Area Outdoor Track & Field Season Gets UnderwayIssue Date: April 11, 2019
Sturgeon Bay Sweeps
Peshtigo hosted its first track meet of the year on Tuesday, welcoming Sturgeon Bay, Southern Door and Oconto to town.
Sturgeon Bay topped both the boys' and girls' standings. Peshtigo was third in both and Oconto fourth in both.
The Peshtigo girls had plenty of winners on the day.
Arikka Carroll was third in the 100-meter dash (13.88) and she won the 200-meter dash (29.02). Morgan Nicklaus was third in the 200 (29.80).
Emily Halfmann won the 3200-meter run by almost a minute (14:00.00) and Jessi Swiatnicki won the pole vault (6-0). Nicklaus was third (5-6).
Nellie Bibb was fourth in the 300-meter hurdles (1:07.20) and 100-meter hurdles (21.40).
In the 400-meter dash, Lianna Baxter was fourth (1:11.28). Baxter tied for fourth with teammate Alexis Haynes in the high jump at four feet.
Maria Powers was third in the shot put (29-5.75).
Peshtigo's 4x800 relay team of Alana Finger, Swiatnicki, Halfmann and Brenna Schoenebeck was third of three teams (11:51.05).
For the Peshtigo boys, there were a handful of winners as well.
Jerod Jandt won the 100-meter dash (11.52) and Jesse Jandt was second (12.14). Jerod Jandt also took second in the 200-meter (24.95)
Cole Trimberger won the 1600-meter run (4:59.17) and Logan Smith was fourth (5:26.46). Alex Dolata topped all runners in the 400-meter dash, as he was the only runner under a minute (59.12) and Reid Marquardt beat all runners in the 800 by at least 16 seconds (2:07.97).
Caleb Smith won the four-runner 3200-meter in 10:57.30, topping the field by nearly two minutes and Seth Davis won the high jump (5-7). Max Rauch won the pole vault by three and half feet (13-6) and Nick Parrett was fifth (8-6).
Kyle Goneau was third in the 300-meter hurdles (48.87). In the long jump, John Conn was second (17-9.75) and Tittipong Preechakul was third (16-8.75). Kyle Goneau took fourth in the triple jump (35-6.75). Nate Goneau was fourth in the discus throw (85'), and third in the shot put (33-7.5). Darius Sechen was fifth in the discus throw (83-6) and Ezra Swanson took fifth in the shot put (31-5).
The Bulldog 4x400 team of Jerod Jandt, Trimberger, Marquardt and VanVooren was first (3:42.17). Peshtigo's 4x200 relay team was third of three teams, with Conn, Jesse Jandt, Omer Farghali andPreechakul (1:46.58).
For Oconto's girls, Hannah Moe won the 400-meter dash (1:07.50) and Josie Mireles was fifth (1:14.81). Moe also took fifth in the 200 (30.26) and long jump (13-4).
For the Oconto boys, Christian Koch was third in the 400 meters (1:01.21). Kumhala Mitchell was fifth in the high jump (4-6).
Marine Girls First,
Boys Second at
On Thursday, April 4, the Marinette girls topped the varsity standings and the boys were second of eight teams in Denmark
Katelyn Kitzinger won the 400-meter dash (1:06.55), with Cora Wendt taking fifth (1:10.17). Kitzinger also topped the ranks in the 800-meter run (2:44.82). Kimberly Carviou took second in the 1600-meter (5:52.54)
Cora Wendt won the high jump with a jump of 4-6 and Nowak won the triple jump (31-5.75). Ciara Grawey placed second in the pole vault (7-6) and Sherrie Wu second in the long jump (14-10)
Riley Renne placed third in the 200-meter (29.78) and Wu too fourth in the 100-meter dash (14.11). In the 100-meter dash, Grawey was third (18.76) and Emma Wendt placed fourth (18.86). Grawey was third in the 300-meter hurdles (57.00) and Wendt came in fifth (58.86).
The Marinette 4x100 relay team of Courtney Anderson, Amara Smalls, Renne and Wu took third (56.78). Another Marine 4x100 team of Layla Loomis, Charli Nowak, Elise Schmiege and Teagahn Luitze was fourth (58.01). A 4x200 team of Renne, Luitze, Smalls and Anderson placed third (2:03.33) and a 4x400 relay team of Cora Wendt, Grawey, Carviou and Kitzinger took second (4:34.20). A 4x800 team of Samantha Pieper, Hadley Reines, Ava Dahlman and Cora Wendt took third (11:41.17).
In the shot put, Lindsey Wingender took fourth (31-5.25) and Emily Paulsen was fifth (31-.5). Lindsey Wingender won the discus throw (103-1) and Abby Wingender was second (95-0).
The Marinette boys had a large number of entries on the day.
Alex Shaw won the 100-meter dash in 11.62 seconds, beating the second-place runner by .01. His lead was a little bigger in the 200-meter dash, which he won with a time of 23 seconds.
In the 800-meter run, Carson Polomis was second (2:09.44). Teammate Jacob Michaels won the 1600-meter run by over nine seconds (4:57.03) and Matt Maye was third (5:06.38). Polomis did get a win, taking the 3200-meter race with a time of 10:21.76. Michaels was fourth (11:01.47).
Jeremy Wendt won the 110-meter hurdles (16.16) and took second in the 300-meter hurdles (44.46).
Marinette's 4x100 relay team got a win in 47.23. The team consisted of Sam Drees, Dalton Kaster, Joaquim Hardiman and Anthony Jardeen. A 4x200 team of Darrell Dufek, Wendt, Jardeen and Shaw won as well (1:36.79).
Richard Green took fifth in the high jump (5-2).
