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this level, they hit every mistake hard.” Frain said it was stressful to quickly warm up in the fourth inning when Frain

Cue was injured. Originally, she was projected to start the second game. “I had about five minutes to warm up when she was laying on the ground,” Frain said, “but I was worried about her, too! It was pretty nerve-wracking, but I think I was ready.” South Dakota took the nightcap 12-3 as freshman

Kayla Fields picked up her second win in just her third start of the season. “That was a big step for Kayla,” Frain said. Iowa State (21-23) led the second game 2-0 through three innings. But the Coyote offense exploded for 12 runs during the next four innings, including a three-run homer

by first baseman Yvon Minogue and a two-run shot by Morgan Hancock. The series with Iowa State marked the final non-conference games of the regular season for South Dakota (25-17). The Coyotes return to action Friday for a doubleheader against South Dakota State in Brookings.

Haggerty, SWV, 2:49.13. 4 x 100 relay — 1. Mount Ayr (Grant Staats, Cody Stackhouse, Cal Daughton, Lincoln Martin), 46.35; 8. Southwest Valley (Gunnar McCuen, Tyler Bissell, Colten Drake, Trevor Sorensen), 48.83. 4 x 400 relay — 1. Mount Ayr (Noah Larsen, Kyle Dolecheck, Erik Freed, Rhett Murphy), 3:38.97; 7. Southwest Valley (Tyler Bissell, Gunnar McCuen, Scott Vanderhoof, Tyler Means), 4:09.81.

I-35 Relays TRURO — Nodaway Valley finished one point behind Pride of Iowa Conference foe Interstate 35 to finish in fourth place here Tuesday at the I-35 Relays. The Wolverines finished with 88 team points. East Union placed eighth with 21 points and Lenox finished ninth with eight points. Nodaway Valley won the 4x800 relay with the team of Tanner Armstrong, Dallas Kreager, Jared Corder and Heath Downing. The Wolverines also took second in the 4x400 relay with the team of Corder

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Armstrong, Corder, Baley Shantz and Downing. Freshmen Shane Breheny and Corder also won silver medals for the Wolverines. Breheny took second in the 3,200 meters and Corder finished second in the 400 hurdles.

I-35 Relays Team standings — 1. Clarke 132, 2. Des Moines North 102, 3. Interstate 35 89, 4. Nodaway Valley 88, 5. Central Decatur 55, 6. Martensdale-St. Marys 31, 7. Southeast Warren 29, 8. East Union 21, 9. Lenox 8. Discus — 1. Kooper Brimm, Clarke, 121-5; 4. Jaydn Erlandson, NV, 110-10; 5. Caleb Mueller, NV, 108-5; 7. Brandon Wittstock, EU, 100-0; 9. Spencer Brown, Len, 96-0; 13. Ryan Baudler, NV, 76-8; 15. Jesse Christensen, NV, 66-9. Shot put — 1. Kooper Brimm, Clarke, 44-5; 4. Tyler Kelley, EU, 37-7; 6. Spencer Brown, Len, 36-4; 7. Jaydn Erlandson, NV, 36-0; 11. Brandon Wittstock, EU, 32-2; 12. Ryan Baudler, NV, 31-1.50; 13. Josh Mitchell, Len, 30-9; 18. Jesse Christensen, NV, 25-9. High jump — 1. Gordon Witt, Clarke, 5-8 Long jump — 1. Briar Vogel, I35, 19-8.50; 5. Zach Brewer, NV, 17-7; 8. Dustyn Rauch, Len, 16-8.50; 12. Cory Bennett, Len, 15-9; 13. Tyree Thomas, EU, 14-0.25. 3,200 meters — 1. Dominic Cresta, I35, 10:36.66; 2. Shane Breheny, NV, 10:37.35; 4. Brayten Funke, NV, 11:08.99; 7. Dillon Bennett, Len, 12:37.89. 4 x 800 relay — 1. Nodaway Valley (Tanner Armstrong, Dallas Kreager, Jared Corder,

