MARSHALLTOWN - The Colo-NESCO boys came in 12th and the girls 17th at the Class 1A state qualifying cross country meet in Marshalltown Oct. 24.


The Royal boys scored 337 points to finish right in the middle of the large 24-team boys’ field. Top-ranked Madrid easily won the boys’ title with 35 points, fourth-ranked West Fork was second with 87 and 13th-ranked Newman Catholic was the final team to qualify for state with a score of 116.


In the girls’ race Colo-NESCO ended up with 427 points. Third-ranked Aplington-Parkersburg won with 59 points, No. 7 Hudson was second with 66 and Madrid scored 124 to place third as the final girls’ team to qualify for state.


“Both teams really ran hard and gave their all,” Colo-NESCO head coach Tony Stalzer said. “Our state qualifying meet had a lot of good runners and excellent teams and I thought both the girls and boys competed at our highest level.”


Jacob Reischauer just missed placing in the top 50 as the lead individual runner for the Royal boys. Reischauer ran a 5-kilometer time of 19 minutes, 22.1 seconds to take 51st.


Chevy Dunlap was the second Royal runner to complete the course in the boys’ race. He came in 58th at 19:34.2


Ben Rouse was 73rd in 20:13.0, Luke Hill 79th in 20:27.6 and Brighton Clatt 86th in 20:33.4 to round out the Royal scoring. Ryan Wonders came in right behind Clatt with an 87th-place time of 20:35.1 and Shawn Gilbert took 121st in 21:57.4


Madrid’s Jason Renze, the No. 3 boys’ runner in 1A, was the boys’ individual champion after clocking in at 16:37.2. Southeast Warren’s Randy Jimenez, ranked eighth, ended up second in 16:51.4


Callie Kohlwes was the first Royal girl to cross the finish line, placing 73rd with a 5-kilometer time of 24:33.1. Lilianna Reyes was close behind with a 75th-place time of 24:43.1 and Hanna Jamison came in 85th at 25:15.1.


Katie Spalding took 106th in 26:03.0 and Maia Lundquist 121st in 27:20.5 as the other runners to score for the Royal girls. Sarah Brinkman and Emily Brinkman finished 131st and 132nd with respective times of 28:16.1 and 28:28.6.


Aplington-Parkersburg’s Sophia Jungling, the No. 2 runner in 1A, was the individual girls’ champion with a time of 19:26.4. Twin Cedars’ Rylee Dunkin came in second at 19:55.7.


Final team scores


Girls: 1. Aplington-Parkersburg 59 points, 2. Hudson 66, 3. Madrid 124, 4. Collins-Maxwell 137, 5. Newman Catholic 156, 6. Lynnville-Sully 207, 7. Montezuma 207, 8. East Marshall 215, 9. Twin Cedars 216, 10. West Fork 287, 11. North Mahaska 301, 12. Baxter 347, 13. BGM 353, 14. Belle Plaine 383, 15. West Hancock 390, 16. Belmond-Klemme 413, 17. Colo-NESCO 427, 18. Woodward-Granger 489, 19. Bishop Garrigan 489.


Boys: 1. Madrid 35, 2. West Fork 87, 3. Newman Catholic 116, 4. East Marshall 175, 5. Hudson 192, 6. BCLUW 195, 7. Woodward-Granger 238, 8. Aplington-Parkersburg 312, 9, Collins-Maxwell 312, 10. Woodward-Academy 322, 11. Southeast Warren 325, 12. Colo-NESCO 337, 13. Belle Plaine 356, 14. Lynnville-Sully 383, 15. Belmond-Klemme 396, 16. GMG 436, 17. Bishop Garrigan 446, 18. North Mahaska 464, 19. Baxter 468, 20. Meskwaki 522, 21. Melcher-Dallas 536, 22. Sigourney 540, 23. West Hancock 572, 24. Moravia 650.


Individual results (5-kilometer) - Collins-Maxwell


Girls: 73. Callie Kohlwes, 24:33.1; 75. Lilianna Reys, 24:43.1; 85. Hanna Jamison, 25:15.1; 106. Katie Spalding, 26:03.0; 121. Maia Lundquist, 27:20.5; 131. Sarah Brinkman, 28:16.8; 132. Emily Brinkman, 28:28.6.


Boys: 51. Jacob Reischauer, 19:22.1; 58. Chevy Dunlap, 19:34.2; 73. Ben Rouse, 20:13.0; 79. Luke Hill, 20:27.6; 86. Brighton Clatt, 20:33.4; 87. Ryan Wonders, 20:35.1; 121. Shawn Gilbert, 21:57.4.