4th innings. The Titans could only get one in the third.


Later in the game, both teams scored two in the sixth. With St. Bede in the lead, 5-3, going into the seventh inning, it was crunch time for the Titans. Unfortunately, Annawan-Wethersfield only scored one run before St. Bede claimed victory, winning 5-4.


The St. Bede varsity baseball team will face off against Alleman this Saturday at 11am.

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The Titans will play St. Bede today in the Regional Semifinal. The game will start at 4:30 at Northeast Park in Kewanee. The Titans are asking for a large crowd to show at the game to show support. The winner today will move on to the Regional Championship to take on Alleman this Saturday at 11 AM.

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The Boilmakers varsity boys' baseball team took a hard fall yesterday against Alleman Catholic yesterday in a postseason bout. Alleman started strong right out of the gate by scoring in the first four innings. Kewanee tried to surmount with a comeback but only scored one run throughout the entirety of the contest. The final score was 1-9, Alleman Catholic.

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The Stark County Rebels' baseball team could not pull out the win against the Ridgewood Spartans yesterday in a postseason bout. The game, lasting only four innings, was dominated by the Spartans as they scored at least 3 runs every inning. Unfortunately for the Rebels, they couldn't score one run during their bout. The final score was 0-15, Ridgewood.

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For the 20th consecutive year, the EastSide Centre in East Peoria will host the Illinois Elementary School Association (IESA) Class AA State Final Track and Field Meet. Almost 2,300 athletes will participate in the two-day meet this Friday and Saturday (May 17-18). East Peoria Central District #86 serves as the host school.

The IESA state series in boys track and field began in 1932 and the girls state series began in 1972. This will be the 88th year IESA has conducted a state track meet for boys and the 47th year for the girls state meet. This is the 35th year of the two class system. A total of 579 member schools entered the 2019 state series. There are 289 schools in Class AA and nearly 260 of those schools will be represented at this year's state meet. The majority of the sectional qualifying meets were held last Saturday, May 11 but due to the inclement weather on Saturday, several did not finish until Monday, May 13. The following link will list all qualifiers:

https://www.iesa.org/activities/tr/qualifiers_State_AA.asp?Year=2019

There are 14 events in each of the four classes (7th grade girls; 7th grade boys; 8th grade girls; 8th grade boys). There will be a grand total of 56 events. Field event competition begins Friday at 11:00 a.m.  In the field events, the preliminaries and finals are conducted on the same day that the respective event is held.  Some field events are held on Friday and some are held on Saturday. The running events get under way Friday at 1:15 p.m. with the preliminaries of the hurdle event followed by the 400 m dash, the 1600 meter run and the preliminaries of the 100 m dash.  Only the hurdle event and the 100-meter dash are held with preliminaries. The individual winner of each heat will advance to the finals and the next fastest times (based on the number of heats to get to 8 total participants) will advance to the finals on Saturday. For all other running events, timed finals are the format. The best times from all the heats or sections in a respective running event determine final places in that event.

Competition on Saturday begins at 9:00 a.m. with the finals of the hurdles followed immediately by the finals of the 100 meter dash. Those eight races should be completed by 9:30. Running events will then resume with the 4 x 200 relay and run continuously throughout the day. After the conclusion of the 4 x 200 relay, then the 4 x 100 relay will be held, followed by the 200 meter dash; the 800 meter run and then the 4 x 400 meter relay. A short lunch break is scheduled after the 4 x100 and before the start of the 200 meter dash.  Field events that are not held on Friday will also get started at 9:00 a.m. on Saturday and will also continue throughout the day. The event is expected to conclude around 5:30 p.m. on Saturday. The complete time schedule for the weekend is available at the following link:

https://www.iesa.org/activities/tr/IESA-TR_Schedule.pdf

Results will be updated continuously throughout the weekend and all final results should be available by 7:30 p.m. Saturday evening, weather permitting, on the IESA home page: www.iesa.org.  Final results for all events that are concluded on Friday will be available Friday evening.

