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Columbus Catholic boys take team title at Spencer Cross Country Invitational

Posted on 21 September 2017 by paul

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SPENCER – The Marshfield Columbus Catholic boys and Wittenberg-Birnamwood girls won team titles at the annual Spencer Cross Country Invitational on Thursday at Frey Field.

The Dons boys totaled 55 points, edging Loyal by eight points. Stratford was third (74) and Spencer took fifth (99).

On the girls side, Wittenberg-Birnamwood had a pair of top-eight finishers to end up with 33 points, easily outdistancing second-place Stratford (68). Spencer was third (75) and Columbus Catholic took fourth (96).

Marshfield and Merrill also competed in the meet, but were not in the team standings.

Marshfield’s Jordan Dzikowich won the boys race in 16:57.3, about 14 seconds ahead of second-place Tamerat Kubista of Loyal. Joseph McKee was third (17:13.7) and Addison Hill fourth (1:21.3) for Marshfield.

Peyton Nystrom led Columbus with a ninth-place finish, coming in in 18:02.7. Joshua Guyer was 11th in 18:18.7.

James Heeg led Stratford, taking 14th in 18:33.9, and Collin Nieman topped Spencer by placing 17th (18:38.8).

Sophia Schrodi was third (21:26.0) and Lilly O’Brien finished sixth (22:03.8) for the Tigers girls.

Kaitlin Kasch was ninth for Spencer (22:18.5), Macie Schillinger took 10th for Stratford (22:23.7), and Marissa Immerfall was Columbus Catholic’s top runner, taking 15th (23:32.2).

Spencer Cross Country Invitational
Sept. 21, at Frey Field
Boys
Team scores:
1. Marshfield Columbus Catholic 55; 2. Loyal 63; 3. Stratford 74; 4. Wittenberg-Birnamwood 94; 5. Spencer 99; 6. Eau Claire Regis 133; 7. Stanley-Boyd 150; 8. Pittsville 207. No team scores: Marshfield, Merrill.
Top 10 and Marshfield, Marshfield Columbus Catholic, Spencer and Stratford finishers: 1. Jordan Dzikowich (MAR) 16:57.3; 2. Tamerat Kubista (LOY) 17:11.7; 3. Joseph McKee (MAR) 17:13.7; 4. Addison Hill (MAR) 17:21.3; 5. Zach Yengo (ECR) 17:23.2; 6. Joshua McKee (MAR) 17:25.5; 7. Elliot Genteman (LOY) 17:35.2; 8. Jared Oemig (MAR) 17:43.3; 9. Peyton Nystrom (MCC) 18:02.7; 10. Jacob Dick (MAR) 18:12.2; 11. Joshua Guyer (MCC) 18:18.7; 12. Carter Chojnacki (MAR) 18:23.9; 14. James Heeg (ST) 18:33.9; 17. Collin Nieman (SP) 18:38.8; 18. Jeremiah Giles (MCC) 18:39.8; 19. Aaron Pankratz (SP) 18:48.8; 20. Ben Claessens (MAR) 18:53.1; 22. Bryce Fuerlinger (MCC) 18:56.0; 23. Lance Heidmann (ST) 19:01.7; 29. Derek Marten (ST) 19:38.6; 34. Jacob Dick (MCC) 19:57.3; 36. Ashton Ackman (SP) 20:02.1; 37. Bryce Shaw (SP) 20:08.4; 39. Brenden Fecker (ST) 20:11.0; 41. Dominick Wichlacz (SP) 20:38.8; 43. Antonio Verdone (ST) 20:45.0; 45. Flynn McQuillen (MCC) 20:55.6; 51. Tim Wenzel (ST) 21:36.1; 62. Colten Post (SP) 23:36.8; 65. Leo Rodriguez (SP) 24:24.7.
Girls
Team scores:
1. Wittenberg-Birnamwood 33; 2. Stratford 68; 3. Spencer 75; 4. Marshfield Columbus Catholic 96; 5. Loyal 99; 6. Eau Claire Regis 133; Pittsville and Stanley-Boyd incomplete. No team scores: Marshfield, Merrill.
Top 10 and Marshfield, Marshfield Columbus Catholic, Spencer and Stratford finishers: 1. Savannah Schley (LOY) 20:46.5; 2. Dalie Thomas (MER) 21:15.3; 3. Sophia Schrodi (MAR) 21:26.0; 4. Courtney Krueger (MER) 21:52.5; 5. Paige Norrbom (WB) 21:59.5; 6. Lilly O’Brien (MAR) 22:03.8; 7. Ali Geiger (MAR) 22:13.5; 8. Emily Norrbom (WB) 22:15.8; 9. Kaitlin Kasch (SP) 22:18.5; 10. Macie Schillinger (ST) 22:23.7; 11. Dehlia Kilty (MAR) 22:30.0; 13. Angelia Verdone (ST) 23:12.3; 14. Kaylee Hollatz (ST) 23:28.1; 15. Marissa Immerfall (MCC) 23:32.2; 17. Leah Nieman (SP) 23:38.9; 19. Morgan Albrecht (MCC) 24:12.0; 20. Leah Brown (MAR) 24:12.3; 22. Hailey Roehl (MCC) 24:30.3; 23. Kaylee Wehrman (SP) 24:38.8; 25. Elaina Kirschnik (MAR) 24:41.7; 26. Leigh Anne Sieracki (SP) 24:42.5; 28. Taya Nett (ST) 25:02.1; 29. Bailey Bauer (MAR) 25:11.8; 31. Madysen Bohman (MAR) 25:16.4; 35. Melanie Lang (MCC) 25:34.9; 42. Hannah Zastrow (SP) 26:24.1; 44. Maddy Pavloski (ST) 26:35.4; 48. Brenna Manecke (ST) 26:59.4; 51. Julia Schneider (ST) 27:38.2; 55. Holly Dean (MCC) 27:59.8; 56. Ashley Dean (MCC) 28:00.2.

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Annual Marshfield Elementary School Fun Run held at Wildwood Park

Posted on 19 September 2017 by paul

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MARSHFIELD – The 2017 Marshfield Elementary School Fun Run was held Tuesday at Wildwood Park.

The annual event was sponsored by the Marshfield High School cross country teams.

Brooke Sternweis, a fourth-grader at Nasonville Elementary School, won the girls race, and Owen Hoerneman, a fifth-grader at Washington, was the winner of the boys race.

