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Spencer’s Ellefson, Auburndale girls 1,600 relay win gold at 2017 WIAA State Track & Field Championships

Posted on 03 June 2017 by paul

Spencer senior Johanna Ellefson took first in the Division 3 girls pole vault for the second-straight year after she cleared 11 feet at the 2017 WIAA State Track & Field Championships on Saturday at the University of Wisconsin-La Crosse. (Photo by Don Patterson/For MarshfieldAreaSports.com)

Auburndale’s Isabelle Hilber nears the finish line to wrap up a victory in the Division 3 girls 1,600-meter relay on Saturday at the 2017 WIAA State Track & Field Championships at UW-La Crosse. Hilber teamed with Isabella Jewell, Rachel Gronemeyer, and Kali Karl to win the race in 4:04.34. (Photo by Don Patterson/For MarshfieldAreaSports.com)

Marshfield junior Meg Bryan finished 20th in the Division 1 girls long jump Saturday at the 2017 WIAA State Track & Field Championships at UW-La Crosse. (Photo by Don Patterson/For MarshfieldAreaSports.com)

Marshfield freshman Gracie Holland ended up in 24th place in the Division 1 girls long jump Saturday at the 2017 WIAA State Track & Field Championships at UW-La Crosse. (Photo by Don Patterson/For MarshfieldAreaSports.com)

Spencer freshman Hannah Zastrow competed in the Division 3 girls pole vault Saturday at the 2017 WIAA State Track & Field Championships at UW-La Crosse. She finished ninth with a vault of 9 feet, 6 inches. (Photo by Don Patterson/For MarshfieldAreaSports.com)

Spencer senior Noah Zastrow hits the sand after a long jump attempt Saturday at the 2017 WIAA State Track & Field Championships at UW-La Crosse. Zastrow finished fourth in the Division 3 boys event with a jump of 20 feet, 11 3/4 inches. (Photo by Don Patterson/For MarshfieldAreaSports.com)

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LA CROSSE – Spencer senior Johanna Ellefson repeated as the state champion in the Division 3 pole vault and the Auburndale girls 1,600-meter relay team also earned gold at the second day of the 2017 WIAA State Track & Field Championships on Saturday at the University of Wisconsin-La Crosse.

The two gold medals were among five state medals won by local athletes Saturday.

Ellefson won the girls pole vault by clearing the same height she did in 2016 – 11 feet even – to earn her second state gold medal. Her teammate, freshman Hannah Zastrow, placed ninth in the event with a best of 9 feet, 6 inches. She is the first two-time state track champion in Spencer’s history.

Hannah’s brother, Spencer senior Noah Zastrow, earned a pair of medals with top-six finishes. He was fourth in the Division 3 boys long jump with a leap of 20 feet, 11¾ inches, and placed sixth in the 300-meter hurdles with a time of 40.58 seconds. Those two medals go along with a gold he won Friday by taking first in the pole vault with a vault of 15-4.

Noah Zastrow came close to earning a fourth medal at state as he placed seventh in the 110-meter hurdles, finishing in 16.21 seconds, just 0.14 of a second behind the sixth-place finisher.

“The Spencer High School track athletes worked very hard to get to state,” Spencer coach Brian Pickett said. “The dedication they had all year inspired the whole track team to new heights, leading by example.

“Overall, every member of our boys and girls teams did their best each day, and we are incredibly proud of them all. The parents’ support for the track program and being at the meets for support was wonderful. It was a big part in our athletes doing well during the season and at state.”

The Auburndale girls 1,600 relay team of Isabella Jewell, Rachel Gronemeyer, Kali Karl and Isabelle Hilber led for most of the way to take gold in the event, finishing in 4:04.34, 0.69 of a second ahead of second-place Oshkosh Lourdes.

“The Auburndale girls track team has had a remarkable year,” Auburndale coach Brian Swenson said. “Going into the season I knew it was going to be special. The team had strong leadership in the junior and senior classes and a good work ethic from top to bottom.

“The state meet was the first time we have felt summer like weather, but our girls were focused and prepared. The girls on the 1,600 relay each did their part and it led to amazing results. It was a great race to watch and we are all still smiling.”

Spencer senior Max Johnson also picked up a medal in the Division 3 boys shot put. Johnson, who was ninth at state last year, finished fourth with a throw of 51 feet, 9¼ inches. Johnson’s teammate, sophomore Logan Zschernitz was eighth in the event with a toss of 49-½, 7¼ inches off a sixth-place finish.

Marshfield’s lone two girls state qualifiers competed in the Division 1 long jump on Saturday morning. Junior Meg Bryan finished 20th with a jump of 16 feet, 6 inches, and freshman Gracie Holland was 24th with a leap of 15-6. It was the first state meet for both athletes.

Spencer also had a pair of girls relay teams run on Saturday, but neither earned a medal.

The Rockets’ 800 relay of Lauren Faber, Liz Endreas, Delaney Eichman and Kaily Northup was eighth in 1:50.09, and the 400 team of Eichman, Northup, Zastrow and Ellefson took ninth in 51.94, just 4/10 of a second out of the final medal spot of sixth.

For complete state results, click this link to visit wiaawi.org.

For more photos from Saturday’s events at the state track meet, courtesy of Don Patterson, click this link.

For photos from Friday’s events at the state track meet, courtesy of Don Patterson, click this link.

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Spencer’s Zastrow siblings, Auburndale’s Karl earn medals at first day of 2017 WIAA State Track Meet

Posted on 02 June 2017 by paul

Spencer senior Noah Zastrow clears the bar in the Division 3 boys pole vault on Friday at the 2017 WIAA State Track & Field Championships at UW-La Crosse. Zastrow won the event with a vault of 15 feet, 4 inches. (Photo by Don Patterson/For MarshfieldAreaSports.com)

Spencer’s Noah Zastrow finished second in the Division 3 boys 110-meter hurdles preliminaries on Friday at opening day of the 2017 WIAA State Track & Field Championships at UW-La Crosse. Zastrow will run in the finals on Saturday. (Photo by Don Patterson/For MarshfieldAreaSports.com)

Auburndale’s Rachel Gronemeyer takes off in the Division 3 girls 400 meters preliminaries on Friday at the 2017 WIAA State Track & Field Championships at the University of Wisconsin-La Crosse. She finished 11th, failing to qualify for the finals. (Photo by Don Patterson/For MarshfieldAreaSports.com)

Stratford’s Cade Lehman runs in the Division 2 boys 3,200 meters at the 2017 WIAA State Track & Field Championships on Friday at UW-La Crosse. Lehman finished 10th in the event. (Photo by Don Patterson/For MarshfieldAreaSports.com)

Columbus Catholic freshman Jessica Jakopin finished 17th in the Division 3 girls shot put on Friday at the 2017 WIAA State Track & Field Championships at UW-La Crosse. (Photo by Don Patterson/For MarshfieldAreaSports.com)

Marshfield junior Skyler Theisen finished 19th in qualifying for the Division 1 boys 300-meter hurdles on Friday at the 2017 WIAA State Track & Field Championships at UW-La Crosse. (Photo by Don Patterson/For MarshfieldAreaSports.com)

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LA CROSSE – The local athletes competing at the 2017 WIAA State Track and Field Championships at Memorial Stadium on the University of Wisconsin-La Crosse campus Friday had a mixed bag of results – some shining, some heartbreaking.

Spencer and Auburndale grabbed the first three medals among local competitors, including a gold, while three others running in qualifying events failed to reach the finals in their respective events by the narrowest of margins.

Spencer senior Noah Zastrow earned the fourth medal of his career in the Division 3 boys pole vault, finally taking the gold as he finished first with a vault of 15 feet, 4 inches. Zastrow finished third in his first two years at state in the event, and was the D-3 runner-up a year ago.

Zastrow also moved on to the finals in both of his hurdles events. He was second in qualifying in the 110-meter hurdles with a time of 15.59 seconds, finishing only behind Josh Pillath of Coleman (15.05). Zastrow also took seventh in the 300 hurdles, qualifying with a time of 41.65 seconds. The top 10 in all qualifying running events move on to finals on Saturday.

Zastrow will also be competing in the long jump on Saturday.

Noah’s sister, freshman Hannah Zastrow, earned her first state medal as tied for fourth in the D-3 girls high jump. Her leap of 5 feet, 2 inches, tied Rachel Ohde of Chippewa Falls McDonell for fourth place. The top six in each event earn state medals and a spot on the podium.

Hannah Zastrow also competed in two other events Friday. She failed to qualify for the finals in the 100 hurdles, taking 16th and last in qualifying with a time of 17.97 seconds. Hannah, along with teammates Delaney Eichman, Kaily Northup and Johanna Ellefson qualified for the finals in the 400 relay after taking ninth in preliminaries in a time of 1:50.04. Zastrow and Ellefson will compete in the D-3 girls pole vault on Saturday.

Auburndale’s Kali Karl earned the other state medal among local athletes on Friday. She placed fifth in the D-3 girls 800 finals in 2:20.88. The race was won by Hannah Constable of Johnson Creek in 2:15.64.

Spencer’s Logan Zschernitz and Jacob Miller just missed out on state medals, finishing seventh in their respective events. Zschernitz, who will compete in the Division 3 shot put along with teammate Max Johnson on Saturday, was seventh in the discus with a throw of 144 feet, while Miller tied for seventh in the pole vault (12-6).

Another Spencer relay, the girls 800 team of Lauren Faber, Liz Endreas, Eichman and Northup, also moved on to Saturday’s finals after taking ninth in qualifying with a time of 1:50.04.

Auburndale also had a relay team move on to the finals as the Apaches’ girls 1,600 relay of Isabella Jewell, Rachel Gronemeyer, Karl and Isabelle Hilber took third in prelims with a time of 4:08.61.

Hilber and Gronemeyer just missed out on qualifying for the finals after taking 11th in their individual events. Hilber was 11th in the 200 prelims in 27.09, just 0.19 of a second behind the 10th-place finisher. Gronemeyer was 11th in the 400 preliminaries in 1:01.66, missing out on 10th by just more than one-half second.