Single-session tickets will be on sale at the stadium each day. Tickets are priced at $10.00 for adults and $5.00 for students K-8 and seniors. Gates open to the general public at 9:30 a.m. Friday and at 7:30 a.m. Saturday. Fans are given a wristband to wear that allows patrons to exit and re-enter. The wristband must be worn at all times.

Gates for the competitors and teams will open at 9:00 a.m. on Friday and 7:00 a.m. on Saturday. The Parade of Athletes will take place on Friday at 10:15 a.m. and at 8:20 a.m. on Saturday. The parade is a chance for the competitors to walk the track with their team amidst applause, music, and cheers from coaches, parents, family, and fans. At the conclusion of the Parade of Champions, the Athlete Oath will be read by four athletes who will be competing in this year's meet.  

On Friday, Addison Swadinsky from Deer Creek Mackinaw and Annie Wirth from Geneseo will read the Athlete Oath. In 2018, Swadinsky ran the 400 meter dash and placed 9th. Wirth won both the high jump and long jump in 2018 and will be looking to duplicate that feat again this year 

On Saturday, Gabe Zeigler-Harris from East Peoria Central and Libby Saloga from Sugar Grove Kaneland Harter will read the Athlete Oath. Zeigler-Harris ran in the 100 and 200 as a 7th grader in 2018 while Saloga ran in the 400 and placed 1st in the pole vault last year. Both have qualified in the same events in 2019.

All athletes who place 1-8 in their respective event will be recognized on the infield after the conclusion of their event. The time schedule has periods built into it for presentation of the medals to the individuals and relay team members. 

Fans are encouraged to visit the FanZone icon on the IESA home page for information that spectators should know regarding the meet.

Should weather impact the meet, any rescheduling that might be needed will be posted on the IESA website.

For more information, please contact IESA Associate Executive Director and Track and Field Administrator Nicole Schaefbauer, nicole@iesa.org.

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The semi-final games in the Boy's Baseball Regional Tourney are having a location change. Due to poor field conditions, the games will take place Northeast Park (1200 N Main St.) in Kewanee. The game times are still the same at 4:30.

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The Kewanee Boilermakers Varsity Softaball team fell in their IHSA semi-final clash with the Mercer County Golden Eagles yesterday. The game, held in Knoxville, was a close one with Mercer only scoring three runs throughout. Unfortunately for Kewanee, they were unable to score any runs. Mercer flew away with the win, 3-0.

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Lindsey Edwards, a senior at Kewanee High School has signed a Letter of Intent to compete at Augustana College, Home of the Vikings, with a degree focus as a part of the Drama & Theater Department next year.

 

In the attached picture:

 

Front: Marisa Romanelli {KHS Drama & Theater Coach}, Lindsey Edwards,  Heather Olalde {KHS Theater & GI Coach}

Back: Johnny Williams {Theater Coach}, Larry Flannery, KHS Director of Special Events, and Ellen Johnson {Summer Theater Coach}

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Kewanee Girls Basketball will be holding their summer instructional skills basketball camp starting on June 1st 9am-12pm for 4-6 grade girls and 1-4pm for 7-8 grade girls in Brockman Gym. 

 

The cost is $20 and it includes a t-shirt, snacks, and prizes.

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The Orion Chargers varsity softball team claimed victory against Hall yesterday. The Chargers dominated throughout the game, scoring in almost every inning at bat. Hall could only gain two runs in thier losing effort. The final score was 10-2.

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The Annawan/Wethersfield Lady Titans Varsity softball team fell to the Rockridge Rockets yesterday during an IHSA regional bout. The Rockets were in control since the second and third innings, scoring two runs in each inning. Unfortunately for the Lady Titans, they just couldn't come back. They only scored one run in the sixth. The Rockets won the game 4-1.

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Two Three Rivers Athletic conference records were broken at a boys' conference track meet that was held last Friday.