2017 Marshfield Elementary School Fun Run
Sept. 19, at Wildwood Park (grade and school in parentheses)
Top 10 girls finishers:
1. Brooke Sternweis (4, Nasonville); 2. Calligh Kanitz (6, Washington); 3. Natalie Kanitz (5, Washington); 4. Brenna Barlow (1, Nasonville); 5. Hayden Berger (6, Washington); 6. Kaylie Charron (6, Grant); 7. Abby Wojcik (3, St. John’s); 8. Ellie Brand (6, Nasonville); 9. Nataline Hebbring (5, Grant); 10. Emma Hebbring (2, Grant).
Top 10 boys finishers: 1. Owen Hoerneman (5, Washington); 2. Ian Vandre (6, Lincoln); 3. Kashtan Kilty (3, Grant); 4. Monty Woltmann (5, Nasonville); 5. Johnathon Sternweis (4, Nasonville); 6. Elijah Bremer (4, Madison); 7. Wyatt Johnson (1, Washington); 8. Camden Kolstad (3, Washington); 9. Mitchell Kurz (4, Washington); 10. Owen Brand (4, Nasonville).

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Auburndale girls, Marshfield boys win divisional team titles at Smiley Cross Country Invitational

Posted on 16 September 2017 by paul

The Marshfield boys cross country team won the Division 1 Small Division team title on Saturday at the Smiley Cross Country Invitational in Wausau. Team members are, from left, Joseph McKee, Addison Hill, Jordan Dzikowich, Jared Oemig, Joshua McKee, Eli Swanson, Jacob Dick, and Carter Chojnacki. (Submitted photo)

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WAUSAU – The Auburndale girls and the Marshfield boys cross country teams continued their great start to the 2017 season by winning divisional titles at the 60th Annual Smiley Cross Country Invitational on Saturday at Tribute Golf Course.

The meet was hosted by Wausau East.

The Auburndale girls rolled to the Division 3 team title with 89 points, 21 better than second-place Rosholt. Spencer finished 11th with 273 points.

Marissa Ellenbecker of Edgar won the Division 3 individual title in 19:09.29. Auburndale’s top finisher was Isabella Jewell, who finished ninth in 20:11.15. Kali Karl was 15th (21:00.77), Vanessa Mitchell took 18th (21:11.58), Errika Zenner was 20th (21:12.69) and Anna Kollross finished 28th (21:59.69) for Auburndale.

Spencer’s top finisher was Kaitlin Kasch, who took 32nd in 22:12.75.

The Marshfield girls finished sixth in the Division 1 Small Division, which was won by Pulaski.

Sophia Schrodi finished 12th in 20:20.08 to lead the Tigers.

The Marshfield boys had its five top runners finish in the top 19 to win the Division 1 Small Division team crown. The Tigers had 66 points, 12 ahead of La Crosse Central.

Joseph McKee was seventh in 16:33.18 and teammate Jordan Dzikowich was right behind in eighth (16:33.40) for Marshfield.

Addison Hill took 15th (16:55.80), Jared Oemig was 17th (17:10.43), and Joshua McKee took 19th (17:15.04) to round out Marshfield’s scorers.

All five Marshfield boys, and Schrodi on the girls side, were meet medalists with top-20 finishes.

“Our top five boys came in within 45 seconds of each other and that is huge with so many runners in the field,” Marshfield coach Dan Akin said.

In Division 3, Rosholt had three top-10 finishers and won the team title with 30 points. Spencer was ninth with 220 and Auburndale 11th with 254.

Collin Nieman was 20th in 18:02.23 and Aaron Pankratz took 32nd in 18:22.38 to lead Spencer.

Auburndale’s top runner was Carl Lundgren, who ended up 29th in 18:15.71.

