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Columbus Catholic boys sixth, girls ninth at Colby Track Invitational

Posted on 18 April 2017 by paul

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COLBY – The Marshfield Columbus Catholic boys track team had eight top-three finishers to finish sixth at the Colby Track & Field Invitational on Tuesday at Colby High School.

The Columbus boys finished with 75 points to finish sixth among the 10 teams at the meet.

Medford won both the boys and girls team titles. The Dons’ girls were ninth.

Finishing second for the Columbus boys were Tim Gruenloh in the 800 meters (2:14.50), the 3,200 relay team of Joshua Guyer, Jon Viegut, Leonard Steinert and Jeremiah Giles (9:32.45), and the relay team of Nadim Torbey, Jose Martin, David Nielsen and Leo Pittsley in the 400 (47.46) and the 800 (1:38.03).

Peyton Nystrom was third in the 400 (56.15) and the 800 (2:16.26), Pittsley was third in the 200 (24.41), and Guyer was third in the 3,200 (11:25.03) for the Dons.

The top finishes for the Columbus girls came from the 3,200 relay team of Morgan Albrecht, Melanie Lang, Hannah Grubofski and Natalie Pospyhalla (12:00.69) and Pospyhalla individually in the 3,200 (13:33.76), which each finished second.

Columbus Catholic will compete at the Wood County Track Meet on Monday at Auburndale High School.

Colby Track & Field Invitational
Girls
Team scores:
1. Medford 132; 2. Neillsville/Granton 109; 3. Antigo 106; 4. Colby 96; 5. Stanley-Boyd 63; 6. Abbotsford 57; 7. Loyal 42; 8. Owen-Withee 34; 9. Marshfield Columbus Catholic 27; 10. Thorp 19.
Winners and Marshfield Columbus Catholic finishers
3,200 relay:
1. Medford (Franny Seidel, Lauren Meyer, Katie Phillips, Bailey Brandner) 10:55.53; 2. Marshfield Columbus Catholic (Morgan Albrecht, Melanie Lang, Hannah Grubofski, Natalie Pospyhalla) 12:00.69.
110 hurdles: 1. Mel Kunze (ABBY) 17.20; 9. Brionna Zygarlicke (MCC) 21.00.
100: 1. Carley Elmhorst (COLBY) 13.76; 17. Celine Scholin (MCC) 14.92; 20. Sophia Hackel (MCC) 15.15.
1,600: 1. Isabelle Feiten (COLBY) 5:59.64; 14. Greta Schiferl (MCC) 8:38.41.
800 relay: 1. Colby (Ashley Streveler, Skylar Leffel, Hailey Voelker, Elmhorst) 1:54.61.
400: 1. Meyer (MED) 1:01.64; 10. Albrecht (MCC) 1:13.37; 18. Lang (MCC) 1:21.66.
400 relay: 1. Medford (Ashley Hoffman, Megan Graff, Lauren Carstensen, Markki Farmer) 54.79.
300 hurdles: 1. Hanna Zenkovich (ANT) 50.68; 15. Zygarlicke (MCC) 1:07.05.
800: 1. Allison Vitort (SB) 2:40.29; 10. Albrecht (MCC) 2:56.20.
200: 1. Kunze (ABBY) 28.55; 9. Scholin (MCC) 30.57; 18. Hackel (MCC) 31.49.
3,200: 1. Seidel (MED) 12:22.35; 2. Pospyhalla (MCC) 13:33.76; 6. Lang (MCC) 15:17.16.
1,600 relay: 1. Medford (Meyer, Lainey Brunner, Katie Phillips, Farmer) 4:33.47.
Pole vault: 1. Kimi Robertson (ANT) 9-6.
Triple jump: 1. Morgan Hotchkiss (ANT) 32-0; 5. Kendra Baierl (MCC) 30-1.
Discus: 1. Jennifer Wendler (OW) 97-8; 16. Jessica Jakopin (MCC) 62-10.
Shot put: 1. Hayley Nichols (SB) 34-0; 12. Jakopin (MCC) 27-11.
Long jump: 1. Morgan Hauge (NG) 15-1.25; 7. Scholin (MCC) 13-2.25; 27. Hackel (MCC) 10-4.25.
Boys
Team scores:
1. Medford 153; 2. Loyal 114; 3. Neillsville/Granton 88; 4. Abbotsford 81; 5. Antigo 77; 6. Marshfield Columbus Catholic 75; 7. Stanley-Boyd 49; 8. Owen-Withee 45; 9. Thorp 9; 10. Colby 8.
Winners and Marshfield Columbus Catholic finishers
3,200 relay:
1. Medford (Jake Sullivan, Justin Sullivan, Derek Rudolph, Trey Ulrich) 9:17.82; 2. Marshfield Columbus Catholic (Joshua Guyer, Jon Viegut, Leonard Steinert, Jeremiah Giles) 9:32.45.
110 hurdles: 1. Mason Barth (NG) 16.81.
100: 1. Victor Rinaldi (MED) 11.60; 19. Wyatt Bauer (MCC) 13.15.
1,600: 1. Ulrich (MED) 4:53.60; 6. Benny Frericks (MCC) 5:12.43; 7. Guyer (MCC) 5:14.38.
800 relay: 1. Abbotsford (Franny Gamillo, Brock Halopka, Ethan Kramas, Ezra Kremsreiter) 1:37.32; 2. Marshfield Columbus Catholic (Nadim Torbey, Jose Martin, David Nielsen, Leo Pittsley) 1:38.03.
400: 1. Will Dixon (ANT) 53.85; 3. Peyton Nystrom (MCC) 56.15; 13. Steinert (MCC) 1:02.07; 15. Bauer (MCC) 1:04.04; 20. Coleton Grambsch (MCC) 1:12.20.
400 relay: 1. Loyal (Devin Witt, Skylar Ruggles, Parker Leffel, Dalton Kroening) 46.88; 2. Marshfield Columbus Catholic (Torbey, Martin, Nielsen, Pittsley) 47.46.
300 hurdles: 1. Barth (NG) 42.93; 8. Giles (MCC) 49.41.
800: 1. Elliot Genteman (LOY) 2:11.35; 2. Tim Gruenloh (MCC) 2:14.50; 3. Nystrom (MCC) 2:16.26; 7. Viegut (MCC) 2:22.54; 13. Steinert (MCC) 2:29.51.
200: 1. Rinaldi (MED) 23.42; 3. Pittsley (MCC) 24.41; 8. Nielsen (MCC) 25.60; 17. Martin (MCC) 26.59; 21. Bauer (MCC) 27.29.
3,200: 1. Ulrich (MED) 10:29.54; 3. Guyer (MCC) 11:25.03; 4. Frericks (MCC) 11:29.19.
1,600 relay: 1. Antigo (Dixon, Riland Baker, Drew Hohensee, Dane Tischendorf) 3:40.82; 4. Marshfield Columbus Catholic (Viegut, Gruenloh, Nystrom, Giles) 4:01.89.
High jump: 1. Kremsreiter (ABBY) 6-3; 15. Nystrom (MCC) 5-0.
Pole vault: 1. Thomas Nelson (ANT) 13-0.
Shot put: 1. Qwan Bussey (ANT) 44-3; 36. Coleton Grambsch (MCC) 23-3.5.
Triple jump: 1. Kremsreiter (ABBY) 41-0.75; 9. Giles (MCC) 36-4.
Discus: 1. Josh Grape (OW) 128-6; 31. Grambsch (MCC) 65-7.
Long jump: 1. Garrett Strebig (MED) 20-7.

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College roundup: Updates on Baierl, Fravert, Hutchison, Pilz

Posted on 31 March 2017 by paul

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By Paul Lecker
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A number of former local high school athletes have moved on to the next level and are playing sports collegiately across the country.

Periodically, MarshfieldAreaSports.com will publish a College Sports Roundup updating readers of some of those local athletes’ exploits at the collegiate level.

This is the third of three reports on area high school graduates that either recently finished their winter sport, or are just starting their spring sport in college.

Abby Baierl

Baierl starts for Francisan women’s basketball
Abby Baierl, a 2016 graduate of Marshfield Columbus Catholic High School, recently completed her freshman season on the Franciscan University women’s basketball team.

Baierl started 22 of 24 games this past season for the Lady Barons, scoring 11.3 points per game. She shot 37.4 percent from 3-point range (45 of 128) and also chipped in 5.3 rebounds and 2.1 assists per game.

Baierl scored in double figures 13 times, including a season-high 28 in a win at Penn State-Altoona on Feb. 1.

Franciscan, located in Steubenville, Ohio, is an NCAA Division III school. The Lady Barons finished the season 3-21 overall and 3-15 in the Allegheny Mountain Collegiate Conference.

Adam Fravert

Fravert sees increased time at Oshkosh
Adam Fravert, a 2016 Marshfield High School graduate, recently completed his freshman season on the University of Wisconsin-Oshkosh men’s basketball team.

The former all-Wisconsin Valley Conference player played in 21 of the Titans’ 28 games this season, all in a reserve role, averaging 10.5 minutes, 2.1 points and 2.2 rebounds per game.

Oshkosh finished the season with a 17-11 record, including a 9-5 mark in the Wisconsin Intercollegiate Athletic Conference.

The Titans lost 60-59 to UW-River Falls in the WIAC Tournament championship game on Feb. 25, and dropped its opener in the NCAA Division III Tournament to Hope College 87-85 on March 3.

Fravert came off the bench and played 16 minutes in the loss to Hope, scoring two points. He also had two rebounds and three assists.

Fravert had a season-high 13 points in a win at UW-Whitewater on Feb. 15, and was a perfect 3-for-3 shooting and scored seven points in the tournament game loss to River Falls.

Alexandra Hutchison

Hutchison running 200 at Winona
Alexandra Hutchison, a freshman on the Winona State (Minn.) University women’s track and field team, and a 2016 graduate of Marshfield Columbus Catholic High School, has been running in the 200 meters for the Warriors this spring.

Hutchison won the 200 in 25.85 seconds at the Wisconsin Shell Shocker on Feb. 17 in Madison, where Winona State, and NCAA Division II school, defeated numerous Division I programs and finished second overall in the team standings behind just host Wisconsin.

In her most recent event, Hutchison finished 15th in the preliminaries and did not qualify for the 200 finals at the Northern Sun Intercollegiate Conference Indoor Meet at Minnesota State in Mankato on Feb. 25. She ran the event in 25.81 seconds.

Winona State begins its outdoor season Saturday at the Early Birdinal at crosstown Saint Mary’s University in Winona.