The first was from the 4 X 100 Meter Relay. The Hall team, consisting of Steven Brust (12), Anthony Buchanan (12), Ethan Cattani (12) and Marshall Walker (11) ended their race with a time of 43.51 seconds.


The second comes out of the Pole Vault, with Kyle Kruthoff, of the Erie/Prophetstown team. The Erie student broke his own record from last year with 15-00.00.

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The Bureau Valley boys varsity baseball team could not pull off a key victory against the Kewanne Boilmakers yesterday during their IHSA regional bout, which was held in Kewanee. The game started off strong for both sides but went into Kewanee's favor when they scored eleven runs in the bottom of the third. Even though Kewanee had more errors, with 3, Bureau couldn't pick up the slack and fell to Kewanee 7-18 in the fifth.

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The Annawan/Wethersfield Lady Titans varsity softball team were victorious in their post-season battle against the Knoxville Blue Bullets yesterday. The game was quite even until the top of the 4th when the Lady Titans scored three runs and were able to hold thier lead to the end of the game. The Lady Titans had eight total hits, while the Blue Bullets only had one. The final score was 3-0, Lady Titans.

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The Annawan-Wethersfield Lady Titans were unable to cinch a victory during either of thier high school girls double header JV softball games against Mercer County at home this past Friday. The first game was under the control of Mercer throughout with the Golden Eagles scoring in the first inning. The Lady Titans tried to comeback in the sixth but could not pull, losing the first game 5-4.


The second game did not start off on the right foot either for the Lady Titans, with Mercer scoring nine runs in the first inning. From their the Lady Titans tried to play catch up but could not pull it off, finishing the game in a losing effort 12-7.

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2019 Boys Three Rivers Conference Meet


Hosted By Princeton High School


Friday May 10, 2019

 

NOTE: Boys that preformed over or under their State Qualifying Standard are flagged "QUAL" 

Boys 100 Meter Dash Finals  (State Qualifying Standard for 1A is 11.38)

 

 1. Marshall Walk, HALL, 11.18, QUAL; 2. Steven Brust, HALL, 11.36, QUAL; 3. Connor McBride, NEW, 11.50; 4. Melcon DeJesus, KEW, 11.60; 5. Collyn Walters, PRIN, 11.66; 6. D'Angelo Moody, SHER, 11.75; 7. Austin Torri, STBE, 11.83; 8. Drew Harp, PRIN, 12.02; 9. Mac Nugent, BUVA, 12.12; 10. Ian Ausdal, SHER, 12.18; 11. Alex Anderson, MORR, 12.23; 12. Greg Wolf, KEW, 12.26; 13. Niko Zarlatanes, ROCK, 12.28; 14. Eathan Long, FULT, 12.29; 15. Christian Slater, E-P, 12.31; 16. Ethan Sramek, STBE, 12.31; 17. Justice Brainerd, MORR, 12.41; 18. Drew Spencer, BUVA, 12.49; 19. Brent Tate, E-P, 12.53; 20. Devin Gephart, RIVER, 12.59; 21. Nathan Monzon, ORION, 12.87; 22. Colby Lape, ROCK, 12.91; 23. Zach Dykstra, FULT, 12.99; 24. Josh Karpel, ORION, 14.46; 25. Ryan Heuerman, NEW, 15.01

 

Boys 200 Meter Dash  (State Qualifying Standard for 1A is 23.12)

 1. Marshall Walk, HALL, 22.73, QUAL; 2. Connor McBride, NEW, 23.13; 3. Levi Miles, SHER, 23.32; 4. Melcon DeJesus, KEW, 23.35; 5. Austin Torri, STBE, 23.51; 6. Conner Workman, PRIN, 23.53; 7. Collyn Walters, PRIN, 23.74; 8. Nick Allen, MORR, 24.00; 9. Kale Barnett, BUVA, 24.32; 10. Alex Anderson, MORR, 24.40; 11. Eric Robinson, E-P, 24.65; 12. Greg Wolf, KEW, 24.71; 13. Logan Murley, ROCK, 24.96; 14. Alec Noyd, ORION, 25.02; 15. Thomas Rollason, ROCK, 25.09; 16. Eathan Long, FULT, 25.23; 17. Hunter Bambauer, ORION, 25.36; 18. Ian Ausdal, SHER, 25.47; 19. Cody Lamb, RIVER, 25.58; 20. Brady Partington, 
 NEW, 26.02; 21. Devin Gephart, RIVER, 26.48; 22. Zach Dykstra, FULT, 26.54

