Kristi Nixon

05/24/2017 - 11:05am
DES MOINES – Nicole Heeren followed up her state runner-up finish in the shot put with a state title in the discus on Friday, May 19. Her best was saved for last as she progressively got better with each effort after fouling on the opener. “My first throw, I fouled, but I didn’t want to have that mindset throughout…I’ve been focusing the whole season on consistently...
05/24/2017 - 11:02am
DES MOINES – Clarksville’s Kori Wedeking earned two state medals in her first state track experience, helping the Indians finish in a tie for 22nd in Class 1A last week. The freshman started out the weekend with a runner-up finish in the 3,000 after leading the race for about 800 meters before being passed by eventual state champ and...
05/19/2017 - 12:27am
DES MOINES - Clarksville and North Butler each produced a state runner-up in Class 1A on Thursday, May 18. The Indians' Kori Wedeking was second in the first running event of the day, leading the 3,000 for about 800 before being passed in the last two laps and finishing in 10 minutes, 38.52 seconds behind East Mills' Janette Schraft....
05/16/2017 - 12:12pm
TRIPOLI – Clarksville’s girls golf team made it a high-five as the Indians remained the Iowa Star Conference champions for the fifth straight year. Capri Rabatach stepped up big for coach Jill Norton’s team to earn medalist runner-up with two solid rounds – 49-48 – 97. But more than that, all four Clarksville scores...
04/25/2017 - 12:14pm
GREENE – In an emotional ceremony before running commenced, the North Butler boys track & field team paused to honor long-time guidance counselor, track coach and official Kyle Marquard, naming the meet in his honor on Friday, April 21. Marquard was surrounded by family as he was presented with a plaque to cheers from the home crowd. He...
04/25/2017 - 12:03pm
GREENE – Even though Clarksville had to make a last-minute adjustment with its 4x100 relay, the Indians still managed a good time at the Kyle Marquard Invite at Greene on Friday, April 21. The usual third leg of the relay, freshman Deric Trees, was injured during the long jump and was forced out. His replacement, James Jacobson, did just...
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