Schneider, Mendez, Lampe lead Hounds at Pen City Relays

FMHS senior Claire Mendez motors around turn four in the 3000-meter run Tuesday night at the Pen City Relays. Mendez finished in 3rd place. Photo by Chuck Vandenberg/PCC


FORT MADISON – Future University of Northern Iowa runner, Brett Schneider, took first in the 800-meter run at the Pen City Relays on Tuesday evening at Richmond Field.

The senior set the pace at 2:29.70, scored 10 points winning by 1.5 seconds over Olivia Hamblin of Cedar Rapids Kennedy, and ushered the Hounds to a 9th place finish. Senior Kamryn Bailey also scored in the event with her 6th place finish at 2:38.50.

Fort Madison got a second-place throw from Leigh Johnson in the shotput. Johnson came up short of Iliyah Moore of West Burlington by 5′-10″. Johnson’s throw of 33′-0″ scored eight points for the Bloodhounds.

Sophomore Anna Kester hands off to Claire Mendez in the 4×200 meter relay on Monday night at turn 3. Photo by Chuck Vandenberg/PCC

Senior Claire Mendez put up nine points for the Hounds with a 6th place finish in the 1500-meter run at 5:49.03 and a 3rd-place finish in the 3000-meter run at 12:11.70.

Reyna Lampe took 3rd place in the 100-meter hurdles with a 17.16 mark good for six points. Lampe put up another two points with a 7th-place finish in the 400 hurdles at 1:20.85.

In the relays, the Hounds scored two points with a 7th place finish in the 4×100 relay with Taylor Barnes, Olivia Williams, Lampe, and Kylie Cashman running for the crimson and black.

The 4×400 relay team of Nadia Boeding, Bailey, Schneider, and Sierra Howardson took 5th and earned four points with a 4:31.62 time.

The 800-meter sprint medley  team of Cashman, Williams, Boeding, and Schneider earned three points with a 5th place time of 2:01.57.

Barnes, Lampe, Lauren King, and Madelyn Swigart earned a point in the Shuttle Hurdle Relay at 1:20.00 good for 8th place.

Cashman had a leap of 14′-2″ in the long jump good enough for 6th place and three points to round out the scoring for the Lady Hounds.

Complete results are listed below.

100-meter dash Olivia Williams 14.58 (15th), Anna Schroeder 18.43 (19th)

200-meter dash – Anna Kester 31.12 (11th), Jada Lamm 33.76 (15th), Anna Schroeder 39.74 (18th).

400-meter dash – Nadia Boeding 1:11.49 (11th)

800-meter run – Brett Schneider 2:29.70 (1st-10 pts.), Kamryn Bailey 2:38.50 (6th – 3 pts.)

1500-meter run – Claire Mendez 5:49.03 (6th -3 pts.)

3000-meter run – Claire Mendez 12:11.70 (3rd – 6 pts.)

100-meter hurdles – Reyna Lampe 17.16 (3rd – 6 pts.), Taylor Barnes 19.37 (15th), Madelyn Swigart 21.10 (19th)

400-meter hurdles – Reyna Lampe 1:20.85 (7th – 2 pts.), Madelyn Swigart 1:29.09 (10th)

4×100 relay – Barnes, Williams, Lampe, and Kylie Cashman 57.67 (7th – 2 pts)

4×200 relay – Kester, Claire Mendez, Raigan Munson, and Cashman, 2:05.00 (9th)

4×400 relay – Boeding,  Bailey, Schneider, and Sierra Howardson 4:31.62 (5th – 4 pts.)

800-meter sprint medley – Cashman, Williams, Boeding, and Schneider 2:01.57 (5th – 3 points)

Distance Medley – Bailey, Barnes, Howardson and Schneider, 5:38.87 (8th)

Shuttle Hurdle Relay – Barnes, Lampe, Lauren King, Madelyn Swigart – 1:20.00 (8th – 1 pt.)

Long Jump – Kylie Cashman 14′-2″ (6th-3 pts), Olivia Williams 12′-3″ (13th)

Shot put – Leigh Johnson 33′-0″ (2nd – 7 points), Kamryn Bailey 22′-6″ (13th)

Discus throw – Leigh Johnson  79′-3″ (11th), Dalyn Wondra 73′-4″

Junior varsity results:

4×100 meter relay – Emma Torgler,  Jada Lamm,  Raigan Munson, and Dalyn Wondra – 1:03.28 (5th -4 points)

Distance Medley – Swigart, Lamm, Munson, and King – 5:28.41 (1st – 10 points)


Freshman Taylor Barnes pushes the first leg of the Hounds’ shuttle hurdle relay on Tuesday at the Pen City Relays. The Hounds finished with 51 points and 9th place. Photo by Chuck Vandenberg/PCC


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