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Peshtigo Boys, Suring Girls Repeat as M&O Champions

Bulldog Boys Finish Strong to Claim Crown

Peshtigo and Suring dominated the M&O Conference Track Meet held on Friday, May 12, with Peshtigo's boys winning the conference and Suring's girls claiming victory.

Peshtigo's boys trailed Suring by 10 points going into the 3200-meter run, the 17 of 18 events of the day, and sealed the victory with a win in the 1600 meters relay. But Peshtigo would take first, second and sixth in the event to go up five points. Reid Marquardt took first (10:51.76) and Cole Trimberger trailed him by just .06 seconds, taking second (10:51.82). Jack Collins took sixth (11:49.70).

Peshtigo got big points from several relay teams. The 4x400 team of Jerod Jandt, Matt Larsen, Ezra Swanson and Justin Thill won (3:47.33), as did a 4x800 team of Thill, Joe Bradley, Connor Smith and Larsen (8:59.89). A 4x100 team of Max Rauch, Max Neumann, Casey Kamm and Cam Lepkowski took second (48.59), as did a 4x200 team of Swanson, Larsen, Lepkowski and Mitchell VanVooren (1:42.80).

Bradley took second in the 400-meter dash (53.73), while Smith finished just .02 seconds behind him (53.73). In the 800-meter run, Smith took second (2:09.10), Bradley was .37 seconds behind him in third (2:09.47) and Thill was .77 seconds off Smith's pace (2:09.87). Smith also took fourth in the triple jump (39'3"). Jandt took third in the 100-meter dash (11.68) and 200-meter dash (23.58), while also taking seventh in the long jump (18'2.75"). Jeremy VanVooren took ninth in the 200-meter dash (27.12). In the 300-meter hurdles, Mitchell VanVooren took second (43.69) and Tyler Lemahieu took seventh (46.76). Lemahieu added a tie for third in the high jump (5'8"), where Joe Sodini also took seventh (5'4"). In the pole vault, Max Rauch took second (12'6") and Nick Parrett placed sixth (9'6"). Lepkowski took second in the discus throw (136'1") and fifth in the shot put (38'4"). Max Neumann was one spot behind in the shot put (37'8.5").

Suring's boys were second. Will Vollmar won the 400-meter dash (53.71), with Ryan Mahoney coming in fifth (57.26). Vollmar also took second in the 100-meter dash (11.64) and 200-meter dash (23.25), with a third-place finish in the long jump (19'5.25"). Mike Lynch took fifth in the 200 (25.37).

John Christensen also gave the Eagles a win in the high jump (6'4"), with Mitch Stegeman claiming third (5'8"). In the 110-meter hurdles, Stegeman took second (17.49), John Christensen took fourth (19.08) and Logan Stuart placed sixth (19.31). Stegeman also took third in the 300-meter hurdles (43.81), while Christensen took sixth (45.78) and Stuart took eighth (48.36). Stegeman claimed first place in the pole vault (13') as well, besting the competition by six inches.

Cody Johnson won the shot put (45'11.5"), with Johnathon Miller taking second (44'4"). Stuart added a fourth-place finish (38'5.5"). Miller took fourth in the discus throw (115'10") and Johnson took seventh (112'4").

In the 1600-meter run, Chris Geniesse took fourth (4:57.04) and Scout Gerndt came in seventh (5:07.69). Geniesse also placed eighth in the 800-meter run (2:15.76), with Connor Geise taking 10th (2:18.19). Gerndt added a third-place finish in the 3200 (10:53.15). In the triple jump, Mahoney took third (39'8"), Stuart took sixth (37'.5") and Geise came in seventh (36'8.75").

A 4x800 relay team of Geise, Gerndt, Mahoney and Geniesse took second (9:03.45), a 4x400 team of Geise, Jeffery Miller, Preston Fisher and Mahoney took third (4:03.19) and a 4x100 team of Johnson, Dequez Depulveda, Jeffery Miller and Lynch took fifth (51.44).

Coleman took third as a boys team. Josh Pillath and Gunnar Patz continued to dominate, with each claiming multiple wins.

Patz was the ig winner of the day claiming the 100-meter dash (11.36), 200-meter dash (22.85), long jump (20'1.25") and triple jump (39'10.75").

Pillath won the 110-meter hurdles (16.22), 300-meter hurdles (43.09) and discus throw (151'8"). Nathan Graetz took 13th in the discus (73'9") and shot put (30'9"). Torry Deastell took 12th in the shot put (31'6").

