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Coleman's Girls, Oconto Boys win at Lena C.C. Invite

Issue Date: September 16, 2020

Oconto's boys and Coleman's girls picked up wins at the Lena Cross Country Invite on Thursday.

In the boys' race, Oconto's Josh Woller paced the 28-runner field with a time of 18 minutes, 23 seconds. Kadin Baxter took fourth (19:43), Logan Allen was eighth (20:08), Bryton Fuller took 14th (21:10), Preston Williams was 15th (21:11) and Josh Maynard came in 16th (21:13).

Oconto had 11 total runners in the race, with Braden Shallow taking 19th (22:11), Jackson Martin in 20th (22:20), Christian Koch placing 25th (26:22), Kyle McFadden taking 26th (27:05) and Ethan Brooks placing 27th (27:42).

The Coleman girls were victorious as a team, with Sara Seefeldt's third-place finish the best of the Cougar bunch (23:51). Kiersten Jensen took seventh (25:06), Desiree Nowak was 13th (27:02), Ember DeWitt came in 15th (27:05), Courtney DenRuyter was 16th (27:17) and Lauryn Seefeldt came in 23rd (28:27).

Coleman's boys were second. Karson Casper took second (18:42), Alex Rennie was fifth (19:45), John Nowak took 12th (20:43), Ray LeMieux was 13th (21:04) and Coby DenRuyter took 22nd (25:44).

This was the Cougars' first meet of the season. Like most teams, they've rebuilt their schedule from scratch and managed to get six meets on the calendar for this fall.

"To say this year has been different would be a huge understatement," Coleman coach Becky Chaltry said. "I am very proud of my runners for their performances in the meet as I know it wasn't our "normal' first meet in Freedom like they're used to, but their attitudes are great and I have a wonderfully coachable team this year, so I am thankful for that."

The Goodman-Pembine boys took third, with three top-10 finishes from Kody Stahley in seventh (20:07), freshman Caleb Meissner in ninth (20:09) and Kevin Strietzel taking 10th (20:20).

Lena had three runners in the boys' race with some fairly strong days. May Beyer took third in the field (19:38), Dylan Comins was sixth (20:06) and Reed Hosking came in 11th (20:22).

Three Lakes had several runners in the race as well.

Suring's girls took second as a team. Sophomore Olivia Noack paced the Eagles with a second-place finish off 22:11, Chantelle Vandenelzen took sixth (25:01) and Hailey Thompson was 11th (25:45). Georgia Gerndt was 18th (27:20) and Samantha Seibert came in 21st (27:52) to round out the Eagle finishers.

Oconto's girls were third. Jenessa Schneider took eighth (25:07), Josie Mireles was ninth (25:20), Lauryn Hendzel took 10th (25:34), Elizabeth Finger placed 14th (27:04), Ellie Finger took 19th (27:29) and Jadyn Floyd was 20th (27:40).

Like the Oconto boys, the girls had 11 girls in the race as well. Brooklyn Rasmussen took 25th (29:11), Hallie Wusterbarth took 27th (29:56), Maddelyn Olive was 28th (32:09), Nevaeh Brill was 29th (32:10) and Josie Sieber placed 30th (32:25).

Goodman/Pembine had four girls in the race: Joley Berger took fourth (24:36), Kalen Berger took 17th (27:18), Rebekah Strietzel was 22nd (28:15) and Rikki Snyder came in 31st (33:02).

For Lena, Kennedy Marquardt was fifth overall (24:52), but the Wildcats did not qualify for a team score, with only four runners. Megan Shallow was 24th (28:38), Ruth Alberts took 32nd (34:35) and Samara VanArk came in 33rd (35:13

Marinette Girls Top Oconto Falls Triangular

Pack running helped Marinette's girls picked up a team win at the Oconto Falls Triangular on Friday.

Marinette had five runners in the top ten of the 20 runners in the girls' varsity race. Grace Jones led the pack with a second-place finish in 22 minutes, 10 seconds, Sam Pieper was fifth (23:48) and three Marines filled out spots eight, nine and 10. Molly Knutson took eighth (24:06), Hadley Reines was ninth (24:10) and Ava Dahlman came in 10th (24:28).

Maya Carivou took 12th (25:06) and Karissa Valitchka was 20th (28:43).

Little Chute's girls were second and Oconto Falls' girls took third as a team, led by Hannah Ludemann's third-place finish (22:42). Alexis Euclide was sixth (23:58), Maddy Przbylski took 13th (25:23), Sydney Bell was 14th (26:15), Aspen Canavera took 15th (26:39), Jaden Reed was 17th (27:16), Helen Marquardt came in 18th (27:35) and Ellie Sager was 20th (27:50).

