Eagles race at Bellevue, North Linn


Cross country

     With the Oct. 9 meet at North Linn we wrapped up our regular season. We have the conference meet at Bellevue Oct. 14, followed by the district cross country meet on Thursday the 21st.

     Monday (Oct. 4) we ran at Bellevue without Milo Smith, and we missed his scoring. Trenton Rickels was our number one runner again, with a time of 20:06. Jayson Ruley followed with a time of 21:50 and then Tristan Kunde with a time of 23:23. Next was Jay Bentley and Bryce Rushford with times of 25:50 and 27:56, respectively. The team was rounded out by Vincent Kunde running a personal best of 36:07. Kaitlin Kunde had a time of 29:58 for the girls.

     North Linn was pretty much like all year, with Trent leading with a time of 19:12. Jayson had a personal best of 21:07 followed by Tristan with a time of 23:12. Milo made it back with little practice with a time of 24:17. Jay and Bryce were next with times of 26:16 and 26:18. Vincent finished with a time of 38:21. Kaitlin finished with a time 27:31.

– Jon Eganhouse,

head coach



     Lansing Kee scored in all four quarters to gradually pull away for a 48-20 win over Midland in an eight-player football game Oct. 8 in Wyoming.

     Kee led 16-14 after one quarter, then scored 16 unanswered points in the second period for a 32-14 lead.

     For the host Eagles (3-3, 3-5), Caden Ballou passed for 70 yards and one touchdown, and rushed 21 times for 49 yards and two scores. Jamisen Dodge had 54 receiving yards and caught a touchdown pass.

     Defensively, Zain Sauer had an interception, and Kaleb Westphal recovered a Kee fumble. Tackle leaders were Ballou with seven, Brayden Grau with 6.5, Sauer with six, and Kaleb Westphal with 5.5. Cayden Miller and Westphal each had a sack.



     Midland closed out its regular season of volleyball with a Senior Night match against Calamus-Wheatland Oct. 7 in Wyoming, losing 10-25, 20-25, 17-25.

     Bailie Uppena led the Eagles in kills with 11. Jaden Gatts and Anna Bartels had four kills apiece. Gracie Franzen put up 11 assists. Gracie Harrington had 11 digs. Elizabeth Soper served three aces.

     “We knew we would have to play our best volleyball to come out ahead, and I think we played our best in a really tough environment,” Midland coach Gennifer Schroeder said.

     Midland (1-5, 3-28) will compete in the Tri-Rivers Conference Tournament beginning Oct. 14, and will open Class 1A regional play at Central City Oct. 18.



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