 

Boys 400 Meter Dash  (State Qualifying Standard for 1A is 52.09)

 1. Max Weidel, E-P, 50.59, QUAL; 2. Devin Soldati, HALL, 50.69, QUAL; 3. Koby Brackemeyer, MORR, 50.82, QUAL; 4. Melcon DeJesus, KEW, 51.40; 5. Nick Shuda, ROCK, 52.30; 6. Nathan Mickley, MORR, 52.33; 7. Alex Gustaf, E-P, 52.91; 8. Gabe Rogers, ROCK, 53.51; 9. Levi Miles, SHER, 54.17; 10. Camden Sellers, ORION, 55.05; 11. Clayton Browning, ORION, 55.70; 12. Lucas Butterfield, RIVER, 56.22; 13. Timmy Croissant, STBE, 57.60; 14. Noah Huizenga, RIVER, 58.02; 15. Mario Passini, NEW, 58.09; 16. Alex May, PRIN, 58.11; 17. Daniel Moreno, HALL, 58.92; 18. Josh Grob, STBE, 59.14; 19. Arden Clauss, SHER, 59.56; 20. Max Taylor, PRIN, 1:00.26; 21. Aiden Steinhauer, FULT, 1:03.06; 22. Rhett Oetting, NEW, 1:13.14; 23. Dom Everson, FULT, 1:14.39

 

Boys 800 Meter Run  (State Qualifying Standard for 1A is 2:02.65)

 1. Hunter Newman, MORR, 2:02.20, QUAL; 2. Chris Link, E-P, 2:04.35; 3. Ryan Wegerer, ORION, 2:06.74; 4. Corbin Crippen, SHER, 2:09.84; 5. Jacob Belha, SHER, 2:10.36; 6. Nick Allen, MORR, 2:10.51; 7. Niko Powe, KEW, 2:10.56; 8. Curt Fitzgerald, STBE, 2:13.08; 9. Travis Hughes, FULT, 2:16.16; 10. Jack Redlinger, ROCK, 2:16.75; 11. Reece Bohms, PRIN, 2:16.88; 12. Zeben Parochetti, HALL, 2:16.92; 13. Davey Dietz, BUVA, 2:17.31; 14. Jake May, PRIN, 2:19.30; 15. Anthony Hernandez, STBE, 2:22.72; 16. Colin Vanstechelman, KEW, 2:23.61; 17. Jeffrey Linley, BUVA, 2:24.18; 18. Easton Day, RIVER, 2:24.68; 19. Antonio Gassman, NEW, 2:26.18; 20. Eli Dunne, HALL, 2:29.25; 21. Eli Kayser, ORION, 2:31.49; 22. Cole McCabe, ROCK, 2:34.01; 23. Kaden Welty, NEW, 2:39.20; 24. Zach Darsidan, FULT, 2:42.67

 

Boys 1600 Meter Run  (State Qualifying Standard for 1A is 4:39.50)

