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Posted: Friday, April 12, 2013 7:00 pm

Winning seven events, the St. Clair Bulldogs blazed to the Union Relays championship Tuesday at Stierberger Stadium.

St. Clair scored 135 points to win the boys title by a 32-point margin over second-place Pacific (103).

“We’ve gotten off to a great start to the season, but a great finish is more important in my book,” said St. Clair Coach Dave Purviance. “The encouraging thing is that we as a team continue to improve our times and distances with each meet. The weather and competition are improving and that should keep us moving in the right direction to finish the season strong.”

Washington placed third with 90.5 points while Sullivan was next at 82, Owensville scored 71.5, Potosi ended at 64, Union scored 53, St. James had 40, Hermann closed with 24, Borgia netted 21 and New Haven rounded out the team standings with 18 points.

“We were very pleased with our entire overall performance,” said Washington Coach Mike Olszowka. “This was our third meet in six days. With that much competition, it becomes easy to lose focus. The kids are really starting to believe in themselves. When that happens, anything is possible.”

Union Head Coach Chris Kelley said it was a smooth meet.

“I thought the meet ran well,” Kelley said. “The workers did an awesome job running off their events.”

Event Results

• 100-meter dash — St. Clair’s Rickey Grivetti blazed to a time of 11.5 to edge Pacific’s Jeffrey Hinkle for the win. St. Clair’s Adam Brott finished a close third.

• 200-meter dash — Grivetti edged Hinkle again, running a time of 23.62 to win. Union’s Ryan Schumaker was third.

• 400-meter dash — St. Clair’s Jonathan Benkert stepped to the podium with a 51.77 time, over a second ahead of Borgia’s Luke Schriewer. Taking third was Washington’s Caleb Curran.

“We are especially proud of Luke,” Borgia Coach Bill Stevison said. “He is a prime example of what it means to be a student-athlete. Luke came to the meet directly from a Worldwide Youth in Science and Engineering (WYSE) state academic competition where he finished first in mathematics and second in physics. Luke is a great role model for our younger athletes, showing them that it is possible to excel both in the classroom and on the athletic field. They can all learn by watching how Luke comports himself with persistence and humility. We couldn’t ask anymore of our senior leader.”

• 800-meter run — New Haven’s Seth Shenck won with a time of 2:04.73. Chris Erxleben of Sullivan was second and Washington’s Travis Elbert took third.

• 1,600-meter run — Elbert was the winner in a time of 4:41.25. Potosi’s Austin King was second and Schenck took third.

• 3,200-meter run — Austin Smith of Potosi won in a time of 10:15.92. Washington’s Ian Smith took second and Potosi’s Eric Luebke took third.

• 110-meter high hurdles — Washington’s Brenden Leslie won in 16.27 with teammate Dillon Quaethem taking second. St. James’ Nathan Campbell was third.

• 300-meter intermediate hurdles — Owensville’s Devon Dowler won the title in 41.92. Second place went to Richard Byfield of St. James while St. Clair’s Jacob Meisel was third.

• 400-meter relay — St. Clair’s team of Adam Brott, Grivetti, Spencer Crumbaugh and Terrance Stahlman blazed to a time of 44.9 to win. Sullivan was second and Pacific took third.

• 800-meter relay — St. Clair’s sprint domination continued. Benkert, Grivetti, Crumbaugh and Stahlman posted a time of 1:34.4 to easily win over Pacific. Sullivan was third.

• 1,600-meter relay — Benkert, Crumbaugh, Josh Bozada and Stahlman posted a time of 3:35.55 to win over Pacific. Borgia was third.

• 3,200-meter relay — Sullivan’s team of Erxleben, Randy Swaller, Brad Jones and Mark Johnson won in 8:37.44, holding off a surging Pacific team at the end. Union finished third.

• Shot put — Owensville’s Trevor Nicks set a new school record (but not meet record) with a throw of 53-6.75 to easily win the title. Jake Yerkey of St. Clair was second while Mitch Paneitz of Sullivan took third.

• Discus — Yerkey won the title with a throw of 147-3. Nicks was second and Potosi’s Daniel Reed took third.

• High jump — Owensville’s Keith Wehmeyer cleared 5-10 to win the title. Pacific’s Ryan Lause was second and Dan Dieckmann of Pacific ended third.

• Pole Vault — Owensville’s Jeremiah Hinch won the title by clearing 13-0, taking first on misses over St. Clair’s Dalton Ulrich. Garrett Johnson of Potosi was third.

• Long jump — Schumaker won the title at 19-4. Crumbaugh and Stahlman were second and third, respectively.