60th Annual Smiley Cross Country Invitational
Sept. 16, at Tribute Golf Course, Wausau
Girls
Division 1 Large
Team scores:
1. Sun Prairie 23; 2. Stevens Point 115; 3. Mequon Homestead 118; 4. Wausau West 122; 5. Waunakee 134; 6. Appleton East 141; 7. D.C. Everest 143; 8. Eau Claire Memorial 155; 9. Madison Memorial 157; 10. Wisconsin Rapids 257; 11. Eau Claire North 275.
Top 10 finishers: 1. Katie Rose Blachow (SUNP) 18:00.34; 2. Autumn Dushack (SUNP) 18:12.35; 3. Maddie Thompson (SUNP) 18:47.72; 4. Reagan Hoopes (WAUN) 18:52.72; 5. Brooke Jaworski (WW) 19:03.87; 6. Emma Bertz (WAUN) 19:08.88; 7. Kaylan Marshall (SUNP) 19:14.55; 8. Grace Belson (STP) 19:19.01; 9. Maddie Hyland (STP) 19:21.03; 10. Hannah Ray (SUNP) 19:30.88.
Division 1 Small
Team scores:
1. Pulaski 74; 2. La Crosse Central 80; 3. Lakeland 100; 4. River Falls 133; 5. DeForest 147; 6. Marshfield 169; 7. Oregon 172; 8. Wausau East 187; 9. Rhinelander 222; 10. Shawano 237; 11. Merrill 250; 12. Seymour 267; 13. Antigo 302.
Top 10 and Marshfield finishers: 1. Annika Linzmeier (PUL) 18:26.57; 2. Ashley Peterson (LAK) 18:59.96; 3. Alex Bruly (LCC) 19:07.32; 4. Mariah Haight (WE) 19:31.98; 5. Alayna Franson (RH) 19:36.84; 6. Sophie Leinfelder (LCC) 20:03.61; 7. Lauren Beauchaine (OR) 20:07.11; 8. Dalie Thomas (MER) 20:08.34; 9. Katie Brockman (PUL) 20:08.39; 10. Aubrey Anderson (LAK) 20:12.44; 12. Sophia Schrodi (MAR) 20:20.08; 34. Lilly O’Brien (MAR) 21:35.60; 36. Dehlia Kilty (MAR) 21:40.81; 37. Ali Geiger (MAR) 21:41.35; 50. Madysen Bohman (MAR) 22:46.66; 56. Leah Brown (MAR) 23:14.60; 61. Bailey Bauer (MAR) 23:26.87.
Division 2
Team scores:
1. Medford 66; 2. Kiel 85; 3. Little Chute 89; 4. West Salem 104; 5. Wittenberg-Birnamwood 151; 6. Tomahawk 155; 7. Mosinee 171; 8. Peshtigo 191; 9. Amherst 196; 10. Gale-Ettrick-Trempealeau 226; 11. Northland Pines 264.
Top 10 finishers: 1. Dana Feyen (GET) 18:25.42; 2. Lindsey Grams (LC) 19:16.10; 3. Julia Koenig (KIEL) 19:44.26; 4. Alana Finger (PESH) 20:00.10; 5. Haley Voermans (TOM) 20:03.23; 6. Franny Seidel (MED) 20:07.41; 7. Kate Schroeder (WS) 20:12.51; 8. Katrina Salmen (PESH) 20:17.64; 9. Annalise Callaghan (NP) 20:35.58; 10. Lauren Meyer (MED) 20:56.99.
Division 3
Team scores:
1. Auburndale 89; 2. Rosholt 110; 3. Albany 157; 4. Boscobel 168; 5. Stevens Point Pacelli 174; 6. Chequamegon 185; 7. Phillips 194; 8. Neillsville 211; 9. Marathon 225; 10. Iola-Scandinavia 225; 11. Spencer 273; 12. Loyal 277; 13. Prentice/Rib Lake 278; 14. Three Lakes 336; 15. Edgar 342.
Top 10, and Auburndale and Spencer finishers: 1. Marissa Ellenbecker (ED) 19:09.29; 2. Savannah Schley (LOY) 19:23.08; 3. Kortnie Volk (TL) 19:38.89; 4. Jada Beacom (IS) 19:40.51; 5. Jordan Zdroik (ROS) 19:41.88; 6. Erika Kisting (IS) 19:43.80; 7. Anna Buchberger (MAR) 19:45.21; 8. Serena Moore (PRL) 19:49.48; 9. Isabella Jewell (AUB) 20:11.15; 10. Emma Guenther (ALB) 20:23.44; 15. Kali Karl (AUB) 21:00.77; 18. Vanessa Mitchell (AUB) 21:11.58; 20. Errika Zenner (AUB) 21:12.69; 28. Anna Kollross (AUB) 21:59.69; 30. Annalise Jewell (AUB) 22:06.60; 32. Kaitlin Kasch (SP) 22:12.75; 36. Taylor Stanton (AUB) 22:33.16; 39. Victoria Hasenhorl (AUB) 22:44.91; 49. Leah Nieman (SP) 23:19.35; 57. Kaily Northup (SP) 23:36.96; 72. Kaylee Wehrman (SP) 24:22.47; 74. Hannah Zastrow (SP) 24:29.65; 77. Leigh Anne Sierack (SP) 24:36.95; 100. Lydia Nieman (SP) 32:42.74.
Boys
Division 1 Large
Team scores:
1. Stevens Point 47; 2. Sun Prairie 68; 3. D.C. Everest 93; 4. Eau Claire Memorial 102; 5. Madison Memorial 153; 6. Wausau West 154; 7. Appleton East 165; 8. Waunakee 180; 9. Eau Claire North 208; 10. Wisconsin Rapids 270.
Top 10 finishers: 1. Joseph Kehoe (SUNP) 15:49.23; 2. Zak Sather (ECM) 15:54.89; 3. Josh Becker (ECM) 16:03.45; 4. Johnny Hyland (STP) 16:11.38; 5. Ash Francis (SUNP) 16:13.56; 6. David Ecker (ECN) 16:22.52; 7. Chad Franz (STP) 16:23.12; 8. Isaiah Winowiski (DC) 16:27.60; 9. Ryan Hartman (WW) 16:34.69; 10. Ryan Mares (AE) 16:36.32.
Division 1 Small
Team scores:
1. Marshfield 66; 2. La Crosse Central 78; 3. River Falls 91; 4. Lakeland 98; 5. DeForest 124; 6. Waukesha West 159; 7. Shawano 195; 8. Wausau East 199; 9. Pulaski 233; 10. Oregon 252; 11. Rhinelander 287; 12. Merrill 315; 13. Antigo 340.
Top 10 and Marshfield finishers: 1. Kav Fitzpatrick (LAK) 15:42.00; 2. Brody Olson (PUL) 16:07.85; 3. Darius Diver (LAK) 16:11.49; 4. Jordan Straub (WE) 16:29.52; 5. Tyler Cernohous (RF) 16:30.55; 6. Jett Mickelson (LCC) 16:32.94; 7. Joseph McKee (MAR) 16:33.18; 8. Jordan Dzikowich (MAR) 16:33.40; 9. Jacob Burgener (DF) 16:37.44; 10. Jack Garcia (LAK) 16:38.13; 15. Addison Hill (MAR) 16:55.80; 17. Jared Oemig (MAR) 17:10.43; 19. Joshua McKee (MAR) 17:15.04; 26. Carter Chojnacki (MAR) 17:46.85; 34. Jacob Dick (MAR) 18:07.57; 73. Eli Swanson (MAR) 19:34.92.
Division 2
Team scores:
1. Shorewood 95; 2. Madison Edgewood 128; 3. Gale-Ettrick-Trempealeau 129; 4. Medford 134; 5. Peshtigo 143; 6. Kiel 145; 7. Northland Pines 165; 8. Tomahawk 201; 9. Port Edwards 213; 10. Amherst 218; 11. West Salem 223; 12. Mosinee 250; 13. Wittenberg-Birnamwood 344; 14. Little Chute 354; Colby/Abbotsford incomplete.
Top 10 finishers: 1. Miguel Mathias (PE) 15:58.68; 2. Charlie McKinney (WS) 16:22.53; 3. Trey Ulrich (MED) 16:32.08; 4. Ashton Arnold (KIEL) 16:33.64; 5. Drew Bolder (TOM) 16:42.70; 6. Matt Gilles (ME) 16:46.38; 7. Doug Feyen (GET) 16:48.34; 8. Lucas Florsheim (SHO) 16:50.93; 9. Derek Rudolph (MED) 16:52.80; 10. Henry Kuhlmann (SHO) 17:01.41.
Division 3
Team scores:
1. Rosholt 30; 2. Phillips 95; 3. Marathon 106; 4. Loyal 150; 5. Stevens Point Pacelli 152; 6. Athens 162; 7. Chequamegon 169; 8. Boscobel 169; 9. Spencer 220; 10. Albany 226; 11. Auburndale 254; 12. Prentice/Rib Lake 265; 13. Edgar 330; 14. Neillsville 381; Madison Country Day, Iola-Scandinavia incomplete.
Top 10, and Auburndale and Spencer finishers: 1. Adam Rzentkowski (ROS) 16:00.67; 2. Dausen Anderson (ROS) 16:37.40; 3. Colin Green (MCD) 16:37.99; 4. Tamerat Kubista (LOY) 16:42.20; 5. Jared Zwettler (TL) 16:45.73; 6. Nick Rogaczewski (ATH) 16:55.83; 7. Josh Dahl (ALB) 16:59.06; 8. Joe Makovec (IS) 17:21.28; 9. Joe Kraimer (MAR) 17:21.28; 10. Jonah Guzman (ROS) 17:23.62; 20. Collin Nieman (SP) 18:02.23; 29. Carl Lundgren (AUB) 18:15.71; 32. Aaron Panrkatz (SP) 18:22.38; 46. Leo Rodriguez (SP) 18:52.94; 50. Matt Leick (AUB) 18:57.55; 55. Paul Kollross (AUB) 19:05.49; 60. Paul Peplinski (AUB) 19:17.64; 67. Bryce Shaw (SP) 19:42.76; 72. Ashton Ackman (SP) 20:14.18; 73. Brett Kasch (SP) 20:16.82; 76. Carver Empey (AUB) 20:26.67; 80. Darren Kieffer (AUB) 20:33.37; 89. Dominick WIchlacz (SP) 21:05.93; 91. Josh Peplinski (AUB) 21:09.61; 103. Ian Lang (AUB) 23:14.88.

