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  • PREP ROUNDUP: Pittsburg cross country sweeps Iola meet

  • Pittsburg senior Jonny Adamson (who attends St. Mary’s Colgan but runs for a co-op Pittsburg team during the regular season) won the Doc Stiles Invitational hosted by Allen County Community College on Tuesday, leading five Pittsburg runners in the top 11.

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  • Pittsburg senior Jonny Adamson (who attends St. Mary’s Colgan but runs for a co-op Pittsburg team during the regular season) won the Doc Stiles Invitational hosted by Allen County Community College on Tuesday, leading five Pittsburg runners in the top 11.
    Adamson ran the 5K route in 16 minutes, 54.26 seconds, nearly a minute faster than runner-up Jeremy Spears of Iola.
    Braden Brown finished seventh (18:42.99), Hank Cloninger ninth (18:47.60), Chandler Bishop 10th (18:48.38) and Jeremiah Jones 11th (18:48.64). Pittsburg runner Garrett Harmon also finished 46th (21:14.94). Pittsburg won the team title with 38 points.
    Southeast received a third-place finish by Tyler Fleck (17:58.02), Trevor Johnson finished sixth (18:39.34) and Steven Porter finished 12th (18:53.74). Tim Clausen finished 28th (19:55.76), Jake Zortz 61st (22:42.87) and Kenny Turner 62nd (22:47.74), rounding out the Southeast boys contingent.
    Girard runners Austin Lowe and Trace Buckle finished 14th (19:00.79) and 15th (19:01.08), respectively.
    Northeast sophomore Michael Toms finished 16th (19:01.29). Frontenac’s Tanner Forrest placed 20th (19:29.33).
    On the girls side, Pittsburg made it a clean sweep of the varsity team titles, finishing with 33 points, 10 points ahead of runner-up Frontenac.
    Six Crawford County runners finished in the top 10: Sarah Jewett of Pittsburg second (15:56.40), Kaylee Bogina of Northeast third (16:03.30), Taylor Jameson of Frontenac fourth (16:07.94), Hana Coleman of Frontenac seventh (16:36.60), Alex Wachter of Pittsburg ninth (16:50.60) and Rachel Farmer of Pittsburg 10th (16:52.09).
    Team results, varsity boys: Pittsburg 35, Iola 38, Southeast 75, Frontenac 103, Oswego 122, Chanute 123, Humboldt 176.
    Pittsburg: 1. Jonny Adamson 16:54.26, 7. Braden Brown 18:42.99, 9. Hank Cloninger 18:47.60, 10. Chandler Bishop 18:48.38, 11. Jeremiah Jones 18:48.64, 46. Garrett Harmon 21:14.94.
    Southeast: 3. Tyler Fleck 17:58.02, 6. Trevor Johnson 18:39.34, 12. Steven Porter 18:53.74, 28. Tim Clausen 19:55.76, 61. Jake Zorth 22:42.87, 62. Kenny Turner 22:47.74.
    Frontenac: 20. Tanner Forrest 19:29.33, 26. Louis Brunetti 19:48.54, 36. Trey Tindell 20:31.57, 38. Aaron Troglia 20:49.63, 54. Ty Spurling 21:56.26, 56. Chance Medlin 22:10.83.
    Girard: 14. Austin Lowe 19:00.79, 15. Trace Buckle 19:01.08, 47. Russell Frisbee 21:17.38.
    Northeast: 16. Michael Toms 19:01.29.
    Team results, varsity girls: Pittsburg 33, Frontenac 43, Chanute 65, Fredonia 84, Southeast 113.
    Pittsburg: 2. Sarah Jewett 15:56.40, 9. Alex Wachter 16:50.60, 10. Rachel Farmer 16:52.09, 18. Nichole Kolarik 17:35.05, 20. Ashlee Beitzinger 17:43.01, 31. Emily Dickey 18:29.20.
    Frontenac: 4. Taylor Jameson 16:07.94, 7. Hana Coleman 16:36.60, 15. Tabor Spurling 17:16.12, 21. Karlie Zafuta 17:50.00, 24. Abby Welcher 18:09.07, 39. Kinsella Brunetti 19:46.38.
    Southeast: 16. Brytany Stewart 17:16.51, 36. Alex Craddock 19:18.03, 43. Madison Martin 21:37.29, 44. Ashleigh Fleck 21:37.96, 52. Rachel Holden 30:01.00.
    Northeast: 3. Kaylee Bogina 16:03.30.
    Team results, JV girls: Frontenac 18, Pittsburg 39.
    Pittsburg: 6. Ailie Foresman 19:29.10, 16. Emma Stalnaker 20:16.37, 17. Sabrina Jones 20:16.56, 19. Jordan Redd 20:29.03, 33. Sicily Stahl 22:27.40.
    Frontenac: 4. Nichole Butcher 19:04.49, 5. Allie Moody 19:14.16, 10. Alaina Purdon 19:47.46, 12. Mady Monsour 19:58.41, 13. Devon Coulter 19:58.96, 26. Cheyenne Chastain 21:24.70, 31. Kalyn Kukovich 21:41.31, 34. Jennifer Gee 23:02.95, 35. Audrey Dainty 23:35.72, 38. McKenzie Craig 24:48.60.
    Girard: 7. Jaden Rusher 19:34.03, 18. Katie Jahay 20:27.88, 27. Jennifer Sooter 21:30.44, 30. Jolene Teneson 21:37.03.
