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At the State track meet, Silvey led squads won 14 relay golds and crowned 10 individual champions. He retired from North inclosing out a 32 year career at the two schools. Coach Chuck Silvey was widely known for conducting all-comers track and field and cross country meets for many years in the greater Des Moines area.
Silvey gave countless hours to the sports that he loved so dearly. Chuck Silvey passed away on November 21, He is survived by his wife Betty and children Charlotte, Gary and Steve. His team was runner-up in the state indoor and were outdoor champions in His team came back in and won both the state indoor and outdoor championships. He was elected to the Simpson College Hall of Fame in Olaf College with a B. Following two years in the Army John began his coaching and teaching career at Fairibalt, Minnesota — one year.
InJohn moved to Ames High School. Doug Smith There are really not that many people who can say they raced against the great Jim Ryun. There are fewer that can say they held their own, in a race against Jim Ryun. Doug Smith the former Sioux City Central star, if ever questioned, could answer all in the affirmative. Doug Smith was good enough to be on the track in the same meet, in the same race with not only Ryun, the Olympic Silver medalist at meters, but also Olympic champ Dave Wottle, Marty Liquori and the great Steve Prefontaine.
Doug Smith was that good. With conversions in place, Doug Smith had a high school PR for meters of 4: He ran the equivalent of 9: In he ran 4: That mark was the national freshman record for 42 years!
While at Sioux City Central, Doug was surrounded by other outstanding runners, who helped push him to great performances. During his high school career, Central won the state mile team race three times, they won four state cross country championships and the Class 2A track title. In Cross Country, teammate and 2 time individual champion Dave Compton led Central to team titles in and This amazing run of success made Central the only team to win 5 in a row plus have the 5 individual champions.
In the early years of high school cross country in Iowa, only the top three finishers figured in the teams score. So just for icing on the cake, so to speak, Central finished and scored a perfect 6 points in the and 66 state meets. They struggled in finishingwatching their team total balloon to 8 points. He was a 3 time state cross country champion, a three time Drake Relays mile champion and a 3 time state mile champion.
It was at KU that Doug was fortunate enough to train and race with Ryun. We became good friends. He was very quiet, reserved and dedicated. His work ethic was second to none. After graduating in with a degree in education, Doug began a 15 year career as a high school teacher and track coach. His teams at Salinas Central won 2 state championships.
Doug left teaching and coaching in to enter the business world. When asked who impacted his life or had a positive influence, Doug was quick to mention his coaches. When I asked about other competitors he had those names at the ready as well. He battled with the former Treynor standout both in High School and college, as Howe competed for fellow Big 8 school Kansas State, as well as mentioning his teammates from those great Central teams.
I learned valuable life lessons from my sport. Mike Stanley He was a two time high school state qualifier in the high jump and a 17 time letter winner at Sidney High School, graduating in He went on to Tarkio College and earned four Varsity letters in basketball before graduating in But it is as a track official that we honor Mike Stanley today.
Mike Stanley does what he does because he loves the sport and he loves kids. He has been a track official for nearly 35 years. Mike retired from AHST-Avoca over10 years ago and in his 33 years in education, he spent 17 years in the classroom and 16 as a high school Principal. Upon graduation, inhe entered his first teaching job at a small school in Johnson, Nebraska.
After six years he took a job in Sac City, Iowa. He taught and coached for five years. His third and final school was in Cedar Rapids from He was selected District coach of the year 4 times, Mississippi Valley and Cedar Rapids Metro coach of the year five times.
Al retired from teaching and coaching in July of giving education and working with kids 40 years of service. Al and his wife, Twila, have been married for 42 years and raised three sons. In his retirement, he enjoys building furniture and visiting his grandchildren. Sara Stoakes Kvidera Note: This induction speech is also displayed under their names.
When it comes to high school track teams in small-town Iowa, we have been blessed to watch some very good ones. Many times, these teams win titles with depth plus have that one individual they can count on scoring well in events. Regardless of class or gender.
What Sara Stoakes and the Dinsdale twins provided Iowa high school track and field fans from to was nothing short of special. They led the RedHawks to 4 consecutive class 1A state track and field titles beginning in after finishing 3rd in The first came when the Twins were sophomores and Sara was a freshman.
That year this talented trio accounted for 6 event titles, with Brooke winning 4. In they led the team to crown number 2 with Blaire leading the way, winning 4 golds. Sara won 4 times inthe final season the Twins would wear the red singlets of North Tama. They scored team points which stood as the best ever state meet score for Iowa girls OR boys until the Waukee girls put up in and last spring.
As special as they come. The Twins have gone, now making things happen at Nebraska, and it was up to Sara to keep this Redhawk machine rolling. She won the state cross country title in the fall, then led North Tama to the state track meet team title, by herself, in the spring. She won 4 events, putting up 40 points, winning the team trophy by 2 points.
The Twins finished their high school careers with 8 state and 3 Drake Relays titles each. Brooke won 2 state cross country titles and Blaire one. Sara Stoakes was a time state track champion, a 3 time Drake Relays champ plus a state cross country gold medalist.