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Marshfield boys finish second at SPASH Panther Cross Country Invitational

Posted on 09 September 2017 by paul

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STEVENS POINT – The Marshfield boys cross country team continued its strong start to the season by taking second at the SPASH Panther Invitational on Saturday at Standing Rock Park.

Stevens Point won the boys team title with 73 points, with Marshfield a close second with 91. Auburndale was 16th with 437 points.

Marshfield had three medalists finishing in the top 15, led by senior Jordan Dzikowich, who took sixth in 17:01.3. Joseph McKee was right behind in seventh (17:02.1) and Addison Hill was 13th in 17:06.1. Jared Oemig ended up 27th (17:36.2) and Carter Chojnacki was 38th (18:07.6) to round out the Tigers’ top five.

“Our top four guys were ready to race today,” Marshfield coach Dan Akin said. “We wanted to run well on this course because the (Wisconsin Valley) conference meet is there in five weeks.”

Rosholt’s Adam Rzentkowski won the boys race in 16:25.1, 18 seconds ahead of Beaver Dam’s Cade Ferron. Stevens Point’s Johnny Hyland was third in 16:53.1.

Carl Lundrgen was Auburndale’s top runner, taking 63rd in 18:48.6.

Stevens Point also won the girls title with 102 points, 16 ahead of Beaver Dam. Auburndale was eighth with 192 points, and Marshfield 10th in 302 points.

Isabella Jewell was Auburndale’s top runner as she finished 18th in 21:03.6.

Senior Sophia Schrodi led Marshfield, taking 21st in 21:16.7.

Jada Donaldson of Beaver Dam won the girls race in 19:42.0, less than 1 second ahead of Wausau West’s Brooke Jaworski.

2017 SPASH Panther Cross Country Invitational
Boys
Team scores:
1. Stevens Point 73; 2. Marshfield 91; 3. D.C. Everest 108; 4. Port Washington 113; 5. Baraboo 134; 6. Rosholt 135; 7. Wausau West 192; 8. Beaver Dam 205; 9. Wisconsin Rapids Assumption 259; 10. Northland Pines 264; 11. Wisconsin Rapids 306; 12. Wausau East 313; 13. Waupaca 317; 14. Stevens Point Pacelli 373; 15. Merrill 400; 16. Auburndale 437; 17. Edgar 381; 18. Iola-Scandinavia 495; Adams-Friendship, Amherst, Nekoosa incomplete.
Top 10, and Marshfield and Auburndale finishers: 1. Adam Rzentkowski (ROS) 16:25.1; 2. Cade Ferron (BD) 16:43.1; 3. Johnny Hyland (SP) 16:53.1; 4. Isaiah Holland (PW) 16:56.0; 5. Isaiah Winowiski (DC) 16:57.8; 6. Jordan Dzikowich (MAR) 17:01.3; 7. Joseph McKee (MAR) 17:02.1; 8. Ethan Bohlman (DC) 17:02.4; 9. Jordan Straub (WE) 17:03.0; 10. Ryan Hartman (WW) 17:04.5; 13. Addison Hill (MAR) 17:06.1; 27. Jared Oemig (MAR) 17:36.2; 38. Carter Chojnacki (MAR) 18:07.6; 52. Jacob Dick (MAR) 18:28.3; 63. Carl Lundgren (AUB) 18:48.6; 64. Paul Fischer (MAR) 18:48.9; 79. Paul Kollross (AUB) 19:19.2; 81. Joshua McKee (MAR) 19:24.3; 106. Paul Peplinski (AUB) 20:09.3; 109. Matthew Leick (AUB) 20:13.4; 123. Darren Kieffer (AUB) 20:52.8; 128. Carver Empey (AUB) 21:47.8; 129. Josh Peplinski (AUB) 21:55.4; 132. Ian Lang (AUB) 22:08.9.
Girls
Team scores:
1. Stevens Point 102; 2. Beaver Dam 118; 3. Port Washington 125; 4. Wausau West 146; 5. Verona 147; 6. D.C. Everest 166; 7. Rosholt 190; 8. Auburndale 192; 9. Wausau East 258; 10. Marshfield 302; 11. Wisconsin Rapids 302; 12. Iola-Scandinavia 340; 13. Stevens Point Pacelli 347; 14. Amherst 353; 15. Baraboo 366; 16. Merrill 371; 17. Edgar 455; 18. Adams-Friendship 508; 19. Northland Pines 527; Wisconsin Rapids Assumption, Nekoosa, Waupaca incomplete.
Top 10, and Marshfield and Auburndale finishers: 1. Jada Donaldson (BD) 19:42.0; 2. Brooke Jaworski (WW) 19:42.8; 3. Marissa Ellenbecker (ED) 19:46.7; 4. Grace Belson (SP) 19:48.6; 5. Erika Kisting (IS) 19:52.2; 6. Mariah Haight (WE) 19:58.2; 7. Madeline Hyland (SP) 20:09.6; 8. Jada Beacom (IS) 20:29.3; 9. Jordan Zdroik (ROS) 20:31.7; 10. Paige White (BD) 20:34.1; 18. Isabella Jewell (AUB) 21:03.6; 21. Sophia Schrodi (MAR) 21:16.7; 35. Kali Karl (AUB) 21:48.3; 37. Erricka Zenner (AUB) 21:55.8; 43. Vanessa Mitchell (AUB) 22:06.8; 59. Taylor Stanton (AUB) 22:47.5; 60. Lilly O’Brien (MAR) 22:49.2; 61. Annalise Jewell (AUB) 22:51.6; 70. Ali Geiger (MAR) 23:10.8; 75. Dehlia Kilty (MAR) 23:23.9; 80. Lily Kloos (AUB) 23:37.6; 82. Madysen Bohman (MAR) 23:45.5; 88. Julianna Kollross (AUB) 23:55.6; 93. Leah Brown (MAR) 24:04.8; 100. Bailey Bauer (MAR) 24:18.1; 109. Elaina Kirschnik (MAR) 24:44.1.

