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Gillett Runners Sweep Goodman-Pembine Invite

Issue Date: September 9, 2020

Area Cross Country

Area athletes picked up the 2020 cross country season right where they left off with the Goodman-Pembine Invitational on Thursday.

Gillett's Derek Hanson, a state qualifier as a junior last year, led the boys pack by 19 seconds to take first with a time of 17 minutes, 45.2 seconds. Oconto's Josh Woller was second in the field with a time of 18:04.5, besting Laona/Wabeno's Matthew Seeber by .1 seconds.

Gillett, which won the varsity boys team race, rounded out the top five with Evan Peterson in fourth (19:12.6) and Ben Matczak in fifth (19:36.1). Riley Engebretson took seventh (20:04.2) as well. Garrett Klein was 44th (25:35.80) and Grayson Klein took 46th (25:51.8) to round out the boys' team.

The girls' race was dominated by Gillett, with the Tigers occupying four of the top seven positions. Three Lakes' Kallie Volk won the race with a time of 20:59.5. Gillett's Sylvia Hansen was second with a time of 21:46.5, Ryann Wagner took third (22:20.2) and Carleigh Kaczmarek came in fourth (22:29.8). Angela Mosconi was seventh (23:40.1), Kasey Hansen placed 10th (23:55.3) and Megan Wagner was 13th (25:01.8).

Oconto was close behind Gillett's boys in second place. After Woller's second place finish, Kadin Baxter was ninth (20:41.8), Logan Allan took 12th (21:27.4), Preston Williams took 20th (22:28.6), Josh Maynard placed 21st (22:30.9), Bryton Fuller was 23rd (23:06.1), Braden Shallow placed 27th (23:12.9) and Jackson Martin took 29th (23:32.8).

The hosts from Goodman-Pembine were third as a boys team. Kody Stahley took 10th (21:13.2), Caleb Meissner was 11th (21:15.8), Kevin Strietzel placed 17th (21:57.7), Ryan Ehlert took 24th (23:08.1), Ely Marcy took 38th (24:18.1), Jacob Kassel was 43rd (25:24.7) and Boone Larison came in 47th (26:33.1).

Crivitz was fourth, with Crandon and Laona/Wabeno rounding out the team scores. The Wolverines were led by Sam Lieuwen in sixth (19:42.1), Joey Pickett took 14th (21:44.3) and Jacob Behrendt was 15th (21:51.3). Chad Schroeder was 37th (24:17.3) and Kaiden Goltz took 42nd (25:03.7).

"I think that they're not in the same condition that they come in on a normal school year," Crivitz coach Amy Grandaw said. "There's a lot of even getting back to socialization and a lot of practice is just getting them to stop talking and concentrate and I think that's all part of the leftover repercussions from missing six months of socialization."

Grandaw said her team has been doing a lot more conditioning that the team hopes will make a difference down the stretch, with more ab work and sprinting a couple things that have changed for the team.

Lena/St. Thomas Aquinas Academy did not have the required five runners to register a team score, but the team did have a top-10 finisher in Max Beyer, with the junior taking eighth (20:40.7). Dylan Comins was 13th (21:37.3) and Reed Hosking took 18th (22:20.5). Luke Misco rounded out the finishers for Lena/STAA in 26th (23:12.6).

In the girls' race, Suring was third. Olivia Noack took sixth (23:00.7), Chantelle Vandenelzen was 14th (25:31.3), Hailey Thomson took 24th (27:20.2), Georgia Gerndt took 28th (28:30.3) and Samantha Seibert was 36th (29:57.1).

"I think they did great," Suring coach Amanda Seibert said. "We're a new team and we have two new freshmen, so that's their first time running a three-mile race. Coming from middle school at two miles, so for two of them this was their first three-mile race."

Siebert said the course in Goodman-Pembine is always a favorite for the runners.

Suring does not have a boys team.

Oconto's girls were fourth of four teams, with 17th-place Josie Mireles leading the way (26:07.8), Jenessa Schneider in 18th (26:16.1) and Lauren Hendzel in 23rd (27:07.2). Elizabeth Finger placed 27th (28:18.9), Jadyn Floyd took 30th (28:46.8) and Eleanor Finger came in 32nd (28:54.5).

Florence, Goodman-Pembine and Lena/STAA did not have full teams, but did have some competitors. For Lena/STAA, Kennedy Marquardt was 21st (27:04.2), Megan Shallow took 41st (31:29.7) and Samara Vanark took 49th (37:45.9). For Florence, Caitlyn Kelley took 19th (26:45.2) and Kiera Sullivan was 20th (27:03.1). For G-P, Josey Berger took 16th (25:55.4), Kalen Berger was 22nd (27:04.7), Rebekah Strietzel came in 37th (30:06.7) and Rikki Schneider was 46th (33:53.9).

Jones Leads Marines at Freedom C.C Invitational

Marinette competed at the Freedom Invitational on Friday.

The Marine girls were fourth of four teams at the meet at Irish Waters Golf Course, led by freshman Grace Jones, who took fifth of 60 runners with a time of 21 minutes, 44.16 seconds.

Samantha Pieper was 21st (23:19.02), Molly Knutson took 22nd (23:26.52), Hadley Reines was 23rd (23:28.27) and Maya Carviou placed 26th (23:40.5). Ava Dahlman took 31st (24:15.89) and Karissa Valitchka took 51st (29:21.73).

Marinette coach Jenni Campbell said her team looked better than it did in its first meet of the year last week, which was soggy, wet and full of turns and hills.

"Today the course was flat, it was dry, the turns are a bit more gradual and pretty ideal racing weather besides a little bit of wind," she said. "We're proud of the girls team. They did a lot of pack running, which is what we're striving to do."

The pack was in the 20s range, while Jones sped to a fifth-place finish against tough competition.

"It's a learning process. You get to the high school and you're a freshman. Last week, she went out a little bit hard, this week, she was able to adjust and just go with it," Campbell said. "Runners are resilient and I guess I'm biased, but I'd say they're pretty smart and they listen well and react."

Freedom won both the boys and girls team events. Marinette's boys did not have enough runners to form a team score. Ryan Demmith was 13th (18:34.55), Alec Queever took 20th (19:40.49) and Rodney Hollar took 66th (27:08.12).

Menominee Runners Start the Season at Marquette

Menominee got its cross country season underway with a trip to Marquette on Friday.

The Maroon boys were fourth of six teams, with Landen Clausen's 13th-place finish leading the way (19:27.7). Hunter Shepeck was 17th (20:06.0), Nick Sandahl took 19th (20:20.4), Adam Sandahl placed 25th (20:57.4), Brock Murphy was 30th (21:39.7), Nathan Schultz was 33rd (21:48.4) and Aden Garcia placed 40th (24:01.0).

The Menominee girls were sixth as a team, but they had one particular shining star, junior Hayden Buck. She finished second of 48 runners with a time of 21 minutes, 43.5 seconds. Attica Brandt took 10th for the Maroons as well (22:23.8).

Anna Axtell was 44th (27:43.7), Cortney Buscher took 46th (28:32.8) and Mikakah Mead came in 47th (29:03.7).

Marquette won both races at its home turf.


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