    Northeast: 15. Hope Cole 20:13.49.
    Team results, JV boys: Iola 36, Northeast 43, Frontenac 48.
    Northeast: 1. Seth Chandler 19:25.87, 6. Cameron Crigler 20:59.15, 7. Cooper Wade 21:04.57, 24. Timmy Peternell 23:25.92, 26. Cody Robarts 23:26.94, 30. Dennis Hensley 24:44.78, 37. Chad Brennon 25:37.57.
    Frontenac: 3. Trace McKnight 20:26.51, 11. Dillon Brookshire 21:16.42, 15. Drew Martin 21:40.80, 19. Brady Southard 21:55.81, 22. John Brooks 22:52.19, 29. Austin Corder 24:29.11, 32. Zack Siebuhr 24:46.39, 36. Jacob Teats 25:23.33, 43. Elijah Dunnington 29:51.74, 44. Tyler Harris 30:20.74.
    Pittsburg: 10. Josh Allmon 21:14.91, 38. Josh Adamson 26:01.40.
    Girard: 34. Caleb Thurman 24:58.64.
    Southeast: 45. James Humble 31:17.28.
    Page 2 of 3 - High school volleyball
    Girard split matches with Southeast and Galena during a Crawford-Neosho-Cherokee League triangular Tuesday.
    Girard swept the host Galena 2-0 (25-11, 25-10), led by Hayden Bauer with eight kills, three aces and one dig and her sister Audrey Bauer with six kills, five assists and 1.5 blocks. Lauren Davied added five kills and one dig, Anissa Zagonel six digs, three aces, one block and one assist, MaCahla Leslie six aces, three digs, two kills and one block, Trisha Elder 12 assists, six digs and two aces, Megan Gray one kill, and Kelci Murphy eight digs.
    Girard lost to Southeast 2-0 (22-25, 16-25), despite efforts like those of the Bauer sisters — Hayden with six kills, seven digs and Audrey with seven kills, seven assists and five digs. Elder led with 11 assists and added four digs; Leslie matched Elder with four digs. Murphy led Girard with 14 digs. Zagonel had three kills, five digs and one block. Gray added three kills.
    Girard moves its overall record to 13-7 and 3-1 in the CNC.
    In a Three Rivers League triangular Tuesday with Uniontown and St. Paul, Northeast lost to Uniontown 2-0 (13-25, 7-25) and St. Paul 2-1 (25-23, 19-25, 12-25).
    Middle school/junior high football
    The Pittsburg Community Middle School seventh and eighth grade football teams have both started their early seasons 2-0.
    The eighth grade defeated Parsons 32-20 and Independence 28-6. Noah Vaughn scored three times against Parsons and Dylan Prince led the Dragon attack with a 14-yard touchdown run and a 40-yard interception return for touchdown against Independence.
    The seventh grade beat Parsons 8-6 and Independence 30-6. Two-point conversions made all the difference against the Vikings — Chase Curtis connected with Ty Cicero for a successful conversion and Alex Kafka denied Parsons on its game-tying 2-point attempt. Curtis paced Pittsburg with a 30-yard TD pass and a 5-yard TD run against Independence.
    Frontenac split with Girard Tuesday night.
    The Raiders won the eighth grade contest 13-0 behind a 20-yard touchdown pass from Brandon Mlekus to Aaron Scholes and a Mlekus 10-yard run. Luke Loy kicked an extra point onto the first Raiders score. The Raiders dropped the seventh grade contest, 14-0. Frontenac eighth graders improve to 3-0 and the seventh grade drops to 0-2.
    Frontenac heads to Riverton next Tuesday for a seventh-eighth grade doubleheader with the Rams.
    Local karate
    Eight competitors from White’s Kenpo Karate Academy won 18 trophies and medals at the Four State Open (Sept. 8) in Neosho, Mo.
    Mitch White took first in 13-15 advanced forms, 13-15 advanced weapons and 13-15 advanced fighting, a clean sweep of three categories. Nathan Francis finished second in both 13-15 advanced weapons and 13-15 advanced fighting.
    Page 3 of 3 - Jensen Duff took first in 10-12 advanced fighting and second in 10-12 advanced forms. Tristin Perrin won first in 7-9 advanced forms and 7-9 advanced fighting. Kiera Miller took first in 10-12 advanced forms, second in 10-12 advanced fighting and fourth in 10-12 advanced weapons.
    Heaven Townsend won fourth in 7-9 novice forms, 7-9 novice weapons and 7-9 novice fighting. Connor Willey took fourth in 7-9 novice fighting and Johanna Walker fifth in 7-9 novice weapons and third in 7-9 novice fighting.

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