Shawano boys take first place in Manawa

April 18

Manawa Invitational

Shawano’s boys finished first and the girls finished second at the Manawa Invitational.

Taking first for the boys were Ethan Onesti in the 800-meter run, Andon Chelberg in the 1,600-meter run, Will Chelberg in the 3,200-meter run and Connor Chelberg in the high jump.

Three relay teams also earned first place. Runners were Aiden Rasmussen, Kaden Ewert, Lucas Nuthals and Drake Herm in the 4x100; Austin Peterson, Maverick Theis, Micah Welander and Logan Korth in the 4x200; and Andon, Will, Connor and Drew Chelberg in the 4x400.

Earning second place were Nuthals in the 100-meter dash, Ryan Schwitzer in the 400-meter dash, Mason Theis in the shot put, Ryan Shanty in the long jump and the 4x800 relay team of Josiah Kuehl, Owynn Helsel, Aiden Sisco and Joshua Lesperance.

Third place was earned by Rasmussen in the 100-meter dash, Nuthals in the 200-meter dash, Andon Chelberg in the 800-meter run, Kuehl in the 1,600-meter run and Mason Theis in the discus.

Menominee Indian’s Barron Waupoose won the 200-meter dash and the 400-meter dash.

Teammate Anthony Martin placed second in the discus.

Fellow Eagle Kenew Awonohopay won the triple jump and finished third in the long jump.

Marion’s Tristan Herro was second in the high jump.

Capturing first place for the Shawano girls were Adalyn Barkley in the 800-meter run and triple jump, Bailey Hendricks in the 3,200-meter run and Maci Beyer in the high jump.

The 4x200 and 4x400 relay teams also won. Both teams featured the same girls – Barkley, Beyer, Tela Hopfensperger and Onna Hermann.

Placing second were Emma Nielson in the 400-meter dash, Macey Nelson in the long jump and triple jump, and the 4x800 team of Hendricks, Anabelle Schroeder, Nielson and Teagan Powers.

Recording a third-place finish were Natalie Bystol in the 100-meter dash and high jump, Beyer in the 800-meter run, Schroeder in the 3,200-meter run and the 4x100 relay team of Lauren Seehafer, Della Vue, Macey Nelson and Bystol.

Menominee Indian’s 4x100 team captured second. Runners were Rikki Latender, Lena Waukau, Madeline Tomow and Alexis Zhuckkahose.

The Eagles’ 4x200 team of Urijah Reevis, Ti Yanna Waukau, Lena Waukau and Zhuckkahose placed third.

Shawano won the boys division with 161 points, followed by Chilton 139, Manawa 124, Menominee Indian 56, Marion 10, Wolf River Lutheran 4 and Laona-Wabeno 2.

In the girls division, it was Chilton 178, Shawano 146, Manawa 134.5, Menominee Indian 21, Marion 10, Laona-Wabeno 4.5 and Wolf River Lutheran 3.

Mishicot Invite

Oconto Falls boys and girls each placed first out of eight teams at the Mishicot Invite. The boys scored 152 points, followed by Manitowoc Lutheran at 136.5, while the girls scored 160, ahead of Two Rivers’ 152.

Leading the girls with first-place finishes were Rylie Shallow in the 100-meter dash and the 200-meter dash, the 4x100 relay team (Abby Budz, Gracie Miller, Anna Spaulding and Shallow) and the 4x800 team (Ava Hodkiewicz, Hannah Ludemann, Hailey Delzer and Brynn Hodkiewicz).

Oconto Falls’ 4x200 relay team took second place and featured Ashlyn Vandermoss, Kati Raddatz, Hailyn St. Louis and Bailee Gorman. Also placing second was the 4x400 team of Brynn Hodkiewicz, Ludemann, Ava Hodkiewicz and Brooke Hodkiewicz.

