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Thursday, June 18, 2015 \\; N/Warren Town and County News Page lleven (Held May 6 & 8 atNHS Track) 9-10 Girls 100 Meter dash Claire Farrell :16.19, 1; Addi Burch :16.34, 2; Kennedy Robbins :16.54, 3; Jina Fraser :16.58, 4; Ava Johnson :16.71, 5 9-10 Girls 50 Meter dash Jina Frasor :08.07, 1; Kennedy Robbins :08.14, 2; Ava McKay :08.38, 3; Addi Burch :08.40, 4; Brieanna Baker :09.01, 5 9-10 Girls 200 Meter dash Anna Larson :35.91, 1; Bree Mauro :36.44, 2; Katie Thielsen :37.69, 3; Carly Janssen :38.13, 4; Jayden Anthony :38.39, 5 9-10 Girls 400 Meter dash Claire Farrell 1:20.75, 1; Kate Desmond 1:25.03, 2; Savannah Welch 1:30.22, 3; Taylor Hurley 1:31.91, 4; Petyon Baumgartel 1:32.85, 5 9-10 Girls 4X100 Relay J McConkey, J Brandt, K Robbins, A Burch 1:13.97,1; K Larson, R Trebilcock, K Hodge, G Dehmer 1:18.35, 2; C Janssen, R Hoch, E Cox, S Schultz 1:18.72, 3; J Tiedt, E Tbey, Katelyn J Livingston 1:19.19, 4; L Hughes, M Edgerton, A Litchke C Snow 1:19.50, 5 9-10 Girls Standing Long Jump Katelyn Thielsen 5"11", 1; Carley Janssen 5"8", 2; Shae Ung 5'4", 3 9-10 Girls Softball Throw Abby Litchkey 88', 1; Shelby Landuyt 81'8", 2; Amber Dougherty 80"6,, 3; Brieanna Baker 80'6", 3; Lilli Cunningham 80'2", 5 9-10 Boys 200 Meter dash Caden Endres :32.97, 1; Luke Christenson :33.53, 2; Keilor Rodman :33.57, 3; Cameron Light :34.22, 4; Justus Williams :34.46, 5 9-10 Boys 100 Meter dash Kyler Olson :14.81, 1; Caden Endres :15.09, 2; Keilor Rodman :15.41, 3; Devin Campbell :15.51, 4; CJ Davis :15.76, 5 9-10 Boys 50 Meter dash Devin Campbell :07.59, 1; Skyler Olsen :07.58, 2; CJ Davis :08.05, 3; Brayden Pearson :08.09 4; Conner Allbee :08.09, 5 9-10 Boys 400 Meter Justus Williams 1:20.07, 1; Jack Shallenberger 1:21.72, 2; Josh Brown 1:21.90, 3; Redek Born 1:21.91, 4; Ben Hanson 1:24.43, 5; 9-10 Boys 4X100 Relay C Light, C Endres, CJ Davis, O Krichau 1:06.91, 1; C Hastings, N Roth, D Stageman, D King 1:09.67, 2; A Harder, K Rodman, W Black, Nate 1:10.22, 3; B Pearson, W Chase, R Rietz, 2015 Live Healthy Iowa Track Meet Results Photos submitted. Mellencamp 1:17:28, 3; Ja- son Kritzler 1:17:44, 4; Basinger 1:17:68, 5 13 Boys 200 Meter Dash Jonathon Eggers 30:301; Ethan Carlson 30:32, 2; Tyler Wegner 31:44, 3; Carter LaVelle 32:51, 4; Cole Tunender 33:57, 5 13 Boys 100 Meter Dash Chase McKinney 14:71, 1; Jonathon Eggers 14:76, 2; Brian Hart 14:76, 3; Ethan Carlson 15:35, 4; Nolan Roff 15:38, 5 J Williams 1:10.28, 4; T Harper, R Born, T Percy, W Clark 1:11.13, 5 9-10 Boys Standing Long Jump Skyler Olson 6"3", 1; Dillon Slaugh 5"10", 2; Keilor Rodman 5"10", 2; Ryan McCarn 5"7.5, 4; Justus Williams 5'7", 5 9-10 Boys Softball Throw CJ Davis 123"5" 1;Aidan Harder 122'6", 2; Justus Williams 113'1", 3; Jack Shallenberger 112"7",.4; DJ Harris 110'11", 5 11-12 Boys 100 Meter dash Payton Rech :14.57, 1; Tyler Isley :14.77, 2; Jaxon Morawski :14.69, 3; Ian Bragg :14.69, 3; Brody Lucas :14.76, 5 11-12 Boys 200 Meter dash Chase Monroe :30.90, 1; Jaxon Morawski :31.15, 2; Tyler Isley :31.21, 3; Dalton Stoffel :31.75, 4; Cael Eck :31.87, 5 11-12 Boys 400 Meter dash Caden Johnson 1:13.58, 1; Nick Marker 1:15.20, 2; Grant Shallenberger 1:15.82, 3; Logan Boyd 1:16.00, 4; Micah Percy 1:16.20, 5 11-12 Boys 800 Meter Run Braedon Carlson 