Also placing 11th in prelims was Spencer’s Aaron Pankratz, who finished the boys 400 in 52.37 seconds, just 3/100th of a second out of 10th.

Cade Lehman, Stratford’s lone state qualifier, finished 10th in the Division 2 boys 3,200 meters in 10:08.14.

Columbus Catholic’s only state qualifier, freshman Jessica Jakopin, placed 17th in the Division 3 girls shot put with a throw of 30 feet, 7¾ inches in her first state meet appearance.

Marshfield’s lone competitor on Friday was junior Skyler Theisen, who took 19th out 24 participants in the Division 1 boys 300-meter hurdles. He ran in a time of 41.08.

Marshfield’s Meg Bryan and Gracie Holland will participate in the Division 1 girls long jump on Saturday, as will the Auburndale girls 3,200 relay team of Taylor Stanton, Vanessa Mitchell, Macie Schmeiser and Karl.

For complete state meet results, click this link to visit wiaawi.org.

For more photos from Friday’s events at the state track meet, courtesy of Don Patterson, click this link.

For photos from Saturday’s events at the state track meet, courtesy of Don Patterson, click this link.

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Local athletes eye success at 2017 WIAA State Track & Field Meet

Posted on 01 June 2017 by paul

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. She won the event with a vault of 11 feet and is back at this year’s state meet to defend her title. (Photo courtesy of Eric LeJeune/Hub City Times)

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By Paul Lecker
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The Spencer brother-sister duo of Noah Zastrow and Hannah Zastrow will be busy this weekend as they each compete in four events at the 2017 WIAA State Track & Field Championships at the University of La Crosse.

Events begin at 9:30 a.m. Friday and Saturday.

Noah Zastrow, a senior, will be participating in the Division 3 pole vault, among the first field events on Friday. Later in the day, in will run in the 110-meter and 300-meter hurdles preliminaries, and on Saturday morning he will take part in the D-3 long jump.

He is looking for his fourth medal in the pole vault after finishing third in his first two tries, and second last year as a junior.

Hannah Zastrow, a freshman, will start her first state meet experience with competition in the Division 3 girls high jump Friday morning. Also Friday, Zastrow will be in the 100-meter hurdles preliminaries and the 400 relay preliminaries, along with teammates Delaney Eichman, Kaily Northup and Johanna Ellefson.

On Saturday, Zastrow will compete in the D-3 girls pole vault, along with teammate Johanna Ellefson, the defending D-3 state champion in the event.

Spencer will also have a number of other Division 3 participants.

Sophomore Logan Zschernitz will compete in the boys discus on Friday and the boys shot put on Saturday. Teammate Max Johnson, a senior, will also be in the shot put on Saturday.

Jacob Miller will join Noah Zastrow in the pole vault competition Friday, and Aaron Pankratz will run in the 400.

The 800 girls relay team of Lauren Faber, Liz Endreas, Eichman and Northup will compete in prelims Friday morning.

Marshfield Columbus Catholic has one person in the state meet. Freshman Jessica Jakopin will take part in the D-3 girls shot put on Friday afternoon.

Auburndale also has a large group of girls at state.

Rachel Gronemeyer will be in the D-3 400 for the second year in a row, and is part of the 1,600 relay team, along with Isabella Jewell, Kali Karl and Isabelle Hilber, that will both run Friday.

Karl will be in two other events for the Apaches. She will run in the 800 finals Friday afternoon, and will join Taylor Stanton, Vanessa Mitchell and Macie Schmeiser in the 3,200 relay on Saturday morning.

Hilber is also in the 200 meters, with preliminaries Friday afternoon.

In Division 2, Stratford’s Cade Lehman is the only Tiger at the meet. He will run in the boys 3,200 meters Friday afternoon.

Marshfield has three athletes at the state meet. Junior Meg Bryan and freshman Gracie Holland will participate in the Division 1 girls long jump on Saturday morning, and junior Skyler Theisen will run in the 300 hurdles preliminaries late Friday afternoon.

2017 WIAA State Track & Field Championships
June 2-3, at University of Wisconsin-La Crosse
Local Athletes’ Events
Friday, June 2
Division 3 boys pole vault:
Noah Zastrow, Spencer, and Jacob Miller, Spencer
Division 3 girls high jump: Hannah Zastrow, Spencer
Division 3 boys discus: Logan Zschernitz, Spencer
Division 3 girls 100 hurdles preliminaries: Hannah Zastrow, Spencer
Division 3 girls 800 relay preliminaries: Spencer (Lauren Faber, Liz Endreas, Delaney Eichman, Kaily Northup)
Division 3 boys 110 hurdles preliminaries: Noah Zastrow, Spencer
Division 3 girls shot put: Jessica Jakopin, Marshfield Columbus Catholic
Division 3 girls 400 relay preliminaries: Spencer (Delaney Eichman, Kaily Northup, Hannah Zastrow, Johanna Ellefson)
Division 3 girls 400 preliminaries: Rachel Gronemeyer, Auburndale
Division 3 boys 400 preliminaries: Aaron Pankratz, Spencer
Division 3 boys 300 hurdles preliminaries: Noah Zastrow, Spencer
Division 2 boys 3,200 finals: Cade Lehman, Stratford
Division 3 girls 200 preliminaries: Isabelle Hilber, Auburndale
Division 3 girls 1,600 relay preliminaries: Auburndale (Isabella Jewell, Rachel Gronemeyer, Kali Karl, Isabelle Hilber)
Division 1 boys 300 hurdles preliminaries: Skyler Theisen, Marshfield
Division 3 girls 800 finals: Kali Karl, Auburndale
Saturday, June 3
Division 3 girls 3,200 relay:
Auburndale (Taylor Stanton, Vanessa Mitchell, Macie Schmeiser, Kali Karl)
Division 1 girls long jump: Meg Bryan, Marshfield, and Gracie Holland, Marshfield
Division 3 boys long jump: Noah Zastrow, Spencer
Division 3 girls pole vault: Hannah Zastrow, Spencer, and Johanna Ellefson, Spencer
Division 3 boys shot put: Max Johnson, Spencer, and Logan Zschernitz, Spencer

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Marshfield’s Bryan, Holland, Theisen earn state meet spots at WIAA Division 1 track sectional

Posted on 25 May 2017 by paul

Marshfield junior Meg Bryan pushes for extra distance during the long jump competition at the WIAA Division 1 Track & Field Sectionals at Stiehm Stadium at D.C. Everest Junior High on Thursday. Bryan won the event to qualify for the WIAA State Track Meet. (Photo by Paul Lecker/MarshfieldAreaSports.com)

Marshfield’s Skyler Theisen, middle, fights over the final hurdle during the 100-meter boys hurdles on Thursday at the WIAA Division 1 Track & Field Sectionals at Stiehm Stadium at D.C. Everest Junior High. Theisen finished sixth in the event, but did place third in the 300 hurdles to earn a spot at next week’s WIAA State Track Meet. (Photo by Paul Lecker/MarshfieldAreaSports.com)

Marshfield freshman Gracie Holland takes flight in the girls long jump at the WIAA Division 1 track sectional Thursday at Stiehm Stadium in Schofield. Holland finished third to qualify for next week’s state meet. (Photo by Paul Lecker/MarshfieldAreaSports.com)

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SCHOFIELD – Marshfield will have three athletes moving on to the state meet after earning top-three finishes at the WIAA Division 1 Track & Field Sectional on Thursday at Stiehm Stadium at D.C. Everest Junior High.

Marshfield junior Meg Bryan won the long jump with a leap of 17 feet, 2¾ inches, to win the sectional title. She will be joined at state in the event by teammate Gracie Holland, a freshman, who finished third with a jump of 16-8¾.

Marshfield junior Skyler Theisen also will move on to state as he placed third in the 300-meter hurdles in 40.60 seconds.

The top three in each event at the sectional qualify for the 2017 WIAA State Track & Field Championships at the University of Wisconsin-La Crosse on June 2-3.

The Tigers also had a number of close calls.

Senior Alexa Aumann, the regional champion on Monday at Wausau East, finished fourth in 2:22.41, which was just ¾ of a second behind the third place finisher.

Another regional champion, Stephanie Rhodes, finished fourth in the high jump after having a jump-off for third place with Caroline Becker of Superior. After tying at 5 feet with the same number of misses, both jumpers hit 5-1, missed at 5-2, before Becker nailed another jump at 5-1 and Rhodes missed.

Marshfield freshman Madysen Bohman was fifth in the 400 in 1:01.80, 2½ seconds out of the final state qualifying spot, and Bryan took fifth in the triple jump (34-11¼), 9½ inches short of a state trip.

“We are so pleased that Meg and Gracie are representing our school at state,” Marshfield girls track coach Dan Akin said. “We are also so disappointed for the girls who just missed out today placing fourth in their events.

“Our seniors, Alexa Aumann, Stephanie Rhodes and Maddie Nikolai, have meant so much to this program the last four years. They have done everything we’ve asked of them and been perfect examples of what we want the younger girls to want to strive to become. We are truly saddened that their seasons ended tonight.”