 1. Spencer Mauch, NEW, 4:35.18, QUAL; 2. Shay Hafner, NEW, 4:39.75; 3. Tyler Kibling, ROCK, 4:45.98; 4. Chris Link, E-P, 4:50.36; 5. Jacob Belha, SHER, 4:51.53; 6. Ben Deneve, E-P, 4:56.17; 7. Trent Scharpman, ORION, 4:57.05; 8. Daniel Yanez, HALL, 4:59.04; 9. Andy Wampler, ORION, 5:01.84; 10. Aiden Friant, RIVER, 5:07.68; 11. Luke Peacock, PRIN, 5:08.12; 12. Ryder Roelf, SHER, 5:12.84; 13. Calvin DeSplinter, KEW, 5:14.97; 14. Kaden Crowther, HALL, 5:27.18; 15. Daniel Begyn, ROCK, 5:28.40; 16. Sam Stephan, FULT, 5:31.10; 17. Noah Ford, FULT, 5:44.15; 18. Mack Williams, PRIN, 5:50.09; 19. Ben Nelson, RIVER, 5:53.09; 20. Connor Bryan, KEW, 6:03.17; 21. Nolan Housenga, MORR, 6:31.40

 

Boys 3200 Meter Run  (State Qualifying Standard for 1A is 10:10.33)

 1. Spencer Mauch, NEW, 9:46.20, QUAL; 2. Shay Hafner, NEW, 9:50.61, QUAL; 3. Ben Deneve, E-P, 10:44.09; 4. Luke Peacock, PRIN, 10:56.62; 5. Colin Vanstechelman, KEW, 11:15.84; 6. Andrew Bomleny, E-P, 11:23.45; 7. Gabe Johnson, KEW, 11:25.45; 8. Cameron Overton, RIVER, 11:30.97; 9. Daniel Yanez,  HALL, 11:33.64; 10. Kaden Crowther, HALL, 11:47.27; 11. Adam Brimeyer, SHER, 11:49.87; 12. Colin Meisenburg, ORION, 12:00.05; 13. Peyton Braderich, SHER, 12:10.15; 14. Cullen Langley, ORION, 12:23.63; 15. Bobby Bickle, ROCK, 12:23.68; 16. Gavyn Marshall, ROCK, 12:32.05; 17. Eli Crouch, PRIN, 12:40.53

 

Boys 110 Meter Hurdles

 1. Nathan Allen, PRIN, 16.15; 2. Ryan Mack, SHER, 16.50; 3. Zach Roebuck, STBE, 16.54; 4. Dalton Cathcart, RIVER, 16.89; 5. Gavyn White, SHER, 16.99; 6. Anthony Miller, FULT, 17.49; 7. Noel Velazquez, KEW, 17.74; 8. Hunter Locke, ROCK, 18.83; 9. Christian Kinnamon, PRIN, 19.02; 10. John Cato, RIVER, 19.23; 11. Jerry Piccolo, HALL, 19.41; 12. Isaac Goodson, E-P, 19.51; 13. Tristan Toppert, FULT, 19.98; 14. Jeff Delaney, HALL, 20.61

 

Boys 300 Meter Hurdles  (State Qualifying Standard for 1A is 41.64)

 1. Ryan Mack, SHER, 41.38, QUAL; 2. Nathan Allen, PRIN, 41.60; 3. Zach Roebuck, STBE, 41.67; 4. Brady Wolf, MORR, 42.65; 5. Gavyn White, SHER, 42.67; 6. Caleb Spranger, ORION, 43.27; 7. Dalton Cathcart, RIVER, 43.43; 8. Noel Velazquez, KEW, 44.37; 9. Tyler Holdorf, E-P, 44.82; 10. Christian Kinnamon, PRIN, 45.42; 11. Hunter Locke, ROCK, 46.49; 12. Tanner Englehaupt, HALL, 47.39; 13. Tristan Toppert, FULT, 47.46; 14. Ben Lantz, E-P, 47.84; 15. Anthony Miller, FULT, 48.75; 16. Layton Britt, BUVA, 50.03; 17. Jerry Piccolo, HALL, 50.39; 18. John Cato, RIVER, 51.04; 19. Duncan Lawler, STBE, 52.50; 20. Keagan Anderson, KEW, 56.84

 

Boys 4 x 100 Meter Relay  (State Qualifying Standard for 1A is 44.52)
                                                    (Old conference record was 43.65)
 