Bobby Pilz

Pilz pitching at Stout
Bobby Pilz, a 2016 graduate of Spencer High School, is a freshman on the UW-Stout baseball team.

Pilz has pitched a total of three innings in three games for the Blue Devils (3-10) this season. He has allowed seven runs, five hits and seven walks, striking out one.

Stout plays a nonconference doubleheader at the University of St. Thomas in St. Paul, Minn., on Thursday and opens its WIAC season with doubleheaders at home against UW-Platteville on April 8-9.

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Columbus Catholic’s Hutchison, Marshfield’s Wojt compete at Senior All-Star Spotlight Track Meet

Posted on 12 June 2016 by paul

Columbus Catholic's Alexandra Hutchison won the 200 meters and was part of the winning 800-meter relay team at the Senior All-Star Spotlight Track Meet on Saturday at the University of Dubuque in Iowa. (Photo submitted by Steve Hutchison)

Columbus Catholic’s Alexandra Hutchison won the 200 meters and was part of the winning 800-meter relay team at the Senior All-Star Spotlight Track Meet on Saturday at the University of Dubuque in Iowa. (Photo submitted by Steve Hutchison)

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DUBUQUE, Iowa – Marshfield Columbus Catholic senior Alexandra Hutchison and Marshfield senior Calden Wojt wrapped up their stellar prep track careers at the Senior All-Star Spotlight Meet on Saturday at the University of Dubuque.

Hutchison, a three-time 200-meter WIAA Division 3 girls state champion at Columbus, competed for Team Wisconsin and helped lead the girls team to a victory over Team Iowa and Team Illinois in the 18th year of the annual event.

Hutchison, a Winona State (Minn.) University recruit, won the 200 meters with a time of 25.83 seconds and was part of the winning 800-meter relay team, along with Maggie Durni of Platteville, Jaliyah Elliott and Shynia Summerville of Beloit Memorial, who won in 1:43.77.

The Wisconsin girls team won with a score of 89 points, with Iowa second with 78 and Illinois third with 5. The Wisconsin boys team also won, scoring 103 points. Illinois had 57 and Iowa finished with 20.

Wojt, who placed third in the Division 1 boys 200 meters at the WIAA state track meet last weekend, placed ninth in the boys 200, finishing in a time of 23.40. Caleb Ogden of Team Wisconsin (Oak Creek) won the event in 22.06 seconds.

Wojt also competed in the 800-meter relay as Wisconsin placed second. He was joined on the team by Parker Gloudemans of Little Chute, Aaron Zmolek of Holmen, and Jake Schneider of Plymouth.

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Columbus Catholic’s Hutchison, Spencer’s Ellefson win gold at 2016 WIAA State Track & Field Championships

Posted on 04 June 2016 by paul

Marshfield Columbus Catholic's Alexandra Hutchison defends her crown in the Division 3 girls 200-meter dash finals at the 2016 WIAA State Track & Field Championships at the University of Wisconsin-La Crosse on June 4. She finished in 25.06 seconds to win her third-straight 200-meter state title. (Photo courtesy of Eric Lejeune/Hub City Times)

Marshfield Columbus Catholic’s Alexandra Hutchison defends her crown in the Division 3 girls 200-meter dash finals at the 2016 WIAA State Track & Field Championships at the University of Wisconsin-La Crosse on June 4. She finished in 25.06 seconds to win her third-straight 200-meter state title. (Photo courtesy of Eric Lejeune/Hub City Times)

Spencer's Johanna Ellefson clears the bar in the girls Division 3 pole vault at the 2016 WIAA State Track & Field Championships at the University of Wisconsin-La Crosse on Saturday. She won the event with a vault of 11 feet. (Photo courtesy of Eric LeJeune/Hub City Times)

Spencer’s Johanna Ellefson clears the bar in the girls Division 3 pole vault at the 2016 WIAA State Track & Field Championships at the University of Wisconsin-La Crosse on Saturday. She won the event with a vault of 11 feet. (Photo courtesy of Eric LeJeune/Hub City Times)

Marshfield's Calden Wojt finished in third place in the Division 1 boys 200-meter dash finals at the 2016 WIAA State Track & Field Championships at the University of Wisconsin-La Crosse Saturday. He earned his first career state medal after finishing in 21.99 seconds. (Photo courtesy of Eric LeJeune/Hub City Times)

Marshfield’s Calden Wojt finished in third place in the Division 1 boys 200-meter dash finals at the 2016 WIAA State Track & Field Championships at the University of Wisconsin-La Crosse Saturday. He earned his first career state medal after finishing in 21.99 seconds. (Photo courtesy of Eric LeJeune/Hub City Times)

Auburndale's Sylviann Momont, left, runs in the girls Division 3 100-meter hurdles finals at the 2016 WIAA State Track & Field Championships at the University of Wisconsin-La Crosse on Saturday. She medaled in the event, taking sixth place with a time of 16.33. (Photo courtesy of Eric LeJeune/Hub City Times)

Auburndale’s Sylviann Momont, left, runs in the girls Division 3 100-meter hurdles finals at the 2016 WIAA State Track & Field Championships at the University of Wisconsin-La Crosse on Saturday. She medaled in the event, taking sixth place with a time of 16.33. (Photo courtesy of Eric LeJeune/Hub City Times)

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LA CROSSE – Marshfield Columbus Catholic’s Alexandra Hutchison and Spencer’s Johanna Ellefson earned gold medals and were two of the numerous local athletes that won hardware at the 2016 WIAA State Track & Field Championships at the University of Wisconsin-La Crosse on Saturday.

Hutchison won her third-straight Division 3 girls 200-meter title with a time of 25.06, beating Athens’ Autumn Wickman by just 5/100 of a second.

Hutchison also came in as the defending D-3 100-meter champion but was unable to defend her title as she finished second in 12.90 seconds behind Taylor Juresh of Royall (12.80).

Ellefson, who finished second in the Division 3 girls pole vault last year, took the gold Saturday with a vault of 11 feet.

Marshfield senior Calden Wojt qualified for state in three events, making the finals in the Division 1 boys 200. He made the most of it as he finished third in a time of 21.99. The event was won by Glendale Nicolet’s David Dunlap in 21.58.

The Columbus Catholic boys 800 relay team of Elijah Welsh, Leo Pittsley, David Nielsen and Farid Torbey also medaled in the Division 3 event. After sneaking into the finals by qualifying in the 10th spot on Friday, the team improved its time by nearly 2 seconds and finished fourth in 1:33.44. Wild Rose won the race in 1:32.05.

Also earning a medal was Auburndale senior Sylviann Momont. After missing out on the finals in the Division 3 300-meter hurdles on Friday and taking 10th in the long jump, Momont took sixth in the 100 hurdles in 16.33 seconds to earn a medal. She also competed in the triple jump Saturday, taking 14th with a jump of 33 feet, 9 inches.

Auburndale had two other girls competing on Saturday. Rachel Gronemeyer took eighth in the 400, finishing with a time of 1:01.49. The race was won by Wickman in 56.45. Also, sophomore Kali Karl took ninth in the 800 in 2:25.47.

Spencer junior Max Johnson ended up ninth in the D-3 boys shot put with a toss of 47 feet, 7½ inches.

For complete state meet results, go to wiaawi.org.

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Spencer’s Noah Zastrow finishes 2nd in Division 3 pole vault at WIAA State Track & Field Championships

Posted on 03 June 2016 by paul

Marshfield's Calden Wojt battles in the Division 1 boys 200-meter preliminaries at the WIAA State Track & Field Championships on Friday at the University of Wisconsin-La Crosse. Wojt qualified fourth in the event and will run in the finals on Saturday. (Photo courtesy of Eric LeJeune/Hub City Times)

Marshfield’s Calden Wojt battles in the Division 1 boys 200-meter preliminaries at the WIAA State Track & Field Championships on Friday at the University of Wisconsin-La Crosse. Wojt qualified fourth in the event and will run in the finals on Saturday. (Photo courtesy of Eric LeJeune/Hub City Times)

Marshfield's Calden Wojt, middle, prepares to run in the 200-meter preliminaries at the WIAA State Track & Field Championships on Friday at the University of Wisconsin-La Crosse. (Photo courtesy of Dean Bryan/Marshfield High School track)

Marshfield’s Calden Wojt, middle, prepares to run in the 200-meter preliminaries at the WIAA State Track & Field Championships on Friday at the University of Wisconsin-La Crosse. (Photo courtesy of Dean Bryan/Marshfield High School track)

Marshfield Columbus Catholic's Alexandra Hutchison runs the 200-meter dash at the 2016 WIAA State Track & Field Championships at the University of Wisconsin-La Crosse on Friday. She had the top time in preliminaries (25.17) to qualify for Saturday's final. (Photo courtesy of Eric Lejeune/Hub City Times)

Marshfield Columbus Catholic’s Alexandra Hutchison runs the 200-meter dash at the 2016 WIAA State Track & Field Championships at the University of Wisconsin-La Crosse on Friday. She had the top time in preliminaries (25.17) to qualify for Saturday’s final. (Photo courtesy of Eric Lejeune/Hub City Times)

Auburndale's Rachel Gronemeyer gets out of the blocks in the 400-meter dash at the at the 2016 WIAA State Track & Field Championships at the University of Wisconsin-La Crosse on Friday. She finished in 1:01.25 to qualify for Saturday's final. (Photo courtesy of Eric Lejeune/Hub City Times)

Auburndale’s Rachel Gronemeyer gets out of the blocks in the 400-meter dash at the at the 2016 WIAA State Track & Field Championships at the University of Wisconsin-La Crosse on Friday. She finished in 1:01.25 to qualify for Saturday’s final. (Photo courtesy of Eric Lejeune/Hub City Times)

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LA CROSSE – Spencer junior Noah Zastrow earned the first medal among the local athletes at the 2016 WIAA State Track & Field Championships at the University of Wisconsin-La Crosse on Friday.

Zastrow, who placed third in the Division 3 boys pole vault the past two years at the state meet, did one better on Friday, finishing second to earn a silver medal with a vault of 14 feet, 6 inches.

A number of other local athletes ran in preliminary races on Friday. Some moved on to Saturday’s finals and a number of others had close calls but failed to qualify.

All three of Columbus Catholic’s entries will compete in finals on Saturday.

Senior Alexandra Hutchison, the defending Division 3 state champion in both the girls 100 and 200 meters, will get a chance to add to her medal count at the state meet on Saturday as she moved on in each event.

Hutchison will be going for her third-straight D-3 200-meter title after earning the top qualifying spot in the event with a time of 25.17 seconds. She qualified ninth in the 100 in 13.67 seconds.