She won every individual running event at the state meet during her career but the hurdles and the 3, meter run. The numbers these 3 young ladies put together in their high school careers is staggering. They combined to qualify to the state track meet 46 times, winning 46 medals, 28 of which were gold.
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They qualified to the Drake Relays in 25 events, winning 25 medals, including 5 titles. They qualified to the state cross country meet a total of 12 times, coming home with 11 top 13 finishes, 4 individual gold medals plus a state team title and 2 other top 4 team finishes. They were a part of 4 consecutive state track and field team titles. Between the 3 of them, they hold Class 1A state meet records in 3 events.
They also hold 6 spots on the Iowa Girls All Time lists in 3 different events. They were as accomplished in the classroom as they were on the track and the cross country course. Brooke was named class Valedictorian in while Blaire took home Salutatorian honors. The next year Sara took home the title of Valedictorian.
Not bad for a small Iowa town of with no more than 50 students per graduating class. I want to make sure that everyone knows that these 3 superstars were not the only members of these championship teams. There they combined to win 11 All-Conference honors and were named to the conference All-Academic team 3 times.
She and her husband of over 6 years, Taylor, have 2 daughters, Brie who is 3 and one year old Indy with Baby Schupbach number 3 on the way. After high school graduation, Sara accepted a scholarship offer from Kansas State and moved to Manhattan where she won a B12 title in the outdoor plus B12 All-Academic honors.
Nebraska was also in that race with a team made up of Iowans: It was a great day on the Blue Oval. Sara and her husband Taylor live in Huxley. Sara received her Ph. Once Aaron Stockstell arrived in Wellman and began wearing the black and gold of the Golden Hawks, it became quite apparent that the scrawny little new kid was something special. When track practice started his freshman year, Aaron was quick to let coach Steve Hollan know that he was a guy, and racing at a longer distance was out of the question.
That season the Golden Hawks medley relay was having trouble getting a time fastest enough to qualify for the Drake Relays so Coach Hollan took his freshman ace aside and asked him to bump up to the for the medley. NO WAY was the immediate answer. Hollan asked him to think it over and they could talk about it the next day. The next morning, Aaron found his coach and told him he would try it once. He ran 50 flat on the medley that night. A week or so later the medley was still on the bubble, and Hollan knew that if they were going to run on the Blue Oval, Stockstell had to be the anchor.
He asked, then received the same song and dance. Coach Hollan once again told him to sleep on it and they would talk tomorrow. Aaron Stockstell would go from being strictly a guy, to being one of the best combo guys this state has ever seen.
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He loved to visit the uniform closet and tried to wear a different uniform every time he raced. No matter what he was he wearing, he raced fast. His 11 state championships include seven individual wins and four relay titles. He won the meters three times, the meters three times and the meters once. In he was the first in state meet history to win the combination of theand He also anchored the medley to gold that weekend, leading the Golden Hawks to the class 2A team title.
This 5th grade long jumper turned out to be a memory maker on the track. He holds the states All Time best mark in the at 1: The Council Bluffs Thomas Jefferson boys have high hopes in several events. Among those, Cameron Baker had the second-best discus throw in the state-qualifying meet.
Jeron Sampson had the third-best hurdles time Treynor senior Brett Daley now the one to catch in Class 2-A state meter hurdles Last year, Treynor senior Brett Daley played the role of hunter in the Class 2-A state meter hurdles. His season-best of Daley had the third-best long jump of this season in 2-A but elected to forego that event in order to run on two relays at state.
In the 3, for Treynor, Trey Castle has the sixth-fastest 2-A time this season 9: Koenck expects big things from them. His season-best of in the long jump ranks fourth. Last season he finished second in the state in the and third in the The Eagles also have the No. Among 2-A girls teams from WI, Treynor appears to have the best chance of making an impact.
Sophomore Noel James had the third-best state-qualifying meet time in the of She won the state title as a freshman at Going into the meet, MVAO owns the best times in three relays sprint medley, distance medley and 1, relay and one individual event Jordyn Pester in the Throw in a projected second-place finish in the by Morgan Todd, and the team is on track to score 48 points.
Last year, West Hancock topped the field with Logan-Magnolia is another western Iowa girls team with potential to bring home some hardware. The Panthers are primed to place in several events, but their best chance of winning will come down to their second-ranked teams in the shuttle hurdle relay Alexis Fender, Olivia Diggins, Kenzie Cunard and Kylan Straight and distance medley relay Straight, Diggins, Violet Lapke and Kylie Morrison.
The sophomore, who won the 3, and was second in both the 1, and the last year, has the top time in both the 3, and the this season, and has the second-fastest time in the 1, Albert qualified in six relays. The Falcons enter the week coming off winning their eighth straight district championship. Albert coach James Cairney said.
We practiced Saturday and ran through a good workout there. Cairney said either one could come in under the radar and win a championship. Without Wall, SBL managed 13 qualifiers in 13 events. That has made the difference in our team. But with him gone, they just step right up. The Warriors qualified in every relay except the shuttle hurdle, and are seeded to finish no lower than seventh in any of them.