2017 WIAA Division 1 Track & Field Sectional
May 25, at Stiehm Stadium, D.C. Everest Junior High
Girls
Team scores:
1. Hudson 120.5; 2. Stevens Point 95; 3. D.C. Everest 67.5; 4. Wausau West 59.5; 5. Menomonie 53; 6. River Falls and Eau Claire Memorial 47; 8. Marshfield 43; 9. Wausau East 40.5; 10. Wisconsin Rapids 31; 11. Eau Claire North 28; 12. Chippewa Falls 26; 13. Superior 16; 14. New Richmond 10; 15. Shawano and Merrill 8.
Top three qualify for WIAA State Meet
Discus:
1. Natalie Mohring (DC) 133-1; 2. Daisy White (SUP) 124-4; 3. Sam Danczyk (SP) 123-0.5; 8. Nadia Ougayour (MAR) 103-0.5.
High jump: 1. Kylie Mogen (MEN) 5-1; 2. Tori DePerry (SH) 5-1; 3. Caroline Becker (SUP) 5-0; 4. Stephanie Rhodes (MAR) 5-0.
Pole vault: 1. Tia Dorshorst (WR) 11-0; 2. Samantha Krueger (RF) 11-0; 3. Olivia Bright (WW) 10-9.
Triple jump: 1. Kady Kochendorfer (HUD) 36-1.5; 2. Tyra Boettcher (MEN) 36-1.5; 3. Rachel Huffcutt (DC) 35-8.75; 5. Meg Bryan (MAR) 34-11.25.
3,200 relay: 1. D.C. Everest (Emma Jourdan, Jenna Cooper, Malorie Schmoll, Katelyn Spooner) 9:38.99; 2. Stevens Point (Maddie Hyland, Mya Zajakowski, Grace Belson, Jaden Jones) 9:39.59; 3. Hudson (Rachel Ball, Emmy Farago, Emma Filipiak, Julia Bennett) 9:43.48.
100 hurdles: 1. Bailee Diercks (HUD) 15.17; 2. Enne’ Burton (WE) 15.70; 3. Renee Hinchcliffe (SP) 15.82.
100: 1. Kochendorfer (HUD) 12.89; 2. Lexi LeFever (HUD) 12.90; 3. Emily Banitt (RF) 13.09.
800 relay: 1. Hudson (Anna Wilgren, Dierks, Kochendorfer, LeFever) 1:42.98; 2. Wisconsin Rapids (Elizabeth Keena, Kristin Hansen, Katelyn Moyer, Grace Hartman) 1:43.10; 3. Stevens Point (Lauren Woyak, Halle Gregorich, Alexandria Weiss, Taylor Konczal) 1:45.74; 8. Marshfield (Maddie Nikolai, Gracie Holland, Kaydee Johnson, Meg Bryan) DQ.
400: 1. Brooke Jaworski (WW) 53.80; 2. Hannah Sankey (SP) 59.11; 3. Mallorie Brinkman (NR) 59.37; 5. Madysen Bohman (MAR) 1:01.80.
400 relay: 1. Menomonie (Nautica Vaughn, Elle Hemauer, Hannah Peterson, Madison Davis) 50.13; 2. Hudson (Shay Wassman, Kochendorfer, WIlgren, Lucy Fashingbauer) 50.28; 3. Wausau West (Karissa Kroll, Anna Liedtke, Kaitlin Rubow, Bright) 50.83.
300 hurdles: 1. Dierks (HUD) 45.12; 2. Burton (WE) 46.06; 3. Hailey Koehler (WE) 47.25.
800: 1. Hyland (SP) 2:21.40; 2. Anna Czupryna (HUD) 2:21.46; 3. Zajakowski (SP) 2:21.66; 4. Alexa Aumann (MAR) 2:22.41.
200: 1. Jaworski (WW) 24.67; 2. Hartman (WR) 24.82; 3. LeFever (HUD) 25.84.
3,200: 1. Rachel Ball (HUD) 11:15.12; 2. Emily Schmitt (ECN) 11:15.86; 3. Hannah Roeske (ECM) 11:16.55; 7. Sophia Schrodi (MAR) 12:27.60.
1,600 relay: 1. Wausau West (Isabella D’Burke, Shelby Samz, Caitlin Deaton, Jaworski) 3:57.71; 2. River Falls (Banitt, Sarah Langlois, Tessa Rayne, Alaina Syverson) 4:02.15; 3. Stevens Point (Hannah Sankey, Konczal, Zajakowski, Gregorich) 4:02.33; 6. Marshfield (Aumann, Nikolai, Bohman, Johnson) 4:11.67.
Long jump: 1. Bryan (MAR) 17-2.75; 2. Huffcutt (DC) 17-1; 3. Holland (MAR) 16-8.75.
Shot put: 1. Danczyk (SP) 42-11; 2. Regan Appleby (ECM) 39-0; 3. Mohring (DC) 37-1.25; 7. Molly Meyers (MAR) 34-7.5.
1,600: 1. Roeske (ECM) 5:10.85; 2. Lauren Ichel (HUD) 5:18.75; 3. Emmy Farago (HUD) 5:19.05.
100 wheelchair: 1. Ally Lehaman (CF) 33.82.
400 wheelchair: 1. Lehaman (CF) 2:12.02.
800 wheelchair: 1. Lehaman (CF) 4:40.87.
Shot put wheelchair: 1. Lehaman (CF) 8-9.5.
Boys
Team scores:
1. Stevens Point 102; 2. D.C. Everest 84; 3. Eau Claire Memorial 76; 4. Wisconsin Rapids 54; 5. Wausau West 48.5; 6. Eau Claire North 47; 7. River Falls 45; 8. Chippewa Falls 44; 9. New Richmond 39; 10. Wausau East 35; 11. Hudson 34; 12. Menomonie 26; 13. Shawano 18; 14. Marshfield 17; 15. Merrill 10.5; 16. Superior 10.
Top three qualify for WIAA State Meet
High jump:
1. Tyrell Hesse (SH) 6-4; 2. Robert Stevens (WR) 6-2; 3. Mike Ayensu-Mensah (CF) 6-1.
Long jump: 1. Isaiah Westfall (WR) 22-6.5; 2. Drake Schneider (ECM) 21-9; 3. Brian Wheeler (MEN) 21-4.75.
Shot put: 1. Zach Mueller (DC) 54-6.25; 2. Jamir Johnson (ECN) 50-7; 3. Jeremy Danielson (ECN) 49-9; 8. Quinton Alexander (MAR) 44-7.
110 hurdles: 1. Schneider (ECM) 15.15; 2. Brandon Powers (NR) 15.46; 3. Charles Handrick (WW) 15.56; 6. Skyler Theisen (MAR) 16.02.
100: 1. Jovan Parks (WE) 11.02; 2. Matthew Wittenberg (WW) 11.29; 3. Wheeler (MEN) 11.35.
1,600: 1. Axel Treinen (WE) 4:25.78; 2. David Ecker (ECN) 4:26.99; 3. Erik Sworski (CF) 4:28.80.
800 relay: 1. Stevens Point (Jacob Beilke, Colton Kizewski, Nolan Metz, Peter Brilowski) 1:28.29; 2. Chippewa Falls (Eric Swenson, Evan Spaeth, Codie Meinen, Jared Myers) 1:31.14; 3. Hudson (Thomas Newell, Mitchell Hockbein, Chase McArthur, Paul Sparstad) 1:31.19; 5. Marshfield (Adam Elhendy-Gunnarsson, Isaiah King, Caden Pearce, Blaine Neinast) 1:32.24.
400: 1. Evan Torgerson (DC) 50.13; 2. Dylan Wachter (NR) 50.73; 3. Nathaniel Anderson (ECM) 50.93.
400 relay: 1. D.C. Everest (Kevin Sandoval, Alex Pagel, Tom Severson, Kaleb Schuster) 42.85; 2. Stevens Point (Hamerski, Kizewski, Beilke, Brilowski) 43.05; 3. Wausau West (Cal Henkens, Justin Rager, Sully Phillips, Wittenberg) 43.38; 8. Marshfield (Alexander, King, Neinast, Elhendy-Gunnarsson) DQ.
300 hurdles: 1. Schneider (ECM) 39.41; 2. Handrick (WW) 39.48; 3. Theisen (MAR) 40.60.
800: 1. Sworski (CF) 2:05.91; 2. Wachter (NR) 2:05.96; 3. Trevor Zunker (DC) 2:06.19.
200: 1. Parks (WE) 22.28; 2. Samuel Fritz (RF) 22.59; 3. Metz (SP) 22.92.
1,600 relay: 1. Stevens Point (Kizewski, Brocken, Beilke, Metz) 3:22.45; 2. D.C. Everest (Sandoval, Stashek, Nichols, Torgerson) 3:22.67; 3. Eau Claire North (Arik Skifstad, Braden Pick, Austin Werdin, Jason Voelker) 3:24.62; 8. Marshfield (Brant Bohman, Pearce, Jackson Ott, Sam Hinson) 3:38.51.
Discus: 1. Mueller (DC) 174-9.5; 2. Adam Tracy (ECM) 154-6; 3. Nate McNamara (SP) 153-7.5.
Pole vault: 1. Connor Pliska (SP) 14-0; 2. Kaden Kreutzer (WR) 13-9; 3. Schuster (DC) 13-6.
Triple jump: 1. Westfall (WR) 45-5.5; 2. Evan Spaeth (CF) 43-11.75; 3. Stevens (WR) 43-11.5.
3,200 relay: 1. D.C. Everest (Devin Stowell, Zunker, T.J. Knutson, Zach Ostrowski) 8:08.61; 2. Stevens Point (Tyler Bernstein, Max Sobczak, Monty Flatoff, Matt Altmann) 8:11.59; 3. River Falls (Will Bohnert, Jared Syverson, Niko Zoller, Payton Flood) 8:12.07; 7. Marshfield (Addison Hill, Paul Fischer, Nathaniel Phillips, Alex Wehrman) 8:32.58.
3,200: 1. John Hyland (SP) 9:50.26; 2. Zak Sather (ECM) 9:50.39; 3. Franz (SP) 9:54.78.
100 wheelchair: 1. Ty Wiberg (CF) 19.85; 2. Matt Hass (WW) 24.17.
400 wheelchair: 1. Wiberg (CF) 1:08.11; 2. Hass (WW) 1:35.48.
800 wheelchair: 1. Hass (WW) 3:22.02.
1,600 wheelchair: 1. Wiberg (CF) 5:02.34.
Shot put wheelchair: 1. Wiberg (CF) 21-1; 2. Hass (WW) 12-2.

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Marshfield has 19 sectional qualifiers at WIAA Division 1 Wausau East track regional

Posted on 23 May 2017 by paul

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WAUSAU – Marshfield seniors Stephanie Rhodes and Alexa Aumann each won events as both the Tigers’ boys and girls teams had strong performances at the WIAA Division 1 Track & Field Regional on Monday at Wausau East High School.