The Columbus boys 800 relay team of Elijah Welsh, Leo Pittsley, David Nielsen and Farid Torbey also will run in Saturday’s finals after earning the 10th and last spot in the finals with a time of 1:35.30.

Marshfield senior Calden Wojt ran in three events on Friday and qualified for the finals in one.

Wojt will move on in the Division 1 boys 200 meters as he qualified fourth in 22.24 seconds. Wojt was 12th in the 400 prelims in 49.92 seconds, missing out on the final qualifying spot by just 0.11 seconds, and was 21st in the 100 in 11.58 seconds.

Auburndale senior Sylviann Momont was busy on Friday, competing in the Division 3 girls long jump and running prelims in the 100 and 300 hurdles.

Momont qualified for Saturday’s finals in the 100 hurdles, taking eighth in 16.95 seconds, but failed to move on in the 300 hurdles as she was 14th in 49.62. Momont did not medal in the long jump, taking 10th with a leap of 16 feet, 10¼ inches. She will compete in the triple jump on Saturday.

Also moving on for the Auburndale girls is Rachel Gronemeyer, who was eighth in the 400 preliminaries with a time of 1:01.25. Teammate Isabella Jewell, a freshman, just missed out on a spot in the finals by taking 11th in 1:03.73, a little less than a second out of 10th.

Auburndale’s lone boy state qualifier, sophomore Carvey Empey, did not reach the finals in the D-3 400 as he finished 16th and last in qualifying with a time of 53.40.

Spencer’s Sabrina Vircks compete in the Division 3 girls high jump and tied for 11th with a jump of 4-10. The Rockets’ 1,600 relay team of Vircks, Kaily Northup, Nadia King and Liz Endreas ended up 11th in qualifying with a time of 4:16.17, missing out on a spot in the finals by about one-half of a second.

King, Lauren Faber, Northup and McKenna Brecht took 12th in the 400 relay with a time of 52.30 seconds and failed to make it to the finals.

In addition to those competing in finals in the running events Saturday will be Spencer’s Johanna Ellefson in the D-3 girls pole vault, the Rockets’ Max Johnson in the D-3 boys shot put, and Auburndale’s Kali Karl in the D-3 girls 800.

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WIAA state track preview: Wojt, Hutchison, Momont among those chasing hardware this weekend in La Crosse

Posted on 02 June 2016 by paul

Marshfield senior Calden Wojt competes in the 100 meters at the WIAA Division 1 track regional at Wausau West on May 23. Wojt will run in the 100, 200 and 400 meters at the WIAA State Track & Field Championships at the University of Wisconsin-La Crosse on Friday and Saturday. (Photo by Paul Lecker/MarshfieldAreaSports.com)

Marshfield senior Calden Wojt competes in the 100 meters at the WIAA Division 1 track regional at Wausau West on May 23. Wojt will run in the 100, 200 and 400 meters at the WIAA State Track & Field Championships at the University of Wisconsin-La Crosse on Friday and Saturday. (Photo by Paul Lecker/MarshfieldAreaSports.com)

Auburndale senior Sylviann Momont competes in the triple jump at the Marawood Conference South Meet on May 16 at Stratford. Momont will participate in the long jump, triple jump, and 100- and 300-meter hurdles at the WIAA State Track & Field Championships at the University of Wisconsin-La Crosse on Friday and Saturday. (Photo by Paul Lecker/MarshfieldAreaSports.com)

Auburndale senior Sylviann Momont competes in the triple jump at the Marawood Conference South Meet on May 16 at Stratford. Momont will participate in the long jump, triple jump, and 100- and 300-meter hurdles at the WIAA State Track & Field Championships at the University of Wisconsin-La Crosse on Friday and Saturday. (Photo by Paul Lecker/MarshfieldAreaSports.com)

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By Paul Lecker
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Marshfield senior Calden Wojt came into the season shooting for a return trip to the state track meet in the 400 meters. After three months of success on the track, Wojt now finds himself going in three events.

Wojt will be Marshfield’s lone representative at the 2016 WIAA State Track & Field Championships on Friday and Saturday at the University of Wisconsin-La Crosse as he participates in the Division 1 100, 200 and 400 meters at Veterans Memorial Stadium.

Wojt failed to reach the finals in the 400 at last year’s state meet and came into this season focused on getting back.

Early-season success in both the 200 and 400 made Wojt feel like it could happen again. About halfway through the season, Wojt added the 100 into his meet schedule, more to be used as a warm-up, he said, for the 400. As it turned out, he was pretty good in that too and went on finish in no worse than third in any of the events at the Wisconsin Valley Conference, regional and sectional meets during the past month.

“This year the 200 has been my strongest event,” Wojt said. “I’m not great at the starts, accelerating fast. The 200 gives me extra time to get going full speed.”

That being said, Wojt takes the fourth-best seeding time into the Division 1 boys 100 after he finished in second at the D.C. Everest sectional in 10.90 seconds. He is ranked third overall, and first in his preliminary heat, in the 200 after running a 21.86 at sectionals.

“It’s going to be tough (at state),” Wojt said. “You are going against the best in the state. I know I can run with them. I think I have the best chance in the 200, and have a good time (50.49) going into the 400. The 100, I didn’t expect to make it this far, so I’m not as concerned about that.”

Wojt said he is focused on one thing – doing his best. Whether he ends up winning one, two, three, or even no medals with a top-six finish, he wants to know afterwards that he did all he could.

“I want to do the best I can do,” Wojt said. “If I do that, we’ll see how it plays out. If it’s not good enough to make the finals or get to the podium, that’s OK. I’m proud of this season and will be very happy regardless.”

Division 3
Marshfield Columbus Catholic senior Alexandra Hutchison is looking to do something not too many can claim in the history of the WIAA state track meet – win the same event in three straight years.

Hutchison will be running in the Division 3 girls 100 and 200 meters after winning both events last year. She also took first in the 200 as a sophomore in 2014.

Hutchison set a D-3 state meet record in the 200 at last year’s meet, running in 24.91 in the preliminaries. She went on to win the finals in 25.71 and took first in the 100 finals in 12.82 seconds. Her winning sectional times for last week’s meet at Rosholt are similar (12.54 and 25.75), putting her in the mix for some more state medals.

“I definitely feel like I have gotten better the last two races, regionals and sectionals,” Hutchison said. “I think I’m going to be ready state. I have to stay concentrated and making sure I focus on my goal. It’s a lot of pressure, but I feel like I can do it.”

Hutchison will be running at NCAA Division III Winona State University in Minnesota next year, and ending her stellar high school career with the Dons on Saturday will be a difficult time.

“It’s kind of bittersweet,” Hutchison said. “I’m glad I’m moving on and continuing track, but it’s sad that I’m going to be ending this part of my life.”

Also moving on to state for Columbus is the boys 800 relay team of Elijah Welsh, Leo Pittsley, David Nielsen and Farid Torbey took fourth at the Rosholt sectional in 1:33.45.

Pittsley, Nielsen and Torbey ran in the same event at the state meet last year, along with then senior Christian Payant, and finished 11th in preliminaries, missing out on a shot to run in the finals by less than one seconds.

Welsh joined the threesome late in the season and the 800 relay team placed second at the Eastern Cloverbelt Conference and regional meets, before taking fourth at sectionals.

Spencer’s Noah Zastrow and Johanna Ellefson will be looking to earn more hardware at the state meet in the pole vault.

Zastrow placed third in the Division 3 boys event the past two years, and Ellefson, a junior, finished second in the girls pole vault at state last year.

Also competing for Spencer at the state meet will be the girls 1,600 relay team of Kaily Northup, Liz Endreas, Sabrina Vircks and Nadia King, the girls 800 relay of King, Lauren Faber, Northup and McKenna Brecht, Vircks in the girls high jump, and Max Johnson in the boys shot put.

Auburndale will be sending five athletes who will be competing in eight events.

Senior Sylviann Momont made it in four events – the long jump, triple jump, 100 hurdles and 300 hurdles. Also competing this weekend for the Apaches will be Kali Karl in the girls 800, Rachel Gronemeyer and Isabella Jewell in the girls 400, and Carver Empey in the boys 400.

2016 WIAA State Track & Field Championships
June 3-4, at Veterans Memorial Stadium, University of Wisconsin-La Crosse
Friday, June 3

9:30 a.m. – Division 1 begins
12:30 p.m. – Divisions 2 & 3 begin
Saturday, June 4
10:30 a.m. – Completion of field and running events in all divisions begins

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Auburndale, Columbus Catholic, Spencer have strong showing at WIAA Division 3 track sectional

Posted on 27 May 2016 by paul

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ROSHOLT – The Auburndale, Spencer and Marshfield Columbus Catholic track teams will be well represented at next week’s state meet after the trio of local squads had numerous qualifiers at the WIAA Division 3 sectional Thursday at Rosholt High School.

The top four finishers in each event at the sectional move on to the 2016 WIAA State Track & Field Championships at the University of Wisconsin-La Crosse on June 3-4.

Marshfield Columbus Catholic Alexandra Hutchison will return to defend her 100- and 200-meter dash state titles as she qualified again in each event. Hutchison won both at the sectional, taking first in the 100 in 12.54 seconds and the 200 in 25.75 seconds.

Auburndale senior Sylviann Momont will be the busiest of the local athletes as she qualified for state in four events. Momont was second in the long jump (17 feet, ½ inch), third in the 100-meter hurdles (16.31) and triple jump (33-11¼), and fourth in the 300 hurdles (48.87).

Auburndale will have four more individuals at the state meet. Kali Karl won the 800 in 2:26.25, Rachel Gronemeyer took second in the girls 400 in 1:02.28 with teammate Isabella Jewell taking fourth in 1:02.76, and Carver Empey is the lone Auburndale boy to make it after he finished third in the 400 in 52.70.

The Columbus Catholic boys 800 relay team of Elijah Welsh, Leo Pittsley, David Nielsen and Farid Torbey qualified for state taking fourth in 1:33.45. No other Dons made qualified other than the relay and Hutchison. Torbey was the closest, taking fifth in the high jump with a leap of 5-10.

Spencer will have four individuals and two girls relay teams competing in La Crosse.

Johanna Ellefson won the girls pole vault (10-0) and Noah Zastrow took first in the boys pole vault (14-0) to give the Rockets a sweep of the event and two sectional champs.

Also moving on individually for Spencer are Sabrina Vircks, who was fourth in the girls high jump (5-0) and Max Johnson, who took fourth in the boys shot put (46-4¾).

