The Bobcat Boys' Basketball Summer Camp will be held June 11-14 at the MHS Roundhouse for all boys going into grades 5-12 in the fall of 2012.
Campers in grades 9-12 will attend a morning session from 9-11:30 a.m., while those in grades 5-8 will participate in the 12:30-3 p.m. afternoon session.
The camp will be conducted by Marshalltown High School boys' basketball coach Scott Smith and staff, as well as other area coaches. Each day will include instruction, competition, games, awards and door prizes.
Cost to register is $40 on or before June 8, or $50 after. Registration forms can be found at the MHS athletic office or the main office at Miller, Lenihan or any Marshalltown elementary school. Call (641) 754-1142 or (641) 752-9837 for more information.
Trojan girls lead area teams in Hudson
HUDSON - West Marshall finished fifth to lead a handful of area girls' track and field teams at the Hudson Invite on Tuesday night.
The Trojans scored 50 points in the 16-team event, while Grundy Center was ninth (41), BCLUW 10th (36) and East Marshall 13th (21). Gladbrook-Reinbeck did not score.
West Marshall netted a pair of first-place finishes on the night as Jennifer Davis won the shot put with a throw of 37 feet, 2 1/2 inches, and McKenzie Shipley topped the long jump at 16-11.
The Trojans' 4x200-meter relay team of Alexis Leonard, Victoria Pothast, KeAnn Kelber and Shipley took third (1:51.34). The same foursome, in a different order, was fourth in the sprint medley (1:58.66). Kaitlyn Nichols scored fourth in the discus (108 feet) and fifth in the shot put (32-8).
East Marshall's top performance came from Abby Nuese, who was runner-up in the 100 hurdles (17.11). The Mustangs' shuttle hurdle relay team of Jennifer Chapman, Katie Roseland, Callie Roseland and Nuese was fifth (1:16.61), and Claire Johnson was fifth in the long jump (14-11 3/4).
Grinnell defeats STC/EM girls soccer
GRINNELL - The South Tama/East Marshall girls' soccer team suffered defeat in its first road match of the spring, falling 4-0 to Grinnell on Tuesday night.
The Trojans (1-2) trailed 3-0 at the half and saw starting defender Missi Peters go down with a knee injury.
STC/EM managed to threaten but could not come up with a goal for the second straight game. Goalkeeper Sam Earley finished with 13 saves in net for the Trojans, who host Class 2A No. 8 Union at 4:30 p.m. on Thursday.
South Hamilton golfers sweep WM
JEWELL - South Hamilton swept both sides of a golf dual against West Marshall on Tuesday at the Jewell Golf & Country Club.
The West Marshall girls were edged 205-211. Claire Underwood led the Trojans in tying for second place with a round of 50. Abbey Sheer and Kinze Goecke both shot 53, and Shayla Moler added a 55.
Brittany Butler led the host Hawks with a medalist round of 43. The South Hamilton boys used four scores of 42 or better to win 158-196, with Trevor Ullestad shooting even-par 36 to take medalist honors.
Garrett Goodwin led West Marshall with a 47, followed by a 49 for Josh Wren and 50s for Caleb Wren, Eric Newton and Tyler Cassady.
Trobaugh, Billerbeck medal for G-R
PARKERSBURG - The Gladbrook-Reinbeck boys' golf team won their second dual meet in as many days, defeating Aplington-Parkersburg 167-176 on Tuesday at Legend Trail Golf Club.
G-R's Kevin Trobaugh shot a 1-under-par 35 to claim medalist honors, while Jacob Smoldt finished as the runner-up with a 41. Cobren Bird added a 45 and both Brady Billerbeck and Parker Bolt shot 46 to complete the Rebels' team score.
On Monday, Gladbrook-Reinbeck ousted host North Tama, 159-185 at Traer Golf & Country Club. Billerbeck shot a 1-over 36 for medalist honors and Smoldt was again the runner-up at 38. Trobaugh shot 39 and Bird added a 46.
North Tama was led by Taylor Dinsdale's 44, Blade Bradley and Brian Seda both shot 46 and Jacob Wrage a 49.
STC boys 2nd, girls 5th at Norwalk
NORWALK - The South Tama track and field team was second in the boys' team standings at the Norwalk Co-ed Invitational on Monday.
The Trojans amassed 111.5 points to trail only Norwalk (126) in the eight-team event. Newton was third (94) and Dallas Center-Grimes fourth (75).
South Tama went 1-2 in the 100-meter dash with Kyle Stephenson clocking 11.28 seconds and Brody Boldt 11.49. Boldt was the champion in the 200 (23.68). Stephenson earned second place in the long jump (19 feet, 8 inches).
In the distance events, Brady Ellenbecker won the 800 (2:07.84), while Clay Waterbury was third (2:09.14). Ellenbecker also took top honors in the 1,600 (4:43.75), while Brandon Nelson was second in the 3,200 (10:38.51).
The relay events saw the Trojans fare well as they won each the 4x100, 4x200 and 4x800.
Norwalk was the girls' team champion with 133 points, while Newton was second (107). South Tama and Grinnell tied for fifth with 57 points.
South Tama won a pair of field events behind the efforts of Samantha Holtz in the discus (109 feet) and Riley Craun in the long jump (14-2 3/4).
The Trojans' Kelsey Kupka was the runner-up in the 1,500 in 5:31.24 and added a fourth-place finish in the 400 hurdles (1:15.52). Taylor Ellenbecker took fourth in the 3,000 (12:31.26).
West Marshall sprints to 2nd at CMB
BAXTER - The West Marshall boys' track and field team placed second at the CMB Invite on Monday.
Dalton Ferch finished first in the 100 meters with a time of 11.40 seconds while Duncan Ferch was first in the 200 in 23.84 seconds as the Trojans racked up 105.5 team points, trailing only North Polk's 123.5.
Three West Marshall relay teams brought back gold on the day.
Josh Bunn, Tysen Streeter, Duncan Ferch and Dalton Ferch crossed the finish line in 1:32.10 in the 4x200 and then finished in 3:31.33 to take the 4x400.
Trevor Wignall, Tanner Stalzer, Cody Gadbaw and Bunn were the winning quartet in the 4x100 with a time of 45.38.