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Lady Marines Take Top Spot at Spartan Invite
Issue Date: April 4, 2019
The Marinette Marine track and field teams competed at the Spartan Invitational in Oshkosh on Thursday.
The Marine girls did not disappoint, winning the eight-team meet.
Katelyn Kitzinger won the 400-meter dash in 1 minute, 2 seconds. She also came in second in the 800 (2:34.89).
The Marinette 1600-meter relay team won the race in 4:24.90, the Marinette 800-meter team won in 1:59.38, Kim Carviou won the 1600-meter run in 5:51.57 and Emma Wendt topped the 60-meter hurdles in 10.16).
Aliya Brown was second in the 60-meter dash (8.46). Sherrie Wu was third (8.48). In the triple jump, Charlie Nowak came in second (29-11) Ciara Grawey finished second in the 60-meter hurdles (10.97) and third in the pole vault. Brown was third in the long jump (15-4.75) and Wu came in fourth (15-3.75).
The Marine boys placed fourth of 11 teams, led by Carson Polomis, who won the 1600-meter in 4:50.13.
Marinette's 800-meter relay team also got a win.
Jeremy Wendt took fourth in the 60-meter hurdles (8.97).
Bulldogs Compete in Seymour Indoor Invite
The Peshtigo Bulldogs took fifth of six teams in Seymour on Thursday and the boys took sixth.
Gabby Perry was fourth in the 55-meter hurdles (10.77 seconds) and 200-meter hurdles (36.20) and Arikka Carroll was fourth in the 55-meter dash (8.28).
Peshtigo's 800-meter relay team was third (2:12.63) and Alana Finger was fourth in the 800-meter individual (3:04.73). Peshtigo's 1600-meter team took second (5:01.92),
In the high jump, Alexis Haynes took fifth (4-2), while Viola Smith (7-0) and Jessi Swiatnicki (6-0) were second and fourth in the pole vault, respectively.
Despite not topping the team leaderboard, Peshtigo coach Stephanie Nault was happy with how things are progressing for a young Bulldogs team.
"The freshmen girls continue to impress us with their improving skills, motivation and positive attitudes. We also have some upperclassmen stepping up and showing some strong leadership," she said. "We are very proud of all these girls and the hard work they are doing."
For the Peshtigo boys, Max Rauch won the pole vault (12-6) and Jerod Jandt was second in the 55-meter dash (7.02).
In the 400-meter dash, Alex Dolata took third (1:00.94) and Titipong Preechakul came in fifth (1:07.78). In the triple jump, John Conn took second (35-2) and Kyle Goneau was fourth (34-10.5)
Luxemburg-Casco won the girls' team event, followed by Clintonville, Chilton, Seymour, Peshtigo and Denmark.
For the boys, Lux-Casco also topped the standings, followed by Seymour, Clintonville, Chilton, Denmark and Peshtigo.