The Spencer girls 400 relay team of Nadia King, Lauren Faber, Kaily Northup and McKenna Brecht took second in 52.00 seconds, and the 1,600 relay team of Northup, Liz Endreas, Vircks, and King finished fourth in 4:12.30.

WIAA Division 3 Track & Field Sectional
May 26, at Rosholt High School
Girls
Team scores:
1. Wausau Newman Catholic 73; 2. Rosholt 64; 3. Wild Rose 60; 4. Iola-Scandinavia and Weyauwega-Fremont 54; 6. Edgar 53; 7. Auburndale 52; 8. Marathon 33; 9. Spencer 31; 10. Tri-County 28; 11. Menominee Indian 22; 12. Marshfield Columbus Catholic 21; 13. Stevens Point Pacelli 19; 14. Gresham/Bowler 15.5; 15. Northland Lutheran 15; 16. Neenah St. Mary Catholic 11.5; 17. Shiocton and Wisconsin Rapids Assumption 11; 20. Suring and Marion 10; 22. Loyal 9; 23. Three Lakes 8.5; 24. Crivitz 5; 25. Coleman, Port Edwards and Tigerton 4; 28. Lena/St. Thomas Aquinas 3; 29. Manawa 2.5; 30. Gillett 2; 31. Wabeno 1.
State meet qualifiers (top four) and Marshfield Columbus Catholic, Auburndale and Spencer finishers
High jump:
1. Mariah Whalen (WNC) 5-2; 2. Becky Schroeder (WF) 5-2; 3. Katie Stegeman (SUR) 5-2; 4. Sabrina Vircks (SP) 5-0.
Long jump: 1. Leighten Fischer (IS) 17-1.5; 2. Sylviann Momont (AUB) 17-0.5; 3. Maya Dix (WR) 16-6.5; 4. Bailey Waldhauser (LOY) 16-3.25.
Shot put: 1. Ania Smith (MI) 38-10; 2. Whalen (WNC) 38-4.25; 3. Melissa Neumann (NL) 37-0.25; 4. Sydney Clapper (TC) 36-5.
3,200 relay: 1. Iola-Scandinavia 10:00.37; 2. Rosholt 10:02.47; 3. Wausau Newman Catholic 10:03.54; 4. Wisconsin Rapids Assumption 10:04.60; 8. Marshfield Columbus Catholic (Morgan Albrecht, Hannah Grubofski, Becca Wirthlin, Natalie Pospyhalla) 10:56.04.
100 hurdles: 1. Cara Volz (WF) 15.70; 2. Briana Simonis (ROS) 16.11; 3. Momont (AUB) 16.31; 4. Macy Klabunde (TC) 16.53; 7. Cassie Mitchell (AUB) 17.23.
100: 1. Alexandra Hutchison (MCC) 12.54; 2. Breanne Marchan (WR) 12.72; 3. Tiana Weatherby (ED) 13.00; 4. Allison Stewart (GB) 13.07.
800 relay: 1. Wild Rose 1:46.51; 2. Edgar 1:48.18; 3. Weyauwega-Fremont 1:48.43; 4. Wausau Newman Catholic 1:49.32.
400: 1. Amber Bianco (ROS) 1:00.10; 2. Rachel Gronemeyer (AUB) 1:02.28; 3. Hailey Schroth (SHI) 1:02.66; 4. Isabella Jewell (AUB) 1:02.76.
400 relay: 1. Wild Rose 51.23; 2. Spencer (Nadia King, Lauren Faber, Kaily Northup, McKenna Brecht) 52.00; 3. Edgar 52.24; 4. Weyauwega-Fremont 52.54.
300 hurdles: 1. Macey Wirkus (ED) 46.70; 2. Volz (WF) 47.91; 3. Katie Craig (TC) 48.71; 4. Momont (AUB) 48.87.
200: 1. Hutchison (MCC) 25.75; 2. Julianne Barkholz (WNC) 26.98; 3. Fischer (IS) 27.27; 4. Allison Stewart (GB) 27.52.
3,200: 1. Erika Kisting (IS) 11:41.07; 2. Brittany Gagas (ROS) 12:03.31; 3. Anna Buchberger (MAR) 12:17.06; 4. Hannah Kloehn (NL) 12:34.83.
1,600 relay: 1. Wausau Newman Catholic 4:08.21; 2. Rosholt 4:10.32; 3. Weyauwega-Fremont 4:10.84; 4. Spencer (Northup, Liz Endreas, Vircks, King) 4:12.30; 8. Auburndale (Gronemeyer, Katie Leick, Jewell, Kali Karl) 4:18.49.
Discus: 1. Smith (MI) 124-9; 2. Whalen (WNC) 120-10; 3. Cora Reinke (WR) 115-10; 4. Katelyn Schmidt (MAR) 113-5; 10. Sam Jensen (AUB) 87-8.
Pole vault: 1. Johanna Ellefson (SP) 10-0; 2. Daisy Campbell (TL) 9-9; 3. Macy Klabunde (TC) 9-0; 4. Karina McGucken (WNC) 8-6.
Triple jump: 1. Volz (WF) 36-0.25; 2. Kamryn Butt (ED) 34-10.25; 3. Momont (AUB) 33-11.25; 4. Reanne Kietlinski (GB) 33-8.75.
1,600: 1. Kisting (IS) 5:18.67; 2. Buchberger (MAR) 5:26.29; 3. Fischer (IS) 5:32.30; 4. Mikaela Glodowski (ROS) 5:32.50; 6. King (SP) 5:49.48; 8. Leick (AUB) 5:53.60.
800: 1. Karl (AUB) 2:26.25; 2. Grace VanHandel (SPP) 2:27.35; 3. Abby Keuler (NSMC) 2:27.89; 4. Hailey Schroth (SHI) 2:29.10; 10. WIrthlin (MCC) 2:41.12.
Boys
Team scores:
1. Marathon 110; 2. Wild Rose 89; 3. Rosholt 54; 4. Coleman 51; 5. Wisconsin Rapids Assumption 46; 6. Wausau Newman Catholic 42; 7. Iola-Scandinavia and Crivitz 31; 9. Suring 26; 10. Florence/Niagara 25; 11. Stevens Point Pacelli 24; 12. Three Lakes 23.5; 13. Shiocton 23; 14. Edgar 17; 15. Spencer and Pittsville 16; 17. Weyauwega-Fremont 15; 18. Marshfield Columbus Catholic 13; 19. Neenah St. Mary Catholic 11.5; 20. Manawa 10; 21. Loyal 9; 22. Auburndale and Port Edwards 6; 24. Almond-Bancroft and Northland Lutheran 3; 26. Crandon 1.
State meet qualifiers (top four) and Marshfield Columbus Catholic, Auburndale and Spencer finishers
Discus:
1. Bryce Seubert (MAR) 158-7; 2. Josh Pillath (COLE) 152-11; 3. Trent Moder (SHI) 144-0; 4. Tyler Bauer (WR) 141-7; 11. Elijah Welsh (MCC) 119-3.
Pole vault: 1. Noah Zastrow (SP) 14-0; 2. Tyler Slaby (CRI) 13-0; 3. Justin Natzke (MAR) 12-9; 4. Nate Steif (WNC) 12-6.
Triple jump: 1. Isaac Hanson (WR) 43-8; 2. Dylan Pankow (WF) 42-2.5; 3. Derrick Howard (LOY) 41-11.5; 4. Mitch Campbell (TL) 41-10.5.
110 hurdles: 1. Pillath (COLE) 14.83; 2. Adam Parent (FLO) 15.46; 3. Clayton Shears (SHI) 15.50; 4. Pankow (WF) 15.95.
100: 1. Jake Gajewski (WNC) 10.99; 2. Ryan Padgett (CRI) 11.18; 3. Kristian Welch (IS) 11.23; 4. Gunnar Patz (COLE) 11.24.
1,600: 1. Xavier Lechleitner (MAR) 4:29.91; 2. Adam Rzentkowski (ROS) 4:32.23; 3. Bailey Zdroik (ROS) 4:34.80; 4. Conner Dolan (WRA) 4:35.82.
800 relay: 1. Wild Rose 1:32.33; 2. Crivitz 1:32.90; 3. Manawa 1:33.18; 4. Marshfield Columbus Catholic (Welsh, Leo Pittsley, David Nielsen, Farid Torbey) 1:33.45.
400: 1. Tanner Hudziak (WR) 51.27; 2. Nate Weisenbeck (WRA) 52.10; 3. Carvey Empey (AUB) 52.70; 4. Chris Snook (PIT) 52.89; 8. Rylie Schmidt (SP) 54.42.
400 relay: 1. Wausau Newman Catholic 44.56; 2. Marathon 44.76; 3. Edgar 44.78; 4. Crivitz 44.80; 6. Marshfield Columbus Catholic (Welsh, Pittsley, Nielsen, Torbey) 45.62.
300 hurdles: 1. Parent (FLO) 39.94; 2. Pillath (COLE) 40.89; 3. Clayton Shears (SHI) 41.61; 4. Isaac Hanson (WR) 41.71.
200: 1. Gajewski (WNC) 22.44; 2. Welch (IS) 22.68; 3. Will Vollmar (SUR) 22.81; 4. Trent Kollock (WRA) 22.96.
1,600 relay: 1. Wisconsin Rapids Assumption 3:26.77; 2. Wild Rose 3:27.04; 3. Rosholt 3:28.42; 4. Marathon 3:29.54.
High jump: 1. Pillath (COLE) 6-4; 2. Lechleitner (MAR) 6-4; 3. Schroeder (WR) 6-1; 4. Justin Ver Voort (SHI) 6-1; 5. Torbey (MCC) 5-10.
Long jump: 1. Hudziak (WR) 20-10.25; 2. Welch (IS) 20-7.75; 3. Patz (COLE) 20-6; 4. Jeremy Lesniak (WR) 20-5.25; 13. Nick Steele (AUB) 18-5.75.
Shot put: 1. Seubert (MAR) 50-4.75; 2. Devin Mathwich (MAR) 49-5.75; 3. Johnathon Miller (SUR) 47-7.5; 4. Max Johnson (SP) 46-4.75.
3,200 relay: 1. Rosholt 8:19.84; 2. Stevens Point Pacelli 8:21.39; 3. Neenah St. Mary Catholic 8:24.83; 4. Wild Rose 8:25.06; 7. Marshfield Columbus Catholic (Leonard Steinert, Jon Viegut, Peyton Nystrom, Jeremiah Giles) 8:54.81.
3,200: 1. Dolan (WRA) 10:10.10; 2. Thomas Basala (SPP) 10:11.46; 3. Balz (MAR) 10:14.42; 4. Joe Makovec (IS) 10:27.53; 10. Benny Frericks (MCC) 11:12.36.
800: 1. Lechleitner (MAR) 1:58.61; 2. Sawyer Fleming (ROS) 1:59.61; 3. Bailey Zdroik (ROS) 1:59.78; 4. Hudziakl (WR) 2:00.00.

