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This is our good friend: In for he moved his family the Davis County Schools in Bloomfield.
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There he was appointed to be their elementary PE teacher and Varsity Coach. Davis County Schools kept him at that position for 22 years and was given duties of Athletic Directorship for another 8 years. In he retired from school duties, but they called him back to be the Junior High Track Coach and have been doing that ever since that appointment. He earned a numerous awards from the IATC: Denny coached 22 State Champions between the years of He has been an umpire and official at the college level with the Missouri Valley, Big 12 and Drake Relays.
He competed in track, throwing the discus and shot and running sprints and middle distance events.
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A story that Augustine ran six miles daily from his farm home to Orient School became a legend in Adair County. Mike died in at the age of His Des Moines East Teams won nine state track titles, five state cross-country championships. He began the program in and retired from head coaching position following the season completing 17 very successful years including a state championship in His Jefferson team won the state championship in and his and teams both gained state runner-up honors.
In his fall track mile team won the state title. Coach Ask was named honorary referee of the 60th Annual Drake Relays in Bab graduated from New Hampton High School as Valedictorian of his class and received an academic scholarship to Univ. Life time record in football — 67 — 29 — 2. Lifetime record in Basket ball — 58 — When asked about Track accomplishments, Bab stated that his best years were at Cedar Falls where he won 81 of 84 meets with 5 or less teams involved.
He has served on the state advisory committee for girls Cross Country in Minnesota; has served as coach for the alumni at the Univ. During his high school career he participated in football, basketball, and track. He earned All-Conference honors in football and track. He qualified for the State rack meet in four events. After graduation Jerry attended Westmar College on a track and football scholarship. He was an all-Conference performer in football for two years. He earned three letters in football and four letters in track.
Jerry graduated from Westmar in with a degree in History. Jerry started his career at Colo, Iowa and then Sutherland, Iowa. During his 43 year career, Jerry has coached football, baseball, track and cross country. His career record during his 8 years as football coach was He had one undefeated season and won a State Championship Mythical at Sutherland. He spent five years as a head baseball coach and won two conference titles while at Sutherland High School.
He has had numerous conference and district hampionship teams. His cross country teams have qualified for the state meet 20 out of the last 21 years with an average finish of th place.
He has two State Championship teams in and In addition his teams were the state runners up in and His teams have won 10 North Central Conference titles. He has won nine North Central Conference titles. He has coached several individual and relay teams that have won state championships. Jerry has been honored by several groups for his career achievements.
Jerry has given of his time in other areas as well. Jerry coached a Cross Country team that competed in China. He was selected as the Chamber of Commerce Teacher of the year.Algona JV Cross Country
He also served as a delegate to the county caucus for four years. Jerry has also served as a starter for track and cross country, an umpire in baseball and softball and a referee in basketball. He also served as the athletic director for several years as well. She was introduced to running at an early age when she and her brothers set sawhorses around the chicken house and practiced running at night as a means of recreation.
The fact that Rolfe did not have a a track did not stop her. She practiced on a one mile grass oval in the center of the golf course that was formerly a horse and buggy racing site. Has contributed countless hours to track and field and to college and high school athletics in Iowa. Bill Bergan, a Cedar Falls, IA native, came to Iowa State University as head cross country and assistant track coach in and became head track coach in The list of athletes who excelled under Bergan include16 Olympians from six different nations.
Bergan, a graduate of Northern Iowa, where he lettered in track and cross country, first coached six seasons at Waterloo Columbus High School. A former NCAA cross country and track and field coach of the year, he earned district coach-of-the-year honors 19 times. Bergan resides in Ames with his wife Karen.
They raised four children; three of them are married, and also have as of four grandchildren. Burl Berry, a center on the football team and later its most valuable player, submitted the winning entry: As a student he was an excellent athlete excelling in football, basketball, and track. Birney was the Head Football Coach for 20 years from until He directed several good football teams, including an undefeated squad in Harold stayed with Track even longer, he coached track from until His track teams excelled.