Devin Schulteplaced second in the long jump (19'9.25") and triple jump (39'10.5"), took fourth in the 100-meter dash (11.98) and came in fifth in the 300-meter hurdles (45.58)

Miles Kremsreiter took second in the 1600-meter run (4:54.10), fourth in the 3200-meter run (11:20.27) and fifth in the 800-meter run (2:12.43). Caleb Gross took 11th in the 800 (2:28.57).

Jake Baldwin took eighth in the 400-meter dash (59.79) and 10th in the pole vault (8').

A 4x200 relay team of John Bieber, Hunter Schlies, Caleb Gross and Allen Sokol took fifth (1:53.80). Coleman's 4x100 team consisted of the same four, taking seventh (53.96).

The Northwoods Storm (Florence/Niagara) took fourth. Caleb Jones provided the team's lone win, completing the 800-meter run in 2:03.48, better than any competitor by over five seconds.

In the 100-meter dash, Eric DeCremer took fifth (12.50), Brent Dumke placed sixth (12.65) and Zach Rice came in 10th (14.54). Devin Dumke took ninth in the 1600-meter run (5:28.45) and In the 110-meter hurdles, Riley Hixon took seventh (20.84). Hixon also took ninth in the 300-meter hurdles (50.02), with Cole Carlson placing fourth (45.23). Carlson took fifth in the 3200-meter (11:49.66) and Devin Dumke took seventh (12:15.08). Brent Dumke took fourth in the long jump (19'2.25"), DeCremer took ninth in the pole vault (8'6") and Carlson took eighth in the triple jump (35'7"). Hunter Browning placed 12th in the discus throw (76'3") and 14th in the shot put (30').

In the 400-meter dash, Quinton Wesolowski took sixth (57.36) and Joe Walstrom placed ninth (1:02.55). Wesolowski also took sixth in the 200-meter dash (25.67), with Walstrom placing 14th (27.95). Dennis Vassar took 10th (27.27). Austin Tripp took ninth in the high jump (4'10") and 800-meter run (2:17.29).

A 4x200 relay team of Jarrod Millan, Vassar, DeCremer and Brent Dumke took third (1:43.61). The same team took fourth in the 4x100 relay (49.54). A 4x400 relay team of Millan, Wesolowski, Jones and Ben Oratch took second (3:50.20). The Storm's 4x800 team of Tripp, Oratch, Jones and Walstrom took third as well (9:03.68).

Crivitz came in fifth. Their only wins from the boys came from their 4x100 and 4x200 teams. The 4x100 team was Leevi-Maye-Thomas, Travis Kudick, Tony Jopek and Kody Richlen. The 4x200 team consisted of Karsten Olson, Kudick, Jopek and Richlen (1:36.57).

In the pole vault, Michael Retza took third (12'6"), with Richlen also taking fourth (10'6") and Jopek placing eighth (9'). Jopek also took fifth in the long jump (18'5.5").

Kudick tied for fifth in the high jump (5'6"), Hunter Tate took 11th in the 1600-meter run (6:00.98) and Nathan Deshchane took 12th in the 100-meter dash (15.68).

In the discus throw, Hunter Wittmus took fifth (112'9"), Mitchel Wiedemeier took 10th (97'8") and Avery Martin took 11th (85'4"). Wiedemeier took third in the shot put as well (41'10.5") and Wittmus took seventh (36'11.5"). Joseph Tomaszewski took 15th (29'8.5").

Lena/St. Thomas Aquinas Academy and Gillett tied for sixth place, with Oneida Nation coming in eighth. For Lena/STAA,

Derrek-David Kasdorf took seventh in the 400-meter dash (59.77) and John Jagiello took 11th in the 100-meter dash (15.46). Austin Lange took fourth in the 200-meter dash (24.82), Zack Cops took 13th (27.94) and Tyler Getchell placed 15th (28.53). Cops also took eighth in the high jump (5'). Lange took seventh in the pole vault (9'), with Trenton Telford tying for 10th (8'). Telford also took fifth in the triple jump (38'2.25"). In the long jump, Alex Skrobel took eighth (15'4") and Kasdorf placed ninth (14'8.5"). Jacob Anderly placed sixth in the discus throw (112'4") and eighth in the shot put (36'4"). A 4x100 relay team of Jacob Staidl, Alex Skrobel, Telford and Lange took third (48.97).

Gillett's top finisher was third-place Bo Krueger in the discus throw (122'5"). Jon Hoeft also took eighth in the discus throw (111'6") and Tyler Lockstein took ninth (101'4"). Krueger also took ninth in the shot put (35'3"), Lockstein took 10th (32'5") and Hoeft took 11th (32'1.5"). Krueger took seventh in the 100-meter dash (13.15) and 11th in the 200-meter dash (27.32), too. Sam Davis took ninth in the 100 (13.55) and 12th in the 200-meter dash (27.63).