In all the Tigers will be sending 10 athletes in 13 individual events and six relay teams to the Division 1 sectional on Thursday at D.C. Everest.

The top four at the regional qualified for Thursday’s sectional. The top three finishers in each event at the sectional move on to the 2017 WIAA State Track & Field Championships at the University of Wisconsin-La Crosse on June 2-3.

Rhodes won the high jump with a leap of 5 feet, 2 inches, and Aumann took first in the 800 meters, finishing in time of 2:25.07.

Aumann, Maddie Nikolai, Madysen Bohman and Kaydee Johnson teamed to place second in the 1,600 relay in 4:13.04, while Nikolai, Gracie Holland, Johnson and Meg Bryan took third in the 800 relay in 1:48.72.

Bryan will also move on to sectionals in three individual events. She was second in the long jump (17-¼), third in the triple jump (34-5½), and fourth in the 200 meters (27.90 seconds).

Also qualifying for Marshfield were five fourth-place finishers – Nadia Ougayour in the discus (105-5), Bohman in the 400 (1:03.55), Sophia Schrodi in the 3,200 (12:40.03), Holland in the long jump (16-8¼), and Molly Meyers in the shot put (34-5¼).

The Marshfield boys had seven sectional qualifiers.

Skyler Theisen placed second in both the 110 hurdles (15.84) and the 300 hurdles (41.29), and Quinton Alexander was third in the shot put (46-¼) for the Tigers.

All four Marshfield boys relays teams finished in the top four to move on to sectionals as well.

The 3,200 relay team of Addison Hill, Paul Fischer, Nathaniel Phillips and Alex Wehrman was third in 8:36.18.

The other three relays finished fourth – Adam Elhendy-Gunnarsson, Isaiah King, Caden Pearce and Blaine Nienast in the 800 (1:33.26), Alexander, King, Nienast and Elhendy-Gunnarsson in the 400 (45.62), and Brandt Bohman, Pearce, Jackson Ott and Sam Hinson in the 1,600 (3:41.13).

Stevens Point swept the regional team championships.

2017 WIAA Division 1 Track & Field Regional
May 22, at Wausau East High School
Girls
Team scores:
1. Stevens Point 150; 2. D.C. Everest 122.5; 3. Marshfield 104; 4. Wausau West 103; 5. Wausau East 80; 6. Wisconsin Rapids 77; 7. Merrill 22; 8. Shawano 19.5; 9. Rhinelander 16.
Top 4 qualify for sectional May 25 at D.C. Everest
Discus:
1. Natalie Mohring (DC) 129-11; 2. Sam Danczyk (SP) 115-4; 3. Maisie Gelhar (DC) 109-11; 4. Nadia Ougayour (MAR) 105-5; 6. Jamila Ougayour (MAR) 101-11.
High jump: 1. Stephanie Rhodes (MAR) 5-2; 2. Tori DePerry (SH) 5-0; 3. Gabrialla Johnson (SP) 4-11; 4. Jillian Staven (WR) 4-10; 6. Shantel Nienast (MAR) 4-8.
Pole vault: 1. Tia Dorshorst (WR) 11-6; 2. Olivia Bright (WW) 10-6; 3. Morganne Shorey (DC) 10-3; 4. Maya Veenstra (DC) 9-9; 9. Gracie Holland (MAR) 8-6.
Triple jump: 1. Rachel Huffcutt (DC) 35-0; 2. Johnson (SP) 34-6.25; 3. Meg Bryan (MAR) 34-5.5; 4. Hayden Knoll (WW) 33-10.5.
3,200 relay: 1. Stevens Point (Maddie Hyland, Mya Zajakowski, Grace Belson, Jaden Jones) 10:19.03; 2. Wausau East (Mariah Haight, Libby McDonald, Ellie Geiger, Eliza Morgan) 10:19.58; 3. D.C. Everest (Emma Jourdan, Jenna Cooper, Malorie Schmoll, Katelyn Spooner) 10:20.86; 4. Wausau West (Isabella D’Burke, Shelby Samz, Caitlin Deaton, Lilly Teske) 10:53.91; 6. Marshfield (Sophia Schrodi, Sadie DeGrand, Abby Voss, Charlotte Schrodi) 11:46.35.
100 hurdles: 1. Enne’ Burton (WE) 15.60; 2. Hailey Koehler (WE) 16.13; 3. Renee Hinchcliffe (SP) 16.33; 4. Alyssa Fritsche (WW) 17.00.
100: 1. Autumn Schenzel (MER) and Bright (WW) 13.14; 3. Sarah Heinrich (WE) 13.21; 4. Jillian Keup (SP) 13.27; 5. Carly Brickley (MAR) 13.59.
800 relay: 1. Wisconsin Rapids (Elizabeth Keena, Kristin Hansen, Katelyn Moyer, Grace Hartman) 1:45.36; 2. Stevens Point (Lauren Woyak, Halle Gregorich, Alexandria Weiss, Taylor Konczal) 1:47.41; 3. Marshfield (Maddie Nikolai, Holland, Kaydee Johnson, Bryan) 1:48.72; 4. D.C. Everest (Danielle Brzezinski, Sydney Olund, Bryce Cebula, Jenna Rombalski) 1:49.04.
400: 1. Brooke Jaworski (WW) 55.19; 2. Sankey (SP) 59.98; 3. Dalie Thomas (MER) 1:02.81; 4. Madysen Bohman (MAR) 1:03.55.
400 relay: 1. Wisconsin Rapids (Kyleigh Hanzlik, Moyer, Keena, Hartman) 49.99; 2. Stevens Point (Woyak, Gregorich, Weiss, Kaitlyn Brundidge) 51.46; 3. Wausau West (Karissa Kroll, anna Liedtke, Kaitlin Rubow, Bright) 51.75; 4. D.C. Everest (Cebula, Olund, Brzezinski, Rombalski) 51.91; 6. Marshfield (Brickley, Brooke McGrath, Rhodes, Mariah Goeppinger) 54.37.
300 hurdles: 1. Burton (WE) 47.56; 2. Koehler (WE) 48.16; 3. Hinchcliffe (SP) 48.41; 4. Willow Sering (WR) 49.22; 8. DeGrand (MAR) 52.38; 12. Lindsey Steffen (MAR) 56.22.
800: 1. Alexa Aumann (MAR) 2:25.07; 2. Hyland (SP) 2:28.68; 3. Zajakowski (SP) 2:29.13; 4. Jenna Cooper (DC) 2:30.53; 7. Lilly O’Brien (MAR) 2:37.87.
200: 1. Jaworski (WW) 24.69; 2. Hartman (WR) 25.42; 3. Allysa Martin (SP) 27.65; 4. Bryan (MAR) 27.90; 6. Johnson (MAR) 28.23.
3,200: 1. Haight (WE) 11:55.89; 2. Mackenzie Malone (WW) 12:27.50; 3. Emma Jourdan (DC) 12:35.03; 4. S. Schrodi (MAR) 12:40.03.
1,600 relay: 1. Stevens Point (Sankey, Konczal, Zajakowski, Gregorich) 4:09.63; 2. Marshfield (Aumann, Maddie Nikolai, Bohman, Johnson) 4:13.04; 3. Wausau West (Isabelle D’Burke, Shelby Samz, Deaton, Jaworski) 4:14.16; 4. Wausau East (Burton, Libby McDonald, Quinn Lodholz, Koehler) 4:14.67.
Long jump: 1. Johnson (SP) 17-1; 2. Bryan (MAR) 17-0.25; 3. Rachel Huffcutt (DC) 16-8.5; 4. Holland (MAR) 16-8.25; 8. McGrath (MAR) 15-7.
Shot put: 1. Danczyk (SP) 40-0; 2. Mohring (DC) 36-3.75; 3. Maddy Schires (WW) 35-1.75; 4. Molly Meyers (MAR) 34-5.25; 6. N. Ougayour (MAR) 31-11.25.
1,600: 1. Spooner (DC) 5:47.34; 2. Schmoll (DC) 5:47.90; 3. Grace Belson (SP) 5:48.20; 4. Carly Olsen (SP) 5:48.22.
Boys
Team scores:
1. Stevens Point 176.5; 2. D.C. Everest 114.5; 3. Wausau West 104; 4. Wisconsin Rapids 91; 5. Marshfield 66; 6. Wausau East 58; 7. Shawano 45; 8. Merrill 40; 9. Rhinelander 3.
Top 4 qualify for sectional May 25 at D.C. Everest
High jump:
1. Tyrell Hesse (SH) 6-2; 2. Robert Stevens (WR) 6-2; 3. Eli Wachowiak (SP) 6-1; 4. Atty Wagner (SH) 6-0.
Long jump: 1. Trent Hamerski (SP) 21-10.5; 2. Isaiah Westfall (WR) 21-8; 3. Adam Laehn (MER) 21-5.5; 4. Justin Rager (WW) 21-0.75; 5. Adam Elhendy-Gunnarsson (MAR) 20-7.25.
Shot put: 1. Zach Mueller (DC) 56-7.25; 2. Gage Haack (SP) 48-8-5. 3. Quinton Alexander (MAR) 46-0.25; 4. Pedro Sanchez (WW) 46-0.25.
110 hurdles: 1. Charles Handrick (WW) 15.51; 2. Skyler Theisen (MAR) 15.84; 3. Conner Scheibe (DC) 15.98; 4. Tom Hatton (SP) 16.04; 6. Eric Kubash (MAR) 16.15.
100: 1. Jovan Parks (WE) 10.98; 2. Matthew Wittenberg (WW) 11.06; 3. Nash Coombs (WR) 11.37; 4. Cal Henkens (WW) 11.39; 9. Isaiah King (MAR) 11.94.
1,600: 1. Axel Treinen (WE) 4:37.36; 2. Blake Milkowski (SP) 4:45.90; 3. Zach Ostrowski (DC) 4:46.83; 4. Tyler Bernstein (SP) 4:48.52; 5. Jordan Dzikowich (MAR) 4:50.66; 8. Jacob Dick (MAR) 5:07.89; 10. Sam Huettl (MAR) 5:10.45.
800 relay: 1. Stevens Point (Jacob Beilke, Colton Kizewski, Nolan Metz, Peter Brilowski) 1:28.76; 2. Wausau West (Logan Ickert, Justin Rager, Sully Phillips, Wittenberg) 1:29.20; 3. D.C. Everest (Kevin Sandoval, Alex Pagel, Matt Nichols, Ethan Stashek) 1:32.32; 4. Marshfield (Elhendy-Gunnarsson, King, Caden Pearce, Blaine Nienast) 1:33.26.
400: 1. Evan Torgerson (DC) 51.37; 2. Evan Brocken (SP) 52.64; 3. Lucas Pecha (DC) 53.03; 4. Isaiah Heyel (MER) 53.42; 9. Brant Bohman (MAR) 55.84; 11. Jackson Ott (MAR) 56.01.
400 relay: 1. Stevens Point (Hamerski, Kizewski, Beilke, Briolowski) 43.40; 2. D.C. Everest (Sandoval, Pagel, Tom Severson, Kaleb Schuster) 43.46; 3. Wausau West (Henkens, Rager, Phillips, Wittenberg) 43.57; 4. Marshfield (Alexander, King, Nienast, Elhendy-Gunnarsson) 45.62.
300 hurdles: 1. Handrick (WW) 40.19; 2. Theisen (MAR) 41.29; 3. Liam O’Neil (SP) 41.73; 4. Kelby Aschenbrenner (WR) 43.06; 8. Kubash (MAR) 45.02; 11. Kyle Tremelling (MAR) 46.86.
800: 1. Trevor Zunker (DC) 2:04.96; 2. T.J. Knutson (DC) 2:05.23; 3. Mark Stoskpf (SP) 2:05.26; 4. Matt Altmann (SP) 2:05.51; 7. Addison Hill (MAR) 2:09.74; 11. Nathaniel Phillips (MAR) 2:13.52; 12. Paul Fischer (MAR) 2:13.94.
200: 1. Parks (WE) 22.42; 2. Nolan Metz (SP) 22.94; 3. Coombs (WR) 23.15; 4. Brilowski (SP) 23.31.
1,600 relay: 1. Stevens Point (Kizewski, Brocken, Beilke, Metz) 3:25.20; 2. D.C. Everest (Sandoval, Stashek, Nichols, Torgerson) 3;26.99; 3. Wausau West (Rager, Phillips, Ickert, Handrick) 3:30.12; 4. Marshfield (Bohman, Pearce, Ott, Sam Hinson) 3:41.13.
Discus: 1. Mueller (DC) 163-10; 2. Nate McNamara (SP) 146-7; 3. Jonathan Gruetzmacher (MER) 140-7; 4. Mike Iverson (WR) 138-7; 7. Jon Wittman (MAR) 130-9; 9. Alexander (MAR) 122-5.
Pole vault: 1. Kaleb Schuster (DC) 14-6; 2. Payden Buck (SH) 13-6; 3. Kaden Kreutzer (WR) 13-0; 4. Connor Pliska (SP) 13-0; 5. Adam Maki (MAR) 12-6; 10. Dawson Tysver (MAR) 11-6.
Triple jump: 1. Westfall (WR) 44-1.5; 2. Stevens (WR) 43-4.5; 3. Jared Ollhoff (MER) 42-8; 4. Aaron Rose (SP) 41-8.
3,200 relay: 1. Stevens Point (Tyler Bernstein, Max Sobczak, Monty Flatoff, Altmann) 8:30.15; 2. D.C. Everest (Devin Stowell, Zunker, Knutson, Zach Ostrowski) 8:33.50; 3. Marshfield (Hill, Fischer, Phillips, Alex Wehrman) 8:36.18; 4. Wausau West (Brad Herold, Barni Shiferaw, Drew Schoch, Mark Raasch) 8:38.85.
3,200: 1. Treinen (WE) 10:07.51; 2. Franz (SP) 10:08.81; 3. Hyland (SP) 10:16.70; 4. Ryan Hartman (WW) 10:19.27; 7. Carter Chojnacki (MAR) 10:41.98; 11. Jared Oemig (MAR) 10:52.07.
100 wheelchair: 1. Matt Hass (WW) 24.09.
400 wheelchair: 1. Hass (WW) 1:46.18.
800 wheelchair: 1. Hass (WW) 3:55.68.
Shot put wheelchair: 1. Hass (WW) 12-11.5.

