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Area Sports Roundup: Jays host Marney Shirley Invite

Noelle Thompson emerges from the water while swimming the backstroke for the Blue Jays in the 200 yard medley relay. John M. Steiner / The Sun

A trio of third-place finishes paced the Blue Jay girls swimming and diving team Saturday during the Marney Shirley Invite at the JHS pool.

Jamestown High finished third out of five teams with 491 points one day after splitting with Williston and Dickinson. Minot took top team honors, piling up 650.5 points.

"It was a solid performance," Jamestown coach Ben Smith said. "We schedule these meets back-to-back so we can kind of simulate what state is going to be like, swimming on Friday and then having to swim again on Saturday.

"Obviously the girls were a little tired today, but we still had a lot of personal best times."

Seventh-grader Chea Baugh touched third in the 200 IM for the Jays (2:29.24), while junior Nadia Netolicky's 294.60 on the diving board was also good enough for third on the podium. Jamestown's 200 freestyle relay team of Sydney Soulis, Courtnay Kiecker, Tyler Alonge and Kenzie Carlson placed third with a time of 1 minute, 49.48 seconds.

Carlson touched fourth in both the 50 free (26.78) and the 100 free (59.27). Baugh turned in a fourth-place performance in the 500 free (5:55.43).

Jamestown competes Tuesday in Minot. The West Region meet is scheduled for Nov. 4 in Bismarck.

"We still have a lot of time to train," Smith said. "We'll keep focusing on that."

Marney Shirley Invite

Team results

1. Minot 650.5; 2. Williston 529; 3. Jamestown 491; 4. Dickinson 378.5; 5. Bismarck 242.

Individual winners and Blue Jay results

200 medley relay: 1. W (Torgun Knudsen, Jenny Logan, Demi Peterson, Ellie Schmit), 1:57.93; 4. J (Noelle Thompson, Tyler Alonge, Anna Magyar, Chea Baugh), 2:08.88.

200 freestyle: 1. Brandy Logan, W, 2:08.02; 12. Josie Brown, J, 2:26.40; 15. Keelie Renwick, 2:33.72; 20. Caroline Kiser, J, 2:51.84.

200 IM: 1. Emily Brugman, M, 2:26.33; 3. Baugh, J, 2:29.24; 8. Catherine Deaver, J, 2:42.58; 9. Jordyn Mewes, J, 2:42.67; 11. Delanie Finck, J, 2:44.46.

50 freestyle: 1. Hannah Zaderaka, M, 25.63; 4. Kenzie Carlson, J, 26.78; 9. Alonge, J, 27.88; 10. Sydney Soulis, J, 27.95; 11. Courtnay Kiecker, J, 27.97.

Diving: Olivia Schoffstall, M, 347.05; 3. Nadia Netolicky, J, 294.60; 5. Emma Hillerud, J, 272.60; 6. Cat Raap, J, 270; 7. Alexis Triebenbach, J, 258.80.

100 butterfly: 1. Peterson, W, 1:03.19; 8. Magyar, J, 1:12.46; 13. Calli Lynch, J, 1:16.31; 15. Finck, J, 1:21.96; 17. Paris Eslick, 1:35.32.

100 freestyle: 1. Zaderaka, M, 56.19; 4. Kenzie Carlson, J, 59.27; 11. Soulis, J, 1:06.54; 14. Dafne Pethel, J, 1:09.55; 15. Grace Roy, J, 1:10.07.

500 freestyle: 1. Korie Riely, D, 5:50.52; 4. Baugh, J, 5:55.43; 11. Mewes, J, 6:24.24; 12. Deaver, J, 6:24.36; 13. Brown, J, 6:29.30.

200 freestyle relay: 1. M (Payton Luzardo, Bella Brooks, Jordn Wolsky, Zaderaka), 1:46.59; 3. J (Soulis, Kiecker, Alonge, Carlson), 1:49.98.

100 backstroke: 1. Knudsen, W, 1:05.91; 6. Thompson, J, 1:11.20; 9. Kiecker, J, 1:12.08; 21. Caroline Kiser, J, 1:51.85.

100 breaststroke: 1. Rylie Webb, M, 1:11.83; 4. Alonge, J, 1:19.76; 7. Sophie Gaertner, J, 1:24.46; 8. Lynch, J, 1:24.96; 11. Jazlyn Wick, 1:28.11.

