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Neighbors Growing Together | Feb 23, 2018

Archers place first at Cedar Rapids Prairie

Feb 06, 2018

Submitted by Kathy Stender

 

CEDAR RAPIDS — Washington High School placed first Saturday, Feb. 3, with a team score of 3377. The other team scores were: Prairie Point 3271, CPU 3179, North Scott 3156, and Jesup 3076.

Alexis Ide led the High School Girls’ Division with a 288 second place finish. Megan Lillie placed third with a 285, Samantha Mellinger placed fifth with a 283, Anna Miller placed sixth with a 283, and Maggie Morgan placed seventh with a 281.

In the high school boys’ division, Braeden Duwa placed third with a 285, Griffin Wood placed fourth with a 283, Mitchell Driscoll placed sixth with a 280, Cooper Reed placed seventh with a 279 and Cody Mellinger placed 10th with a 278.

The Washington Middle School team also placed first with a team score of 3165.

The other team scores were: Jesup 3130, CPU 3129, Cedar Rapids Prairie Point 3084 and South Tama 2931.

Allison Rees led the middle school girls’ division with a fifth place score of 273.

Hayden Janecek placed 13th with a 263 and Kenna Rathmell placed 12th with a 263.

In the boys’ middle school division, Duston Sorrells placed third with a 272, Lane Frana placed fourth with a 272, Curtis Stender placed sixth with a 270 and Brian Fritz placed 10th with a 264.

Lincoln Elementary shot their highest team score of the season with a 2716 and placed 2nd behind South Tama’s score of 2785.

In the elementary girls’ division, Jade Sheetz placed fifth with a 244, Sammy Joo Helfrich placed seventh with a 238, and Madison Conway placed 12th with a 227.

Cashden Pepper led the elementary boys’ division with his 244, first place finish.

Kaden Read placed third with a 241, Blake Sheetz placed fourth with a 222, Blaine Hodson placed fifth with a 221, Nic Zabel placed sixth with a 220, Quintyn Garibay placed seventh with a 219 and Carson Ryan placed eighth with a 215.

As of January 29th state rankings, the high school is ranked fifth, the middle school second, and the elementary school is ranked 11th.

All individual and team results can be viewed at nasptournaments.org. Washington’s next tournament on Feb. 17 is at Center Point Urbana.

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