Heath Downing), 9:02.00; 6. Lenox (Jacob Bolinger, Garrett Brown, Cory Bennett, Hugo Montiel), 9:47.90; East Union (Beau Boswell, Lucas Martinez, Kyle Seales, Casey Walter), 10:41.00. Shuttle hurdle relay — 1. Central Decatur, 1:03.23; 3. Nodaway Valley (Jacob Baudler, Mason Clarke, Zach Brewer, Jaydn Erlandson), 1:14.33; 4. East Union (Sean Schmitz, Brandon Hulsey, Brogan Kinyon, Tyree Thomas), 1:16.79. 100 meters — 1. Moses Dreh, North, 12.08; 5. Nate Andrews, NV, 12.23; 8. Dustyn Rauch, Len, 12.40; 12. Josh Mitchell, Len, 12.71; 14. Mike Ward, EU, 13.03; Carson Cline, Len, 13.63; 16. Beau Weinheimer, NV, 13.66; Spencer Payne, Len, 14.22; 18. Brandon Wittstock, EU, 14.55. 400 meters — 1. Briar Vogel, I35, 53.05; 5. Gabe Nixon, EU, 56.40; 7. Tanner Armstrong, NV, 57.31; 8. Jared Corder, NV, 57.85; 9. Frank Hoffman, Len, 58.58; 12. Riley Haidsiak, Len, 1:00.89; 15. Kyle Seales, EU, 1:05.06. 4 x 200 relay — 1. Des Moines North, 1:36.21; 3. Nodaway Valley (Nate Andrews, Zach Brewer, Baley Shantz, Zach Eblen), 1:42.18; 7. Lenox (Josh Mitchell, Carson Cline, Spencer Brown, Dustin Gordon), 1:48.87; 8. East Union (Beau Boswell, Mike Ward, Tyler Kelley, Brandon Wittstock), 1:50.27. 110 high hurdles — 1. Phillip Hand, MSM, 16.99; 6. Brogan Kinyon, EU, 20.67. 1,600 meters — 1. Rich Wilkins, Clarke, 4:59.38; 3. Heath Downing, NV, 5:04.13; 4. Shane Breheny, NV, 5:04.26; 9. Matt Dickinson, NV, 5:40.97; 10. Dillon Bennett, Len, 5:47.18; 11. Ed Estrella, Len, 7:35.30. 200 meters — 1. Gordon Witt,

Clarke, 24.03; 3. Baley Shantz, NV, 24.20; 9. Dustyn Rauch, Len, 25.40; 10. Dustin Gordon, Len, 25.82; 11. Jonathan Weis, EU, 26.42; Carson Cline, Len, 27.68; Hugo Montiel, Len, 28.34; 15. Lucas Martinez, EU, 28.57; Spencer Payne, Len, 29.82. 400 low hurdles — 1. Gabe Henderson, SEW, 1:02.18; 2. Jared Corder, NV, 1:03.41; 6. Brayten Funke, NV, 1:10.33; 10. Riley Haidsiak, Len, 1:13.72; 11. Brogan Kinyon, EU, 1:13.75. 1,600 medley relay — 1. Des Moines North, 3:57.78; 3. East Union (Brandon Hulsey, Gabe Nixon, Jonathan Weis, Sean Schmitz), 4:07.51; 5. Nodaway Valley (Nate Andrews, Tanner Armstrong, Zach Eblen, Dallas Kreager), 4:23.55; 8. Lenox (Carson Cline, Spencer Brown, Cory Bennett, Garrett Brown), 4:32.16. 800 meters — 1. Gunner Sergeant-Elben, Clarke, 2:13.76; 3. Jacob Bolinger, Len, 2:15.72; 5. Heath Downing, NV, 2:21.61; 6. Shane Breheny, NV, 2:24.66; 11. Beau Weinheimer, NV, 2:40.52; 12. Matt Ross, NV, 2:44.25; 13. Casey Walter, EU, 2:45.27; 14. Tyree Thomas, EU, 2:52.31. 4 x 100 relay — 1. Des Moines North, 45.86; 3. Nodaway Valley (Nate Andrews, Zach Brewer, Baley Shantz, Zach Eblen), 48.19; Lenox (Josh Mitchell, Dustyn Rauch, Frank Hoffman, Dustin Gordon), 48.57; 7. East Union (Beau Boswell, Jonathan Weis, Mike Ward, Tyler Kelley), 51.26. 4 x 400 relay — 1. Des Moines North, 3:46.43; 2. Nodaway Valley (Tanner Armstrong, Jared Corder, Baley Shantz, Heath Downing), 3:48.70; 4. East Union (Brandon Hulsey, Jonathan Weis, Gabe Nixon, Sean Schmitz), 4:05.35.