Kewaunee won the boys' team event and Reedsville was third. In the girls' event, Weyauwega-Fremont took second and Reedsville was third.
VanVooren Leads Area
Runners at State
Peshtigo's boys track team competed at the Wisconsin Boys State Indoor Track and Field Championships in Whitewater on Saturday, taking 24th of 50 teams.
Mitchell VanVooren was third of 45 runners in the 55-meter hurdles with a time of 7.86 seconds, .12 off the lead.
Max Rauch took seventh in the pole vault (13-6). Jerod Jandt took 37th in the 400-meter dash (54.72) and 53rd in the 55-meter dash (6.90). Reid Marquardt was 22nd in the 800-meter (2:04.35).
Kimberly won the event, followed by Franklin and Fond du Lac. Teams from around the state, from Madison and Milwaukee to outlying areas of the state, competed at the event.
Oconto Falls also had competitors at the event. Brent Wolf was 25th in the 55-meter hurdles (8.50), also running on the 4x200 team that took 36th. Other runners were Keeshawn Katers, Aaron Gonnering and Owen Huber (1:40.12).
Dakota Carriveau was 26th in the shot put (44-4.5) and Aaron Gonnering placed 77th in the 55-meter dash (7.07)
Crivitz Girls and Boys
Dominate at Lena
The Crivitz Track and Field squad outperformed the comnpetion Tuesday night in Lena. The Girls of Crivitz took the win with a 90 point readout and were followed by Suring with 72, Coleman with 46 and Lena with 42.
The Boys also bagged a win for the Wolverines with an 89 point readout. The Lena boys placed second with 45 while Suring was third with 44. Coleman took fourth with 42.
The girls completion saw Suring edge Crivitz by four seconds in the 3200 meter relay with a time of 12:02.
The 100 meter hurdles was taken by Coleman's Hope Patz in 19.28 seconds.
Desiree Hurning gave Lena a win in the 100 mere dash with a time of 13.97 while Ryan Wagner took the 1600 meter run for Suring.
The 800 meter relay was won by Crivitz with a time of 2:05 while the 400 meter dash was won by Kennedy Marquardt of Lena with a time of 1:08.26.
The 400 meter relay was taken by Lena with a time of 1:02.11 while the 300 meter dash was won by Coleman's Patz.
The 200 meter dash was bagged by Kennedy Marqpuartdt with a time of 28.53 while the 3200 meter run was won by Carely Geniesse of Suring with a time of 15:51.
Crivitz took another six point with a win in the 1600 meter really with a time of 5:12.
The discus was won by Crivitz's Emalee Johnsen with a distance of 97-1. High jump was won by Patz with a height of 5 feet.
Long jump was won by Wolverine Chloe Gruszynski with a distance of 13-10.25. She also won the triple jump with a distance of 30.10.
Pole vault was taken byWolverine Aj Heartache with a height of seven feet.
Shot put was won by Kailee Sellen with a throw of 32-10.
The guys saw Lena win the 3200 meter relay uncontested with a time of 11:14.
The 110 hurdles was taken by Wolverine Ezekiel Lawrence with a run of 16.59.
The 100 meter dash was won by Wolverine Jayden Bemis with a time of 11.81 while the 1600 meter run was taken by Coleman's Evan Stank with a time of 5:55.
The 800 meter relay was won by Crivitz with a time of 1:42 while the 400 meter dash was taken by Coleman's Kartson casper with a time of 58.25.
Crivitz won the 400 meter really in 50.77 while the 300 meter was taken by Coleman's Tim wagner in 53.11.
The 800 meter run was won by Karson Casper in 2:24 while the 200 meter dash was won by lena's Hayden Knox in 28.03.
James DesJarlais won the 3200 meter run in 14.02 for Lena.
Crivitz's Hunter Wittmus won the discus with a throw of 117-9.
High jump was taken by Knox with a Height of 4-8.
Long jump was won by Wolverine Tony Jopek with a distance of 17-8 while Pole Vault was won by Jopek as well with a height of 12 feet.
Shot put was taken by Logan Stuart of lena with a throw of 40-5 while triple jump was 2won by Wolverine Bemis who went 34-9.
Crivitz Sweeps Home
Crivitz hosted Coleman and Laona/Wabeno for a track meet on Thursday, April 4, winning both the boys' and girls' team standings.
In the boys' events, Crivitz got wins from Ezekial Lawrence in the 100-meter hurdles (15.99) and 300-meter hurdles (46.02), Jayden Bemis in the 100-meter dash (11.38), Liam Roman in the 3200-meter (15:00.80), Hunter Wittmus in the discus throw (113-8) and shot put (38-4), Wyatt VanLanen in the high jump (5-4), Tony Jopek in the pole vault (11') and its 800-meter relay team.
Coleman's Karson Casper won the 800-meter run in 2:27.15, the only Coleman winner on boys' side.
For the Crivitz girls, Chloe Gruszynski won the 100-meter dash (14.69), Isabella Galindo won the 400-meter dash (1:11.24), Kassidy Betka won the 200-meter dash (32.69), Zoey Brown took the 3200-meter run (16:07.05), Emalee Johnsen took the discus (100-2), Kailee Sellen won the shot put (31-4.25) and Kjirsten Stumbris topped the pole vaulting field (7-6).
Crivitz also won all four relay events: the 3200-meter relay, 400-meter relay, 800-meter relay and 1600-meter relay.
For Coleman, Hope Patz won the 100-meter high hurdles (19.62), 300-meter hurdles (1:02.66) and high jump (4-10). Faith King won the 1600 (6:17.35) and 800 (2:53.18).
Crivitz and Coleman had the winners in every girls' event, with Laona/Wabeno grabbing five silver finishes.
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