Midwest Comparison: 3200


As we say farewell to the 2018 graduating class, let's take a look at how Iowa athletes stacked up against surrounding states this past track season. We'll start with the Boys 3200....


Boys 3200

Iowa 

1.       Gable Sieperda - 9:09.60

2.       Kommor Sommer - 9:15.79

3.       Matthew Carmody - 9:17.39

4.       Tim Sindt - 9:19.38

5.       Camden Cox - 9:21.77

6.       Myles Bach - 9:24.91

7.       Tom Altier - 9:27.14

8.       Merga Gemeda - 9:28.83

9.       Jeremy Fopma - 9:29.46

10.   Brycen Wallace - 9:30.57

 

Missouri

1.       Ryan Riddle - 8:56.53

2.       Nassim Oufattole - 9:08.65

3.       Ben Stasney - 9:15.95

4.       Colton Palmer - 9:20.08

5.       Marquette Wilite - 9:20.78

6.       Christian Baker - 9:21.60

7.       Blake Selm - 9:22.58

8.       Brenden Crews - 9:23.58

9.       Max Mcdaniel - 9:25.08

10.   Harrison Brown - 9:27.03

 

Minnesota

1.       Khalid Hussein - 9:09.91

2.       Max Manley - 9:10.25

3.       Joseph Minor - 9:11.81

4.       Isaac Basten - 9:19.68

5.       Myles Fleming - 9:20.51

6.       Jake Derouin - 9:20.73

7.       Andrew Brandt - 9:22.10

8.       Matt Steiger - 9:23.30

9.       Blake Buysse - 9:25.04

10.   Addison Stansbury - 9:27.13


Nebraska

1.       Luke Stuckey - 9:28.51

2.       Ryan Eastman - 9:28.95

3.       Jake Ralston - 9:30.19

4.       Jose Gonzalez - 9:30.30

5.       Luke Nolley - 9:33.30

6.       Jack Larsen - 9:37.29

7.       Cj Martinez - 9:41.05

8.       Aaron Rheiner - 9:41.09

9.       Justin Vrooman - 9:41.43

10.   Trevor Acton - 9:41.95

 

Illinois

1.       Danny Kilrea - 8:56.84

2.       Clayton Mendez - 9:00.76

3.       Zachary Kinne - 9:03.55

4.       Miles Christensen - 9:03.79

5.       Tommy Brady - 9:06.16

6.       Josh Methner - 9:06.65

7.       Dylan Jacobs - 9:06.75

8.       Marcos Garcia - 9:07.09

9.       Nick Laning - 9:07.34

10.   Jack Roberts - 9:08.39

South Dakota

1.       Derick Peters- 9:22.03

2.       Jack Elliott - 9:25.54

3.       Joe Rush - 9:29.78

4.       Isiah Lee - 9:32.65

5.       Ike Mendel - 9:34.27

6.       Isaac Mendel - 9:36.23

7.       Andrew Lauer - 9:37.79

8.       Aaron Ryan - 9:39.39

9.       Alec Atwood - 9:41.82

10.   Jackson Harrison - 9:41.83

 

Illinois is clearly the top surrounding state when it comes to the Boys 3200. The top 10 athletes from Illinois were all under the 9:10 mark, a feat only one Iowa athlete was able to accomplish this year. If we remove Illinois, Minnesota, Missouri and Iowa are all very comparable as far as the top 3200 runners in the state. Minnesota has not completed their high school season yet, so we could see some time improvements as their State meet.  Iowa is clearly ahead of Nebraska and South Dakota when it comes to this event.

 

Unfortunately, we were unable to compare the Girls 3000 to the surrounding states, as they all currently compete in the 3200 meter distance.

 


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