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Auburndale’s Momont, Columbus Catholic’s Hutchison shine at WIAA Division 3 track regional

Posted on 23 May 2016 by paul

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MARATHON – The Auburndale, Spencer and Marshfield Columbus Catholic track teams will keep busy this week as the three local teams at the WIAA Division 3 Track & Field Regional on Monday at Marathon High School advanced numerous athletes and relay teams to the sectional meet.

The top four finishers in each event move on to the Division 3 sectional on Thursday at Rosholt, with the top four in each event there qualify for the 2016 WIAA State Track & Field Championships at the University of Wisconsin La Crosse on June 3-4.

Auburndale senior Sylviann Momont earned top-four finishes in four events to lead the way for the local competitors.

Momont was second in the long jump (16 feet, 5½ inches), 100-meter hurdles (16.59 seconds), and triple jump (33-8½), and took third in the 300 hurdles (51.06).

The Auburndale girls also had six other individuals and one relay team move on to sectionals. Rachel Gronemeyer won the 400 in 1:02.54 and Kali Karl was first in the 800 in 2:28.92 to lead the way.

Others qualifying for sectionals for the Auburndale girls were the 1,600 relay team of Gronemeyer, Katie Leick, Isabella Jewell and Karl (4:18.29), Cassie Mitchell (third 100 hurdles, 17.66), Jewell (third 400, 1:04.49), Sam Jensen (fourth discus, 99-7), and Leick (fourth 1,600, 6:07.17).

Carver Empey was second in the 400 (53.43) and Nick Steele finished second in the long jump (19-7½) to provide the Auburndale boys with two sectional qualifiers.

Columbus Catholic senior Alexandra Hutchison, the defending Division 3 girls state champion in the 100 and 200 meters, took a step closer to being able to defend those titles by winning each event at the regional. Hutchison won the 100 in 12.60 and the 200 in 25.64.

Columbus Catholic also had one individual – Becca Wirthlin in the 800 – and the 3,200 relay team move on to sectionals with fourth-place finishes.

The Columbus boys will have three relay teams and four individuals at the sectional. The top finish for the Dons came from the 800 relay team of Elijah Welsh, Leo Pittsley, David Nielsen and Farid Torbey, which took second in 1:35.76. Pittsley (200), Torbey (high jump), Welsh (discus) and Benny Frericks (3,200) all placed fourth to move on.

Spencer had four regional champions and a total of five individuals and two relay teams qualifying for sectionals in eight events.

Sabrina Vircks won the girls high jump with a leap of 5-2, the Rockets’ 400 relay team of Nadia King, Lauren Faber, Kaily Northup and McKenna Brecht won in 52.61, Johanna Ellefson won the girls pole vault (10-3) and Noah Zastrow took first in the boys pole vault (14-0).

Zastrow was also second in the 300 hurdles (42.58), as did Max Johnson in the shot put (49-5¼), and the 1,600 relay team of Northup, Liz Endreas, Vircks and King (4:17.45).

2016 WIAA Division 3 Track & Field Regionals
May 23, at Marathon High School
Girls
Team scores:
1. Wausau Newman Catholic 127; 2. Marathon 111; 3. Edgar 106.5; 4. Auburndale 97; 5. Spencer 67; 6. Pittsville 48; 7. Marshfield Columbus Catholic 46; 8. Northland Lutheran 42; 9. Loyal 39.5.
Sectional qualifiers (top four) and Columbus Catholic, Spencer and Auburndale finishers
High jump:
1. Sabrina Vircks (SP) 5-2; 2. Mariah Whalen (WNC) 5-2; 3. Rylie Vaughn (WNC) 5-2; 4. Vanesse Seubert (MAR) 4-10; 5. Kendra Baierl (MCC) 4-8; 7. Rachel Gronemeyer (AUB) 4-6.
Long jump: 1. Emma Stanke (WNC) 16-7.25; 2. Sylviann Momont (AUB) 16-5.5; 3. Bailey Waldhauser (LOY) 16-2.5; 4. Rebeka Edelburg (NL) 15-7.25; 6. Vircks (SP) 14-11; 9. Amanda Momont (AUB) 13-7; 12. Kaitlyn Turchi (MCC) 13-3; 13. Liz Endreas (SP) 12-10.75; 19. Natalie Jacobson (MCC) 10-8.5.
Shot put: 1. Whalen (WNC) 36-7; 2. Melissa Neumann (NL) 34-11.75; 3. Katelyn Schmidt (MAR) 33-6.75; 4. Leah Zemke (MAR) 32-1; 5. Alyssa Stoiber (SP) 29-3; 11. Katie Yahnke (AUB) 25-7.5; 13. Stephanie Johnson (MCC) 25-3.5; 15. Catherine Pinter (MCC) 23-11.5; 17. Hayden Czaikowski (SP) 22-7.5; 20. Abby Anderson (AUB) 20-2.5.
3,200 relay: 1. Wausau Newman Catholic 10:23.21; 2. Marathon 10:25.94; 3. Marshfield Columbus Catholic (Morgan Albrecht, Hannah Grubofski, Becca Wirthlin, Natalie Pospyhalla) 11:13.46; 4. Pittsville 11:31.22; 5. Spencer (Kaitlin Kasch, Sydney Johnson, Brianna Frederickson, McKenna Brecht) 11:34.87; 6. Auburndale (Vicky Ertl, Anna Kollross, Jordy Richardson, Skylar Wolf) 12:40.62.
100 hurdles: 1. Daria Hoesly (ED) 16.48; 2. S. Momont (AUB) 16.59; 3. Cassie Mitchell (AUB) 17.66; 4. Signe Fronek (WNC) 18.68; 5. Stoiber (SP) 18.77; 7. Brionna Zygarlicke (MCC) 19.88; 8. Endreas (SP) 29.10.
100: 1. Alexandra Hutchison (MCC) 12.60; 2. Tiana Weatherby (ED) 13.08; 3. Alissa Korslin (PIT) 13.46; 4. Bailey Waldhauser (LOY) 13.53; 5. Lauren Faber (SP) 13.62.
800 relay: 1. Wausau Newman Catholic 1:49.48; 2. Edgar 1:50.05; 3. Pittsville 1:52.54; 4. Marathon 1:53.11; 5. Auburndale (Ana Jepsen, Wolf, Alyssa Kollross, Katie Peplinski) 2:13.91.
400: 1. Gronemeyer (AUB) 1:02.54; 2. Taylor Hackel (WNC) 1:03.85; 3. Isabella Jewell (AUB) 1:04.49; 4. Rose Paul (ED) 1:06.29.
400 relay: 1. Spencer (Nadia King, Faber, Kaily Northup, Brecht) 52.61; 2. Edgar 52.96; 3. Loyal 53.51; 4. Marathon 53.76; 6. Marshfield Columbus Catholic (Sophia Hackel, Turchi, Baierl, Natalie Jacobson) 59.60; 7. Auburndale (Jepsen, Wolf, Al. Kollross, Peplinski) 1:01.76.
300 hurdles: 1. Macey Wirkus (ED) 47.20; 2. Edrea Kubista (LOY) 50.36; 3. S. Momont (AUB) 51.06; 4. Fronek (WNC) 51.64; 6. Mitchell (AUB) 54.35; 9. Frederickson (SP) 59.67; 10. Zygarlicke (MCC) 59.78.
200: 1. Hutchison (MCC) 25.64; 2. Julianne Barkholz (WNC) 27.29; 3. Kubista (LOY) 28.38; 4. Korslin (PIT) 28.49.
3,200: 1. Anna Buchberger (MAR) 12:34.41; 2. Hannah Kloehn (NL) 13:21.08; 3. Hannah Brewster (ED) 13:32.21; 4. Bryn Pilgrim (MAR) 13:45.03; 5. An. Kollross (AUB) 13:45.64; 6. Pospyhalla (MCC) 14:00.23.
1,600 relay: 1. Wausau Newman Catholic 4:14.61; 2. Spencer (Northup, Endreas, Vircks, King) 4:17.45; 3. Edgar 4:17.97; 4. Auburndale (Gronemeyer, Katie Leick, Jewell, Kali Karl) 4:18.29.
Discus: 1. Whalen (WNC) 115-5; 2. Neumann (NL) 110-5; 3. Schmidt (MAR) 101-3; 4. Sam Jensen (AUB) 99-7; 9. Pinter (MCC) 80-0; 10. Johnson (MCC) 75-11; 11. Jepsen (AUB) 75-3; 14. Yahnke (AUB) 71-8.
Pole vault: 1. Johanna Ellefson (SP) 10-3; 2. Karina McGucken (WNC) 8-6; 3. Ana Klein (PIT) 8-6; 4. Barkholz (WNC) 8-0; 8. Jewell (AUB) 7-6; 9. Northup (SP) 7-0.
Triple jump: 1. Kamryn Butt (ED) 34-8; 2. S. Momont (AUB) 33-8.5; 3. Wirkus (ED) 33-6.75; 4. Edelburg (NL) 32-8; 6. Vircks (SP) 31-11.5; 8. Jewell (AUB) 31-10.5; 12. Stoiber (SP) 28-7.25; 13. Baierl (MCC) 28-2; 15. Turchi (MCC) 25-11.5; 18. Jacobson (MCC) 24-0.5.
1,600: 1. Buchberger (MAR) 5:45.01; 2. Kloehn (NL) 5:54.67; 3. King (SP) 5:56.31; 4. Leick (AUB) 6:07.17; 8. Melanie Lang (MCC) 6:34.70.
800: 1. Karl (AUB) 2:28.92; 2. Alysha Stieber (MAR) 2:37.99; 3. Jenna Hughes (PIT) 2:43.53; 4. Wirthlin (MCC) 2:44.41; 7. Albrecht (MCC) 2:48.77; 9. Kasch (SP) 2:52.73; 10. Grubofski (MCC) 2:54.87; 13. Amanda Doescher (SP) 3:42.92.
Boys
Team scores:
1. Marathon 227; 2. Edgar 84; 3. Pittsville 83; 4. Wausau Newman Catholic 81; 5. Loyal 72; 6. Spencer 54; 7. Marshfield Columbus Catholic 49; 8. Auburndale 29; 9. Northland Lutheran 17.
Sectional qualifiers (top four) and Columbus Catholic, Spencer and Auburndale finishers
Discus:
1. Bryce Seubert (MAR) 165-8; 2. Nathan Stoffel (MAR) 147-5; 3. Devin Mathwich (MAR) 132-6; 4. Elijah Welsh (MCC) 128-7; 10. Logan Zschernitz (SP) 104-0; 12. David Rasmussen (MCC) 102-3; 16. Nate Karau (SP) 91-5; 19. Gage Stoflet (AUB) 88-3; 21. Seth Kundinger (AUB) 78-8; 22. Max Weber (SP) 74-3; 23. Kaleb David (AUB) 72-11.
Pole vault: 1. Noah Zastrow (SP) 14-0; 2. Nate Steif (WNC) 13-6; 3. Preston Wirkus (MAR) 12-6; 4. Justin Natzke (MAR) 12-0; 5. Jacob Miller (SP) 12-0.
Triple jump: 1. Alex Robbins (MAR) 41-1.75; 2. Jake Gajewski (WNC) 40-1.75; 3. Derrick Howard (LOY) 39-7.5; 4. Karson Butt (ED) 39-6.75; 6. Nick Steele (AUB) 39-3.25; 9. Rylie Schmidt (SP) 35-6.5; 10. Dakota Andreae (SP) 34-5.5; 12. Jeremiah Giles (MCC) 33-7.
110 hurdles: 1. Howard (LOY) 16.74; 2. Spencer Krautkramer (MAR) 16.75; 3. Preston Wirkus (MAR) 17.43; 4. Devin Leonard (NL) 17.86; 6. Mason Barth (SP) 19.80.
100: 1. Gajewski (WNC) 11.00; 2. Austin Borchardt (ED) 11.53; 3. Mitchell Putnam (MAR) 11.89; 4. Chris Snook (PIT) 11.98; 7. Dylan Peplinski (AUB) 12.28; 8. David (AUB) 12.48.
1,600: 1. Xavier Lechleitner (MAR) 4:41.12; 2. Jordan Balz (MAR) 4:53.05; 3. Elliot Genteman (LOY) 5:05.82; 4. Jesse Poppy (PIT) 5:07.29; 5. Tim Gruenloh (MCC) 5:14.77; 10. Darren Kieffer (AUB) 5:47.58; 12. Josh Peplinski (AUB) 6:11.27; 13. Josh Steczynski (AUB) 6:21.21; 14. Colten Post (SP) 6:34.28.
800 relay: 1. Marathon 1:33.12; 2. Marshfield Columbus Catholic (Welsh, Leo Pittsley, David Nielsen, Farid Torbey) 1:35.76; 3. Loyal 1:37.12; 4. Wausau Newman Catholic 1:37.14; 7. Spencer (Schmidt, Isaiah Schilling, Miller, Zastrow) 1:41.52.
400: 1. Snook (PIT) 52.54; 2. Carver Empey (AUB) 53.43; 3. Schmidt (SP) 54.34; 4. Marshall Hackel (WNC) 55.10; 8. Paul Peplinski (AUB) 59.08; 9. Stoflet (AUB) 59.67; 10. Collin Neiman (SP) 1:00.04; 12. William Boyer (MCC) 1:07.42.
400 relay: 1. Wausau Newman Catholic 44.41; 2. Edgar 44.99; 3. Marathon 45.31; 4. Marshfield Columbus Catholic (Welsh, Pittsley, Nielsen, F. Torbey) 45.79.
300 hurdles: 1. Tyler Sommer (ED) 42.52; 2. Zastrow (SP) 42.58; 3. Krautkramer (MAR) 42.87; 4. Richard Seubert (MAR) 43.49; 8. Barth (SP) 48.89; 11. Giles (MCC) 50.71.
200: 1. Gajewski (WNC) 22.09; 2. Robbins (MAR) 22.85; 3. Borchardt (ED) 22.99; 4. Pittsley (MCC) 23.93; 7. Nielsen (MCC) 24.92; 8. Schmidt (SP) 25.05.
1,600 relay: 1. Marathon 3:32.38; 2. Wausau Newman Catholic 3:38.74; 3. Pittsville 3:48.49; 4. Loyal 3:52.45; 6. Spencer (Barth, Aaron Pankratz, Neiman, Dyllan Griepentrog) 3:58.69.
High jump: 1. Lechleitner (MAR) 6-3; 2. Everett Rasmussen (PIT) 6-0; 3. David Burgess (NL) 5-11; 4. F. Torbey (MCC) 5-10; 7. Miller (SP) 5-4; 8. Nathan Engelbright (AUB) 5-4.
Long jump: 1. Justin Natzke (MAR) 20-5.75; 2. Steele (AUB) 19-7.5; 3. Burgess (NL) 19-6; 4. Trevor Witt (LOY) 19-3.5; 13. Andreae (SP) 14-11.75.
Shot put: 1. B. Seubert (MAR) 49-11.5; 2. Max Johnson (SP) 49-5.25; 3. Mathwich (MAR) 48-1.5; 4. Nick Wokatsch (MAR) 44-5; 6. Andreae (SP) 40-4; 11. Welsh (MCC) 38-0.5; 12. Zschnernitz (SP) 37-7.75; 14. Rasmussen (MCC) 36-2; 18. Wyatt Fowler (AUB) 33-2.5; 24. Koltin Pask (AUB) 28-9.25; 26. Kundinger (AUB) 25-7.25.
3,200 relay: 1. Pittsville 8:41.86; 2. Marathon 8:48.94; 3. Marshfield Columbus Catholic (Leonard Steinert, Jon Viegut, Peyton Nystrom, Giles) 8:52.00; 4. Loyal 8:53.36; 6. Auburndale (Kieffer, Jo. Peplinski, Hayden Hill, P. Peplinski) 10:01.87.
3,200: 1. Balz (MAR) 10:50.76; 2. Jesse Poppy (PIT) 11:03.26; 3. Pilgrim (MAR) 11:09.03; 4. Benny Frericks (MCC) 11:18.51; 11. Zach Gotz (MCC) 12:37.48; 12. Steczynski (AUB) 14:10.17.
800: 1. Lechleitner (MAR) 2:00.88; 2. Carson Seehafer (MAR) 2:11.06; 3. Colton Ortner (PIT) 2:11.02; 4. Darin Meyer (LOY) 2:11.61; 6. Nystrom (MCC) 2:13.57; 7. Pankratz (SP) 2:14.75; 8. Viegut (MCC) 2:15.43; 10. Steinert (MCC) 2:16.87; 13. Hill (AUB) 2:28.03; 16. P. Peplinski (AUB) 2:41.71.