“Ryan Schumaker had a good meet,” Kelley said. “As he gains experience and learns more about his events, his performances are going to continue to improve.”

• Triple Jump — Mason Ragland of St. James was the winner at 38-9. Brott was second and Shane Henderson of Pacific ended third.

Kelley had praise for some other athletes.

“Logan Bellamy was up and down with his times,” Kelley said. “He finished well by running a good anchor leg in the 1,600-meter relay. Joe Lasky set presonal records in both throwing events. His feet are starting to catch up to the rest of his body. Jacob Carman was a surprise in the 110-meter high hurdles. Our boys are fighting for every point they earn at the big meets.”

Stevison lauded other athletes.

“While the team as a whole did not perform as well as we would have liked, we did have some decent performances,” Stevison said. “Sprinter Cameron Rolf had his best meet of the season. Grant Broeder had his best triple jump of the year and earned his first medal of the season. Our 1,600-meter relay team of Jack Conroy, Eli Garcilaso, Drake Raftery and Luke Schriewer hit their target time. Luke continued his steady performances by also placing second in the 400-meter dash.”

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Area Scoreboard

Area Sports Schedule

American Legion Baseball

Ninth District Senior Legion Tournament

Thursday, July 17

At Westhoff Park

G1 (1) West 11, (8) Pacific 1

G2 (4) St. Charles 17, (5) Elsberry 2

At St. Peters Rec-Plex

G3 (3) Washington 4, (6) Wentzville 0

G4 (2) Daniel Boone 8, (7) St. Peters 2

Friday, July 18

At St. Peters Rec-Plex

G5 Elsberry 8, Pacific 3

G6 St. Peters 9, Wentzville 1

At Westhoff Park

G7 St. Charles 4, West 1

G8 Daniel Boone 7, Washington 4

Saturday, July 19

At St. Peters Rec-Plex

G9 Washington 9, Elsberry 4

G10 West 9, St. Peters 6

G12 West 14, Washington 1

At Westhoff Park

G11 St. Charles def. Daniel Boone (fft)

Sunday, July 20

Rest at Westhoff Park

G13 Championship — West 2, St. Charles 1 (13 innings)

Monday, July 21

G14 If-Needed Game — St. Charles 13, West 11

Zone 1 Senior Legion Tournament

At Lindenwood University, St. Charles

Thursday, July 24

G1 West 13, Daniel Boone Post 262 8

G2 Jefferson City Post 5 11, Hannibal Post 55 2

Friday, July 25

G3 West 11, St. Charles Post 312 1

G4 Daniel Boone 10, Hannibal 2

Saturday, July 26

G5 Jefferson City vs. West, 10 a.m.

G6 St. Charles vs. Daniel boone, 4 p.m.

G7 G5 loser vs. G6 winner, 7 p.m.

Sunday, July 27

G8 Championship — G5 winner vs. G7 winner, 1 p.m.

G9 If-Needed Game — G8 winner vs. G8 loser, 4 p.m.

Ninth District Junior Legion Tournament

Tuesday, July 8

At Union High School

G1 (1) Elsberry 3, (8) New Haven 0

At Ronsick Field

G4 (3) Washington 7, (6) Wentzville 1

G4 (2) Union 8, (7) Hannibal 1

At St. Peters Rec-Plex

G2 (5) St. Peters 8, (4) St. Charles 6

Wednesday, July 9

At New Haven

G5 Wentzville 4, New Haven 0

G6 St. Charles 8, Hannibal 7 (9 innings)

At Ronsick Field

G7 St. Peters 5, Elsberry 2

G8 Washington 2, Union 1

Remainder at Ronsick Field

Thursday, July 10

G9 Union 7, Wentzville 1

G10 Elsberry 3, St. Charles 2

Friday, July 11

G11 Washington 12, St. Peters 11 (10 innings)

G12 Elsberry 6, Union 3

Saturday, July 12

G13 Elsberry 4, St. Peters 3

G14 Championship — Washington 3, Elsberry 1

Washington wins district, to host Zone 1 Tournament at Borgia. Schedule below.

Junior Legion Zone 1 Tournament

At Borgia

Thursday, June 17

G1 Elsberry Post 226 10, Chillicothe Post 25 2

Friday, June 18

G2 Washington Post 218 5, Elsberry 1

G3 Chillicothe 5, Elsberry 4

Saturday, June 19

G4 Championship — Washington 16, Chillicothe 0 (5 innings)

Washington advances to State Tournament in Jackson.

