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Conaway, Fenchel win Drake Relays titles

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MOC-Floyd Valley's Alexis Conaway won the Drake Relays high jump title on Thursday. MOC-Floyd Valley's Alexis Conaway won the Drake Relays high jump title on Thursday.
DES MOINES, Iowa (KTIV) - The Drake Relays run all week in Des Moines. The only two full days of action are on Friday and Saturday. A partial schedule was in place Thursday, with distance running and a few field events.

MOC-Floyd Valley senior Alexis Conaway defends her title in the girls high jump, leaping 5'5". Hinton's Kasey Reuter also jumped 5'5" but finished second because of more misses.

Ethan Fenchel on Western Christian wins the boys discus. This week's Sports Fource Champion went 181-feet, 8 inches win by over a foot. Colton Phelps of KP/WC was fifth and North's Austin Langston was eighth.

Tyler Cropley of Bishop Heelan was fifth in the long jump.

Sibley-Ocheyedan's Leah Seivert was tenth in the girls 3,000 meter run.

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--GIRLS HIGH JUMP
1. Alexis Conaway SR MOC-FV  5-05.00     
2. Kasey Reuter SR Hinton J5-05.00     
4. Dijana Hammond SO East Sac County 5-03.00     
5. Brooke Runneberg JR Laurens-Marathon J5-03.00     

--BOYS DISCUS
1. Ethan Fenchel SR Western Christian 181-08                           
5. Colton Phelps SR Kingsly-P/Woodbury Central 162-07                     
8. Austin Langston SR Sioux City North 155-08

--GIRLS 3,000 METERS
10. LEAH SEIVERT SR Sibley-Ocheyedan 10:22.30  

--BOYS LONG JUMP
5. Tyler Cropley SR Bishop Heelan 21-07.50  
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