Coming in third were Budz in the 100-meter dash, Brooke Hodkiewicz in the 800-meter run and the 1,600-meter run, Emma Meissner in the 3,200-meter run, Ava Hodkiewicz in the discus and Miller in the long jump.

Winning first place for the boys were Connor Wilquet in the 100-meter dash, Isaac Bramer in the 200-meter dash, Alex Haines in the 110-meter hurdles, the 4x100-meter relay team (Brady Bursa, Bramer, Evan Yuma and Wilquet), the 4x2oo team (Bursa, Bramer, Yuma and Wilquet) and Bryce Schefdore in the discus.

Second-place honors were earned by Haines in the 300 hurdles, the 4x400 team (Brant Laluzerne, Carter Hill, Croix Gardebrecht and Emerson Rice), the 4x800 team (Laluzerne, Griffin Kopke, Braxton Rajkovich and Rice) and Bursa in the long jump.

Placing third were Rice in the 800-meter run, Emerich Skarban in the 110 hurdles, Schefdore in the shot put, Haines in the high jump and Bursa in the triple jump.

Dan Baker Invitational

Pulaski posted a handful of top finishers at the Dan Baker Invitational in De Pere.

In the boys events, taking second was the 4x200-meter relay team of Rylan Rodal, Aiden McGlinn, Keaton Dauk and Brody Zeinert.

Daniel Augustine placed third in the 800-meter run.

Madden Skenadore was third in the 100-meter hurdles and the 300-meter hurdles.

For the girls, Emerson Fabry ran away with the 800-meter run title. The 4x200-meter relay team of Addison Krueger, Lily Urben, Rachael Allen and Olivia Sprangers won first place, and so did the 4x400 team of Ella Hasser, Allen, Olivia Stedl and Urben. Hallie Morz won the pole vault.

Sprangers captured second in the 100-meter dash and the 200-meter dash, as did Hasser in the 400-meter dash and the triple jump. Second also went to the 4x100 relay team (Ava Vieaux, Faye Brunke, Allen and Morz).

Ella Ficarri placed third in the 100-meter hurdles and third in the long jump.

April 16

NEC Pentangular

The North Eastern Conference Pentangular at Clintonville was called after the 400-meter dash due to poor weather conditions.

Prior to the early exit, Oconto Falls athletes racked up several top finishes.

For the boys, Griffin Kopke won the 1,600-meter run, and Bryce Schefdore won the discus.

Earning a second-place finish was Conner Wilquet in the 100-meter dash.

Placing third were Emerson Rice in the 400-meter dash, Alex Haines in the 100-meter hurdles, the 4x200 relay team (Alex Frehse, Croix Gardebrecht, Carter Hill and Evan Lotter-Greetan) and Brady Bursa in the long jump,

On the girls side of the ledger, the 4x800-meter relay team of Emma Meissner, Arianna Impastato, Hailey Delzer and Maddy Przybylski captured first.

It was Brooke Hodkiewicz in second in the 400-meter dash.

Ava Hodkiewicz placed third in the 400-meter dash, as did the 4x200 relay team (Emery Pagel, Kati Raddatz, Hailyn St. Louis and Ashlyn Vandermoss), Raddatz in the shot put and Abby Budz in the triple jump.

April 15

CWC Small Pre-Conference

Gresham/Bowler and Marion were among the seven schools taking part in the CWC Small Pre-Conference meet at Tri-County.

Gresham/Bowler girls placed third, with Marion in fourth. For the boys, Gresham/Bowler was fourth and Marion fifth.

Leading the way for the girls were the winning Gresham/Bowler 4x100 and 4x200 relay teams. The 4x100 featured Jemy Reedy, Nevaeh Teller, Addison Fischer and Isabella Stevens. The 4x200 featured Reedy, Teller, Alivia Perez and Stevens.

Stevens also won the shot put and high jump.