Aaron Reiners took fifth in the 400-meter dash (55.88) and sixth in the 200-meter dash (26.62). In the 1600-meter run, Adam Anderson took sixth (5:07.08) and Sam Lemens took 10th (5:30.71). Lemens took eighth in the 3200-meter run (12:17.23). Anderson took seventh in the 800 as well (2:14.43). Wyatt Herzog placed fifth in the pole vault (10') and 10th in the long jump (14'6.25"). A 4x100 relay team of Davis, Lockstein, Herzog and Hans Grover took sixth (53.25).



Eagle Girls Soar to M&O Title

Suring's girls won the M&O Conference Track & Field championship on Friday, finishing 14.5 points ahead of Peshtigo. Blake Seppel led Suring winning the 400-meter dash (1:02.92), and finishing second in the 100-meter dash (13.78), 200-meter dash (28.13) and long jump (14'5.75").

Wylee VanBellinger also took third in the triple jump (30'5.75"), fifth in the 200-meter dash (29.82) and seventh in the 100-meter dash (14.57), with Jenna Reed taking sixth in the 200 (30.89). Katie Stegeman took second in the 400 (1:05.30) and triple jump (30'10"), also taking fourth in the 800-meter run (2:51.87) and high jump (4'8"). Reed added a third place in the high jump (4'8") as well. Linzy Runge took third in the long jump (13'8.5") and Nikki Niemann took 11th (10'10.5").

Runge also captured gold in the 300-meter hurdles (53.13), with Jaden Bubolz placing seventh (1:01.97). In the 100-meter hurdles, Runge took second (18.77) and Stephanie Huth came in eighth (21.64).

Courtney Heimerl won the pole vault for Suring (7'6"). Faith Buhrandt also took fifth in the pole vault (6') and Runge took sixth (6').

Suring's only thrower on the girls' side was Arianna Sepulveda. She took fourth in the shot put (30'2") and sixth in the discus throw (83').

In the 3200-meter run, Maddy School took fifth (14.35.62), Claire Anderson took seventh (16.55.21) and Faith Buhrandt took eighth (18.05.07). Anderson also took fourth in the triple jump (27'4.5").

In the 4x100, Heimerl, Anderson, Huth and Niemann took fourth (59.96). A 4x200 team of Heimerl, Niemann, Jenna Reed and Wylee VanBellinger took second (2:00.60). In the 4x800, a team of Buhrandt, School, Anderson and Alex Galbraith took fourth (13:46.54), ad did a 4x400 team of Heimerl, Buhrandt, Reed and Niemann (4:57.88).

Peshtigo's girls took second. They got wins from Katrina Salmen in the 800-meter run (2:39.16), Claire Neumann in the high jump (4'10"), their 4x800 team of Nadia Khayat, Alana Finger, Maria Powers and Mariah McDonough (11:27.41) and a 4x400 team of Viola Smith, Hannah Swanson, Neumann and Finger.

Neumann also took fourth in the 100-meter dash (14.07). In the 100-meter hurdles, Gabby Perry took fourth (19.88), Sidney Gullicksen took fifth (19.98) and Takwa Salem placed sixth (20.63), with all three finishing within a second of each other. Perry also took fifth in the 300-meter hurdles (56.90) and Gullicksen took sixth (58.65). In the 1600-meter run, Katrina took second (5:51.97) and Mariah McDonough took third (5:53.09). McDonough also took second in the 3200-meter run (12:39.73), while Salmen took fourth (14:04.64).

Their 4x100 team of Khayat, Lindsey Gaines, Brenna Schoenebeck and Danielle Lemke took third (59.76) and their 4x200 team of Joni Polzin, Autumn Falk, Perry and Gullicksen took fourth (2:04.56). In the 400-meter dash, Alana Finger took third (1:06.06) and Courtney Kodric took eighth (1:13.41). Schoenebeck took eighth in the high jump (3'10"). In the 200-meter dash, Smith took third (28.77) and Neumann took fourth (28.92). Smith took third in the pole vault as well (6'6"). In the long jump, Finger took fourth (13'4.5") and Perry took seventh (12'5.5"). Diana Powers took fourth in the discus throw (83'1") and Alexis Tharp took ninth (79'1"). Powers added a second-place finish in the shot put (31'2") as well.

Crivitz was third. They got a win from their 4x200 team of Annabelle Kosmecki, Emalee Johnsen, Chloe Gruszynski and Virginia Popp (1:58.05), as well as their 4x100 team of Gruszynski, Johnsen, Popp and Kjirsten Stumbris (54.48).

