TAMA - The Colo-NESCO track teams both earned a conference championship in one event at the Iowa Star Conference meet Monday at Meskwaki High School.


The Royal boys won the shuttle hurdle relay and Lauryn Hill took gold in the girls’ high jump. The Colo-NESCO boys also picked up one silver and four bronze medals and the girls turned in three fifth-place finishes.


Matthew Hill, Devin Reed, Kelly Gray and Philip Bower won the boys’ shuttle hurdle in one minute, 2.97 seconds. The Royals beat Janesville by just under a second for first.


Hill and teammate Jack McKinney came in second and third in the boys’ high jump with respective jumps of six foot even and 5-10. Don Bosco’s Sean McFadden just edged Hill for first with a jump of 6-1.


Hill also joined forces with Garrett Packer, Jacob Reischauer and Brighton Clatt to run a third-place time of 4:01.26 in the distance medley relay. Don Bosco won in 3:52.66 and Dunkerton took second in 3:59.78.


Gray and Bower each won an individual bronze.


Gray placed third in the 400 hurdles with a time of :58.87. Tripoli’s Alex Nation took the gold with a strong time of :55.95 and Dunkerton’s Ben Reams just edged Gray for second with a :58.54 showing.


Bower won his bronze in the 110 high hurdles after clocking in at :16.80. Collins-Maxwell’s Brett Livesay won in :16.68 and Janesville’s Codey Hicks picked up the silver in :16.70.


The Royal boys ended up fifth out 14 teams with 65 points. Dunkerton easily won the ISC boys’ team championship with 156 points and Baxter was second with a score of 83.


In the girls’ competition, Colo-NESCO scored 27 points to take 10th out of 14 schools. Clarksville claimed the girls’ team title with 129.5 points and Baxter was again second with 118.5 points.


Lauryn Hill celebrated her birthday by jumping 5-2 to beat Janesville’s Briana Baker-Bruce for the gold in the girls’ high jump. Baker-Bruce cleared 5-0.


Gracie Kettwig took fifth in the girls’ shot put with a throw of 31-10.5. Lindsey Riese came in fifth in the 100 hurdles with a :17.85 showing.


Riese also helped Colo-NESCO take fifth in the 4 X 100 and sixth in the 4 X 400.


Faith Vincent, McKenzie Niemeyer and Hill joined Riese in running a time of :55.33 in the 4 X 100. Emma Wilson, Niemeyer and Vincent made up the other three legs in the 4 X 400 as the Royals completed the race in 4:42.47.


Final team scores


Girls: 1. Clarksville 129.5 points, 2. Baxter 118.5, 3. Janesville 98, 4. Tripoli 73, 5. Collins-Maxwell 66, 6. Dunkerton 63, 7. Riceville 44, 8. Valley Lutheran 32, 9. GMG 29, 10. Colo-NESCO 27, 11. Don Bosco 26, 12. North Tama 18, 13. Meskwaki 6, 14. CAL 5.


Boys: 1. Dunkerton 156, 2. Baxter 83, 3. Don Bosco 72, 4. Collins-Maxwell 71, 5. Colo-NESCO 65, 6. Tripoli 59, 7. GMG 55, 8. Clarksville 52, 9. Janesville 33.5, 10. North Tama 26.5, 11. Meskwaki 24, 12. CAL 23, 13. Valley Lutheran 15, 14. Riceville 6.


Individual results - Colo-NESCO


Girls


Shot put - 5. Gracie Kettwig, 31-10.5; 9. Emma Stalzer, 28-3.


Discus - 8. Megan Carlson, 84-10; 12. Stalzer, 72-2.


Long jump - 10. Faith Vincent, 13-8.5; 17. McKenzie Niemeyer, 12-7.25.


High jump - 1. Lauryn Hill, 5-2.


Sprint medley relay - 14. Colo-NESCO (Jane Caltrider, Morgan Sluis, Allie Brinkman, Emily Brinkman), 2:31.05.


100-meter dash - 13. Caltrider, :15.11; 24. Addison Cronk, :17.84.


Distance medley relay - 9. Colo-NESCO (Cronk, Sluis, Britten, Brinkman), 5:44.55.


400-meter dash - 12. Emma Wilson, 1:14.98.


100-meter hurdles - 5. Riese, :17.85.


800-meter run - 16. Wilson, 3:01.49.


400-meter hurdles - 8. Riese, 1:17.26.


1,500-meter run - 13. Brinkman, 6:41.70.