2:45.49, 1; Grant Shallenberger 2:48.57, 2; Chase Monroe 2:54.27, 3; Lance Nielson 2:55.60, 4; Cade Gassman 2:56.45, 5 11-12 Boys 4X100 Relay C Johnson, J Morawski, P Rech, D Christensen 1:02.75, 1; C Hargin, C Campbell, C Brandsfield, K Pearson 1:05.63, 2; O Arnold, M Percy, I Bragg, D Stoffel 1:05.7, 3; L Neilson, T Beving, L Jones, D Connelly 1:06.97, 4; Z Bums, A Mills, B Ewing, J Hudson 1:07.77, 5; 11-12 Boys Standing Long Jump Tyler Isley 7', 1; Cale Eck 6"7", 2; Grant Shallenberger 6'5", 3; Gabe Johnson 6'3", 4 11-12 Boys Softball Throw Cael Eck 163'0", 1; Caden Johnson 156"5", 2; Nick Marker 151'0", 3; Landon Hochstein 138'10", 4; Derek Einertson 137'2", 5 11-12 Girls 800 Meter Lexi Livingston 3:15.29, 1; Torin Lackmann 3:15.66, 2; Lexi Popken 3:31.77, 3; Olivia Coburn 3:36.77, 4; Bree Gassmann 3:52.52, 5 11-12 Girls 400 Meter dash Haley Downe 1:18.44,1; Hannah Kehoe 1:19.56, 2; Hannah Groos 1:21.25, 3; Emma Chase 1:22.77, 4; Lexi Livingston 1:23.12, 5 11-12 Girls 100 Meter dash JoJo Bice :14.71, 1; Reagan Levi :14.83, 2; Kennedy Wendl :15.07, 3; Olivia Johnson :15.20, 4; Macy Beerman :15.94, 5 11-12 Girls 200 Meter dash Reagan Levi :30.22, 1; Serenity Martinez :32.09, 2; Kennedy Wendl :32.33, 3; Olivia Johnson :32.85, 4; Kami Johnson :33.34, 5 11-12 Girls 4X100 Relay H Schrieber, J Bice, O Johnson, K Wendl 0 !:04.40, 1; N Martin, T Lackman, E Sizemore, A .Wallace 01:11.1, 2 11-12 Girls Standing Long Jump Torin Lackmann 6'11", 1; Skylinn Smith 6'4", 2; Ellie Sizemore 6'3", 3; Hattie Dukes 6'3", 3 11-12 Girls Softball Throw Haley Hawne 124'0", 1; Hattie Dukes 119'0", 2; Si- erra Chittenden 118'1", 3; Ellie Sizemore 116"9", 4; Stmuner Pasutti 115'0", 5 13 Girls 800 Run McKenzie Parker 3:39.12, 1 13 Girls 1600 Run MaKenzie 9:22.16, 1 13 Girls 400 Meter Dash Bren Moritz 1:17:70, 1; Maddie Albrecht 1:25:62, 2; Callen Randall 1:27:33, 3 13 Gifts 200 Meter Dash Jayden Lammers 32:28, 1; Peyton Hodge 32:41, 2; Bren Moritz 33:51, 3; Allison Roberts 35:56, 4; Vivian Tracy 35:58, 5 13 Girls 100 Meter Dash Jayden Lammers 15:31, 1; Peyton Hodge 16:21, 2; Allison Roberts 16:25, 3; Vivian Tracy 16:33, 4; Kaitlyn Keen 16:85, 5 13 Girls 4X100 Relay 1, N/A 13 Girls Softball Jayden Lammers 136', 1; Madison Wicks 118'5", 2; Bren Moritz 97"4", 3; Peyton Hodge 94"6", 4; Madisyn Albrecht 89'7", 5 13 Girls Standing Long Jump Maggie Clemenson 6'10", 1; Jayden Lammers 6'6.5", 2; Kaitlyn Keen 6"6", 3; Bren Moritz 6"3", 4 13 Boys 1600 Meter Run Austin Brenizer 6:41.00, ; Brenden Janssen 9:35.39, 2 13 Boys 800 Meter Run Nolan Roff 2:54.22, 1; Austin Brenizer 3:09.00, 2; Colton McKitrick 3:14.22, 3; Jeter Noyes 3:28.57, 4 13 Boys 400 Meter Dash Chase McKinney 1:10:15, 1; Cole Tunender 1:11:68, 2; Jackson Parker 13 Boys 4X100 Relay Grant Larson, Chase McKinney, Sam Eggers, Carter LaVelle 1:01.92, 1 13 Boys Softball Evan Borst 165'4", 1; Grant Larson 163', 2; Ethan Carlson 158', 3; Max Juergens 154', 4; Carter LaVelle 144', 5 13 Boys Standing Long Jump Seth Lors 6"10", 1; Ethan Carlson 6'10", 2; Grant Harbour 6'8", 3; Brenden Janssen 6'8", 3; Jaden Eppers 6'8", 3 Senate News By State Senator Julian B. Garrett Julian.Garrett@legis.iowa.gov. Review of Session The Iowa Legislature has adjourned and Iowans are now analyzing the results. I was disappointed in much of what was