Chloe Gruszynski also won the long jump (15'3.75") and tied for fourth in the high jump (4'8"). Lisa Canti took seventh in the high jump (4'2").

Crivitz had winners in the both throwing events as well, with Morgan VanLanen taking the gold (94'11") in the discus throw and Johnsen throwing 94'4" to take second. In the shot put, Kailee Sellen won (31'2") and VanLanen took third (30'5.5"). Jayden Atwood took eighth (26'9.5").

Kosmecki also took third in the 300-meter hurdles (54.19). In the 100-meter dash, Stumbris took fifth (14.27) and Popp took sixth (14.51). Zoey Brown took fifth in the 800-meter run (2:53.78).

In the pole vault, Taylor Bemis took second (7'6") and Stumbris took fourth (6'6"). In the 1600-meter run, Taylor Giese took seventh (6:52.88) and Lexi Schroeder took eighth (6:59.83). Kira Spalding took fifth in the 400-meter dash (1:08.98) and Samantha Sharkey took ninth (1:13.67).

A 4x800 relay team of Schroeder, Brown, Giese and Spalding took second (12:05.03) and a 4x400 team of Brown, Schroeder, Spalding and Sharkey came in fifth (4:52.65).

Gillett's girls took fourth. Victoria Elertson and Lauren Herzog led the way for the Tigers, with Elertson winning the 100-meter hurdles (18.24) and Herzog winning the 1600-meter run (5:43.97) and 3200-meter run with a time better than any opponent by over nine seconds (12:30.41). Elertson also claimed second in the 300-meter hurdles (53.74). Erin Balthazor also took third in the 100-meter hurdles (19.31) and Brehmer took fourth in the 1600 (5:55.97). Balthazor was fourth in the 300-meter hurdles (56.03).

Brehmer took second in the 800-meter run (2:40.19) and Kathy Bierhals took third (2:49). In the 400-meter dash, Bierhals took fourth (1:08.15) and Emily Hairapetian took seventh (1:12.92). Hairapetian took seventh in the 200-meter dash (31.87) and sixth in the long jump (12'5.75"). Bierhals took sixth in the high jump (4'2").

In the discus throw, Grace Wickman took seventh (82'4"), Nikki Schmidt took 12th (67'10") and Angela Guzman took 13th (64'8"). Guzman took 10th in the shot put (25'1.5"), Wickman took 12th (23'10.5") and Schmidt took 14th (23'.5").

A 4x400 relay team of Balthazor, Brehmer, Bierhals and Elertson took second (4:41.90).

Coleman took fifth. Clara Yoap took third in the 3200-meter run (13:23.61) and fifth in the 1600-meter run (6:02.75), Hope Patz took second in the high jump (4'8"), seventh in the 100-meter hurdles (21.21) and eighth in the 300-meter hurdles (1:02.09). Anna Dohl also took sixth in the 3200-meter run (14:59.34). In the 400-meter dash, Faith King took sixth (1:12.12) and Mariah Mursau took 11th (1:16.76).

In the 800-meter run, Megan Seefeldt took sixth (2:58.32), Mariah Payette placed seventh (3:00.20) and Stephanie Faudoa took eighth (3:10.91). In the long jump, Tesssa Torreano took ninth (12'3.25").

In the discus throw, Abigail Marquardt took fifth (83'1"), Dohl took eighth (79'10") and Torreano placed 10th (71'8"). Marquardt also took seventh in the shot put (27'9"), with Dohl taking 11th (24'2.5") and Madeline Wagner claiming 13th (23'9.5").

Faudoa, Payette, Mursau and Megan Seefeldt took third in the 4x800 (12:05.03). A 4x200 team of Marquardt, Jessica Swenty, Morgan Messenger and Torreano took fifth (2:17.61), as did a 4x400 team of Fuadoa, Mursau, Messenger and Payette (5:04.94). A 4x100 team of King, Messenger, Marquardt and Swenty took sixth (1:03.18).

Lena/STAA took sixth. Desirae Hurning and Brianna Sylvester gave the team three total wins, as Hurning won the 100-meter dash (13.52) and 200-meter dash (27.86), with Sylvester winning the triple jump (31'6") and taking third in the 100-meter dash (14.04).

Alexis Misco took sixth in the 1600-meter run (6:25.55), Catie Kramer took eighth in the long jump (12'4.5") and Lilia Shallow took 11th in the discus throw (71'7").