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Marshfield has two individual champions, six other top-three finishes at Wisconsin Valley Conference Track Meet

Posted on 16 May 2017 by paul

The Marshfield girls 1,600-meter relay team of Madysen Bohman, from left, Alexa Aumann, Kaydee Johnson and Maddie Nikolai placed third at the Wisconsin Valley Conference Track & Field Meet on Tuesday at Stevens Point. (Submitted photo)

Four Marshfield girls earned top-three individual finishes at the Wisconsin Valley Conference Track & Field Meet on Tuesday at Stevens Point. Alexa Aumann, from left, Meg Bryan, Gracie Holland and Stephanie Rhodes grabbed a total of five individual first, second and third-place finishes at the meet. (Submitted photo)

The Marshfield girls 800-meter relay team of Meg Bryan, from left, Maddie Nikolai, Kaydee Johnson and Gracie Holland finished third at the Wisconsin Valley Conference Track & Field Meet on Tuesday at Stevens Point. (Submitted photo)

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STEVENS POINT – Stevens Point continued its dominance by repeating as team champions at the 2017 Wisconsin Valley Conference Track & Field Meet on Tuesday at Goerke Field.

The Stevens Point boys won its sixth-straight WVC title and was the outdoor conference meet champion for the 15th time in the past 17 years. The Point girls took first for the third year in a row and has won 10 Valley outdoor championships since 2002.

The Marshfield girls finished fourth and the boys were fifth in the team standings.

The Marshfield girls had a pair of conference champions and seven top-three finishes.

Senior Stephanie Rhodes won the high jump with a leap of 5 feet, 2 inches, and junior Meg Bryan won the triple jump with a jump of 36-1¼ for the Tigers.

Bryan was also second in the long jump, finishing as the conference runner-up for the second year in a row, with a jump of 17-1½.

Alexa Aumann was second in the 800 meters in 2:26.61, Gracie Holland finished third in the pole vault (9 feet, 6 inches), and the 800 relay team of Maddie Nikolai, Kaydee Johnson, Holland and Bryan (1:49.27) and the 1,600 relay team of Aumann, Madysen Bohman, Johnson and Nikolai (4:11.83) both finished third for Marshfield.

Wausau West’s Brooke Jaworski won four titles – the long jump and 100, 200 and 400-meter dashes.

The Marshfield boys had six top-three finishes, two from junior Quinton Alexander, who was fourth in both the discus (135 feet, 1 inch) and the shot put (45-5).

Junior Adam Elhendy-Gunnarsson had the Tigers’ boys top finish, taking third in the long jump with a leap of 21 feet.

Also finishing fourth for the Tigers were Skyler Theisen in the 300-meter hurdles (41.59), the 800 relay team of Caden Pearce, Blaine Nienast, Isaiah King and Elhendy-Gunnarsson (1:33.06), and the 1,600 relay team of Theisen, Brant Bohman, Pearce and Elhendy-Gunnarsson (3:38.43). Theisen was also fifth in the 110 hurdles in 15.95 seconds.

