Clifton-Clyde wins three team championships

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Clifton-Clyde wins three team championships

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Clifton-Clyde eighth grader Gabe Walter rounds the corner in the 1600 meter race on his way to a gold medal in the event. Hanover’s Cole Meyer was by his side and Washington County’s Drake Phillips was close behind.

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Riana Spiehs, a Linn sixth grader, hurls the shot in the seventh grade shot put event.

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Oliver Nobert hands off to Drayden Reed during the 4x200 relay. The Clifton-Clyde team won the event in the seventh grade boys’ division.

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From left, WCJH’s Kiersten Tholstrup, Hanover’s Anna Jueneman and Clifton-Clyde’s Jessica Ostermann take off from the starting line in the 100 meter sprint.

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Whitley Sikes, right, led the pack in the 800 for the win. Behind her is Washington County’s Kiersten Tholstrup and Clifton-Clyde’s Elisa Sorell, left.

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Photos by DAN THALMANN / WCN

Matthew Kern releases the shot during the eighth grade boys’ contest.

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Trenton Zenger clears the bar in the pole vault. The WCJH eighth grader won the event.

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Clifton-Clyde’s Lily Steinbrock, who has the CCMS record, had a great start in the 100 hurdles, but hit the last hurdle which allowed Valley Heights’ Toerber and Clifton-Clyde’s Shea Wurtz to pass her up.

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Cegan Atkins, a Hanover eighth grader, finished her undefeated season in high jump with a BVL win by clearing 5-0.

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Linn’s 7th grade boys 4x100 relay won the BVL. Runners were, on left, Hunter Weaver, Nick Rosebaugh, Ethan Bott and Gavin Turk.

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Claire Beikmann hands off to Sophia Bott in the 4x200 relay. The Linn team won the event as well as the medley relay along with teammates Megan Beier and Ella thalmann.

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