 1. Hall (Steven Brust, Anthony Buchanan, Ethan Cattani, Marshall Walk), 43.51 NEW RECORD, QUAL; 2. Sherrard (Ryan Mack, Carson Caldwell, Michael Moritz, Levi Miles), 45.14; 3. Princeton (Logan Glancy, Ethan Thompson, Keegan Fogarty, Collyn Walters), 45.31; 4. Newman  (Connor McBride, Nate Ahlers, Owen McBride, Kory Mullen), 45.39; 5. Bureau Valley (Drew Spencer, Mac Nugent, Kale Barnett, Tucker Hartz), 45.78; 6. Orion (Ryan Fowler, Hunter Bambauer, Alec Noyd, Caleb Spranger), 45.95; 7. Erie-Prophetstown (Sonny Ramirez, Eric Robinson, Kadin Jacobs, Alex Gustaf), 46.33; 8. St. Bede (Timmy Croissant, Zach Roebuck, Ethan Sramek, Austin Torri), 46.56; 9. Morrison (Alex Anderson, Thomas Dauphin, Brady Wolf, Justice Brainerd), 46.81; 10. Fulton (Eathan Long, Michael Apostolos, Joey Huizenga, Tristan Toppert), 47.20; 11. Rockridge (Niko Zarlatanes, Thomas Rollason, Logan Murley, Colby Lape), 47.70; 12. Riverdale (David Arney, Cody Lamb, Devin Gephart, Jason Smith), 49.15

 

Boys 4 x 200 Meter Relay

 1. Princeton (Eli Grundman, Ethan Thompson, Conner Workman, Collyn Walters), 1:34.04; 2. Newman (Connor McBride, Owen McBride, Kory Mullen, Nate Ahlers), 1:35.44; 3. Morrison (Alex Anderson, Thomas Dauphin, Brady Wolf, Justice Brainerd), 1:35.97; 4. St. Bede (Zach Roebuck, Anton Cain, Ethan Sramek, Austin Torri), 1:36.61; 5. Erie-Prophetstown (Kadin Jacobs, Levi Cole, Cameron Stout, Eric Robinson), 1:37.16; 6. Sherrard (D'Angelo Moody, Michael Moritz, Carson Caldwell, Ben Kissner), 1:37.91; 7. Orion (Ryan Fowler, Hunter Bambauer, Alec Noyd, Caleb Spranger), 1:39.29; 8. Riverdale (David Arney, Cody Lamb, Carter Wainwright, Jason Smith), 1:39.54; 9. Bureau Valley (Mac Nugent, Drew Spencer, Layton Britt, Tucker Hartz), 1:39.94; 10. Fulton (Eathan Long, Michael Apostolos, Joey Huizenga, Hunter Gossard), 1:41.11; 11. Kewanee (Noel Velazquez, Tim Nolan, Isaac Morales, Greg Wolf), 1:41.81

 

Boys 4 x 400 Meter Relay  (State Qualifying Standard for 1A is 3:33.81)

 1. Morrison (Nathan Mickley, Koby Brackemeyer, Thomas Dauphin, Hunter Newman), 3:27.91, QUAL; 2. Rockridge (Niko Zarlatanes, Gabe Vroman, Sam Whittington, Gabe Rogers), 3:32.29, QUAL; 3. Erie-Prophetstown Panthers (Alex Gustaf, Cameron Stout, Tyler Holdorf, Max Weidel), 3:34.42; 4. Sherrard (Ryan Mack, Gavyn White, Eli Bernier, D'Angelo Moody), 3:35.34; 5. Orion (Ryan Fowler, Caleb Spranger, Camden Sellers, Ryan Wegerer), 3:35.71; 6. Princeton (Eli Grundman, Keegan Fogarty, Ethan Thompson, Nathan Allen), 3:36.91; 7. Newman (Kory Mullen, Connor Simpson, Jacob Donald, Nate Ahlers), 3:39.29; 8. Riverdale (Jason Smith, Jacob Meloan, Dalton Cathcart, David Arney ), 3:44.80; 9. St. Bede (Anthony Hernandez, Nick Lough, Curt Fitzgerald, Timmy Croissant), 3:50.11; 10. Hall (Christian Stefaniak, Daniel Moreno, Ethan Cattani, Devin Soldati), 3:52.66; 11. Bureau Valley (Brady Higgins, Jeffrey Linley, Drew Spencer, Davey Dietz), 3:53.46; 12. Fulton (Hunter Gossard, Anthony Miller, Travis Hughes, Kyle Schipper), 3:56.75