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Spencer, Columbus Catholic each have seven champions at 2016 Eastern Cloverbelt Conference Track Meet

Posted on 17 May 2016 by paul

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COLBY – The Spencer boys finished second and both the Marshfield Columbus Catholic boys and girls were third at the 2016 Eastern Cloverbelt Conference Track & Field Meet on Tuesday at Colby High School.

Neillsville/Granton won both team championships, the girls by just 10 points over Spencer. The Spencer boys were fourth in the eight-team meet.

Columbus Catholic and Spencer each won seven events.

Senior Alexandra Hutchison led the way for the Dons girls, repeating as conference champion in the 100 (12.68 seconds) and 200 meters (26.21), and adding the 400 title (59.33) to her resume.

Also winning the Columbus girls was the 3,200 relay team of Morgan Albrecht, Becca Wirthlin, Hannah Grubofski and Natalie Pospyhalla, finishing with a time of 11:05.89.

Spencer’s Nadia King repeated as the 1,600-meter run champion, finishing in 5:50.21. She also finished second to Hutchison in the 400 and 200.

Other girls champions for Spencer were Sabrina Vircks, who won the high jump (5 feet) and triple jump (33-0), and Johanna Ellefson, who took first in the pole vault (9-6).

On the boys side, Noah Zastrow won the pole vault (13-6) and Max Johnson was the shot put champion (51-4) for Spencer.

Taking first for Columbus Catholic were Farid Torbey in the high jump (6-2), the 3,200 relay team of Leonard Steinert, Jon Viegut, Peyton Nystrom and Jeremiah Giles (9:07.92) and the 400 relay team of Elijah Welsh, Leo Pittsley, David Nielsen and Torbey (46.48).

Spencer and Columbus Catholic will compete in the WIAA Division 3 regional on Monday at Marathon.