Birney had also been an honorary Drake Relays judge. Graduated from Waverly High School in where he was a letter winner in football and baseball. After a hitch in the U. He coached for 6 years at Auburn, Iowa, and at the time of his induction, he had coached 31 years at Wellsburg, Iowa. At these two schools Walt accumulated impressive statistics in all sports.
Football 26 years 84 wins — losses — 9 ties Basketball 12 years wins — 88 losses Baseball 6 years wins — 15 losses Track 24 years — His teams have won 47 multiple team meets, he has coached 6 state individual champions, his team placed runner-up at the state meet in Class C, and from through he has coached many individual and relay teams to district championships and state participation. Walt twice has been selected as regional coach of the year and has served on the Upper Iowa University coaching clinic staff.
His wife, Norma, has been very supportive and to these two fine people were born 2 sons and 1 daughter which has given them 7 grandchildren. Truly a dedicated individual who has been coaching for 37 years Walt states: Bill started his long and distinguished officiating career in Over the years he officiated basketball, baseball, softball and track at the high school level.
Also, for 4 years he worked basketball in the Iowa Collegiate Conference. He became an official at the Drake Relays in and is currently an assistant chief umpire. He was recognized on the Drake Wall of Honor in Bill enjoys time with his wife of 51 years, Shirley, their two children and seven grandchildren.
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Inthey had five grandsons playing on five different football teams. Has been involved in Boys and Girls athletics, one way or another, since Officiates at several College Track Meets. Has been an official at the Drake Relays since Received a plaque from Drake for 35 years as a Drake Relays Official in Married to wife Carol and they have four grown children, two sons, David and Steven, and two daughters, Barbara and Joan.
Do you notice a pattern here? Then Darrell Brand makes a commitment to do something, he does it very well and his commitment is anything but short lived. He was the Elementary Principal for 5 years; the Secondary Principal for 27 years and the Athletic Director for 33 years.
He was the varsity football coach for 27 years and led the Montezuma FCA for 20 years. Darrell has always had a love for Track and Field and has been very involved in our sport over his career. He is a long time volunteer at the state meet, serving as a finish line judge, umpire and clerk.
He has served at the Drake Relays for 40 years as both a finish line judge and an umpire; and has been honored for his service by being recognized on the Drake Relays Wall of Honor. After retiring from Montezuma inDarrell joined the coaching staff at Central College in Pella.
Darrell has coached the kickers and punters for the Dutch for 16 years. George Bresnahan University of Iowa George Bresnahan was born in Ida Grove in and after graduating from high school he left the Hawkeye state for Wisconsin, where he became an outstanding runner. After serving in World War 1 George became an assistant coach for the Badgers.
After 3 years in Madison, Bresnahan was offered the head coaching position at the University of Iowa, a position he held from to Bresnahan was internationally renowned for his work in track and field and was appointed assistant coach of the U. Nine of his Iowa athletes earned spots on that team and three of them won gold medals. George Saling in the high hurdles, Ed Gordon in the broad jump and George Baird who ran on the record breaking meter relay team coached by Bresnahan.
In his Hawkeye mile relay team set a National Intercollegiate record of 3: Curran and Terwilliger also were part of that lineup. They will run with the Indians in 2A after placing 11th in 1A last fall.
Overberg, who placed 36th, Lange and Loomis were all part of that unit. Brown is the lone ranked runner for the E-Hawks, sitting at 23rd.
She returns after taking 39th as a junior last year. They are set to compete at 2 p. NCC well-represented in boys field The North Central Conference has always put on a show when it comes to state cross country — and this year should be no different. Humboldt finished 12th at state a year ago, as Rasmussen was 64th, Courtney 74th and Pederson 75th.
Craven and Kunert each ran as freshmen on the squad. Eagle Grove was fifth with Schaffer placing 26th and King 27th a season ago. Both Behnkendorf and Graham each ran on that team. King is ranked 17th in the final poll. Warehime, a senior, finished 12th overall last year for the Jaguars and is ranked 11th.
He clocked a time of SEV placed 11th as a team a season ago. Moon, a sophomore, was 46th for the Titans last fall in He climbed to fifth in the latest rankings. Bauer placed 65th for the Warriors with a time of He enters state rated second after his strong showing at the qualifier. The 3A boys race is set to start at
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