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Marshfield boys take team title at own Marshfield Tiger Cross Country Invitational

Posted on 05 September 2017 by paul

Marshfield’s Jordan Dzikowich finished seventh and was one of four Tigers to place in the top 10 to help them win the boys team title at the 2017 Marshfield Tiger Cross Country Invitational on Tuesday at Frey Field in Spencer. (Photo by Paul Lecker/MarshfieldAreaSports.com)

Auburndale’s Isabella Jewell finished 10th in the girls race to help the Apaches to a third-place team finish at the 2017 Marshfield Tiger Cross Country Invitational on Tuesday at Frey Field in Spencer. (Photo by Paul Lecker/MarshfieldAreaSports.com)

Marshfield senior Sophia Schrodi finished 15th in the girls race at the 2017 Marshfield Tiger Cross Country Invitational on Tuesday at Frey Field in Spencer. (Photo by Paul Lecker/MarshfieldAreaSports.com)

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SPENCER – Joseph McKee won and three other Marshfield runners finished in the top nine to lead the Tigers boys to the team title at the 2017 Marshfield Tiger Cross Country Invitational on Tuesday at Frey Field.

Joseph McKee won the 5-kilometer race in 16:58.0, four seconds ahead of Medford’s Trey Ulrich.

Jordan Dzikowich was seventh (17:33.2), Addison Hill finished eighth (17:33.3) and Joshua McKee took ninth (17:35.2) to provide Marshfield with the points it needed to roll to the team title. Marshfield had 41 points, with Medford finishing second with 103.

Marshfield Columbus Catholic took fifth with 182 points, Auburndale was 13th with 324, Stratford took 15th with 342, and Spencer was 16th with 361.

“The kids ran really well and responded well after just a two days rest after the Columbus meet on Saturday,” Marshfield coach Dan Akin said. “They’re teally working hard and I’m pleased so far. Our top four guys have been steady the first two meets, and the rest of the guys are fighting the other varsity spots.”

Peyton Nystrom was 21st in 18:14.8 and Joshua Guyer took 24th in 18:15.8 to lead the Columbus boys.

James Heeg topped the Stratford boys by finishing 23rd in 18:15.7; Spencer’s top runner was Collin Nieman, who finished 26th in 18:19.5; and Carl Lundgren led Auburndale by taking 37th in 18:43.5.

Chippewa Falls won a tiebreaker over Medford to win the girls team title.

Katie Faris of Chippewa Falls won the girls 5K race in 19:38.8, 11 seconds ahead of Wausau East’s Mariah Haigh.

Auburndale’s Isabella Jewell finished 10th (21:20.9) to help the Apaches girls to a third-place finish in the team standings with 84 points.

Auburndale’s top-five runners all finished within 46 seconds of each other. Vanessa Mitchell was 16th (21:50.1) and Kali Karl was 17th (21:51.9) to give the Apaches three top-20 runners.

“I was very pleased with how the girls ran,” Auburndale coach Joren Anderson said. “They are working on running in a pack which continued to show improvement throughout the race. We were glad to be competitive with all schools, both small and large.”

Marshfield was fifth with 150 points, Stratford took ninth with 257, Spencer was 12th with 267, and Marshfield Columbus Catholic took 13th with 287.

Sophia Schrodi earned medalist honors with a 15th-place finish for the Marshfield girls, running in 21:46.7.

Spencer’s Kaitlin Kasch was 19th in 21:55.6, Stratford’s Macie Schillinger took 29th in 22:11.4, and Columbus Catholic’s Hailey Roehl was 50th in 23:28.6 to lead the local schools.

