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Page Six The Carlisle Citizen Thursday, May 22, 2014 y .1=. 3 Members of the School Record .Breaking 4X400m Relay Team SEMESTER TEST REGULATIONS 2 nd Semester: May 22 & 23 Henry Sanders, Joe Crowley, Nolan Vollstedt, and Tyrell Erb - 3:28.55 **new school record As a team, the Cats finished in 4th place out of 8 teams with 86 points. DCG won district team title with 132 points. The 4x400m relay team broke the school record set in 1986 while this is Erb's third straight season of qualifying in the 400m dash. Other top finishers on the night included the 4xl00m relay team of Luke Murray, Noah Smith, Nathan Gerlach, and Tice who finished 3 rd in 45.67. Sanders also finished 3 rd in the 400m ,dash in 53.41. The 4x800m relay team of Taylor Hammond, Luke Sinclair, Trevor Carra, and Chad Carter finished 4 th in a time of 8:52.13. The distance medley relay team of Chase Shannahan, Brayden Bur k, Brian Robertson, and Carra also finished 4 th in 4:04.63. Luke Oja finished 5 th in the shot: put (41-02.5) while Kire Seskis finished 5 th in the long jump at 18-01.25. Hagedorn finished 5 th in the high jump while Chad Carter picked up a 6 th place finish in the 800. Other top 8 performers included JJ Orput (7 th in 3200), Luke Sinclair (7 th in 1600), and Dallas Wright (7 th in 400 hurdles). CHS Boy Track and Field Finishes 3 rd in Raccoon River Conference Meet The CHS Boys Track and Field squad finished 3rd out of 8 teams in the annual Raccoon River Conference Meet held on Saturday 5/10 at ADM High School. Boone re- peated as team champs with 124 points followed by Carroll with 97 and Carlisle with 76. Bondurant-Farrar finished with 69 points while ADM scored 61 points to round out the top 5. The Cats finished in 6th a year ago with 37 team points. The Cats crowned one individual champion in Tyrell Erb who gutted out a win in the 400m dash in 50.97 in his only race of the day due to a back injury. Junior Henry Sanders was right on his heels to finish 2nd in 51.31 The 4xll0m shuttle hurdle relay squad was also Rac- coon River Conference Champs in a time of 1:00.54. The quartet of sophomores Joe Crowley and Peyton Stephens and juniors Sanders and Josh Hage'dorn currently have the 10th fastest time in 3A. Hagedorn also jumped a ca- reer best of 6'0 in the high jump to place 2nd. Sanders picked up a 3rd place finish in the ll0m high hurdles in a season best time of 15.86. Sophomore Grant Tice cap- tured another top 3 finish by placing 3rd in the 100m dash in a season best time of 11.48. The 4xl00m relay team of senior Luke Murray, junior Noah Smith, junior Nathan Gerlach, and Tice finished 3rd.in 45.34. Crowley finished third in the 400m hurdles in a season best time of 58.73. Other Top 6 finishers included the 4x800m relay team of senior Taylor Hammond, juniors Chad Carter and Trevor Carra, and sophomore Luke Sinclair finished 4th in a season best time of 8:48.63. The 4x200m relay team of sophomores Chase Shannahan and Kire Seskis along with Smith and Gerlach finished 4th in 1:36.02. Carter picked up a 4th place finish in the 800m run in 2:11.56. Junior Luke Oja picked up a 5th place finish in the shot put with a heave of 42-7 while senior Danil Pestrikov finished 6th in the long jump at 18'8". Freshman JJ Orput finished 6th in the 3200m run in 10:55.69 and the 4x400m relay team of junior Nolan Vollstedt, Crowley, Hagedorn, and Stephens finished 6th in 3:45.09. B2B Salon 5921 SE 14th Street, Suite 1800 Des Moines, Iowa ~ 515-287-1500 Tuesday-Friday - 9am to 7pm Saturday - 9am to 5pm Sunday - llam to 5pm Walk-ins Welcome SEMESTER: EXAM SCHEDULE 1 st Semester: Day # 1 (Odd.Periods) Thursday, May 22, 2014 1 st Period Exam 8:10 am- 9:35. am 3 rd Period Exam 9:45 am - 11"10 am Lunch 5 th Period Exam 7 th Period Exam 11:10 am- 12:15 pm (MUST SIGN UP IN OFFICE'FOR SCHOOL LUNCH) 12:20 pm - 1:45 pm 1"55 pm- 3:20 pm SEMESTER EXAM SCHEDULE 1 st Semester: Day #2 (Even Periods) Friday, May 23, 2014 . 2nd Period Exam 8:10 am- 9:35 am 4 th Period Exam 9:45 am- 11" 10 am % Lunch 6 th Period Exam 8 th Period Exam 11"10 am- 12:,15 pm (MUST SIGNUP IN OFFICE FOR SCHOOL 12:20 pm - 1:45 pm 1 "55 pm - 3:20 pm Students in grades 9 through 11 may exempt from up to 3 semester tests if they are proficient on their Iowa Assessments, have missed 10 times or less per period, and have a !C' average in the course tKey are choosing to exempt from. May 22 will be an Odd Period test day and May 23 will be an even period test day. Test review day is Wednes- day, May 21. Band, Choir and P.E. semester tests will be taken prior to the scheduled semester test days. Students who have open campus should be off school grounds unless taking a test or have a scheduled appoint- ment/pass to meet with a faculty member. All students on campus need to be in a testing area, Commons, Gym, or Media Center. Students should not be in the halls during testing. Students should take any necessary study materials to classes in case a test is finished prior to the end of a testing period. Students who arrive late to a testing period should report to the office and will be required to make up a minimum of 30 minutes with the possibility of losing open campus privileges. Students who miss a test for any reason should notiy the High School Office staff immediately or risk taking an 'F' for any/all tests missed. Students who have an excused absence the day of a test will need to make arrangements with their teacher to make up their semester" test on the day they return. Any student that has a planned absence during semester tests should notify the high school office as soon as possible. The office will notify each teacher of the planned absence( and it is the student's responsibility to make arrangements with each teacher to schedule an alternate testing time. Students who plan to eat lunch at school on testing days must sign up in the High School Office by the end of the day on Monday, May 19. Only those who sign up in the office will be able to eat school lunch. A La Carte lunches will not be available on semester testing days. Any changes in test schedule must be approved by the CHS administration. 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