400 freestyle relay: 1. M (Zaderaka, Brugman, Webb, Luzardo), 3:51.29; 4. J (Carlson, Baugh, Kiecker, Mewes), 4:11.83.

Ford paces XC teams

Jamestown freshman Meghan Ford finished fourth at the WDA cross country championships Saturday at Williston Municipal Golf Course.

Ford, the ninth-ranked runner in Class A, finished ahead of Bismarck Century's Emily Goldade, who finished sixth and is ranked second in the state. The top-ranked runner in Class A girls cross country, Mandan's Kelby Rinas, won the 5K event in 18 minutes, 22.16 seconds.

Ford didn't finish too far behind, covering the course in 18:54.09. Bismarck's Matti Shirley-Fairbairn and Legacy's Lindsey Werner, ranked third and sixth, crossed in the second and third, respectively.

The Jays finished sixth out of nine teams with 111 girls competing. The Blue Jay boys captured eighth in the boys' 5K with 156 runners competing.

WDA Cross Country Championships

Girls 5K

Team results

1. Bismarck 53; 2. Minot 68; 3. Bismarck Century 80; 4. Dickinson 146; 5. Bismarck Legacy 163; 6. Jamestown 197; 7. Mandan 208; 8. Williston 270; 9. Turtle Mountain 509.

Top 10 and Blue Jay results

1. Kelby Rinas, Mandan, 18:22.16; 2. Mattie Shirley-Fairbairn, Bismarck, 18:35.81; 3. Lindsey Werner, Legacy, 18:40.79; 4. Meghan Ford, J, 18:54.09; 5. Eleni Lovgren, W, 19:00.11; 6. Emily Goldade, Century, 19:10.20; 7. Erin Palmer, Century, 19:11.00; 8. Callie Clausnitzer, Bismarck, 19:26.51; 9. Abby Hoffarth, Minot, 20:06.24; 10. Reece Vorachek, Bismarck, 19:59.03; 45. Eliza Herrick, J, 22:12.69; 46. Teralyn Coombs, J, 22:16.29; 49. Jaymee George, J, 22:31.71; 53. Alexis Kirkeby, J, 22:55.27.

Boys 5K

Team results

1. Bismarck Legacy 49; 2. Bismarck Century 60; 3. Williston 71; 4. Bismarck 94; 5. Dickinson 151; 6. Mandan 222; 7. Minot 230; 8. Jamestown 317; 9. Turtle Mountain.

Individual winner and Blue Jay results

1. Evan Sayler, Century, 15:54.48; 50. Chandlar Rott, J, 18:22.76; 54. Ben Anteau, J, 18:30.94; 61. Micah Hoke, K, 18:45.25; 71. Mitchell Hunter 19:13.10; 81. Thomas Schmiedeberg, J, 19:26.00.

Kamel tops Jays' Mullowney

Jamestown's Connor Mullowney lost out Saturday in the consolation bracket of the boys state singles tennis tournament in Grand Forks.

Mullowney fell to Fargo Davies Kareem Kamel 6-2, 6-2, ending the senior captain's season. Kamel defeated Bismarck Legacy's Bradley Moylan 7-5, 6-4 in the next match for fifth place.

Patriots top Lions in 9-man

Mayville-Portland-Clifford-Galesburg defeated Linton-HMB 22-16 in the first round of the state 9-man football playoffs Saturday in Linton.

The Patriots' Sam Satrom opened the scoring in the first quarter with a 99-yard touchdown run. Satrom ended with 114 yards on five carries, while Nathan McClenahen rushed for 96 yards on 18 carries.

Landon Twardoski rushed for 54 yards and a score on 21 carries for the Lions, who finish the season at 7-2. The Lions scored 16 points in the fourth quarter after falling behind 22-0.

MPCG 22, Linton-HMB 16

M 14 8 0 0 -- 22

L 0 0 0 16 -- 16

M: Sam Satrom 99 run (Reese Hanson run), 7:35.

M: Tristan Beck 37 pass from Hanson (run failed), 5:20.

M: Hanson 45 run (Rylee Thompson pass from Hanson), 4:54.

L: Landon Twardoski 7 run (Jack McCrory pass from Cole Baumiller), 9:48.

L: McCrory 19 pass from Baumiller (Baumiller run), 3:52.

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