2017 Marshfield Tiger Cross Country Invitational
Sept. 5, at Frey Field, Spencer
Boys
Team scores:
1. Marshfield 41; 2. Medford 103; 3. Tomah 113; 4. Marathon 149; 5. Marshfield Columbus Catholic 182; 6. Loyal 196; 7. Wausau East 236; 8. Wisconsin Rapids 240; 9. Chippewa Falls 241; 10. Athens 243; 11. Black River Falls 253; 12. Lakeland 321; 13. Auburndale 324; 14. Colby/Abbotsford 341; 15. Stratford 342; 16. Spencer 361; 17. Pittsville 536.
Top 10 and Marshfield, Columbus Catholic, Spencer, Auburndale and Stratford finishers: 1. Joseph McKee (MARSH) 16:58.0; 2. Trey Ulrich (MED) 17:02.1; 3. Trevin Nelson (TOM) 17:08.2; 4. Jordan Straub (WE) 17:14.9; 5. Tamerat Kubista (LOY) 17:15.3; 6. Derek Rudolph (MED) 17:22.0; 7. Jordan Dzikowich (MARSH) 17:33.2; 8. Addison Hill (MARSH) 17:33.3; 9. Joshua McKee (MARSH) 17:35.2; 10. Joe Kraimer (MARAT) 17:39.0; 17. Carter Chojnacki (MARSH) 18:11.5; 20. Jacob Dick (MARSH) 18:14.6; 21. Peyton Nystrom (MCC) 18:14.8; 23. James Heeg (ST) 18:15.7; 24. Joshua Guyer (MCC) 18:15.8; 26. Collin Nieman (SP) 18:19.5; 37. Carl Lundgren (AUB) 18:43.5; 38. Bryce Fuerlinger (MCC) 18:43.5; 39. Jeremiah Giles (MCC) 18:45.0; 45. Ben Claessens (MARSH) 18:54.3; 47. Paul Kollross (AUB) 18:55.0; 49. Aaron Pankratz (SP) 18:58.7; 57. Eli Swanson (MARSH) 19:16.6; 62. Isaac Thompson (ST) 19:21.7; 66. Jacob Dick (MCC) 19:26.0; 68. Flynn McQuillen (MCC) 19:31.8; 70. Lance Heidmann (ST) 19:41.2; 77. Paul Peplinski (AUB) 19:50.5; 84. Darren Kieffer (AUB) 20:01.5; 88. Will Boyer (MCC) 20:05.7; 91. Matthew Leick (AUB) 20;21.0; 92. Ashton Ackman (SP) 20:23.8; 98. Carver Empey (AUB) 20:39.6; 99. Tim Wenzel (ST) 20:41.0; 102. Leo Rodriguez (SP) 20:45.3; 104. Antonio Verdone (ST) 20:57.3; 105. Andrew Chapel (ST) 20:59.3; 106. Gage Stoflet (AUB) 21:03.5; 107. Brenden Fecker (ST) 21:07.3; 110. Bryce Shaw (SP) 21:29.0; 111. Sam Schoenfuss (ST) 21:33.0; 112. Dominick Wichlacz (SP) 21:40.8; 115. Josh Peplinski (AUB) 22:03.2; 117. Colten Post (SP) 22:50.1.
Girls
Team scores:
1. Chippewa Falls 77 (won via tiebreaker); 2. Medford 77; 3. Auburndale 84; 4. Wausau East 130; 5. Marshfield 150; 6. Wisconsin Rapids 174; 7. Colby/Abbotsford 188; 8. Marathon 222; 9. Stratford 257; 10. Loyal 260; 11. Tomah 260; 12. Spencer 267; 13. Marshfield Columbus Catholic 287; 14. Black River Falls 321.
Top 10 and Marshfield, Columbus Catholic, Spencer, Auburndale and Stratford finishers: 1. Katie Faris (CF) 19:38.8; 2. Mariah Haight (WE) 19:49.8; 3. Savannah Schley (LOY) 20:03.6; 4. Ella Behling (CF) 20:22.7; 5. Anna Buchberger (MARAT) 20:23.2; 6. Willow Sering (WR) 20:23.8; 7. Franny Seidel (MED) 20:26.1; 8. Hannah Wilcox-Borg (TOM) 20:27.4; 9. Lauren Meyer (MED) 21:05.7; 10. Isabella Jewell (AUB) 21:20.9; 15. Sophia Schrodi (MARSH) 21:46.7; 16. Vanessa Mitchell (AUB) 21:50.1; 17. Kali Karl (AUB) 21:51.9; 19. Kaitlin Kasch (SP) 21:55.6; 22. Erricka Zenner (AUB) 21:58.9; 26. Taylor Stanton (AUB) 22:06.1; 27. Lilly O’Brien (MARSH) 22:10.4; 29. Macie Schillinger (ST) 22:11.4; 35. Annalise Jewell (AUB) 22:28.8; 39. Ali Geiger (MARSH) 23:02.2; 41. Angelina Verdone (ST) 23:10.0; 42. Dehlia Kilty (MARSH) 23:12.5; 43. Leah Brown (MARSH) 23:12.5; 44. Melanie Lang (MCC) 23:12.9; 50. Hailey Roehl (MCC) 23:28.6; 51. Lily Kloos (AUB) 23:28.7; 52. Kaylee Hollatz (ST) 23:29.2; 56. Kaily Northup (SP) 23:43.8; 57. Marissa Immerfall (MCC) 23:47.0; 61. Victoria Hasenohrl (AUB) 23:56.0; 63. Leah Nieman (SP) 23:59.8; 69. Elaina Kirschnik (MARSH) 24:29.5; 71. Kaylee Wehrman (SP) 24:34.5; 75. Taya Nett (ST) 24:43.9; 76. Morgan Albrecht (MCC) 24:44.5; 80. Emma Gilkerson (MARSH) 25:04.2; 84. Hannah Zastrow (SP) 25:45.6; 87. Leigh Anne Sieracki (SP) 26:12.1; 88. Maddy Pavloski (ST) 26:12.7; 89. Holly Dean (MCC) 26:33.2; 90. Chelsey Gliniecki (ST) 26:34.2; 93. Maria Dvorakova (MCC) 27:22.2; 96. Saige Tichy (ST) 27:51.7; 101. Greta Schiferl (MCC) 33:07.8.

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Columbus Catholic boys win team title at home cross country invitational

Posted on 02 September 2017 by paul

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MARSHFIELD – The Marshfield Columbus Catholic boys won the Division 3 team title, and Marshfield’s Sophia Schrodi and Joseph McKee earned a top-20 finishes at the annual Columbus Catholic Cross Country Invitational on Saturday at Wildwood Park.

Joshua Guyer finished 45th overall (17:55.1) and Peyton Nystrom was 50th (18:11.3) to lead the Dons boys to the D-3 team title, just two points better than Chippewa Falls McDonell among the seven Division 3 teams.

Minnesota powerhouse Wayzata ran away with the Division 1 boys title again, placing its five best runenrs in the top eight. Marshfield was sixth in Division 1, with Joseph McKee taking 19th in 16:56.6. Jordan Dzikowich was 27th (17:18.8) and Joshua McKee finished 28th (17:22.5) as well for the Tigers.

Minneapolis Washburn won the Division 1 girls title, with Marshfield third. Columbus was fourth in Division 3.

Sophia Schrodi led Marshfield, taking 17th in 21:39.3. Teammate Lilly O’Brien was 27th in 22:34.1.

Hailey Roehl was Columbus Catholic’s top girls finisher, taking 38th in 22:57.8. Melanie Lang was 41st in 23:21.8 for the Dons.

West Salem won both Division 2 team titles.

Columbus Catholic will be in the field at the Marshfield Tiger Invitational, which will be held Tuesday at Frey Field in Spencer.