Junior Legion State Tournament

At Jackson

Thursday, July 24

G1 Jackson 3, Springfield Glendale 2

G2 Eureka 7, Sedalia 0

Friday, June 25

G3 Jackson 8, Washington 3

G4 Springfield Glendale 8, Sedalia 3

G5 Jackson 4, Eureka 2

G6 Washington 8, Springfield Glendale 0

Saturday, June 26

G7 Eureka vs. Washington, 1 p.m.

G8 Championship — Jackson vs. G7 winner, 3:30 p.m.

Sunday, June 27

G9 If-Needed Game — G8 winner vs. G8 loser, 1 p.m.

Freshman Legion Ninth District Tournament

Tuesday, July 8

At Elsberry Legion Field

G1 (1) St. Charles 7, (8) St. Peters 0

G2 (4) Elsberry-Winfield 4, (5) Wentzville 3

At Elsberry Khoury League Field

G3 (3) Hannibal 3, (6) Warrenton 2

G4 (2) Washington 10, (7) West 1

Wednesday, July 9

At Elsberry Khoury League Field

G5 St. Peters 17, Warrenton 6

G6 Wentzville 5, West 4

At Elsberry Legion Field

G7 St. Charles 10, Elsberry-Winfield 2

G8 Washington 3, Hannibal 0

Remainder at Elsberry Legion Field

Thursday, July 10

G9 St. Peters 11, Hannibal 9

G10 Elsberry-Winfield 13, Wentzville 4

Friday, July 11

G12 Elsberry-Winfield 8, St. Peters 3

G11 Washington 6, St. Charles 0, 8:30 p.m.

Saturday, July 12

G13 St. Charles 10, Elsberry-Winfield 1

G14 Championship — St. Charles 5, Washington 2

Sunday, July 13

G15 If-Needed Game — St. Charles 2, Washington 0

Missouri Freshman

Legion State Tournament

At Rotary Recreational

Complex - Ronsick Field

Wednesday, July 16

G1 Creve Coeur Post 397 16, St. Robert Post 331 2

G2 Ste. Genevieve Post 150 4, St. Charles Post 312 0

G3 Jackson Post 158 1, vs. Springfield Glendale Merchants 0

G4 Washington Post 218 9, Eureka Post 177 4

Thursday, July 17

G5 Springfield Glendale 11, St. Robert 1 (St. Robert eliminated)

G6 St. Charles 10, Eureka 2 (Eureka eliminated)

G7 Ste. Genevieve 4, Creve Coeur 2

G8 Washington 12, Jackson 10

Friday, July 18

G9 Jackson 12, Springfield Glendale 0 (Springfield Glendale eliminated)

G10 Creve Coeur 8, St. Charles 3 (St. Charles eliminated)

G11 Ste. Genevieve 3, Washington 2

G12 Creve Coeur 11, Jackson 7 (Jackson eliminated)

Saturday, July 19

G13 Washington 8, Creve Coeur 3 (Creve Coeur eliminated)

G14 Championship—Washington 5, Ste. Genevieve 2

Sunday, July 20

G15 Championship Game 2—Washington 3, Ste. Genevieve 0

Great Midwest Football League

July 19

Missouri Cyclones 34, Illinois Justice 0

Swim Team Schedules

Washington Swim Team

Date    Opponent    Time/Result

6-9    at Oaks Landing    Washington 192-100

6-16    Westglen    Washington 259-206

6-23    at Fox Creek    Washington 311-225

6-30    at Chadwick    Chadwick 264-258

7-7    Cherry Hills    Washington 291-140

7-11 at Division Meet, Westminster Christian First

Pacific Swim Team

Date    Opponent    Time/Result

6-9    Lake of the Woods    LOtW 176-130

6-16    at Union    Union 289-220

6-23    Bridle Creek    Pacific 371-124

6-30    at Arbor Oaks    Pacific 282-241

7-7    at Indian Hills    Cancelled, weather

7-12    Division Meet    First

Union Swim Team

Date    Opponent    Time/Result

6-9    at Arbor Oaks    Union 180-120

6-16    Pacific    Union 289-220

6-23    at Lake of the Woods    LoTW 312-201

6-30    Indian Hills    Union 322-275

7-7    Bridle Creek    PPD

7-12    at Division Meet, Pacific    Third

Pacific Diving Team

Date    Opponent    Time

6-14    at MAC West    MAC West 40-30

6-21    at Lindgate    Lindgate

6-28    at Cool Dell    9 a.m.

7-13    at Championships    8 a.m.

*Indicates League Games

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