2017 Wisconsin Valley Conference Track & Field Meet
May 16, at Goerke Field, Stevens Point
Boys
Team scores:
1. Stevens Point 198; 2. Wausau West 134; 3. D.C. Everest 110; 4. Wisconsin Rapids 109; 5. Marshfield 62; 6. Wausau East 55; 7. Merrill 26.
Winners and Marshfield finishers
3,200 relay:
1. Stevens Point (Mason Meixner, Mark Stoskopf, Blake Milkowski, Ryan Hinchcliffe) 8:24.62; 5. Marshfield (Addison Hill, Nathaniel Phillips, Alex Wehrman, Paul Fischer) 8:44.90.
110 hurdles: 1. Charles Handrick (WW) 15.34; 5. Skyler Theisen (MAR) 15.95; 7. Eric Kubash (MAR) 16.23; 13. Jarreth Schaefer (MAR) 18.45.
100: 1. Jovan Parks (WE) 10.91; 9. Isaiah King (MAR) 11.75.
1,600: 1. Axel Treinen (WE) 4:34.66; 8. Jordan Dzikowich (MAR) 4:51.34; 12. Jacob Dick (MAR) 5:02.54; 13. Sam Huettl (MAR) 5:09.86.
800 relay: 1. D.C. Everest (Kevin Sandoval, Alex Pagel, Thomas Severson, Ethan Stashek) 1:31.38; 4. Marshfield (Caden Pearce, Blaine Nienast, King, Adam Elhendy-Gunnarsson) 1:33.06.
400: 1. Nolan Metz (SP) 50.20; 8. Brant Bohman (MAR) 54.81; 9. Jackson Ott (MAR) 55.57.
400 relay: 1. Stevens Point (Trent Hamerski, Colton Kizewski, Jacob Beilke, Alex Karpinski) 43.12; 5. Marshfield (Quinton Alexander, Elhendy-Gunnarsson, King, Nienast) 46.24.
300 hurdles: 1. Handrick (WW) 39.41; 4. Theisen (MAR) 41.59; 9. Kubash (MAR) 44.09; 12. Kyle Tremelling (MAR) 47.33.
800: 1. Matthew Altmann (SP) 2:02.07; 6. Hill (MAR) 2:06.27; 7. Phillips (MAR) 2:08.58; 10. Fischer (MAR) 2:10.73.
200: 1. Parks (WE) 22.09; 9. Pearce (MAR) 23.35.
3,200: 1. Treinen (WE) 9:58.73; 9. Carter Chojnacki (MAR) 11:00.87; 10. Dzikowich (MAR) 11:01.64; 11. Jared Oemig (MAR) 11:06.44.
1,600 relay: 1. Stevens Point (Gabe Rodriguez, Evan Brocken, Liam O’Neil, Metz) 3:28.89; 4. Marshfield (Theisen, Bohman, Pearce, Elhendy-Gunnarsson) 3:38.43.
High jump: 1. Robert Stevens (WR) 6-2.
Pole vault: 1. Kaleb Schuster (DC) 14-0; 6. Adam Maki (MAR) 12-6; 7. Dawson Tysver (MAR) 12-0.
Long jump: 1. Isaiah Westfall (WR) 22-4; 3. Elhendy-Gunnarsson (MAR) 21-10.
Triple jump: 1. Westfall (WR) 44-5.5.
Discus: 1. Zach Mueller (DC) 166-2; 4. Quinton Alexander (MAR) 135-1; 6. Jon Wittman (MAR) 132-11.
Shot put: 1. Mueller (DC) 52-2.5; 4. Alexander (MAR) 45-5; 7. Wittman (MAR) 44-1.
Girls
Team scores:
1. Stevens Point 181.5; 2. D.C. Everest 133; 3. Wausau West 118; 4. Marshfield 95.5; 5. Wausau East 62; 6. Wisconsin Rapids 49; 7. Merrill 17.
Winners and Marshfield finishers
3,200 relay:
1. Stevens Point (Carissa Czerneski, Jayden Jones, Kamryn Meixner, Madeline Hyland) 10:00.51; 6. Marshfield (Lilly O’Brien, Abby Voss, Sophia Schrodi, Sadie DeGrand) 11:15.07.
100 hurdles: 1. Renee Hinchcliffe (SP) 15.77; 13. Isabelle Denowski (MAR) 19.17; 14. Maddie Nikolai (MAR) 20.12.
100: 1. Brooke Jaworski (WW) 12.15; 8. Gracie Holland (MAR) 13.20; 9. Carly Brickley (MAR) 13.33.
1,600: 1. Mya Zajakowski (SP) 5:23.79; 4. Alexa Aumann (MAR) 5:38.54.
800 relay: 1. Wisconsin Rapids (Elizabeth Keena, Kristin Hansen, Katelyn Moyer, Grace Hartman) 1:46.73; 3. Marshfield (Maddie Nikolai, Kaydee Johnson, Holland, Meg Bryan) 1:49.27.
400: 1. Jaworski (WW) 55.20; 4. Madysen Bohman (MAR) 1:02.43.
400 relay: 1. Wisconsin Rapids (Kyleigh Hanzlik, Moyer, Keena, Hartman) 50.18; 5. Marshfield (Brooke McGrath, Brickley, Stephanie Rhodes, Mariah Goeppinger) 53.40.
300 hurdles: 1. Enne’Burton (WE) 46.95; 9. DeGrand (MAR) 53.94; 11. Voss (MAR) 56.39.
800: 1. Zajakowski (SP) 2:25.85; 2. Aumann (MAR) 2:26.61; 8. O’Brien (MAR) 2:37.29.
200: 1. Jaworski (WW) 24.43; 6. Johnson (MAR) 27.63.
3,200: 1. Mariah Haight (WE) 11:52.51; 5. Schrodi (MAR) 12:46.92.
1,600 relay: 1. Stevens Point (Hannah Sankey, Jaycie Korth, Zajakowski, Taylor Konczal) 4:11.00; 3. Marshfield (Aumann, Bohman, Johnson, Nikolai) 4:11.83.
High jump: 1. Rhodes (MAR) 5-2; 7. Shantel Nienast (MAR) 4-8.
Pole vault: 1. Olivia Bright (WW) 10-6; 3. Holland (MAR) 9-6; 9. O’Brien (MAR) 8-0; 11. Bohman (MAR) 7-6.
Long jump: 1. Jaworski (WW) 17-9; 2. Bryan (MAR) 17-1.5; 6. Holland (MAR) 16-1; 9. McGrath (MAR) 15-4.
Triple jump: 1. Bryan (MAR) 36-1.25; 8. Nienast (MAR) 31-6.5.
Discus: 1. Natalie Mohring (DC) 132-0; 5. Nadia Ougayour (MAR) 102-4; 7. Jamilia Ougayour (MAR) 96-6; 8. Katie Osinski (MAR) 95-5.
Shot put: 1. Sam Danczyk (SP) 39-2; 4. Molly Meyers (MAR) 34-4.5; 6. N. Ougayour (MAR) 31-9.5; 8. Osinski (MAR) 30-8.

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Marshfield track teams sweep titles at Wisconsin Dells

Posted on 13 May 2017 by paul

The Marshfield girls track team won the team title at the Heather Johnson Invitational on Friday at Wisconsin Dells High School. (Submitted photo)

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WISCONSIN DELLS – The Marshfield track teams combined for five victories and 11 runner-up finishes as they went on to sweep the boys and girls titles at the Heather Johnson Invitational on Friday at Wisconsin Dells High School.

The meet was Marshfield’s regular-season finale as the Tigers will compete in the Wisconsin Valley Conference Meet at Goerke Field in Stevens Point on Tuesday.

The Marshfield girls finished with 119.5 points, outpacing host Wisconsin Dells by 22.5 points. The Marshfield boys won the team title by 12.5 points over second-place Medford.

The Marshfield girls had two victories. Freshman Gracie Holland won the pole vault with a vault of 9 feet, and also teamed with Kaydee Johnson, Maddie Nikolai and Mariah Goeppinger to win the 800-meter relay in 1:49.58.

Meg Bryan finished second in the triple jump (34 feet, 6 inches), Jamila Ougayour was second in the discus (104-2), Stephanie Rhodes was the runner-up in the high jump (5-2), and Alexa Aumann added a pair of second-places finishes in the 800 (2:24.44) and the 1,600 (5:33.64) for the Tigers.

On the boys side, Adam Maki won the pole vault (11-6), Quinton Alexander was first in the shot put (46-10), and Jon Wittman won the discus (139-7) for Marshfield.

Skyler Theisen was second in both the 110 hurdles (16.15 seconds) and the 300 hurdles (41.95), Wittman took second in the shot put (44-0), Alexander was second in the discus (138-3), and Dawson Tysver finished second in the pole vault (11-6) for Marshfield. Also placing second for the Tigers were the 400 relay team of Alexander, Blaine Nienast, Caden Pearce, and Isaiah King (45.45) and the 800 relay team of Pearce, King, Nienast, and Austin Mientke (1:34.63).

2017 Heather Johnson Track & Field Invitational
May 12, at Wisconsin Dells High School
Girls
Team scores:
1. Marshfield 119.5; 2. Wisconsin Dells 97; 3. DeForest 88; 4. Medford 87; 5. Mauston 79; 6. Adams-Friendship 47; 7. Marshall 46; 8. Sauk Prairie 41; 9. Portage 39; 10. Ripon 32; 11. Reedsburg 15.5; 12. Wayland Academy 7.
Winners and Marshfield finishers
100:
1. Brooklyn Schyvinck (REED) 12.72; 4. Gracie Holland (MAR) 13.44; 6. Carly Brickley (MAR) 13.63.
200: 1. Brooke Livingston (AF) 26.83; 4. Kaydee Johnson (MAR) 28.07.
400: 1. Lauren Meyer (MED) 1:00.35.
800: 1. Kaylee Sadeghpour-Hess (DF) 2:23.94; 2. Alexa Aumann (MAR) 2:24.44.
1,600: 1. Katie Phillips (MED) 5:29.77; 2. Aumann (MAR) 5:33.64.
3,200: 1. Laura Beghin (WD) 11:38.31; 3. Sophia Schrodi (MAR) 12:27.37.
100 hurdles: 1. Livingston (AF) 16.17; 6. Maddie Nikolai (MAR) 18.68.
300 hurdles: 1. Livingston (AF) 47.36; 8. Sadie DeGrand (MAR) 55.85; 10. Abby Voss (MAR) 56.11; 12. Shantel Nienast (MAR) 58.15.
400 relay: 1. Medford (Ashley Hoffman, Megan Graff, Lainey Brunner, Markki Farmer) 52.32; 7. Marshfield (Brickley, Brooke McGrath, Stephanie Rhodes, Mariah Goeppinger) 54.94.
800 relay: 1. Marshfield (Holland, Johnson, Nikolai, Goeppinger) 1:49.58.
1,600 relay: 1. Medford (Meyer, Brunner, Phillips, Sami Stolp) 4:16.78; 4. Marshfield (Madysen Bohman, Goeppinger, Nikolai, Meg Bryan) 4:19.72.
3,200 relay: 1. Medford (Franny Seidel, Meyer, Phillips, Paige Brandner) 9:54.21; 7. Marshfield (S. Schrodi, Lottie Schrodi, DeGrand, Voss) 11:49.00.
High jump: 1. Sophee Mink (DF) 5-4; 2. Rhodes (MAR) 5-2; 9. (tie) Nienast (MAR) 4-6.
Pole vault: 1. Holland (MAR) 9-0; 7. Bohman (MAR) 7-0.
Long jump: 1. Jenna Mace (WD) 17-0.25; 3. Holland (MAR) 15-6; 12. McGrath (MAR) 13-8.5.
Triple jump: 1. Kelsey Georgeson (MAUS) 34-8.5; 2. Bryan (MAR) 34-6; 6. Nikolai (MAR) 32-4.5; 8. Johnson (MAR) 31-6.25.
Shot put: 1. Desirae Weissmiller (MED) 36-1; 3. Nadia Ougayour (MAR) 33-10.25; 4. Molly Meyers (MAR) 33-7.75; 13. Katie Osinski (MAR) 30-4.
Discus: 1. Melissa Leet (POR) 107-4; 2. Jamila Ougayour (MAR) 104-2; 4. N. Ougayour (MAR) 99-3; 9. Osinski (MAR) 92-9.
Boys
Team scores:
1. Marshfield 121; 2. Medford 108.5; 3. DeForest 95.25; 4. Ripon 90; 5. Reedsburg 64.5; 6. Sauk Prairie 58.25; 7. Portage 53; 8. Mauston 40.5; 9. Marshall 34; 10. Adams-Friendship 20.5; 11. Wisconsin Dells 15; 12. Wayland Academy 0.5.
Winners and Marshfield finishers
100:
1. Kelvin Opoku-Appoh (MARSL) 11.39; 5. Isaiah King (MAR) 11.68.
200: 1. Victory Rinaldi (MED) 22.97; 4. Caden Pearce (MAR) 23.84.
400: 1. Noah Rindo (RIP) 51.45; 8. Brant Bohman (MAR) 54.92; 9. Jackson Ott (MAR) 55.36; 15. Nathaniel Phillips (MAR) 59.08.
800: 1. Jake Sullivan (MED) 2:00.76; 4. Addison Hill (MAR) 2:05.91; 13. Alex Wehrman (MAR) 2:15.31.
1,600: 1. Quynlan Duffy (RIP) 4:37.89; 12. Jacob Dick (MAR) 5:06.48.
3,200: 1. Tyler Jones (POR) 10:24.06; 5. Carter Chojnacki (MAR) 10:43.57.
110 hurdles: 1. James Bockhop (SP) 15.30; 2. Skyler Theisen (MAR) 16.15.
300 hurdles: 1. Jackson Arnold-Irby (DF) 40.52; 2. Theisen (MAR) 41.95; 7. Eric Kubash (MAR) 44.48; 12. Kyle Tremelling (MAR) 47.85.
400 relay: 1. Medford (Rinaldi, Osy Ekwueme, Hunter Brandner, Brayden Fultz) 45.30; 2. Marshfield (Quinton Alexander, Blaine Nienast, Pearce, King) 45.45.
800 relay: 1. Medford (Rinaldi, Ekwueme, Brandner, Fultz) 1:33.42; 2. Marshfield (Pearce, King, Nienast, Austin Mientke) 1:34.63.
1,600 relay: 1. Medford (Brandner, Preston Carlson, Andy Poetzl, Sullivan) 3:33.45; 5. Marshfield (Theisen, Bohman, Ott, Sam Hinson) 3:41.26.
3,200 relay: 1. Ripon (Riley Gatzke, Noah Bogardt, Rindo, Quynlan Duffy) 8:22.60; 5. Marshfield (Hill, Wehrman, Phillips, Chojnacki) 8:45.46.
High jump: 1. Brandner (MED) 6-0; 3. Collin Fravert (MAR) 5-10.
Pole vault: 1. Adam Maki (MAR) 11-6; 2. Dawson Tysver (MAR) 11-6; 10. Dustin Altman (MAR) 9-0.
Long jump: 1. Arnold-Irby (DF) 19-11; 13. Bohman (MAR) 16-10.5; 15. Nienast (MAR) 16-1.75.
Triple jump: 1. Ekwueme (MED) 41-10; 16. Hinson (MAR) 34-7; 20. Tremelling (MAR) 33-9.75.
Shot put: 1. Alexander (MAR) 46-10; 2. Jon Wittman (MAR) 44-0.
Discus: 1. Wittman (MAR) 139-7; 2. Alexander (MAR) 138-3.