2017 Columbus Catholic Invitational
Sept. 2, at Wildwood Park, Marshfield
Boys
Division 1
Team scores:
1. Wayzata (Minn.) 22; 2. Stillwater (Minn.) 53; 3. Minneapolis Washburn (Minn.) 84; 4. Whitefish Bay 121; 5. Hudson 129; 6. Marshfield 140.
Division 2
Team scores:
1. West Salem 22; 2. Nekoosa 39.
Division 3
Team scores:
1. Marshfield Columbus Catholic 52; 2. Chippewa Falls McDonell 54; 3. Augusta 77; 4. Stevens Point Pacelli 78; 5. Colfax 115; 6. Chequamegon 117; 7. Edgar 162.
Overall top 10, Marshfield and Marshfield Columbus Catholic finishers: 1. Grant Price (WAY) 15:45.5; 2. Khalid Hussein (WAY) 15:49.4; 3. Addison Stansbury (STIL) 15:50.6; 4. Joseph Minor (MW) 15:56.6; 5. Miguel Mathias (NEK) 15:59.4; 6. Mitchell Tollander (WAY) 16:00.9; 7. Blake Buysse (WAY) 16:01.9; 8. Caleb Haugland (MW) 16:02.5; 9. Andrew Brandt (WAY) 16:04.6; 10. Anders Sonnesyn (WAY) 16:18.6; 19. Joseph McKee (MAR) 16:56.6; 27. Jordan Dzikowich (MAR) 17:18.8; 28. Joshua McKee (MAR) 17:22.5; 40. Addison Hill (MAR) 17:37.6; 45. Joshua Guyer (MCC) 17:55.1; 50. Peyton Nystrom (MCC) 18:11.3; 53. Bryce Fuerlinger (MCC) 18:23.9; 54. Eli Swanson (MAR) 18:25.4; 55. Jacob Dick (MAR) 18:29.9; 60. Jeremiah Giles (MCC) 18:46.3; 62. Ben Claessens (MAR) 18:56.0; 67. Paul Fischer (MAR) 19:10.4; 79. Flynn McQuillen (MCC) 19:35.2; 91. Jacob Dick (MCC) 19:58.9; 93. Will Boyer (MCC) 20:11.3.
Girls
Division 1
Team scores:
1. Minneapolis Washburn (Minn.) 20; 2. Whitefish Bay 35; 3. Marshfield 76.
Division 2
Team scores:
1. West Salem 27; 2. La Crosse Logan 28; Nekoosa incomplete.
Division 3
Team scores:
1. Chequamegon 43; 2. Stevens Point Pacelli 47; 3. Colfax 80; 4. Marshfield Columbus Catholic 100; 5. Chippewa Falls McDonell 101; 6. Edgar 130; Augusta incomplete.
Overall top 10, Marshfield and Marshfield Columbus Catholic finishers: 1. Emily Covert (MW) 17:46.3; 2. Chloe Garcia-Graffing (MW) 19:13.0; 3. Grace Dickel (MW) 19:20.5; 4. Maggie Keiper (WB) 19:44.1; 5. Marissa Ellenbecker (ED) 19:48.8; 6. Anna Kelly (MW) 19:48.8; 7. Kealan McNally (WB) 20:34.6; 8. Josie Heif (WB) 20:41.5; 9. Kate Schroeder (WS) 20:49.8; 10. Alexa Bartschat (WB) 21:00.8; 17. Sophia Schrodi (MAR) 21:39.3; 27. Lilly O’Brien (MAR) 22:34.1; 35. Dehlia Kilty (MAR) 22:41.6; 38. Hailey Roehl (MCC) 22:57.8; 41. Melanie Lang (MCC) 23:21.8; 48. Leah Brown (MAR) 23:41.1; 51. Marissa Immerfall (MCC) 23:46.1; 60. Elaina Kirschnik (MAR) 24:13.0; 65. Morgan Albrecht (MCC) 24:51.0; 66. Emma Gilkerson (MAR) 25:08.9; 68. Holly Dean (MCC) 26:42.5; 73. Maria Dvorakova (MCC) 27:12.1; 80. Greta Schiferl (MCC) 32:49.8.

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Marshfield cross country boasts experienced boys squad

Posted on 01 September 2017 by paul

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MARSHFIELD – After its strongest finish in 15 years at the Wisconsin Valley Conference Meet last October, the Marshfield boys cross country has high expectations coming into the 2017 campaign.

The Marshfield boys took second place at the WVC Meet it hosted at Frey Field in Spencer last year, with only perennial power Stevens Point beating them out. Point won its 29th-straight conference title, while the Tigers had their best finish on the boys side since 2001.

Marshfield returns 14 boys letterwinners, including seniors Jared Oemig and Jordan Dzikowich, who each earned all-WVC honors with 10th and 11th-place finishes at the conference meet.

Senior Paul Fischer, juniors Carter Chojnacki, Jacob Dick, Nathaniel Phillips and Eli Swanson, and sophomores Ben Claessens, Evan Ellis, Addison Hill, Joseph McKee, Joshua McKee, and Spencer Wirthlin also are back for the Tigers after competing at one time or another at the varsity level last season.

“Last fall, we had too many lineup changes and that was because we were inconsistent as a team,” Marshfield coach Dan Akin said. “With another summer of training, this group is ready to compete and become a more consistent group. The boys worked hard this summer and in spring track, and are ready to improve over last year’s season.

“We have a big crew of runners (50 boys) and that will provide us some depth as the season goes on. I like what I’ve seen so far.”

The Marshfield girls will look to improve on a sixth-place finish at the WVC Meet last fall.

Seniors Sophia Schrodi, Lilly O’Brien and Katelyn Gauerke, juniors Jocie Anderson and Emma Gilkerson, and sophomore Madysen Bohman are returning letterwinners for the Tigers, and are joined by a number of newcomers, including nine freshmen.

“We have a nice mix of veterans and new varsity runners, including nine new ninth grade runners on our girls team,” Akin said. “The girls have worked hard so far and the new girls have shown great work ethic early on. These ladies will continue to get better in time.”

Marshfield opens its season Saturday at the Marshfield Columbus Catholic Invitational. The traditional Labor Day weekend meet will be held at Wildwood Park beginning at 9:30 a.m.

The Marshfield Tiger Invitational will be held at Frey Field for the first time, instead of Wildwood Park.

The meet, featuring 23 teams including Auburndale, Columbus Catholic, Spencer and Stratford, will be held Sept. 5 starting at 4:15 p.m.

“It was a hard decision,” Akin said of moving the meet away from Wildwood Park. “It was not taken lightly. Mark (Frey) has put so much time and energy into his course. It’s an all grass surface, one of the finest facilities, and it’s right here for us.”

Marshfield Columbus Catholic Cross Country Invitational
When:
Saturday, Sept. 2
Where: Wildwood Park, Marshfield

Marshfield Tiger Cross Country Invitational
When:
Tuesday, Sept. 5, 4:15 p.m.
Where: Frey Field, Spencer
Teams competing: Marshfield, Rhinelander, Athens, Auburndale, Black River Falls, Chippewa Falls, Colby, Marshfield Columbus Catholic, Edgar, Flambeau, Granton, Greenwood, Lakeland, Loyal, Marathon, Medford, Nekoosa, Pittsville, Spencer, Stratford, Tomah, Wausau East, Wisconsin Rapids.

