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The Oklahoma State Cross Country and Track and Field Guide was to place eighth in the 3, meters at the IHSAA state championships. Wanjiru (Butler County CC) Ryan Wilson (Arkansas) Eliud Njubi (Dodge City. Each school will be permitted 10 competition dates, excluding state All cross country meets shall be started by a registered track & field official. The change will appear in the Rules Book, however the IHSAA is going to meet will be held at the Lakeside Municipal Golf Course in Fort Dodge. Results - Idaho IHSAA Cross Country State Results - Idaho IHSAA Outdoor State Championships(May 18th , pm).
Curt graduated from Postville high school in then went on to earn a degree in history at Iowa State and his Masters degree in Educational Administration at the University of South Dakota. During his career Curt coached basketball, softball, track, volleyball, football and baseball. He has been a registered official for over 35 years and a track official since Curt has been an active member of the IATO since and has been chosen as both a state and national Boys track and field official of the year.
Curt has been a member of the state track meet crew since both as an Umpire and a Starter. Curt and his wife Claudia have 3 children. Dave was born in Fort Dodge on April 2, He was raised in Renwick. He attended Boone Valley High School. Dave enjoyed a very successful but short high school career in Track and Field.2018 IHSAA Boys and Girls Cross Country State Finals
He was a member of the runner-up team in the medley relay in both the indoor and outdoor state meets his junior year. During his senior year he placed ninth in the state cross country meet.
His track season began with much promise with a fourth place finish in the at the state indoor meet, only to be diagnosed with mononucleosis after a good showing at the Holstein Relays.
David enrolled at the University of Northern Iowa and became a member of the Panther track and field team. He won four varsity letters and served as the co-captain his senior year. This earned Dave the distinction of being an All-American.
Dave began his high school coaching career at Sac City coaching cross country and track and field. His very first cross country team finished fifth and he had the individual third place finisher. Dave left teaching and coaching to enter private business. His interest then turned to officiating. He has been named to the Drake relays Executive Committee.
He spearheaded an effort that brought the drug education program of the IHSAA to national prominence. He has now become an Admistrative Assistant with responsibilities for cross country and track and field. He has served as a member of the Track and Field Advisory committee and was instrumental in establishing the joint Cross Country Advisory Committee.
Dave has served as the statewide track and field rules interpreter and has also presented at the National Federation Track and Field Interpreters meeting. Dave and his wife Sandi are the proud parents on one daughter Kristin. Official — Dave Anderson has been a friend and supporter of high school track and field in about as many different ways as possible. He was an outstanding high school and college athlete who went on to be a high school coach who went on to be a certified track and field and cross country official who went on to become a member of the IHSAA Board of Control, who went on to work for the IHSAA for 25 years who went on to serve on three National Federation Committees concerning Track and Field and Cross Country.
Dave was a member of the UNI Panther track and field team. He was four year letter winner and co-captain his senior year. Prior to joining the Athletic Association staff he was a high school teacher and cross country and track and field coach. In he was a starter for the boys state track and field meet.
IHSAA Individual Cross Country Champions - Iowa High School Sports
He has previously been recognized by the IATO for distinguished service. Dave has been a Drake Relays official for over 25 years and is a registered USA Track and Field Official with a national designation in six different areas. He has been instrumental in working with the Girls Union and developing co-ed state championships in each of these sports. Under his leadership Iowa became the first state in the nation to include wheelchair competitors in track and field and cross country.
In the fall of she began her 34 year teaching and coaching career in the Gilbert school district. It was in coaching track and field and cross country where Deb Anderson excelled.
She started the high school cross country program in and led them to success for 26 years. Despite the fact that Deb is a very humble person there are many awards and accolades that have come her way, and she needs to be recognized for those.
The Anderson coached girls cross country teams qualified for state 14 times with 1 state title and 2 runner-up trophies to their credit. The boys made it to state 15 times and finished 2nd twice. She has been a IATC girls cross country state coach of the year once, and 11 times has been chosen by her peers as a regional cross country coach of the year.
Her JH Girls track teams won over meets, with 6 undefeated seasons, 10 conference championships, 1 state meet title and 1 state pentathlon title. It is not only coaching that has kept Deb busy all of her adult life. She is very active in her church, singing in the choir, making quilts and teaching Sunday school.
Since retiring from teaching and coaching Deb has become a registered track and field official, keeping busy working meets at Iowa State and Drake; working at the Relays plus the state meet and NCAA championships.
IHSAA Girls Cross Country
First as an athlete, then as a coach and now as an official. She has been IATC girls cross country state coach of the year once, and 11 times has been chosen by her peers as a regional cross country coach of the year. This is our good friend: In for he moved his family the Davis County Schools in Bloomfield.
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. 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. 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.
Iowa High School Athletic Association
Has contributed countless hours to track and field and to college and high school athletics in Iowa. Second fastest boy of the meet was Lansing Catholic jr Keenan Rebera, who ran Bemidji jr Jenna Truedson was 3rd with Perham dominated the Class A boys race with 52 pts. Oyster River soph Maegan Doody triumphed individually in Inter-Lakes soph Cameron Daly was also under 16 at Nearly as close was the team race, with Oyster River winning atfollowed by Pinkerton at Well back in third was Souhegan at Senior William Roberson headed up the champs in 3rd place Tabor sr Ian Milder, Reynolds for 3rd, team-wise, Roberson 91, Myers Park 97 and Providence Tabor sr Kayla Montgomery was the fastest of the meet, winning in The team race, with Weddington beating Cardinal Gibbons,was nearly as close.
Cardinal Gibbons did take the girls 3A title 1: Another fast time came from 2A girls champ Carrboro jr Maysa Araba Xavier boys dominated the D1 race, scoring 46 and winning by 59 over Dublin Jerome. Hilliard Davidson edged Boardman for 3rd, Mason defended the girls D1 title with 76 pts, followed by Beaver CreekUrsuline Academy and Centerville Ursuline jr Annie Heffernan rose up from 3rd in and triumphed individually in The D2 girls race was fastest individually, with 4th-place finisher and Wauseon jr Taylor Vernot Mary won its 5th straight D2 team title.
Way back, Edmond Memorial and Norman North each scoredwith the former prevailing on the tiebreaker. Norman North did have the individual champ, with Ben Barrett running His team scored 38, followed by Mountain View 64 and Hermiston Thompson also won in In both 6A races, South Eugene juniors placed second: Defending champ Sara Tsai for the girls in Pennsbury had a big early lead at the mile before Unionsville came back.
Lebanon was a distant and solitary 3rd with Weisner was also the Eastern States champ last month. Easton Area jr Colin Abert was 2nd in North Kingstown was 3rd with In third was Classical sr Maddy Berkson at Hendricken got a finish from sr Colin Tierney Templeton won the battle, with a Cane Ridge jr Bailee Dean won individually with the best time of the day at University sr Amanda Paladino also defended her title, running Jefferson soph Abby Colbert at University won its first team AA crown since with 64 pts, 13 up on defending champion and host Cabell Midland Madison West nipped Eau Claire Memorial,for 2nd.