2016 Eastern Cloverbelt Conference Track & Field Meet
Girls
Team scores:
1. Neillsville/Granton 157; 2. Spencer 147; 3. Marshfield Columbus Catholic 103; 4. Colby 85; 5. Greenwood 67; 6. Loyal 64; 7. Owen-Withee 44; 8. Gilman 14.
Winners, and Spencer and Marshfield Columbus Catholic finishers
3,200 relay:
1. Marshfield Columbus Catholic (Morgan Albrecht, Becca Wirthlin, Hannah Grubofski, Natalie Pospyhalla) 11:05.89; 2. Spencer (Kaitilin Kasch, Brianna Frederickson, McKenna Brecht, Sydney Johnson) 11:17.60.
100 hurdles: 1. Kayla Lis (NG) 18.27; 3. Alyssa Stoiber (SP) 18.76; 5. Liz Endreas (SP) 19.42; 6. Brionna Zygarlicke (MCC) 20.24.
100: 1. Alexandra Hutchison (MCC) 12.68; 4. Lauren Faber (SP) 13.61.
1,600: 1. Nadia King (SP) 5:50.21; 4. Wirthlin (MCC) 6:13.23; 5. Melanie Lang (MCC) 6:16.09; 12. Amanda Doescher (SP) 9:30.95.
800 relay: 1. Neillsville/Granton (Kelly Barth, Olivia Hanson, Mindy Schoengarth, Lauren Mesar) 1:53.69; 2. Spencer (Endreas, Brecht, Stoiber, Johnson) 1:57.76; 5. Marshfield Columbus Catholic (Kaitlyn Turchi, Kendra Baierl, Stephanie Johnson, Chaewon Kim) 2:21.10.
400: 1. Hutchison (MCC) 59.33; 2. King (SP) 1:04.80; 3. Kaily Northup (SP) 1:05.76.
400 relay: 1. Loyal (Edrea Kubista, Jennifer Szymanski, Amanda Zettler, Bailey Waldhauser) 54.05; 3. Spencer (Johanna Ellefson, Johnson, Kasch, Faber) 55.69; 4. Marshfield Columbus Catholic (Baierl, Turchi, Natalie Jacobson, Sophia Hackel) 59.28.
300 hurdles: 1. Barth (NG) 50.33; 6. Stoiber (SP) 57.90; 7. Brianna Frederickson (SP) 58.52; 8. Zygarlicke (MCC) 1:01.05.
800: 1. Sophie Katcher (NG) 2:40.29; 3. Kasch (SP) 2:45.39; 4. Hannah Grubofski (MCC) 2:45.54; 5. Brecht (SP) 2:45.83; 8. Albrecht (MCC) 2:55.10.
200: 1. Hutchison (MCC) 26.21; 2. King (SP) 27.38; 7. Northup (SP) 28.71.
3,200: 1. Isabelle Feiten (COLBY) 13:19.03; 3. Pospyhalla (MCC) 13:56.66; 4. Lang (MCC) 14:07.29; 8. Destiny Lang (SP) 17:11.06.
1,600 relay: 1. Spencer (Endreas, Faber, Sabrina Vircks, Northup) 4:27.18; 4. Marshfield Columbus Catholic (Zygarlicke, Jacobson, Albrecht, Grubofski) 4:55.14.
High jump: 1. Vircks (SP) 5-0; 2. Baierl (MCC) 4-8; 6. Ellefson (SP) 4-4; 8. Jacobson (MCC) 4-0.
Pole vault: 1. Ellefson (SP) 9-6; 4. Northup (SP) 7-6; 6. Kaelyn Lyon (SP) 7-3.
Long jump: 1. Bailey Waldhauser (LOY) 16-0.75; 4. Endreas (SP) 14-5.5.
Triple jump: 1. Vircks (SP) 33-0; 8. Baierl (MCC) 29-4; 10. Turchi (MCC) 27-10.
Discus: 1. Arianna Perschke (NG) 85-8; 4. Catherine Pinter (MCC) 77-6; 5. Johnson (MCC) 76-2; 9. Ellefson (SP) 67-9; 15. Hayden Czaikowski (SP) and Kim (MCC) 51-2; 17. Faber (SP) 49-8.
Shot put: 1. Mackenzie Huber (COLBY) 32-6.5; 5. Stoiber (SP) 29-0; 8. Johnson (MCC) 25-5; 10. Pinter (MCC) 22-9; 11. Kim (MCC) 22-8.5; 12. Czaikowski (SP) 20-7.
Boys
Team scores:
1. Neillsville/Granton 177; 2. Loyal 163.50; 3. Marshfield Columbus Catholic 100; 4. Spencer 83.5; 5. Gilman 69; 6. Colby 56; 7. Owen-Withee 22; 8. Greenwood 6.
Winners, and Spencer and Marshfield Columbus Catholic finishers
3,200 relay:
1. Marshfield Columbus Catholic (Leonard Steinert, Jon Viegut, Peyton Nystrom, Jeremiah Giles) 9:07.92; 3. Spencer (Dakota Andreae, Collin Neiman, Aaron Pankratz, Isaiah Schilling) 9:40.10.
110 hurdles: 1. Mason Barth (NG) 16.30; 5. Mason Barth (SP) 20.46.
100: 1. Ethan Aldinger (GIL) 11.64.
1,600: 1. Preston Mertins (COLBY) 4:38.55; 4. Tim Gruenloh (MCC) 5:05.09; 6. Benny Frericks (MCC) 5:11.59; 8. Steinert (MCC) 5:16.28; 11. Colten Post (SP) 6:10.82.
800 relay: 1. Neillsville/Granton (Nick May, Mason Barth, Chase Ehlers, Mike Dux) 1:34.82; 2. Marshfield Columbus Catholic (Elijah Welsh, Leo Pittsley, David Nielsen, Farid Torbey) 1:35.71; 4. Spencer (Schilling, Rylie Schmidt, Jacob Miller, Noah Zastrow) 1:41.79.
400: 1. Jabob Walter (NG) 53.73; 6. Schmidt (SP) 57.25; 7. Nadim Torbey (MCC) 1:00.03; 8. Wyatt Bauer (MCC) 1:00.33; 9. Pankratz (SP) 1:00.53; 12. William Boyer (MCC) 1:10.24.
400 relay: 1. Marshfield Columbus Catholic (Welsh, Pittsley, Nielsen, F. Torbey) 46.48; 4. Spencer (Alek Siegel, Max Johnson, Miller, Zastrow) 50.84.
300 hurdles: 1. Barth (NG) 42.04; 6. Barth (SP) 47.98; 7. Jacob Hainzlsperger (SP) 48.04; 8. Jacob Schneider (SP) 48.62; 10. Giles (MCC) 48.97.
800: 1. Mertins (COLBY) 2:07.61; 3. Nystrom (MCC) 2:10.53; 7. Viegut (MCC) 2:14.31.
200: 1. Walter (NG) 23.61; 3. Pittsley (MCC) 23.93; 5. Nielsen (MCC) 24.58; 6. Schmidt (SP) 24.78.
3,200: 1. Mertins (COLBY) 10:26.62; 5. Frericks (MCC) 11:32.07; 6. Gruenloh (MCC) 11:35.27; 7. Zach Gotz (MCC) 12:17.97; 10. Post (SP) 14:48.37.
1,600 relay: 1. Gilman (Aldinger, Brady Emstrom, Torgor Crick, Travis Lato) 3:43.85; 4. Marshfield Columbus Catholic (Nystrom, Viegut, Giles, Steinert) 3:59.65; 5. Spencer (Barth, Collin Neiman, Pankratz, Schneider) 4:06.15.
High jump: 1. F. Torbey (MCC) 6-2; 4. Miller (SP) 5-8; 7. Barth (SP) 5-0.
Pole vault: 1. Zastrow (SP) 13-6; 4. Miller (SP) 10-6.
Long jump: 1. Aldinger (GIL) 20-0; 8. Hainzlsperger (SP) 16-7.5; 11. Pittsley (MCC) 14-10.75; 12. Andreae (SP) 14-10.
Triple jump: 1. Marlin Pogodzinski (OW) 40-2; 4. Schmidt (SP) 36-8; 5. Giles (MCC) 34-10; 7. Andreae (SP) 34-0.5.
Discus: 1. Andrew Buchanan (LOY) 128-4; 3. Welsh (MCC) 120-4; 4. Logan Zschernitz (SP) 110-0; 7. David Rasmussen (MCC) 101-8; 13. Nate Karau (SP) 87-2; 15. Max Weber (SP) 82-3.
Shot put: 1. Johnson (SP) 51-4; 4. Welsh (MCC) 41-2.5; 6. Zschernitz (SP) 37-10.5; 8. Rasmussen (MCC) 35-8.

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Auburndale’s Sylviann Momont wins MVP at Edgar Track Invitational

Posted on 10 May 2016 by paul

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EDGAR – Auburndale senior Sylviann Momont broke a 28-year-old meet record and was named meet Most Valuable Player at the Dr. H.A. Schultz Track Invitational on Monday at Edgar High School.

Momont had a long jump of 17 feet, 6½ inches to break the old meet record and also set a new Auburndale school record. Momont also won the triple jump (34 feet, ½ inch) and was second in the 300-meter hurdles (51.11 seconds) and third in the 100 hurdles (17.23) for the Apaches, who finished second in the team standings behind Edgar.

Spencer was fourth and Marshfield Columbus Catholic took fifth in the girls team standings.

Edgar also won the boys team title, with Columbus Catholic fourth, Spencer sixth and Auburndale eighth.

Columbus Catholic senior Alexandra Hutchison also set a new meet record in the girls 200, finishing in 25.97 seconds. She also won the 100 in 130.05 and the 400 in 1:00.22.

Also winning meet titles for the Dons were the girls 3,200 relay team of Morgan Albrecht, Hannah Grubofski, Becca Wirthlin and Natalie Pospyhalla (10:53.91), Tim Gruenloh in the boys 1,600 (4:54.65) and Farid Torbey in the boys high jump (6-0).

Spencer had six first-place finishes. Nadia King won the girls 1,600 (5:45.01) and teamed with Liz Endreas, Sabrina Vircks and Kaily Northup to win the 400 relay in 4:21.64. Vircks won the high jump (5-2) and Johanna Ellefson took first in the pole vault (9-6) for the Spencer girls.

Winning events for the Spencer boys were Jacob Miller in the pole vault (11-0) and the 400 thrower’s relay team of Logan Zschneritz, Max Weber, Nate Karau and Alek Siegel (52.99).

Nick Steele had the Auburndale boys best finish, taking second in the long jump (19-10½).

