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The Cuba Free Press Sports IB May 6, 2004 MS girls finish third the Cuba Invitational By Chris Case Assistant Editor Cuba Middle School girls took third Cuba Invitational meet held afternoon. The Lady Wildcats 49 team points, good enough for a tie with Wood Middle School. finished first among nine teams with 94 points, and took second with 91.5 points. had two first place finishes: The relay team took gold in 4:49 and Kruse took first in the 800 run (2:46). She also placed fourth in the high jump at four feet, four inches. Also scoring for the Cuba girls were: Elana Pettigrew, 100 dash, sixth, 14.58; 4X200 relay, third, 2:03.13; 4X100 relay, fourth, 1:01.22; Lauren Herman, 400 dash, second, 1:08.62; Herman, triple jump, fourth, 25 feet, five inches; and Lesa Ray, 200 dash, fiRh, 30.80. The boys finished fifth out of 12 teams competing at the Cuba meet. They scored 37 team points, well behind Waynesville, who lead with 90 points. The 4X400 relay team posted the best finish for the boys team, taking second in 4:16.19. The 4X200 relay took third in 1:49.16 and A.J. Harman had the best individual finish, taking third in the triple jump at 32 feet, three inches. Other top finishes for the boys were: David Turntine, 1600 run, fourth, 5:34; 4X100 relay, fourth, 53.65; Zac Sego, fourth in the 400 dash (1:01.29), fifth in the 100 dash (12.92), and sixth in the 200 dash (27.24); Charlie Brockway, high jump, fifth, four feet, 10 inches; and A.J. Hughes, 100 hurdles, fifth, 18.02. breaks record, girls take second the varsity girls and up m second place Invitational Beet on April 27. The 148 points to finish Crystal City (167), and put 136 points on the to finish behind r Eaton beat her own record in the 300 hur- in gold in 51.81. She second in the 100 hurdles (17..70) and second in the triple jump (28 feet, 11 inches). The girls relay teams con- tinued to perform well, as they have all season long. The 4X800 team finished first in 11:15.76; the 4X400 team fin- ished third in 4:51.17; and the 4X200 relay team took fourth in 2:01.08. Other top finishes for the girls included: Lucy Herman, 400 dash, second, 1:09.39; Sarah Foster, 400 dash, third, 1:10.17; Megan Monda, 300 hurdles, third, 54.94; Christina Harman, 300 hur- dles, fourth, 58.39; Brittani Payne, pole vault, second, six feet, six inches; Danielle Bond, pole vault, third, six feet; Rachel Reed, high jump, third, four feet, six inches; Harman, triple jump, fourth, 28 feet, five inches. Jasmine Bowles looks forward to GVC Meet By Chris Case Assistant Editor Mark Ness is brimming with "quiet headed into Saturday's Gasconade COnference track meet in Steelville. He both the girls and boys squads have a to make an impact going into dis- though the boys finished second to at the Viburnum Invitational on Ness thinks theyql do better against this weekend. have my varsity field guys throwing at Viburnum," he explained. "I wanted to get some JV players into a meet. So I feel pretty good about our chances. Viburnum has some good athletes, but we're deep throughout this roster in just about every area." The coach said he was surprised by how much athletes such as freshman Jeremy Prince, soph- omore Luke Eikermann, and senior foreign exchange student Johannes Poggi have con- tributed to this year's team. '/ou never know who will step up every year, and these guys were a pleasant surprise for me," he said. The GVC Meet begins at 10:30 a.m. at Community Park in Steelville. also took second in the 1600 run (6:06), third in the 800 run (2:44.08), and third in the 3200 run (13:36.63). Lauren Bacon added fourth place finishes in the 1600 run (6:27.03) and the 3200 run (14:10.34). The boys relays at Viburnum were all but domi- nated by Cuba, who finished first in the 4X800 (9:14.58), first in the 4X100 (46.25), first in the 4X400 (3:46.51), and sec- ond in the 4X200 (1:37.75). Mike Morales took gold in the 110 hurdles (16.09); Luke Eikermann finished third in the 100 dash (11.53) and third in the 200 dash (24.07); Barry Hicks was second in the 800 run (2:18.19); Jeremy Prince took second in the 400 dash (54.26); Shane Forsman vault- ed his way to a second place medal (10 feet, six inches); Ryan Turntine was second in the triple jump (38 feet); Johannes Poggi third in the 300 hurdles (45.12); John Rodgers fourth in the high jump (five feet, four inches); and Jake Breese fourth in the 1600 run (5:14.32). rosters announced for summer ball T-Ball Wood Edgar McGinnis, Dante Jacob Bouse, Chase Gage Schrader, J.C. is, Ellyn Nickleson, Farace, Courtney Bright, Caitlyn Phipps. 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Horsefield Chds Case photo Paige Kruse carries the baton in the 4X200 relay at Cuba Monday afternoon. The Lady Wildcats finished third in 2:03.13. Teams take sixth at Rolla The Cuba boys finished 'sixth out of 19 teams at the Rolla Invitational on May 1. The girls also ranked sixth out of 19 teams. The top finish for the boys came in the 4X100 relay, when the team took second in 47.05. Josh Heppermann also medaled, taking third in the discus with a throw of 123 feet, five inches. The 4X200 relay squad finished fourth in 1:36.26; the 4X400 relay team was fourth in 3:48.06; Todd Weber ranked fourth in the shot put with a toss of 45 feet, seven inches; and Mike Morales got fourth in the 300 hurdles in 46.41. In girls' competition, the Lady Wildcats placed second in the 4X800 relay (11:29.27); Lindsay Eaton was third in the 300 hurdles (52.83) and fourth in the 110 hurdles (18.19); Lucy Herman was fourth in the 800 run (2:44); and the 4X800 relay squad placed fourth (13:48). Eickelmann shoots a 38 for second place Cuba varsity golfers fin- ished second among three teams competing in Monday's Gasconade Valley Conference Tournament at Cuba Lakes Country Club. Cuba scored 173 as a team, good enough for a second-place finish behind Bourbon's top 170 team score. Viburnum did not have enough golfers to qualify as a team. Myles Beckett of Bourbon had the day's best round of golf, scoring 35 through nine holes of play. Ryan Eickelmann shot a 37 to pace the Wildcats, and Caleb Tiefenauer shot a 38 to lead the Blue Jays. Caleb Gaston shot 41, Andrew Cason 47, and Michelle Hewkin 48 all for the Cuba team. The Wildcats played at the district tournament Wednesday, but results were not available for this week's paper. Look for scores and highlights next week. C 9 "-- - :'-=]":' Perfect condition for $12,500! 002 Chew Monte Carlo. This sporty 2 door is a clas- sic & nicely equipped. 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