4 X 100-meter relay - 5. Colo-NESCO (Riese, Vincent, Niemeyer, Hill), :55.33.


4 X 400-meter relay - 6. Colo-NESCO (Riese, Wilson, Niemeyer, Vincent), 4:42.47.


Boys


Shot put - 7. Garrett Packer, 39-1; 14. Zack McWherter, 34-9.


Discus - 9. McWherter, 105-11; 12. Tanner Ingle, 99-0.


Long jump - 7. Kelly Gray, 18-9.5; 10. Philip Bower, 17-10.5.


High jump - 2. Matthew Hill, 6-0; 3. Jack McKinney, 5-10.


Sprint medley relay - 6. Colo-NESCO (Bower, Hill, Packer, Gray), 1:41.71.


3,200-meter run - 7. Chevy Dunlap, 12:37.25; 8. Ryan Wonders, 12:51.60.


4 X 800-meter relay - 4. Colo-NESCO (Brighton Clatt, McKinney, Ethan Wilson, Luke Hill), 9:19.70.


Shuttle hurdle relay - 1. Colo-NESCO (M. Hill, Devin Reed, Gray, Bower), 1:02.97.


100-meter dash -17. Braden Thomas, :13.00; 24. Trevor Burg, :14.15.


Distance medley relay - 3. Colo-NESCO (Packer, M. Hill, Jacob Reischauer, Clatt), 4:01.26.


400-meter dash - 12. L. Hill, 1:02.47.


4 X 200-meter relay - 11. Colo-NESCO (Matt Lilly, Francis Bower, Thomas, Charles Nicholls), 1:52.27.


110-meter high hurdles - 3. P. Bower, :16.80; 4. Reed, :16.90.


800-meter run - 6. Clatt, 2:16.28; 17. Ingle, 2:34.82.


200-meter dash - 23. Nicholls, :29.08; 24. Burg, :29.43.


400-meter hurdles - 3. Gray, :58.57.


1,600-meter run - 12. Wonders, 5:58.76; 13. Dunlap, 6:02.02.


4 X 100-meter relay - 11. Colo-NESCO (Lilly, F. Bower, Thomas, Reed), :50.22.


4 X 400-meter relay - 9. Colo-NESCO (McKinney, Wilson, L. Hill, Reischauer), 4:02.98.


TAMA - The Colo-NESCO boys won two events and the Royal girls picked up one gold medal at the Meskwaki Invitational April 30 in Tama.


The Royal boys finished with 90 points to place fifth out of eight teams. The Royal girls tallied 53 points to take seventh in a nine-team field.


In the boys’ competition, Colo-NESCO won the shuttle hurdle relay with a time of one minute, 4.05 seconds. The Royal team of Matthew Hill, Devin Reed, Kelly Gray and Philip Bower topped Baxter by 2.73 seconds for the win.


Reed also won the 110 high hurdles individually. He crossed the finish line in :17.25 to beat Baxter’s Joe Keeling’s :17.51 showing for first.


Bower took third in the 110 highs with a time of :17.60.


Gray was runner-up in the 400 hurdles after finishing the race in :58.73. Baxter’s Travis Lindemoen ended up just ahead of Gray in :58.65.


Hill earned a silver medal in the high jump after clearing 6-0. South Tama’s Keith Keahna won after jumping 6-2.


The Colo-NESCO boys won bronze in both the 4 X 800 and distance medley relays.


Brighton Clatt, Jack McKinney, Luke Hill and Ryan Wonders ran the 4 X 800 in 9:50.50 to come in behind only West Marshall’s 9:14.30 and Baxter’s 9:31.38. Matt Lilly, Francis Bower, Jacob Reischauer and Tanner Ingle finished the distance medley in 4:23.33 to place behind GMG’s 4:11.27 and South Tama’s 4:12.05.


Baxter won the boys’ team championship with 135 points. Columbus Catholic took second with 121 points, West Marshall third with 114 and South Tama fourth with 113.


On the girls’ side, Gracie Kettwig emerged victorious in the shot put and Lauryn Hill was runner-up in the high jump for Colo-NESCO.


Kettwig peaked with a throw of 32-6.5. She edged the 32-3.25 toss by Meskwaki’s Danielle Seymour for the gold.


Hill jumped 5-0 to beat Lisbon’s Maysun Marshall by two inches for the silver. South Tama’s Stacey Slavan won with a jump of 5-2.


Field events proved the strong point for the Colo-NESCO girls as Megan Carlson added a bronze medal in the discus with a throw of 90-11. Baxter’s Kaylin Van Ryswyk and Amber Weltha went first and second with respective throws of 96-6 and 94-5.