A 4x100 team of Sylvester, Hurning, Delanie Schroeder and Kramer took second (55.29) and a 4x200 team of Sylvester, Emily Lange, Kramer and Mikayla Mahas placed third (2:02.91).

The Northwoods Storm came in seventh of eight teams, finishing ahead of Oneida Nation. Bailey Broullire took fifth in the triple jump (27'2.5"). Jessica Oratch took ninth in the 100-meter hurdles (23.53) and 10th in the 300-meter hurdles (1:02.33). Shawna Broullire took ninth in the 800-meter dash (3:12.36) and 10th in the 400-meter dash (1:15.05). Abbie Bousley took 12th in the long jump (5'10"). In the discus, Hannah Ki'Eiercidy took third (88'), Sydney Weber took 14th (58'9") and Behrmann took 15th (55'11"). Ki'Eiercidy also took fifth in the shot put (30'2") and Behrmann took sixth (28'3.5").

The team's 4x100 relay took fifth (1:01.76). The team consisted of Shawna Broullire, Behrmann, Weber and Ki'Eiercidy.



Marine Girls 4th, Boys 6th At NEC Meet

Freedom won both the boys' and girls' track titles in the North Eastern Conference on Saturday, May 13, with Oconto Falls and Marinette also competing in Waupaca.

Marinette's girls were the top finishers, taking fourth of eight teams. Morgan Florek continued her strong season, as did the rest of Marinette's throwers. Florek took first in the discus (124'11") and second in the shot put (40'7"). Rachel Hoppe took third in the shot put (35'2") and fourth in the discus (107'4"). Dyllan Finger took fifth in the discus (106'8") and Paige Florek took seventh in the shot put (32'3.5").

Kimberly Carviou took second in both the 800-meter run (2:25.72) and 1600-meter run (5:19.77), while adding a 10th-place finish in the pole vault (7'). Katelyn Kitzinger also took fourth in the 800-meter (2:31.31) and placed second in the 400-meter dash (1:00.73).

Danae Prange took fourth in the triple jump (33'9.75"). Aliya Brown took sixth in both the long jump (15'7") and 100-meter dash (13.26). Ciara Grawey took ninth in the high jump (4'4") and Courtney Anderson took ninth in the long jump (14'4.5").

A 4x400 team of Carviou, Kitzinger, Megan Mckenney and Jubilee Lukowski took third (4:19.05). A 4x100 team of Brown, Anderson, Grawey and Lukowski took fourth (52.98). The team's 4x200 (1:57.64) and 4x800 teams took seventh (11:52.77). The 4x200 team consisted of Prange, Mckenney, Anderson and Mariah Boye. The 4x800 team was Mckenney, Makennah Jasper, Teaghan Luitze and Leihan Stocks (11:52.77).

Oconto Falls' girls took eighth. Diane Moore continued to produce good results, winning both the triple jump (35'4.25") and the 300-meter hurdles (48.39), taking second in the 100-meter hurdles (16.29) and fifth in the long jump (15'9").

Ericka Havemeier took fourth in the 100-meter dash (13.15) and fifth in the 200-meter dash (27.64). Breanna Sadowski took ninth in the 1600-meter (5:57.61) and 10th in the 800-meter run (2:42.16). Megan Loberger took ninth in the 3200-meter.

Rickaela Ludwig took seventh in the high jump (4'8") and Kaitlin Kramarczyk took 10th in the shot put (29'3.75"), while Taylor Nowinksi placed ninth in the discus (88'6") and Emily Gonnering took 10th (82'8").

The team's top finishing relay was the 4x800, which took fifth with Loberger, Samantha Coron, Autumn Canavera and Lindsey Schroeder (11:32.80). A 4x400 team of Coron, Canavera, Sadowski and Morgan VanHaren took sixth (4:45.84), a 4x100 team of Ludwig, Havemeier, Kennedy Kratz and Katie Kurth took seventh (54.24) and a 4x200 team of Kratz, VanHaren, Kurth and Ludwig took eighth (1:58.94).

Marinette's boys took sixth of 10 teams. Carson Polomis was the team's top finisher, taking second in the 3200-meter run (10:32.23) and eighth in the 1600-meter run (4:49.77). Nathan Paris also took fourth in the 110-meter hurdles (15.93), ninth in the long jump (18'7.75") and 10th in the 300-meter hurdles (44.75).

Jordan Wendt took third in the high jump (5'10"), while Connor Nelson took fourth in the triple jump (39'7.5") and James Scully took ninth (37'5.75"). Austin Nicklaus took sixth in the 200-meter dash (23.78).

In the discus, Eddie Paulsen took third, with Dawson Anglehart placing seventh (120'2"). Anglehart took seventh in the shot put (42'7.25") and Paulsen took ninth (41'4.25").