 

Boys 4 x 800 Meter Relay  (State Qualifying Standard for 1A is 8:33.46)

 1. Morrison (Hunter Newman, Nick Allen, Nathan Mickley, Koby Brackemeyer), 8:19.76, QUAL; 2. Erie-Prophetstown (Darien Voeltz, Max Weidel, Tyler Holdorf, Chris Link), 8:30.59, QUAL; 3. Orion (Trent Scharpman, Andy Wampler, Camden Sellers, Ryan Wegerer), 8:30.87, QUAL; 4. Rockridge (Gabe Vroman, Tyler Kibling, Nick Shuda, Gabe Rogers), 8:36.34; 5. Sherrard (Jacob Belha, Corbin Crippen, Eli Bernier, Jordan Maynard), 8:47.92; 6. Newman (Jacob Donald, Noah Welty, Connor Simpson, Ben Sheats), 8:57.38; 7. St. Bede (Anthony Hernandez, Nick Lough, Beau Bonnell, Curt Fitzgerald), 9:05.94; 8. Princeton (Jake May, Reece Bohms, Mack Williams, Dillion Forbeck), 9:23.88; 9. Hall (Daniel Yanez, Eli Dunne, Daniel Moreno, Zeben Parochetti), 9:34.50; 10. Bureau Valley (Layton Britt, Davey Dietz, Brady Higgins, Jeffrey Linley), 9:51.04; 11. Riverdale (Aiden Friant, Caden Ludin, Parker Friant, Ben Nelson), 10:42.86; 12. Kewanee (Sebastian Gomez, Cavius Reed, Austin Hall, Billy Huggins), 11:42.15

 

Boys High Jump  (State Qualifying Standard for 1A is 6'-1")
                          (State Qualifying Standard for 2A is 6'-2")
                                              (Conference record is 6'-6")

 1. Levi Cole, E-P, 6-06, TIED RECORD, QUAL; 2. Kavon Russell, KEW, 6-04, QUAL; 3. Trevor Cobo, E-P, 6-00; 4. Colton Minch, SHER, J6-00; 5. Duncan Lawler, STBE, 5-10; 5. Sam Whittington, ROCK, 5-10; 7. Mac Nugent, BUVA, J5-10; 8. Michael Apostolos, FULT, 5-06; 9. Max Taylor, PRIN, 5-04; 9. Nathan Allen, PRIN, 5-04; 9. Gabe Rogers, ROCK, 5-04; 9. Tanner Englehaupt, HALL, 5-04; 9. Danzel linton, SHER, 5-04

 

Boys Pole Vault  (State Qualifying Standard for 1A is 12'-3")
                         (State Qualifying Standard for 2A is 13'-0")
                                    (Old conference record was 14'-4")

 1. Kyle Kruthoff, E-P, 15-00, NEW RECORD, QUAL; 2. Eli Grundman, PRIN, 14-06R, QUAL; 3. Cameron Abell, E-P, 13-06, QUAL; 4. Kale Barnett, BUVA, 12-06, QUAL; 5. Reid Smith, PRIN, 11-00; 6. Trent Scharpman, ORION, 10-06; 7. Xander Gruszeczka, KEW, 10-00; 8. Carson Caldwell, SHER, J10-00; 9. Jacob Hanson, SHER, J10-00; 10. Keagan Anderson, KEW, 9-00; 11. Layton Britt, BUVA, 8-06; 12. Camden Sellers, ORION, 8-00; 12. Caleb Savitch, HALL, 8-00