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Numerous area graduates medal at WIAC Track & Field Championships

Posted on 08 May 2017 by paul

Marshfield High School graduates Ashley Holubets, from left, Calden Wojt, and Megan Marotz combined to win five medals at the Wisconsin Intercollegiate Athletic Conference Track & Field Championships on May 5-6 at UW-Platteville. Holubets competes for UW-La Crosse, Wojt for UW-Stevens Point, and Marotz for Platteville. (Photo courtesy of Dan Akin)

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PLATTEVILLE – A number of area high school graduates left their mark on the Wisconsin Intercollegiate Athletic Conference after competing at the conference track and field championships on May 5-6 at the University of Wisconsin-Platteville.

Megan Marotz, a 2014 graduate of Marshfield High School and a junior for UW-Platteville, won the women’s heptathlon for the Pioneers.

Marotz finished with 4,493 points in the seven-event heptathlon and also was named to the eight-person Larry Zirgibel All-Sportsmanship Team for women.

Among the heptathlon participants, Marotz won the long jump (5.42 meters), the 100-meter hurdles (15.18 seconds), the 200 meters (25.45 seconds), and the 800 meters (2:21.75). She finished with jump of 4 feet, 9 ¾ inches in the high jump, a throw of 31-4½ in the shot put, and a throw of 61-1 in the javelin throw. She recently set the school record in the heptathlon 200 with a time of 25.31 at the Augustana Invitational in April.

Marotz also was part of the Poineers’ 1,600-meter relay team that finished second in 3:53.12.

Auburndale’s Sylviann Momont, a freshman at UW-Stevens Point, finished second in the heptathlon with 4,313 points.

Momont had times of 15.27 in the 100 hurdles, 26.71 in the 200, and 2:45.98 in the 800. She throws of 35-8 in the shot put and 80-2 in the javelin, and jumps of the 5-1¼ in the high jump and 5.21 meters in the long jump.

Rachel Zastrow, a 2015 graduate of Spencer High School, is a sophomore for UW-La Crosse. She finished tied for sixth in the pole vault with a vault of 11 feet, 3½ inches, helping the Eagles to their sixth-straight WIAC women’s title.

Three other Marshfield graduates also competed in the WIAC Championships.

Rebecca Voss and Ashley Holubets, both 2015 Marshfield High School grads, also earned medals for UW-La Crosse.

Holubets finished fifth in the 400 hurdles in 1:03.95 and Voss was sixth in the 5,000 meters in 18:06.20.

On the men’s side of things, Calden Wojt, a freshman for UW-Stevens Point and a 2016 graduate of Marshfield High School, earned two medals.

Wojt finished third in the 200 in 21.62 seconds and was part of the Pointers’ 400-meter relay team that took fifth in 43.82 seconds.

UW-La Crosse won its 27th-straight men’s outdoor track title.

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Marshfield girls track wins team title at Merrill Invitational

Posted on 06 May 2017 by paul

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MERRILL – The Marshfield girls track team won five events and had 19 top-five finishes to take the team title at the 2017 Otto Bacher Invitational on Friday at Merrill High School.

Marshfield racked up 145 points, with Wausau East coming in second with 106.5 points. Lakeland won the boys team title. Marshfield didn’t participate in the boys meet.

Stephanie Rhodes won the high jump with a leap of 5 feet, 2 inches; Meg Bryan won the triple jump with a jump of 34-3½ and the 200 meters in 27.01 seconds; Alexa Aumann won the 400 in 2:27.36; and the 800-meter relay team of Gracie Holland, Bryan, Kaydee Johnson and Maddie Nikolai won in 1:49.60 for Marshfield’s five victories.

The Tigers’ 1,600 relay team of Aumann, Madysen Bohman, Mariah Goeppinger and Johnson finished second in 4:20.46.

Otto Bacher Invitational
May 5, at Merrill High School
Girls
Team scores:
1. Marshfield 145; 2. Wausau East 106.5; 3. Lakeland 99.5; 4. Medford 71; 5. Mosinee 61; 6. Merrill 58.5; 7. Antigo 56.5; 8. Mercer 43; 9. Three Lakes 40; 10. Rhinelander 10; 11. Tomahawk 8; 12. Crandon 1.
Winners and Marshfield finishers
High jump:
1. Stephanie Rhodes (MAR) 5-2; 5. Shantel Nienast (MAR) 4-8.
Pole vault: 1. Daisy Campbell (TL) 10-0; 3. Gracie Holland (MAR) 9-0.
Long jump: 1. Kiana Pugh (MOS) 15-10.25; 4. Brooke McGrath (MAR) 14-8.75.
Triple jump: 1. Meg Bryan (MAR) 34-3.5; 4. Nienast (MAR) 32-4.5.
Discus: 1. Sydney Thompson (MER) 113-11; 3. Jamila Ougayour (MAR) 97-2; 4. Nadia Ougayour (MAR) 96-6.
Shot put: 1. Thompson (MER) 42-4; 6. N. Ougayour (MAR) 31-11; 7. Molly Meyers (MAR) 31-11; 8. Katie Osinski (MAR) 31-8.
3,200 relay: 1. Lakeland (Aubrey Anderson, Ashley Peterson, Riley Mauzer, Stephanie Balas) 9:53.37; 5. Marshfield (Sadie DeGrand, Lilly O’Brien, Abby Voss, Sophia Schrodi) 11:09.40.
100 hurdles: 1. Enne’ Burton (WE) 15.96; 5. Maddie Nikolai (MAR) 17.32.
100: 1. Sarah Heinrich (WE) 13.37; 3. Holland (MAR) 13.45; 6. Carly Brickley (MAR) 13.68.
1,600: 1. Katie Phillips (MED) 5:40.08.
800 relay: 1. Marshfield (Holland, Bryan, Kaydee Johnson, Nikolai) 1:49.60.
400: 1. Dalie Thomas (MER) 1:01.40; 4. Alexa Aumann (MAR) 1:03.20; 5. Madysen Bohman (MAR) 1:03.66.
400 relay: 1. Mosinee (Jayde Sitko, Kiana Pugh, Natalee VanBrocklin, Iris Schira) 52.02; 3. Marshfield (Brickley, McGrath, Mariah Goeppinger, Rhodes) 55.57.
300 hurdles: 1. Burton (WE) 47.03; 5. Nikolai (MAR) 51.52; 13. DeGrand (MAR) 55.56; 16. Voss (MAR) 58.32.
800: 1. Aumann (MAR) 2:27.36; 5. O’Brien (MAR) 2:41.32.
200: 1. Bryan (MAR) 27.01; 3. Johnson (MAR) 28.22.
3,200: 1. Mariah Haight (WE) 11:22.48; 3. Schrodi (MAR) 12:34.37.
1,600 relay: 1. Wausau East (Bruton, Libby McDonald, Quinn Lodholz, Hailey Koehler) 4:18.34; 2. Marshfield (Aumann, Bohman, Goeppinger, Johnson) 4:20.46.
Boys
Team scores:
1. Lakeland 145; 2. Medford 128.5; 3. Merrill 120.5; 4. Wausau East 75.5; 5. Antigo 67; 6. Three Lakes 41.5; 7. Mosinee 41; 8. Rhinelander 32; 9. Tomahawk 23; 10. Mercer 16; 11. Crandon 11.