done and what was not done. Keep in mind that bills that were not acted on this year will be eligible for consideration next year. Here are some details on some of the more high profile bills that were passed or not passed this session: Overspending. The final budget includes a bill spending $145 million more than estimated revenue. I voted no. Senator Gronstal objected loudly to my com- ments on the bill and my criticism of Democrats for refusing to negotiate with the Governor and House Re- publicans on fiscal 2017 school spending. I will be watch- ing to see if the Governor vetoes any of this overspend- ing. Education Funding. The final K-12 education fund- ing included the 1.25% increase that the Governor and House Republicans had proposed, but tacked on another $55.7 million in one-time money. The one time money bill also included an additional $9 million for the Re- gents Schools and community colleges. This money is part of the $145 million that I described above. The Gov- ernor asked the leaders of the House and Senate to work on school funding for fiscal 2017, after they agreed on fiscal 2016 funding. The Senate leaders refused to do that. Fuel Tax Increase. The fuel tax was increased by 10 cents per gallon. Though we were told the reason was to repair roads and bridges, only one third of the money goes to rural areas where most of the roads and bridges are. School Start Date. I claimed a small victory (but a big victory for Irving School) when I was able to work with those managing the bill, to provide an exception from the August 23 start date for year around schools. It was widely believed that the Governor would veto a start date before August 23 so most legislators accepted that date. In a very unusual vote, six Democrat Senators voted with nearly all Republicans to pass the bill. The 26 Democrat Senators nearly always stick together. Sena- tor Gronstal filed a motion to reconsider the bill but re- lented the next week. He apparently hoped to convince some senators to change their votes but that didn't hap- pen. Second Amendment Rights. In spite of intense grass roots lobbying, we were not able to pass any gun rights bills. Among other provisions, the sale of sound sup- pressors, commonly called silencers, would have been legalized in two different bills. In spite of the fact that a big majority of Senators claim to support the sale of sound suppressors, nothing passed both chambers. Bullying. Though the Senate voted to expand the school's role in policing bullying of students with cer- tain traits or characteristics, the House voted down the bill. Many people do not realize that neither the current law, nor the proposed bill apply to all students. To qualify for protection, the student must be bullied be- cause of a trait or characteristic. A student who is bul- lied for example, because of something he or she did or said, would not be covered. I thought it was interesting that all session, schools told us that they don't have the personnel to do all that they are supposed to do now. We were constantly told of likely cuts and layoffs. Yet this bill would have expanded the role of schools in policing bullying on social media, completely outside of school. Another objection is that parents would not necessarily be told of the bullying.