Dr. H.A. Schulz Invitational
May 9, at Edgar High School
Girls
Team scores:
1. Edgar 162.5; 2. Auburndale 110.5; 3. Abbotsford 94; 4. Spencer 85.5; 5. Marshfield Columbus Catholic 64.5; 6. Athens 62; 7. Rib Lake 57; 8. Northland Lutheran 46; 9. Loyal 21.
Winners and Auburndale, Columbus Catholic and Spencer finishers
3,200 relay:
1. Marshfield Columbus Catholic (Morgan Albrecht, Hannah Grubofski, Becca Wirthlin, Natalie Pospyhalla) 10:53.91; 4. Spencer (Brianna Frederickson, Kaitlin Kasch, Mckenna Brecht, Sydney Johnson) 11:05.51.
100 hurdles: 1. Daria Hoesly (ED) 16.79; 3. Sylviann Momont (AUB) 17.23; 5. Cassie Mitchell (AUB) 17.88; 7. Liz Endreas (SP) 19.79; 9. Brionna Zygarlicke (MCC) 20.54.
100: 1. Alexandra Hutchison (MCC) 13.05; 5. Lauren Faber (SP) 13.80; 7. Rachel Gronemeyer 9AUB) 13.90; 10. Amanda Momont (AUB) 14.25; 17. Johnson (SP) 14.84; 18. Sophia Hackel (MCC) 14.87; 27. Ana Jepsen (AUB) 15.98; 29. Kaelyn Lyon (SP) 16.18.
1,600: 1. Nadia King (SP) 5:45.01; 3. Katie Leick (AUB) 5:50.70; 7. Melanie Lang (MCC) 6:16.15; 8. Wirthlin (MCC) 6:18.02; 10. Grubofski (MCC) 6:28.98; 13. Amanda Doescher (SP) 9:28.04.
800 relay: 1. Abbotsford (Sabrina Brainstiter, Ariana Brainstiter, Jaelyn Friedenfels, Melanie Kunze) 1:54.21; 4. Spencer (Alyssa Stoiber, Johnson, Johanna Ellefson, Endreas) 2:02.29; 6. Auburndale (Alexandra Wolf, Jepsen, Katie Peplinski, Skyler Wolf) 2:14.60.
400: 1. Hutchison (MCC) 1:00.22; 2. Gronemeyer (AUB) 1:01.93; 3. Isabella Jewell (AUB) 1:04.76.
400 relay: 1. Abbotsford (Dylana Schreiner, A. Brainstiter, Friedenfels, Zoe Kremsreiter) 53.27; 2. Spencer (King, Kaily Northup, Faber, Brecht) 53.36; 5. Marshfield Columbus Catholic (Kendra Baierl, Natalie Jacobson, Kaitlyn Turchi, fourth not reported) 59.18.
300 hurdles: 1. Macey Wirkus (ED) 47.21; 2. S. Momont (AUB) 51.11; 4. Mitchell (AUB) 51.83; 8. Zygarlicke (MCC) 1:02.26.
800: 1. Autumn Wickman (AT) 2:25.03; 2. Kali Karl (AUB) 2:30.20; 5. Kasch (SP) 2:47.79; 8. Brecht (SP) 2:53.03; 9. Albrecht (MCC) 2:54.34; 10. Grubofski (MCC) 2:57.65; 16. Doescher (SP) 3:52.20.
200: 1. Hutchison (MCC) 25.97; 3. Faber (SP) 28.32; 6. Northup (SP) 28.79; 7. A. Momont (AUB) 29.39; 10. Sabrina Vircks (SP) 30.09; 12. Mitchell (AUB) 30.39; 13. Hackel (MCC) 30.42; 26. Kian Kernan (AUB) 38.54.
3,200: 1. Hannah Kloehn (NL) 12:43.53; 4. Pospyhalla (MCC) 13:46.52; 6. Lang (MC) 15:00.10; 7. Destiny Lang 9SP) 16:21.91.
400 thrower’s relay: 1. Edgar (McKenzie Durr, Kateri Hackel, Savannah Bauman, Sam Schreiber) 1:02.24.
400 relay: 1. Spencer (King, Endreas, Vircks, Northup) 4:21.64; 2. Auburndale (Jewell, Karl, Leick, Gronemeyer) 4:23.23; 5. Marshfield Columbus Catholic (Wirthlin, Turchi, Baierl, Jacobson) 5:03.08.
High jump: 1. Vircks (SP) 5-2; 2. A. Momont (AUB) 4-10; 4. Gronemeyer (AUB) and Baierl (MCC) 4-8; 8. Northup (SP) 4-6; 9. Ellefson (SP) 4-4; 14. Jacobson (MCC) 4-2.
Pole vault: 1. Ellefson (SP) 9-6; 6. Kaelyn Lyon (SP) 7-0; 11. Jewell (AUG) 6-6; 15. Vicky Ertl (AUB) 5-6.
Long jump: 1. S. Momont (AUB) 17-6.5; 3. A. Momont (AUB) 15-7; 10. Endreas (SP) 13-4.5; 11. Turchi (MCC) 13-4; 18. Johnson (SP) 11-2.75; 19. Cierra Sjoman (AUB) 10-3.75.
Triple jump: 1. S. Momont (AUB) 34-0.5; 8. Jewell (AUB) 31-11; 9. Vircks (SP) 31-0.5; 10. Brecht (SP) 29-2.
Discus: 1. Melissa Neumann (NL) 117-0; 4. Sam Jensen (AUB) 89-5; 10. Stephanie Johnson (MCC) 76-4; 12. Catherine Pinter (MCC) 76-1; 15. Jepsen (AUB) 72-0; 17. Ellefson (SP) 67-8; 18. Katie Yahnke 9AUB) 64-11; 22. ChaeWon Kim (MCC) 59-9.
Shot put: 1. Neumann (NL) 37-1; 9. Yahnke (AUB) 26-3.25; 12. Johnson (MCC) 25-4; 16. Pinter (MCC) 24-0; 20. Hayden Czaikowski (SP) 22-8; 21. Abby Anderson (AUB) 22-5.5; 22. Jepsen (AUB) 21-9; 25. Kim (MCC) 20-5.5.
Boys
Team scores:
1. Edgar 168.5; 2. Loyal 104; 3. Abbotsford 94.5; 4. Marshfield Columbus Catholic 90; 5. Athens 79; 6. Spencer 63; 7. Rib Lake 56; 8. Auburndale 34.5; 9. Northland Lutheran 21.5.
Winners and Auburndale, Columbus Catholic and Spencer finishers
3,200 relay:
1. Loyal (Tamerat Kubista, Marcus Genteman, Darrin Meyer, Elliot Genteman) 8:56.25; 2. Marshfield Columbus Catholic (Jon Viegut, Peyton Nystrom, Scott Steinert, Jeremiah Giles) 9:01.12; 5. Auburndale (Darren Kieffer, Hayden Hill, Josh Peplinski, Paul Peplinski) 10:16.50; 6. Spencer (Dakota Andreae, Collin Nieman, Aaron Pankratz, Isiah Schilling) 10:26.54.
110 hurdles: 1. Derrick Howard (LOY) 17.48.
100: 1. Austin Borchardt (ED) 11.62; 3. Leo Pittsley (MCC) 12.17; 8. David Nielsen (MCC) 12.48; 11. Ja. Peplinski (AUB) 12.64; 13. Nadim Torbey (MCC) 12.71; 18. Jacob Hanzlsperger (SP) 13.15; 20. Dyllan Griepentrog (SP) 13.21; 21. Andreae (SP) 13.25; 22. Nathan Engelbright (AUB) 13.26; 27. Jesse Mueller (SP) 13.92; 29. Adam Walter (SP) 13.98.
1,600: 1. Tim Gruenloh (MCC) 4:54.65; 5. Steinert (MCC) 5:16.77; 9. Kieffer (AUG) 5:41.46; 12. Colten Post (SP) 6:04.42; 13. Josh Peplinski (AUG) 6:05.07.
800 relay: 1. Loyal (M. Genteman, Skylar Ruggles, Parker Leffel, Dalton Kroening) 1:40.09; 3. Auburndale (Ja. Peplinski, Kaleb David, Engelbright, Nick Steele) 1:42.16; 5. Spencer (Schilling, Nieman, Alek Siegel, fourth not reported) 1:46.74.
400: 1. Borchardt (ED) 52.06; 2. Rylie Schmidt (SP) 55.32; 3. Pittsley (MCC) 55.41; 5. Gage Stoflet (AUB) 57.98; 6. Nielsen (MCC) 58.08; 7. Paul Peplinski (AUB) 1:00.33; 14. Tanner Kuhtz (SP) 1:08.79.
400 relay: 1. Abbotsford (Joe Aguilera, Hunter Carpenter, Brock Halopka, Tom Carlson) 46.64; 3. Auburndale (Ja. Peplinski, David, Engelbright, Steele) 47.61; 5. Marshfield Columbus Catholic (Wyatt Bauer, Will Boyer, Farid Torbey, N. Torbey) 49.75; 8. Spencer (Siegel, Jacob Miller, Jesse Mueller, fourth not reported) 51.43.
300 hurdles: 1. Tyler Sommer (ED) 43.17; 5. Hanzlsperger (SP) 48.30; 6. Giles 9MCC) 48.46; 9. Mason Barth (SP) 49.21; 10. Jacob Schneider (SP) 49.60; 13. Josh Steczynski (AUB) 55.70; 14. Trevor Haumschild (AUB) 59.36.
800: 1. Johnathon Daul (ATH) 2:10.04; 3. Jon Viegut (MCC) 2:15.33; 8. Kieffer (AUB) 2:26.21; 9. P. Peplinski (AUB) 2:26.94; 15. Hill (AUB) 2:32.23; 18. Post (SP) 2:43.74; 21. Kuhtz (SP) 3:03.44.
200: 1. Borchardt (ED) 23.38; 3. Pittsley (MCC) 24.47; 7. Schmidt (SP) 24.78; 8. Nielsen (MCC) 24.88; 11. Stoflet (AUB) 25.96; 13. Andreae (SP) 26.28; 15. Bauer (MCC) 26.63; 18. Haumschild (AUB) 27.23; 19. Dyllan Griepentrog (SP) 27.33; 21. Mueller (SP) 27,85.
3,200: 1. Donald Dums (RL) 10:56.99; 3. Benny Frericks (MCC) 11:18.02.
400 throwers relay: 1. Spencer (Logan Zschneritz, Max Weber, Nate Karau, Siegel) 52.99.
1,600 relay: 1. Loyal (Parker Leffel, Dalton Kroening, Skylar Ruggles, Shane Troutt) 3:45.51; 3. Spencer (Barth, Nieman, Schmidt, Aaron Pankratz) 3:54.16; 4. Marshfield Columbus Catholic (Giles, Gruenloh, Steinert, Nysrom) 3:58.94.
High jump: 1. F. Torbey (MCC) 6-0; 5. Miller (SP) 5-6.
Pole vault: 1. Miller (SP) 11-0.
Long jump: 1. David Burgess (NL) 20-0.75; 2. Steele (AUB) 19-10.5; 11. Pittsley (MCC) 16-7.25; 18. Hanzlsperger (SP) 14-9; 21. Weber (SP) 13-1.
Triple jump: 1. Alec Hafferman (ED) 40-2; 5. Steele (AUB) 38-1.25; 7. Giles (MCC) 35-4.25; 9. Andreae (SP) 33-11; 14. Post (SP) 28-1.5.
Discus: 1. Jared Belisle (ATH) 144-6; 4. Elijah Welsh (MCC) 125-0; 8. David Rasmussen (MCC) 105-11; 10. Nate Karau (SP) 104-4; 13. Stoflet (AUB) 94-1; 17. Zschernitz (SP) 92-3; 21. Weber (SP) 87-5; 25. Siegel (SP) 80-0; 26. Seth Kundinger (AUB) 78-10; 27. Dameon Butler (SP) 78-0; 28. David (AUB) 76-2.
Shot put: 1. Dylan Bloch (ABB) 49-7.5; 2. Johnson (SP) 47-4; 6. Welsh (MCC) 40-11.25; 10. Zschernitz (SP) 38-10; 12. Rasmussen (MCC) 36-4; 16. Fowler (AUB) 34-8.5; 28. Karau (SP) 29-4.75; 30. Koltin Pask (AUB) 27-11.5; 35. Kundinger (AUB) 25-1.5; 36. Brandon Much (SP) 22-2.

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