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30 students participate in inaugural Great Pumpkin Run at Bream Park

Posted on 27 October 2016 by paul

A total of 30 kids ran in the one-mile Great Pumpkin Run on Thursday at Braem Park. (Submitted photo)

A total of 30 kids ran in the one-mile Great Pumpkin Run on Thursday at Braem Park. (Submitted photo)

The Marshfield Middle School and Marshfield High School cross country teams sponsored the Great Pumpkin Run on Thursday at Braem Park. (Submitted photo)

The Marshfield Middle School and Marshfield High School cross country teams sponsored the Great Pumpkin Run on Thursday at Braem Park. (Submitted photo)

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MARSHFIELD – A total of 30 children from kindergarten through sixth grade participated in the inaugural Great Pumpkin Run on Thursday at Braem Park.

The run was sponsored by the Marshfield Middle School and Marshfield High School cross country teams.

The group of runners ran a one-mile course through Braem Park on Thursday afternoon.

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Grade school Great Pumpkin Run set for Thursday at Braem Park

Posted on 26 October 2016 by paul

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The Marshfield Middle School and Marshfield High School cross country teams will hosting the Great Pumpkin One Mile Run at Braem Park on Thursday.

The event is open for all children in kindergarten through sixth grade.

Registration begins at 3:30 p.m. at the Braem Park Shelter, with the running beginning at 4 p.m.

A parent permission slip must be signed prior to the run.

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Marshfield cross country ends season at WIAA Division 1 Stevens Point sectional

Posted on 22 October 2016 by paul

The Marshfield boys cross country team finished fifth at the WIAA Division 1 sectional Saturday at Standing Rock Park in Stevens Point. (Submitted photo)

The Marshfield boys cross country team finished fifth at the WIAA Division 1 sectional Saturday at Standing Rock Park in Stevens Point. (Submitted photo)

The Marshfield girls cross country team competed at the WIAA Division 1 sectional Saturday at Standing Rock Park in Stevens Point. (Submitted photo)

The Marshfield girls cross country team competed at the WIAA Division 1 sectional Saturday at Standing Rock Park in Stevens Point. (Submitted photo)

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STEVENS POINT – Marshfield junior Jordan Dzikowich missed out on a trip to the state meet by just 13 seconds as he placed 15th at the WIAA Division 1 cross country sectional on Saturday at Standing Rock Park.

The top two teams and top five individuals not on those teams at the sectional qualified for next Saturday’s 2016 WIAA State Cross Country Meet, which will be held at the Ridges Golf Course in Wisconsin Rapids.

Dzikowich was sixth among those not on sectional champion Stevens Point and runner-up Appleton North, finishing in 17:19. Michael Jarvis of Hortonville grabbed the final individual qualifying spot, taking 12th in 17:06.

Jared Oemig was 26th in 17:43 and Addison Hill took 30th in 17:50 for Marshfield, which was fifth in the team standings.

Stevens Point and Hortonville earned the team spots in the state meet for the girls. Marshfield was 10th.

Sophia Schrodi took 39th in 21:25 and Lilly O’Brien was 46th in 21:45 for the Tigers.

“Jordan Dzikowich gave just a super effort today and nearly qualified as an individual at state missing it by just one place,” Marshfield coach Dan Akin said. “Our ninth graders really stepped it up on the boys’ side with Addison Hill, Joseph McKee and Evan Ellis in our top five. Sophia Schrodi and Lilly O’Brien had great finishes to their seasons today on the girls’ side.”

2016 WIAA Division 1 Cross Country Sectional
Oct. 22, at Standing Rock Park, Stevens Point
*State meet qualifiers
Boys
Team scores:
*1. Stevens Point 31; *2. Appleton North 67; 3. Hortonville 86; 4. D.C. Everest 143; 5. Marshfield 146; 6. Wausau East 148; 7. Appleton East 172; 8. Wisconsin Rapids 185; 9. Appleton West 209; 10. Tomah 235; 11. Wausau West 343; 12. Merrill 350.
Top 10, state qualifiers, and Marshfield finishers: 1. Ricky Perez (SP) 16:10; *2. Axel Treinen (WE) 16:17; 3. Ethan Cruz (AN) 16:20; 4. Derek Franz (SP) 16:20; 5. Thomas Weed (AN) 16:32; 6. Liam Belsno (SP) 16:50; 7. Mark Stoskopf (SP) 16:53; 8. Stephen Dinkler (AN) 16:54; *9. Isaiah Winowiski (DC) 16:56; *10. Noah Bruehl (AE) 17:00; *11. Joseph Nicholson (HOR) 17:02; *12. Michael Jarvis (HOR) 17:06; 15. Jordan Dzikowich (MAR) 17:19; 26. Jared Oemig (MAR) 17:43; 30. Addison Hill (MAR) 17:50; 33. Joseph McKee (MAR) 17:59; 42. Evan Ellis (MAR) 18:18; 54. Jacob Dick (MAR) 18:28; 74. Paul Fischer (MAR) 19:27.
Girls
Team scores:
*1. Stevens Point 56; *2. Hortonville 62; 3. Appleton North 74; 4. Wausau West 121; 5. Appleton East 132; 6. D.C. Everest 155; 7. Wausau East 165; 8. Appleton West 211; 9. Wisconsin Rapids 218; 10. Marshfield 288; 11. Merrill 293; 12. Tomah 303.
Top 10, state qualifiers, and Marshfield finishers: 1. Brooke Jaworski (WW) 19:12; 2. Alyssa Rafuse (HOR) 19:21; 3. Hannah Lohrenz (HOR) 19:21; *4. Mary Rose Flood (AN) 19:21; *5. Mariah Haight (WE) 19:26; 6. Maddie Hyland (SP) 19:38; *7. Sydney Squier (AN) 19:51; 8. Grace Belson (SP) 19:53; *9. Willow Sering (WR) 19:57; 10. Madelyn Schneider (SP) 19:59; 39. Sophia Schrodi (MAR) 21:25; 46. Lilly O’Brien (MAR) 21:45; 58. Madysen Bohman (MAR) 22:45; 71. Selena Rocha (MAR) 23:23; 74. Lottie Schrodi (MAR) 23:48; 76. Emma Gilkerson (MAR) 24:24; 78. Jocie Anderson (MAR) 24:28.

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