Little Chute's Jessica Wilson took first in the girls' race with a time of 20:42.

The Little Chute boys won the boys' race, with five of the top six runners and seven of the top nine.

Oconto Falls was second, while Marinette did not have enough runners to field a full boys team.

For Oconto Falls, Joe Adams was third with a time of 17:40, Braden Uelman was 10th of 21 (19:35), Grant Yuma took 11th (20:07), Aidan Stary was 15th (21:26), Landon Budz took 17th (22:48) and Damien Reed was 19th (24:04).

Marinette's three runners were Ryan Demmith, Alec Queever and Rodney Holler. Demmith took seventh (19:13), Queever was 12th (20:15) and Holler took 21st (27:15).

Coleman Boys Sprint Past the Field in Crandon

The Coleman Cougar boys' cross country team picked up a win in Crandon Tuesday night in a battle against several familiar opponents.

The Cougars topped Crivitz, Goodman-Pembine and Crandon in the team standings, with runners from Lena/St. Thomas Aquinas Academy, Florence, Laona/Wabeno and Three Lakes also taking part.

Coleman was led by Karson Casper, who took third of 40 runners (19:18.9). Fellow Cougars junior Alex Rennie was on his tail in fourth (20:27.20), John Nowak took seventh (21:00.9) and Ray Lemieux placed eighth (21:06.7). Coby DenRuyter took 26th (24:12.3) to round out the Coleman finishers.

For Crivitz, freshman Sam Lieuwen took second (18:44.90) in the field, behind only Laona/Wabeno's Matthew Seeber, with the senior finishing in 18 minutes, 6 seconds. For Crivitz, Joey Pickett was sixth (20:48.6), Jacob Behrendt placed 10th (21:27.9), Tegan Werner was 14th (22:13.3), Alec Grandaw was 20th (22:54.2), Chad Schroeder took 24th (23:44.7) and Kaiden Goltz was 31st (25:25.8).

For the Goodman-Pembine Patriots, Kody Stahley was ninth (21:11.9), Caleb Meissner took 11th (21:41.4), Kevin Strietzel came in 16th (22:24.5), Ryan Ehlert placed 19th (22:50.3), Jacob Kassel was 28th (25:05.4), Ely Marcy took 30th (25:25.4), Lamarr Lewis was 39th (29:41.6) and Joey Henkelman came in 40th (32:43.8).

For Lena/STAA, Max Beyer took fifth (20:34.4), Reed Hosking was 12th (22:04.2) and Luke Misco was 22nd (23:10.2).

Florence had one runner in the race, Andrew Hirn, who took 15th (22:13.5).

There were only two full girls' teams on the night, but there were 38 runners in the race, comparable to the boys' race.

Coleman's girls were second to Laona/Wabeno on the night. Sara Seefeldt led the way in third (23:54.1), Desiree Nowak took 13th (26:59.5), Kiersten Jensen was 16th (27:30.6), Ember Dewitt placed 18th (27:40.5), Courtney DeRuyter was 22nd (28:21.2) and Lauren Seefeldt was 26th (29:31.8).

"We had a pretty good night," Coleman coach Becky Chaltry said. "The course may have been a tad long as our times were a little slower, but it could've also been that the course was a lot of repeats so that can be mentally tough. Overall I was pleased with our performances."

There were more teams present in the race, but without five finishers they did not qualify for team scores.

Crivitz was led by a couple of top-10 finishes from Grace Allard in sixth (24:30.7) and Bella Galindo taking eighth (25:03.9). Abby Bauer took 19th (27:43.8) and Brook Bourn was 36th (25:29.9).

Suring's leading runner was Chantelle Vandenelzen in 10th (25:56.9). Samantha Seibert was 27th (29:34.3), Hailey Thompson was 29th (29:51.2) and Georgia Gerndt placed 31st (30:48.2).

For Florence, Kiera Sullivan took 14th (27:10.5), Caitlyn Kelley took 17th (27:37.7) and Paige Uren was 38th (37:58.6).

Goodman-Pembine was led by Joley Berger, who took 11th (26:07.5). Kalen Berger took 21st (27:47.3), Rebekah Strietzel was 32nd (32:44.7) and Rikki Snyder-Hamilton was 35th (35:18.9).

For Lena/STAA, Kennedy Marquardt was 12th (26:46.5), Megan Shallow took 30th (30:39.3) and Samara Vanark was 37th (36:52).


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