No. 3 Ankeny soccer topples Centennial on Friday
The Ankeny and Ankeny Centennial soccer groups reignited their rivalry as soon as once more when the 2 met Friday evening.
The Hawks hosted the Jaguars on Sept. 2 and defeated Centennial 17-10.
The sport was shut all through the primary half, scoreless by way of the primary quarter and tied at 10 at halftime. Ankeny scored a landing within the third quarter to seize the win.
Senior quarterback JJ Kohl had a great sport to guide the Hawks, ending 17-for-26 for 212 yards and one landing.
Senior receiver Maddox Ward had the receiving landing, ending the day with one reception for 17 yards.
Senior Jamison Patton had a powerful sport as properly, speeding thrice for 23 yards and a landing and likewise catching eight receptions for 118 yards to guide all receivers. He additionally led the protection with seven complete tackles.
Senior working again Easton Miller led the Jaguars, scoring the group’s lone landing. Miller completed the day with 10 rushes for 44 yards and a landing in addition to one reception for 11 yards. He additionally recorded 7.5 complete tackles, together with one sack.
Junior quarterback Trenton Smith went 7-for-16 for 35 yards and likewise rushed eight instances for 40 yards.
Junior working again Elijah Miller led the working backs with 16 rushes for 89 yards whereas senior Brody Targarrt led the protection with 9.5 complete tackles.
Ankeny will subsequent tackle Dowling Catholic at 7 p.m. Sept. 9 at Ankeny Metropolis Stadium whereas Centennial faces Waukee at 7 p.m. Sept. 9 at Waukee Stadium.
Ladies cross nation runs at Ames
The Centennial and Ankeny ladies cross nation groups competed on the Kirk Schmaltz Invite on Sept. 1 with various outcomes.
In a discipline of 11 groups, the Jaguars positioned first general with 54 group factors whereas the Hawks got here in third with 98 factors. Valley was second, scoring 75 factors.
Senior Rondi Quass led the Jaguars, putting fifth with a time of 18:39.2 whereas sophomore Anika Mohrhauser adopted in seventh, ending with a time of 18:50.7.
Sophomores Bella Hodges and Julia Flick and freshman Kylee Patterson additionally positioned within the high 20. Hodges grabbed thirteenth with a time of 19:40.1, Flick was 14th with a time of 19:40.7 and Patterson rounded out the highest 20 in fifteenth with a time of 19:51.
Main the best way for Ankeny was sophomore Drew Beason, who positioned ninth with a time of 19:27.4.
Sophomore Lauren Jackson and senior Brylee Moyer additionally positioned within the high 20, with Jackson in 18th and Moyer in twentieth. Jackson ran a time of 19:52.9 whereas Moyer completed with a time of 20:00.4.
The Jaguars will subsequent compete on the Cedar Rapids Invitational at 4:40 p.m. Sept. 8 on the Seminole Valley Cross Nation Course whereas the Hawks will run on the Bobcat Invite at 4 p.m. Sept. 8 at Marshalltown Neighborhood School.