A 4x200 relay team of Wendt, Nicklaus, Nelson and Noah Brown took third (1:34.92). A 4x100 team of Brown, Wendt, Nelson and Alex Shaw placed fifth (46.62). A 4x400 team of Nicklaus, Wendt, Anglehart and Paris took sixth (3:45.75), while a 4x800 team of Richard Green, Matt Maye, Matt Swenson and Tony Courchaine took seventh (10:00.28).

Oconto Falls finished eighth. Aaron Kurth took second in the 400-meter dash for the team's best finish (51.76). He also took fifth in the 200-meter dash (23.70) and seventh in the 100-meter dash (11.63). His long jump distance (18'1.75") was good for 10th.

Evan Konitzer took fourth in the 3200-meter run (10:42.29) and Mac Winkler took fifth in the shot put (43'3.75"). Brent Wolf took fifth in the 300-meter hurdles (43.56), along with eighth in the 110-meter hurdles (16.93) and triple jump (37'11.75"). Noah Ludemann took sixth in the 800-meter run (2:07.61) and ninth in the 1600-meter run (4:54.06).

4x200 and 4x800 relay teams each took sixth. The 4x200 team consisted of Noah Stary, Zack Larsen, Dylan St. Arnold and Aaron Gonnering, and finished with a time of 1:39.80. The 4x800 team, which ran a 9:10.08, consisted of Evan Roberts, Justan Konitzer, Evan Konitzer and Brody Schindel. A 4x100 team of VanHaren, St. Arnold, Gonnering and Keeshawn Katers took seventh (47.83), as did a 4x400 team of Wolf, Stary, VanHaren and Jacob Saari (3:46.45).



Oconto Competes in Packerland Conference Meet

Oconto's track team competed at the Packerland Conference Meet in Brussels on Monday, May 15, with their boys taking eighth of eight teams and the girls taking seventh of seven.

The girls team had success in the pole vault, with Megan Hoffman taking second (9') and McKayla Russell taking third (8'6"). Becca Mikulsky also took fifth in the triple jump (23'9.5"). Jasmine Driscoll took eighth in the high jump (4'2"), along with ninth in both the 100-meter hurdles (20.94) and 300-meter hurdles (1:04.02).

In the long jump, Isabella Burrows took 13th (10'11.75"), Mikulsky took 15th (10'6") and Kaylee Shultz came in 16th (10'4.5"). Burrows took 10th in the 1600-meter run (6:45.14) and 12th in the 800-meter (3:09.59).

In the 100-meter dash, Russell took 10th (14.44), Desirae Steier took 14th (15.29) and Hanna Pecha took 15th (15.80). Russell took ninth in the 200-meter (30.79) and Pecha took 10th (34.40).

Liddy Hearley took 13th in both the shot put (25'9.75") and discus (61'9") and Tatum Trepanier took 16th in both (21'2", 47'1"). Megan Ryan took 17th in the shot put (19'7") and Hailey Zak claimed 14th in the discus (58'1"). A 4x100 relay team of Steier, Driscoll, Shultz and Russell took fifth (57.73).

Their top finish from the boys came courtesy of a 4x100 relay team of Austin Ratajczyk, Connor Ebben, Kyle Stoll and Eddie Russell, who took second (47.53).

Stoll also took fifth in the 800-meter run (2:08.53) and Riley Skarda took sixth (2:09.08). Eddie Russell took ninth in the 100-meter dash (13.05) and 10th in the 200-meter dash (26.55).

Ratajczyk also took seventh in the triple jump (35'7"), ninth in the pole vault (9'6") and 10th in the long jump (15'6"). Griffyn Olive took 12th in the long jump (13'2.75"). Olive also took 10th in the 3200-meter dash (12:58.04) and 12th in the 1600 (5:49.39). James Alwin took 15th in the 1600 (6:32.02).

In the discus, Ebben took 10th (97'9") and Daniel Gillihan placed 15th (59'6"). Gillihan took 14th in the shot put (28'4.25"), with Tyler Lipp taking 15th (22'1.5").

Sturgeon Bay's boys took first, followed by Kewaunee and Algoma. Kewaunee claimed the title on the girls side, followed by Algoma and Sturgeon Bay.








