2019 Silvey Stampede

The 7th annual Silvey Stampede was held Friday, Sept. 6, before the Ava High School football game.  For the event, participants were grouped by age, grade, and length of race. 

The Silvey Stampede provides a venue for promoting running to all ages, and it also serves as a fundraiser for the cross country team who hosts the event each year.

The first Silvey Stampede took place in 2013 as a way to showcase the new track facility, and to honor long time track coach, Larry Silvey.

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2019 Silvey Stampede

Silvey Stampede 2019 Results

Participant names and final time results of the 2019 Silvey Stampede are as follows: 

0 – 2nd grade   400 meter race 

      • Bentley Evans 1:28
      • Izabella Degase  1:28.5
      • Mason Wiedmeier  1:39
      • Fisher Bray  1:50
      • Brandtley Brooke  1:53
      • Bane Hauser  1:54
      • Johnse Reed   2:00
      • Tinsley Ayers  2:04
      • Bryer Dry  2:09
      • Kimber Stout  2:11
      • Tate Dry  2:50
      • Joshua Galloway  3:22

3rd-4th graders     400 meter race

      • Cole Heinlein  1:30
      • Rhett Brooke  1:34
      • Mae Henry  1:35
      • Lexi Durham  1:37
      • Cayden Emrick  1:38
      • Alexis Galloway  1:39
      • Bryce Stewart  1:40
      • Colton Premer  1:41
      • Reilyn King  1:42
      • Urijah Henry  1:43
      • Katie Clark  2:17
      • Tenley Dry  2:18

5th- 6th grade    800 meter race

      • Kelton Wiedmeier  3:11
      • Nolan Clark  3:13
      • Jessie Shrable  3:37
      • Katie Brooks  3:38
      • Abi Dalton  3:56
      • Rebecca Young  4:57

7th-8th grade   800 meter race 

      • Isaac Dalton  2:43
      • Jeremiah Studdard  2:44
      • Jordan Hutison  3:29
      • Alexis Emrick  3:49
      • Bridger Weidmeier  3:53

Adult   1600 meter race 

      • Abel Parker  5:00
      • James Ferguson  5:26
      • Michael Schiff  6:15
      • Michael Brooke  6:42
      • Oren Alcorn  8:12
      • Lynn Cline   15:15
Participants move along the track at Silvey Field during the Annual Silvey Stampede on Friday, September 6, in Ava, Missouri. (Kayla Dry/Special to the Herald)