On the track, Lindsey Riese took second in the 100 hurdles and third in the 400 hurdles for the Royals.


Riese finished the 100 hurdles in :18.36 to come in behind only Slaven’s :17.92. In the 400 hurdles, Riese clocked in at 1:21.99 to place behind Collins-Maxwell’s Brianda Bane (1:14.20) and Lisbon’s Rylan Allison (1:16.00).


Lisbon dominated the girls’ team competition with 157 points. Baxter came in second with 107.5 points, Collins-Maxwell was third with 103, South Tama scored 81 to place fourth, Columbus Catholic took fifth with 75 and GMG came in just ahead of Colo-NESCO with a score of 62.


Final team scores


Girls: 1. Lisbon 157 points, 2. Baxter 107.5, 3. Collins-Maxwell 103, 4. South Tama 81, 5. Columbus Catholic 75, 6. GMG 62, 7. Colo-NESCO 53, 8. North Tama 50.5, 9. Meskwaki 30.


Boys: 1. Baxter 135, 2. Columbus Catholic 121, 3. West Marshall 114, 4. South Tama 113, 5. Colo-NESCO 90, 6. GMG 80, 7. North Tama 38, 8. Meskwaki 33.


Individual results - Colo-NESCO


Girls


Shot put - 1. Gracie Kettwig, 32-6.5; 14. Emma Stalzer, 25-10.75.


Discus - 3. Megan Carlson, 90-11; 14. Stalzer, 72-8.


Long jump - 9. Faith Vincent, 13-7.5; 10. McKenzie Niemeyer, 13-3.


High jump - 2. Lauryn Hill, 5-0.


Sprint medley relay - 8. Colo-NESCO (Lindsey Riese, Jane Caltrider, Niemeyer, Vincent), 2:14.28.


100-meter dash - 12. Caltrider, :15.50.


Distance medley relay - 7. Colo-NESCO (Addison Cronk, Morgan Sluis, Allie Britten, Emily Brinkman), 6:02.19.


400-meter dash - 8. Emma Wilson, 1:14.90.


4 X 200-meter relay - 5. Colo-NESCO (Vincent, Caltrider, Niemeyer, Hill), 2:01.90.


100-meter hurdles - 2. Riese, :18.36.


800-meter run - 13. Wilson, 3:10.22


200-meter dash - 9. Caltrider, :32.88.


400-meter hurdles - 3. Riese, 1:21.99.


1,500-meter run - 6. Brinkman, 7:07.37.


4 X 100-meter relay - 5. Colo-NESCO (Vincent, Riese, Niemeyer, Wilson), :57.14.


Boys


Shot put - 7. Garrett Packer, 39-4.75; 10. Zack McWherter, 36-7.25.


Discus - 9. McWherter, 103-8; 14. Tanner Ingle, 90-5.


Long jump - 4. Kelly Gray, 18-10.5; 6. Philip Bower, 18-9.5.


High jump - 2. Matthew Hill, 6-0.


Sprint medley relay - 4. Colo-NESCO (Bower, Hill, Jacob Reischauer, Gray), 1:44.13.


3,200-meter run - 6. Chevy Dunlap, 13:12.20.


4 X 800-meter relay - 3. Colo-NESCO (Brighton Clatt, Jack McKinney, Luke Hill, Ryan Wonders), 9:50.50.


Shuttle hurdle relay - 1. Colo-NESCO (M. Hill, Devin Reed, Gray, Bower), 1:04.05.


100-meter dash - 11. Kaleb Ruffcorn, :15.81; 14. Jackson Shaw, :16.19.


Distance medley relay - 3. Colo-NESCO (Matt Lilly, Francis Bower, Reischauer, Ingle), 4:23.33.


400-meter dash - 8. McKinney, 1:02.59; 9. L. Hill, 1:03.24.


4 X 200-meter relay - 6. Colo-NESCO (Trevor Burg, Alex Grover, Braden Thomas, Charles Nicholls), 1:52.71.


110-meter high hurdles - 1. Reed, :17.25; 3. P. Bower, :17.60.


800-meter run - 4. Clatt, 2:16.19; 14. Dunlap, 2:52.81.


200-meter dash - 15. Thomas, :28.80; 16. Nicholls, :29.65.


400-meter hurdles - 2. Gray, :58.73.


1,600-meter run - 9. Wonders, 5:51.43.


4 X 100-meter relay - 8. Colo-NESCO (Lilly, Bower, Burg, Grover), :54.48.


4 X 400-meter relay - 5. Colo-NESCO (Clatt, McKinney, L. Hill, Reischauer), 4:00.42.