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OSAGE | The Riceville girls team showed a lot of potential on April 2, finishing in sixth place overall, in large part thanks to the performance of their throwers. 

Abby Marr finished in second place in the shot put, tossing the rock 37 feet, 3.25 inches. Sophia Weaver finished 14th in the event, with a distance of 24-01.00. 

Marr also finished second in the discus throw, with a distance of 118-06. 

Julia Klaes took the gold spot in the 400 meter hurdles, finishing in first place with a time of 1:13.52.

Charles City won the overall team spot, with 132 points. Osage came in second at 127. Riceville finished with 34 points, one point ahead of North Iowa, who finished seventh.

Monday night, the Wildcats were scheduled to travel to St. Ansgar for a meet against Nashua-Plainfield, Newman Catholic, North Butler, Northwood-Kensett CSD, St. Ansgar and West Fork. Results were not available at press time.

Tuesday night the Wildcats travel to Nashua-Plainfield with a meet against Aplington-Parkersburg, Central Springs, Dunkerton, Janesville, Nashua-Plainfield, Northwood-Kensett CSD and Turkey Valley. Friday they travel to Northwood-Kensett for a meet against Lake Mills, Newman Catholic, North Butler, Northwood-Kensett CSD, Rockford Senior, St. Ansgar and West Fork.

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