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11-22-2017Obituaries
James Wirtz

11-22-2017Obituaries
Linda Woulf

11-22-2017Sports
Bucs Dominate Roadrunners With Strong Second Half

11-22-2017Sports
Majewski's Career High Pushes Lakeland Past IIT

11-22-2017Sports
DNR Assessed Lakes and Rivers Remain Healthy

11-22-2017Sports
Cavaliers Thankful to Enter Win Column

11-22-2017Perspectives
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11-22-2017Perspectives
From Our Readers

11-22-2017Perspectives
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11-22-2017Community - Wausaukee
Wausaukee Blood Drive is Nov. 27th

11-22-2017Community - Wausaukee
Town Wausaukee Sets $449,623 Tax Levy

11-22-2017Community - Wausaukee
Labor of Love Family Collection

11-22-2017Community - Wausaukee
Wausaukee Hosts Turkey Trot Nov. 23

11-22-2017Community - Crivitz
Crivitz School Board Passes Budget Revisions

11-22-2017Community - Crivitz
Loomis Historical Christmas Dinner

11-22-2017Community - Crivitz
Christmas Tea at Crivitz Dec. 9th

11-22-2017Community - Crivitz
Christmas in Bethlehem at Crivitz Church Nov. 25

11-22-2017Community - Coleman
Coleman FFA Off To a Fast Start

11-22-2017Community - Coleman
Town of Pound Considers Possible Cheese Factory

11-22-2017Community - Coleman
Gift Baskets Topic at Library Dec. 6

11-22-2017Community - Coleman
12th Annual Christmas Bazaar, Craft, Vendor Sale

11-22-2017Front Page
County, Town, State Working To Improve Internet Service

11-22-2017Front Page
Wausaukee Faces Problems With False WWTP Testing Reports

11-22-2017Front Page
Former Hammes Garage Site Is Now A Vacant Lot

11-22-2017Front Page
Nogalski Reports On State Of Cemetery

11-22-2017Front Page
Peshtigo Tree Lighting Ceremony at Triangle Park

11-15-2017Sports
2017 Nine-day Gun Deer Season Opens Saturday, Nov. 18

11-15-2017Sports
WIAA State Football This Week in Madison

11-15-2017Obituaries
Eugene C. Sobeck

11-15-2017Obituaries
Dorothy M. Perkins

11-15-2017Obituaries
Ronald J. Lindgren

11-15-2017Obituaries
Sharon E. Heitkemper

11-15-2017Obituaries
George G. Garbell

11-15-2017Sports
Menominee's Playoff Run Ends

11-15-2017Obituaries
Jody L. DeHut 

11-15-2017Obituaries
Daniel W. Cloutier

11-15-2017Sports
Bulldogs Beat Foxes

11-15-2017Obituaries
Donald L. Champagne

11-15-2017Obituaries
James L. Bogusz

11-15-2017Obituaries
Ursula Whiting

11-15-2017Obituaries
Phyllis Turner

11-15-2017Obituaries
Terry L. Thornton

11-15-2017Obituaries
Marcella G. Swiatnicki

11-15-2017Obituaries
Luella Schreader

11-15-2017Obituaries
David A. Salfai

11-15-2017Obituaries
Kenneth C. Rynish

11-15-2017Obituaries
John F. Morois

11-15-2017Obituaries
Priscilla M. Lueptow

11-15-2017Obituaries
Russel J. Lesperance

11-15-2017Obituaries
Donald J. "Don" Krippel

11-15-2017Obituaries
Delores A. Krause

11-15-2017Obituaries
Harold D. Jenquine

11-15-2017Obituaries
Phyllis Gretzon

11-15-2017Obituaries
Kerry Engles

11-15-2017Obituaries
William J. "Billy" Burgess

11-15-2017Perspectives
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11-15-2017Perspectives
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11-15-2017Perspectives
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11-15-2017Community - Wausaukee
Silver Cliff Fire, Rescue Auxiliary Make Donations

11-15-2017Community - Wausaukee
Wausaukee Blood Drive is Nov. 27th

11-15-2017Community - Wausaukee
Wausaukee Library Marks 25 Years with Cookie Walk

11-15-2017Community - Wausaukee
Auxiliary Unit 66 Meeting Nov. 4th

11-15-2017Community - Crivitz
Craft/Vendor Show NEWCAP Fundraiser

11-15-2017Community - Crivitz
Special Olympics at Greater Crivitz Area

11-15-2017Community - Crivitz
Thanksgiving Dinner at Crivitz Church

11-15-2017Community - Crivitz
Christmas in Bethlehem at Crivitz Church Nov. 25

11-15-2017Community - Coleman
Living Waters Dinner Nov. 19

11-15-2017Community - Coleman
Served 276 Veterans Meal on Veterans Day

11-15-2017Community - Coleman
Equity Annual Fish Fry, Frank Production

11-15-2017Community - Coleman
Pound Village Budget Has Minimal Increase

11-15-2017Front Page
Area Veterans and Eugene Frank Honored By Operation United Hearts