 

Boys Long Jump

 1. Conner Workman, PRIN, 20-04; 2. Kavon Russell, KEW, 20-01.50; 3. Kale Barnett, BUVA, 19-08.50; 4. David Arney, RIVER, 19-05; 5. D'Angelo Moody, SHER, 19-04; 6. Nate Ahlers, NEW, 19-03.50; 7. Eric Robinson, E-P, 19-01.50; 8. Sonny Ramirez, E-P, 19-01; 9. Tucker Hartz, BUVA, 19-00

 

Boys Triple Jump

 1. Conner Workman, PRIN, 42-08.5; 2. Caleb Spranger, ORION, 40-07; 3. Levi Cole, E-P, 38-08.5; 4. Tucker Hartz, BUVA, 38-07.50; 5. Levi Miles, SHER, 38-04; 6. Michael Apostolos, FULT, 37-10; 7. Zack Bosi, HALL, 37-05.50; 8. Ben Kissner, SHER, 37-05; 9. Kyle Schipper, FULT, 37-03.5

 

Boys Shot Put  (State Qualifying Standard for 1A is 47'-10")
                         (State Qualifying Standard for 2A is 48'-6")

 1. Logan Lee, ORION, 54-05, QUAL; 2. Joe Green, BUVA, 49-02, QUAL; 3. Kyle Degutis, PRIN, 48-00.50; 4. Grant Foes, PRIN, 45-07.75; 5. Trevor Pratt, E-P, 44-09.50; 6. Ryan Parchert, ROCK, 44-08.50; 7. Xavier Crowe, KEW, 44-08; 8. Dillion Lamb, RIVER, 43-04.50; 9. Eric Schoff, BUVA, 42-04.50

 

Boys Discus Throw  (State Qualifying Standard for 1A is 140'-8")
                              (State Qualifying Standard for 2A is 144'-5")

 1. Logan Lee, ORION, 159-03, QUAL; 2. Joe Green, BUVA, 147-02, QUAL; 3. Grant Foes, PRIN, 143-01; 4. Cameron Gerischer, ROCK, 140-05; 5. Niko Zarlatanes, ROCK, 134-11; 6. Owen Beckett, RIVER, 128-04; 7. Pierce Miller, PRIN, 125-07; 8. Xavier Crowe, KEW, 123-05; 9. Blake Misfeldt, E-P, 121-04

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New Kewanee High School Football Coach Bradley Swanson has announced that he will hold a weightlifing clinic for Kewanee High School Football players this Sunday, May 19th from 3 Pm to 4 Pm at Goods Gym at Kewanee High School. This clinic is open to all incoming Freshman, Sophomores, Juniors and Seniors for Fall 2019 at Kewanee High School. 

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The Geneseo Lady Leafs defeated DeKalb in girls high school softball action on Tuesday afternoon by a final of 11-5.

It was a big day at the plate for Bailey Mitchell who went 3 for 3 with 2 home runs, 2 runs scored and 6 RBI.

Eden McAvoy also hit a home run with 2 RBI.

More good news for Geneseo as Delaney Ostrowski appears to be back from her recent rib injury going 4 for 4 at the plate with 2 RBI.

Ostrowski also picked up the victory on the mound going four and a third innings giving up all five runs for the Barbs while striking out 6 with no walks issued.

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The Kewanee Boilergirls were defeated in high school softball action on Tuesday afternoon by a final of 8-2 in five innings.

The game was played on Case Field at Northeast Park in a steady rain and the Boilergirls collected 5 hits and 3 errors on the day.

The Boilergirls 2 RBI came from Josie DeBord and Lillie DeBord.

Kendall Bennison took the loss on the mound going all 5 innings giving up 4 earned runs on 8 hits with 3 strike outs and 4 walks.   

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