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Marshfield has four champions at Wisconsin Valley Conference Track Relays

Posted on 02 May 2017 by paul

The Marshfield boys 3,200 relay team of Paul Fischer, from left, Nathanial Phillips, Alex Wehrman, and Addison Hill won the race at the 2017 Wisconsin Valley Conference Track Relays on May 2 at D.C. Everest High School. (Submitted photo)

The Marshfield girls high jump team of Shantel Nienast, from left, Jamila Ougayour, and Stephanie Rhodes won the event at the 2017 Wisconsin Valley Conference Track Relays on May 2 at D.C. Everest High School. (Submitted photo)

The Marshfield girls long jump team of Brooke McGrath, from left, Meg Bryan, and Gracie Holland won the event at the 2017 Wisconsin Valley Conference Track Relays on May 2 at D.C. Everest High School. (Submitted photo)

The Marshfield girls triple jump team is a conference champion after winning the event at the 2017 Wisconsin Valley Conference Track Relays on May 2 at D.C. Everest High School. Coach Ali Luedtke, left, is shown with team members Kaydee Johnson, Meg Bryan, and Maddie Nikolai. (Submitted photo)

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SCHOFIELD – The Marshfield girls finished fourth and the boys fifth at the 2017 Wisconsin Valley Conference Track Relays on Tuesday at Stiehm Stadium at D.C. Everest High School.

The Marshfield boys had one victory and one runner-up finish.

The 3,200-meter relay team of Paul Fischer, Addison Hill, Alex Wehrman and Nathaniel Phillips won in 8:35.96, and the 330-meter hurdles shuttle team of Skyler Theisen, Eric Kubash, Jarreth Schaefer and Kyle Tremelling was second in 50.56 seconds.

The Marshfield girls had three conference champion relay teams, all in field events. Stephanie Rhodes, Shantel Neinast and Jamila Ougayour combined for a height of 14 feet, 2 inches, to win the high jump; Meg Bryan, Gracie Holland and Kaydee Johnson had combined jumps of 48 feet, 7¼ inches to win the long jump; and Bryan, Johnson and Maddie Nikolai had combined jumps of 96 feet, 6 inches to win the triple jump.

The Tigers’ shot put team of Katie Osinski, Nadia Ougayour and Molly Meyers finished second (93-3¾), and the 1,600 relay team of Holland, Bryan, Nikolai and Alexa Aumann took second in 4:25.76.

Stevens Point won both team titles.

2017 Wisconsin Valley Conference Relays
Boys
Team scores:
1. Stevens Point 127; 2. D.C. Everest 108; 3. Wausau West 93; 4. Wisconsin Rapids 81.5; 5. Marshfield 64.5; 6. Wausau East 37; 7. Merrill 26.
Winners and Marshfield results
Shot put:
1. D.C. Everest (Zach Mueller, Cade Gelhar, Tyler Kowalke) 127-4.5; 5. Marshfield (Quinton Alexander, Jon Wittman, Alex Steines) 120-10.
Discus: 1. Wisconsin Rapids (Mike Iverson, Nathan Hepp, Justin Wefel) 390-8; 4. Marshfield (Wittman, Alexander, Brody Anderson) 369-3.5.
Long jump: 1. Wisconsin Rapids (Isaiah Westfall, Jamie Vilbaum, Robert Stevens) 60-2.25; 5. Marshfield (Blaine Neinast, Caden Pearce, Brant Bohman) 55-4.75.
Triple jump: 1. Wisconsin Rapids (Westfall, Keegan Pulchinski, Stevens) 122-7.75; 5. Marshfield (Sam Hinson, Kyle Tremelling, Collin Fravert) 105-7.
Pole vault: 1. Kaleb Schuster (DC) 14-0; 7. Adam Maki (MAR) 11-6; 10. Dawson Tysver (MAR) 11-0.
High jump: 1. Wausau West (Jared Mortenson, Jakob Tordsen, Bobby Niemeyer) 17-4; 7. Marshfield (Fravert, Hinson, Drake White-Bergey) 5-4.
1,600: 1. Stevens Point; 4. Marshfield (Jared Oemig, Jordan Dzikowich, Jacob Dick, Nathan Wirthlin).
330 hurdles shuttle: 1. Wausau West (Tordsen, Sully Phillips, Charles Handrick, Brady Fischer) 48.65; 2. Marshfield (Skyler Theisen, Eric Kubash, Jarreth Schaefer, Tremelling) 50.56.
800: 1. Stevens Point (Jacob Beilke, Colton Kizewski, Nolan Metz, Peter Brilowski) 1:30.40; 4. Marshfield (Pearce, Neinast, Bohman, Jackson Ott) 1:35.30.
1,600 sprint medley: 1. Stevens Point (Alex Karpinski, Gabe Rodriguez, Evan Brocken, Liam Belson) 3:44.30; 4. Marshfield (Austin Mientke, White-Bergey, Hinson, Sam Huettl) 4:05.40.
400: 1. Stevens Point (Trent Hamerski, Kizewski, Beilke, Brilowski) 43.30; 4. Marshfield (Alexander, Pearce, Neinast, Bohman) 45.60.
300 hurdles: 1. Wausau West (Handrick, Phillips, Cole Knapp); 5. Marshfield (Theisen, Kubash, Tremelling).
3,200: 1. Marshfield (Paul Fischer, Addison Hill, Alex Wehrman, Nathaniel Phillips) 8:35.96.
800 sprint medley: 1. Stevens Point (Hamerski, Kizewski, Brilowski, Metz) 1:37.60; 5. Marshfield (Jared Hopperdietzel, Mientke, White-Bergey, Hinson) 1:44.90.
Distance medley: 1. Stevens Point (Max Sobczak, Mason Meixner, Ryan Hinchcliffe, Tyler Bernstein) 11:13.80; 3. Marshfield (Hill, Fischer, Carter Chojnacki, Dzikowich) 11:39.40.
1,600 relay: 1. Stevens Point (Beilke, Rodriguez, Metz, Belson) 3:24.97; 4. Marshfield (Theisen, Bohman, Pearce, Ott) 3:38.54.
Girls
Team scores:
1. Stevens Point 128; 2. D.C. Everest 100; 3. Wausau West 99; 4. Marshfield 79; 5. Wisconsin Rapids 53; 6. Wausau East 48.5; 7. Merrill 14.5.
Winners and Marshfield results
Shot put:
1. Stevens Point (Sam Danczyk, Chando Horvath, Izzy Eppinger) 102-6.5; 2. Marshfield (Katie Osinski, Nadia Ougayour, Molly Meyers) 93-3.75.
Discus: 1. D.C. Everest (Natalie Mohring, Maisie Gelhar, Kaila Trzebiatowski) 320-9.5; 4. Marshfield (N. Ougayour, Jamila Ougayour, Osinski) 266-9.5.
Long jump: 1. Marshfield (Meg Bryan, Gracie Holland, Kaydee Johnson) 48-7.25.
Triple jump: 1. Marshfield (Bryan, Johnson, Maddie Nikolai) 96-6.
Pole vault: 1. D.C. Everest (Maya Veenstra, Morganne Shorey, Elizabeth Metz) 27-0; 4. Marshfield (Holland, Lilly O’Brien, Kati Sadowska) 23-0.
High jump: 1. Marshfield (Stephanie Rhodes, Shantel Neinast, J. Ougayour) 14-2.
1,600: 1. Stevens Point (Grace Belson, Madeline Hyland, Mya Zajakowski, Carley Olsen).
300 hurdles shuttle: 1. Wausau East (Enne’ Burton, Hailey Koehler, Keagan Sather, Maisyn Kollmansberger) 52.38; 5. Marshfield (Isabelle Denowski, J. Ougayour, Nikolai, Sadie DeGrand) 54.10.
800: 1. Wisconsin Rapids (Lizzy Keena, Kristin Hansen, Katelyn Moyer, Grace Hartman) 1:46.44; 4. Marshfield (Madysen Bohman, Carly Brickley, Mariah Goeppinger, Johnson) 1:54.77.
1,600 relay: 1. Wausau West (Emma Rauman, Hayden Knoll, Shelby Samz, Brooke Jaworski) 4:18.56; 2. Marshfield (Holland, Bryan, Nikolai, Alexa Aumann) 4:25.76.
400: 1. Wisconsin Rapids (Hansen, Moyer, Keena, Hartman) 50.50; 6. Marshfield (Brickley, Rhodes, Goeppinger, Brooke McGrath) 54.50.
300 hurdles: 1. Wausau East (Burton, Koehler, Alyssa Frische); 5. Marshfield (Sadie DeGrand, Abby Voss, Neinast).
3,200: 1. Stevens Point (Meixner, Carissa Czerneski, Zajakowski, Hyland) 9:56.88; 4. Marshfield (O’Brien, Sophia Schrodi, Halle Hollatz, Lottie Schrodi) 11:56.58.
800 sprint medley: 1. Wausau West (Olivia Bright, Emma Raumann, Caitlin Deaton, Jaworski) 1:49.40; 6. Marshfield (Brickley, Goeppinger, Johnson, Nikolai) 2:00.80.
Distance medley: 1. D.C. Everest (Emma Jourdan, Jenna Cooper, Malorie Schmoll, Katelyn Spooner) 13:23.50; 4. Marshfield (O’Brien, DeGrand, Voss, S. Schrodi) 15:21.60.
1,600: 1. Wausau West (Isabella D’Burke, Samz, Challis Prohaska, Jaworski) 4:08.90; 4. Marshfield (Aumann, Bohman, Holland, Bryan) 4:23.10.

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