THE CITY REBORN FROM THE ASHES OF AMERICA'S MOST DISASTROUS FOREST FIRE
Area Athletes Get Back on The Track
Issue Date: April 18, 2019
Bulldog Boys Tie
for Second, Girls
Fourth at Kewaunee
Peshtigo competed at the five-team Kewaunee track and field meet on Tuesday, taking second in the boys' standings and fourth amongst the girls' teams.
For the Peshtigo boys, Jerod Jandt won the 20-runner 100-meter dash in 11.76 seconds and the 200-meter dash in 23.93 seconds. Jesse Jandt was fifth in the 100 (12.34) and Ezra Swanson took fourth in the 200-meter dash (24.66).
Reid Marquardt won the 800-meter run (2:07.13) and Caleb Smith topped the 3200-meter field (11:06.03). Mitchell VanVooren took home gold in the 110-meter hurdles (15.46) and 300-meter hurdles (41.94).
In the field, Seth Davis won the high jump with a 5-foot-7 top jump and Max Rauch won the pole vault (13-6).
In the 400-meter dash, Alex Dolata was second (56.80). Logan Smith was fourth in the 1600-meter (5:34.058).
The Peshtigo 4x100 team was third (49.70), the 4x200 team was second (1:43.16) and the 4x400 team placed second (3:46.06). The Peshtigo 4x800 squad won by 19 seconds (9:37.49).
For the Peshtigo girls,
Arikka Carroll was fourth in the 100-meter (13.97) and she won the 200-meter dash (28.52). Morgan Nicklaus was fifth in the 200 (29.65).
In the 1600-meter run, Alana Finger took fourth (6:16.75).
Gabby Perry won the 300-meter hurdles (56.56) and was third in the 100-meter hurdles (18.55).
Maria Powers took fourth in the shot put (30-2) and third in the discus (84-6). In the pole vault, Viola Smith was second (7-6) and Jessi Swiatnicki was fifth (6-0). Salsabeel Salem placed fifth in the triple jump (25-7.5).
Peshtigo's 4x100 and 4x400 relay teams were second (1:03.59, 4:45.65).
Take Second at
Marinette hosted Little Chute and Clintonville for a triangular track and field meet on Tuesday, taking second in both the boys' and girls' standings.
The Marine girls were just a point away from getting a team win at home, trailing the Little Chute Mustangs, who won both sides of the event.
Marinette got a good look at a lot of different athletes, with over 50 entrants in girls' events.
Cora Wendt got a win in the 400-meter dash (1:07.98) and Katelyn Kitzinger topped the field in the 800-meter (2:26.89). In the 1600, Kimberly Carviou was second (5:40.58).
Sherrie Wu was third in the 100-meter dash (13.75). In the 3200, Samantha Pieper was second (13:37.09) and Hadley Reines took third (13:38.75).
In the 100-meter hurdles, Emma Wendt was second (17.61).
The Marinette 4x100 team of Aliya Brown, Amara Smalls, Riley Renne and Wu took first of two teams (54.82) and a 4x400 team of Ciara Grawey, Cora Wendt, Kitzinger and Carviou topped the field in 4:23.76.
In the field, Lindsey Wingender won the shot put (33-7) and Emily Paulsen was third (32-9). Lindsey Wingender won the discus throw (99-10) and Abby Wingender placed second (90-8).
In the high jump, Cora Wendt tied for second (4-6) and Ciara Grawey took second in the pole vault (7-6). In the triple jump, Charli Nowak took second (29-5.5).
The Marinette boys were just three points off the team lead.
Nearly 90 entrants competed for Marinette. Finishing in the top three for Marinette were the following:
Alex Shaw won the 100-meter dash (11.48) and Sam Drees (12:13) was third. Shaw also won the 200-meter dash (23.67), with teammate Darrell Dufek placing third (24.95). Drees was second in the pole vault. (10 feet).
In the 800-meter run, Carson Polomis took gold (2:07.62) and Jacob Michaels was third (2:16.06). The same was true in the 1600, where Polomis was victorious by a nearly 10-second margin (4:38.54) and Michaels placed third (4:58.73). In the 3200-meter, Matt Maye was third (11:08.52).
Jeremy Wendt won the 110-meter hurdles (15.60) by over four seconds, also tying for first in the high jump (5-8) with Shaw.
In the 4x100 relay, Marinette was second by less than half a second with a team of Drees, Dalton Kaster, Joaquim Hardiman and Anthony Jardeen. The Marine 4x200 team got a win with Dufek, Jardeen, Shaw and Wendt (1:34.46).
Cory Siebers was first in the shot put (44-3) and Steven Dixion was second in the discus (118-6).
In the long jump, Kaster took second (17-2) and Finn Seaborg placed third (16-7).
Marinette had all three top spots in the triple jump, along with number four Caden Sullivan. Matt Kramer was first (40-11.5), Alec Queever took second (32-11.25) and Dylon Fewins placed third (32-3.5).