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Middle school boys track 7th boys CLARINDA — The Creston seventh grade boys p;laced fifth at Clarinda with 39 points.

Team scoring — 1. Maryville, Mo. 91; 2. Harlan 89; 3. Glenwood 84; Clarinda 60; 5. Creston 39. (Creston placings) 100 meters — 4. Kylan Smallwood, 13.93. 100 meter hurdles — 3. Bryce Fitzgerald, 19.43; 4. Landon Gross, 20.82. 1,600 meters — 4. Chris Perry, 5:57.62. 200 meters — 5. Isaac Davis,

31.84. 4x100 relay — 3. Creston (Smallwood, Fitzgerald, others not reported), 57.84. 4x200 relay — 3. Creston (Smallwood, Boyer, Borha, Gist), 1:57.12. 4x400 relay — 3. Creston (Boyer, Patterson, Borha, Gist), 4:44.05. Discus — 2. Zach Hague, 85-3. High jump — 3. Kylan Smallwood, 4-6. Long jump — 4. Dale Boyer, 14-9. Shuttle hurdle relay — 3. Creston (Gist, Patterson, Borha, not available), 1:18.94. Sprint medley relay — 5. Creston (Stow, Davis, Nguyen,

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8th boys CLARINDA — Creston eighth grade boys placed fourth with 29 points at the Cardinal Relays April 17.

Team scoring — 1. Harlan 162; 2. Glenwood 100; 3. Maryville, Mo. 52; 4. Creston 29; 5. Clarinda 26. (Creston placings) 100 meters — 2. Cody Wagner, 12.78. 4x100 relay — 4. Creston (Davis, Downing, Pudenz, not available), 1:09.18. 4x200 relay — 4. Creston (Bierle, Jacobson, Luther, Tomas),

1:53.06. 4x400 relay — 3. Creston (Bierle, Higgins, Tomas, Wagner), 4:26.06. 4x800 relay — 3. Creston (Higgins, Jacobson, Luther, Gift), 10:12.15. Discus — 4. Trevor Downing, 100-7; 6. Tucker Flynn, 94-0. Distance medley relay — 4. Creston (Bargstadt, Pingree, Rounds, Linch), 5:29.30. High jump — 4. Cole Higgins, 5-0. Shot put — 5. Trevor Downing, 37-6.5. Sprint medley relay — 3. Creston (Bierle, Jacobson, Tomas, not available), 1:58.84.

Area soccer Valley wins OAKLAND — The Nodaway Valley/West Central Valley/Adair-Casey girls outshot Riverside 41-6 in a 5-1 victory Monday night. Hailey Gross had two goals and two assists for Valley (6-2), which plays in the Nevada Tournament Saturday.

“We crossed and passed well tonight,” said Valley coach Michael Krawczyk. “Our defense did a good job tonight. The only goal we gave up was a PK for a hand ball in the box.” Valley 5, Riverside 1 NV/WCV/A-C (5) — Hailey Gross, 32:52 first half; Hailey Gross, 26:51 first half; Madi Foster (Hailey Gross assist),

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