Gresham/Bowler’s Reedy placed second in the 100-meter dash, as did Marion’s 4x200 team (Belle Conover, Kennedy Zuniga, Ainboa Zambrano and Ella Stuhr), Gresham/Bowler’s 4x800 team (Camille Gourley, Emily Jensen, Perez and Fischer), Jensen in the discus, Perez in the high jump and Reedy in the long jump.

Marion’s Bridget Much was third in the 300-meter hurdles, as was Much in the triple jump.

Coming in third was the Gresham/Bowler 4x400 team of Fischer, Teller, Gourley and Perez.

For the boys, Gresham/Bowler’s Bryson Nelson won the 3,200-meter run. Marion’s Landon Marquardt won the 110-meter hurdles, and the Gresham/Bowler 4x200 relay team also won (Ethan May, Cody Mehlberg, Brandon Jeske and Riley Hohensee).

Gresham/Bowler’s Adam Gourley placed second in the 300-meter hurdles, as did the 4x800 relay team of Kobe Miller, Mason Martin, Gourley and Jeske. Marion’s Tristan Herro was No. 2 in both the high jump and triple jump.

CWC Large Preseason Meet

Wittenberg-Birnamwood’s girls won the 10-team CWC Large Preseason Meet in Amherst. The Chargers ran up 138 points, with Bonduel placing third with 95 points and Menominee Indian finishing ninth with 28.

Bonduel’s boys placed third with 78.5 points, while Menominee Indian was ninth with 37.5 and Wittenberg-Birnamwood was 10th with 14.

Leading the Chargers with first-place finishes were: Faith Resch in the 100-meter hurdles, the 300-meter hurdles, the high jump and the triple jump; Nora Bushman in the 800-meter run; the 4x400 relay team (Kylee Beversdorf, Ava Brei, Bushman and Harper Rogowski); and the 4x800 relay team (Beversdorf, Lily Metropulos, Rogowski and Bushman).

Bonduel’s Mariah Wondra won the 3,200-meter run, followed by Wittenberg-Birnamwood’s Gabrielle Timm in second.

Also placing second were Brei in the 100-meter dash, Menominee Indian’s Alexis Zhuckkahose in the 200-meter dash, Bonduel’s 4x400 team (Ashlyn Kurey, Paige Niquette, Cierra Schnell and Wondra), Bonduel’s 4x800 team (Kurey, Teagan Engel, Schnell and Wondra), Bonduel’s Audrey Weier in the high jump and Kurey in the triple jump.

Bonduel’s Teagan Engel was third in the 1,600-meter run, as was Menominee Indian’s 4x100 relay team (Rikki Latender, Madeline Tomow, Lena Waukau and Zhuckkahose), Bonduel’s Rachel Hutter in the discus and Beversdorf in the long jump.

Pulaski Quad

Pulaski’s boys and girls each placed in third at the Pulaski Quad.

In the girls events, Ella Ficarri won the 100-meter hurdles, with Katelyn Jossie in second.

The 4x200 relay team of Addison Krueger, Lily Urben, Rachael Allen and Olivia Sprangers took first, as did Emerson Fabry in the 400-meter dash.

Also winning was the 4x100 relay team Ava Vieaux, Faye Brunke, Allen and Hallie Morz. Pulaski’s “B” team of Megan Kraft, Lydia Klopotic, Isabella Cricks and Anna Friedman took second.

The 4x400 relay team also won with Ella Hasser, Allen, Fabry and Urben.

Morz captured first in the pole vault.

Brunke placed second in the 100-meter dash, and Urben was second in the 300-meter hurdles.

Allen was No.3 in the 200-meter dash, Dylan Dorn was third in the high jump and Cora Zuleger placed third in the discus.

For the boys, Madden Skenadore won the 110-meter hurdles, and Keaton Dauk won the 300-meter hurdles.

The 4x200 team placed second and featured Rylan Rodal, Aiden McGlinn, Bohdan Schmidt and Brody Zeinert.

Arden Gillen was third in the 3,200-meter run. Skenadore was third in the long jump.