11-15-2017Front Page
County Board Approves Budget Without Change

11-15-2017Front Page
Crivitz Budget Hearing Rescheduled To Nov. 30

11-15-2017Front Page
$1,000 Reward Stands For Middle Inlet Sign Vandal Info

11-15-2017Front Page
Christmas in Marinette Event on December 2nd

11-08-2017Obituaries
Harold D. Anderson

11-08-2017Obituaries
Beverly J. Arneson

11-08-2017Obituaries
Roy H. Beaber

11-08-2017Obituaries
Pearl L. Blaisdell

11-08-2017Obituaries
David J. Borman

11-08-2017Obituaries
Dennis L. Breed

11-08-2017Obituaries
Artur B. Curtice

11-08-2017Obituaries
Clarence F. Duffeck

11-08-2017Obituaries
Dolores Ebben

11-08-2017Obituaries
Ralph C. Fiedorowicz

11-08-2017Obituaries
Don A. Glynn

11-08-2017Obituaries
LeRoy E. Guy

11-08-2017Obituaries
Robert L. Hartwig

11-08-2017Obituaries
Julie L. Kirby

11-08-2017Obituaries
Donald L. Knutson

11-08-2017Obituaries
Carolyn R. Leneau

11-08-2017Obituaries
Arlene M. Petersen

11-08-2017Obituaries
Dorothy J. Rich 

11-08-2017Obituaries
Kerri S. Robinson

11-08-2017Obituaries
Carole Rydell 

11-08-2017Obituaries
Jeffrey S. Schreiner

11-08-2017Obituaries
James F. Staudenmaier

11-08-2017Obituaries
Jana K. Vogel

11-08-2017
Claire J. Wagner

11-08-2017Obituaries
Margaret A. Wilde

11-08-2017Obituaries
Lenard E. Wagner

11-08-2017Obituaries
Arthur H. Zeitler

11-08-2017Sports
Maroons Avenge Earlier Loss to Kingsford in MHSAA Playoffs

11-08-2017Sports
18 Area Runners Earn Conference Honors

11-08-2017Sports
Messar/Gruszynski Headline M&O's Best

11-08-2017Sports
Area MONLPC Top Gridders Annouced

11-08-2017Perspectives
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11-08-2017Perspectives
From our readers

11-08-2017Perspectives
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11-08-2017Community - Wausaukee
Library Annual Cookie, Candy Sale

11-08-2017Community - Wausaukee
Wausaukee Church Has Pie, Bake Sale Nov. 22

11-08-2017Community - Wausaukee
Wausaukee Hosts Turkey Trot Nov. 23

11-08-2017Community - Wausaukee
Hunter's Supper at Wausaukee Church

11-08-2017Community - Crivitz
Christmas in Bethlehem at Crivitz Church Nov. 25

11-08-2017Community - Crivitz
Immunization Walk In Clinic at Crivitz

11-08-2017Community - Crivitz
Rescue Squad Holds Hand CPR Training

11-08-2017Community - Crivitz
Ticket Sale for M1 Garand

11-08-2017Community - Coleman
Winter Wonderland in Oconto Park

11-08-2017Community - Coleman
Coleman Utility Board Nov. 13

11-08-2017Community - Coleman
Hedgehogs Topic at Coleman Library

11-08-2017Community - Coleman
Coleman School Recess Nov. 20-24

11-08-2017Front Page
Eagle Express/George Webb's To Honor Area Veterans on Nov. 11th

11-08-2017Front Page
City Gets $285,030 DNR Grant For Fish Platform

11-08-2017Front Page
County Levy Down For Budget Hearing Nov. 14

11-08-2017Front Page
School Administrator Praises Work Of Coleman Police Chief Soletske

11-08-2017Front Page
Peshtigo School District Annual Meeting Approves 2017-18 Budget

11-01-2017Sports
Rangers Fall to Pioneers at WIAA 8-Man Jamboree

11-01-2017Sports
Blue Devils' Errors Key Zephyrs 3-1 Sectional Win

11-01-2017Sports
Thunderbirds Ground Game Too Strong for Wolverines

11-01-2017Sports
Hansen/Kitzinger Claim State Cross Country Medals

11-01-2017Obituaries
Richard A. Watermolen

11-01-2017Obituaries
Reginald J. Vande Hei

11-01-2017Obituaries
Dorothy J. Tisch

11-01-2017Obituaries
Terry W. Tesch

11-01-2017Obituaries
Michael C. Stanislawski


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