Shawano runners take third at Terror Invite

NEW Media Staff

Shawano’s boys and girls cross country teams each finished in third place while Pulaski boys took eighth at the Appleton West Terror Invite on Aug. 25.

Shawano’s Ethan Onesti finished second overall with a time of 16:15.6, just in front of fourth-place teammate Will Chelberg and his time of 16:35.6. Trevor Schwartz was 26th at 18:13.4, Andon Chelberg placed 30th in 18:14.5 and Josiah Kuehl’s time of 18:24.8 placed him 37th.

Pulaski was paced by Parker Marshall, who placed 28th in 18:13.5. For team points, he was joined by Daniel Augustine in 34th at 18:18.6, Dayne Nowak in 36th at 18:20.8, Arden Gillen in 43rd at 18:38.1 and Peyton Law in 45th at 18:41.5.

Also competing for Pulaski were: Thomas Murphy, 72nd, 20:01.6; Dayne Groth, 79th, 20:24.5; and Enrique Stange, 88th, 21:10.9.

For the boys’ team results, it was Ashwaubenon on top, followed by Kimberly, Shawano, Xavier, Oshkosh West, Sheboygan North, Appleton North and Pulaski. Next up were Hortonville, Green Bay Southwest, Wisconsin Rapids Lincoln, Appleton East, Omro and Menasha.

Bailey Hendricks, Lilly Guenther and Grace Chelberg placed fifth, sixth and seventh, respectively, for Shawano. Hendricks had a time of 20:09.8, followed by Guenther at 20:17.2 and Chelberg at 20:24.1. Macy Beyer placed 21st in 21:32.1, and Adalen Barkley was 29th in 22:06.8.

Anabelle Schroeder placed 38th in 22:37.6.

Pulaski’s Olivia Stedl placed 11th in 20:48.4.

Girls’ team results, in order, were Xavier, Kimberly, Shawano, Appleton North, Oshkosh West, Appleton West, Hortonville, Ashwaubenon, Appleton East, Oregon, Wisconsin Rapids Lincoln, Omro and Sheboygan North.

Freedom Irish Waters Invite

Oconto Falls and Gillett were among the many competitors at the Freedom Irish Waters Invite on Aug. 25.

Oconto Falls boys placed seventh out of nine teams in the large school category, while Gillett placed fifth out of seven in the small school category.

Toward the top of the heap for the large schools was Ben Adams of Oconto Falls, placing third in 16:46.31. He was joined by teammates Griffin Kopke, 25th, 18:28.16; Brant Laluzerne, 37th, 19:34.78; Emerson Rice, 51st, 20:20.12; and Isaiah Holtz, 53rd, 20:26.88.

Landon Timm placed 55th in 20:35.29.

Gillett was paced by Bradyn Wendorff, who finished second in 17:46.54. Joining him were Scott Herroux, placing 18th in 19:53.2; Nash Stage in 26th in 20:29.46; Ben Peterson in 27th in 20:36.78; and Chase Anderson in 36th place in 21:17.53.

Zander Davis placed 44th in 22:32.22.

The Oconto Falls girls placed eighth out of nine teams.

The team was led by Brooke Hodkiewicz, who finished 23rd in 21:08.5. She was joined by Hailey Delzer in 29th place in 21:35.92, Hannah Ludemann in 33rd in 21:57.05, Josie Holtz in 48th in 23:08.03 and Emma Meissner in 49th in 23:10.6.

Also, Maddy Przybylski placed 56th in 24:11.63, and Mackenzie Lotto placed 59th in 24:49.04.

Gillett girls running were: Hope Soper, 18th place, 22:55.66; Sophie Limberg, 42nd, 24:59.62; Lily Hansen, 46th, 26:22.99; and Maggie Kaczmarek, 48th, 27:04.83.

Rhinelander Invitational

The Menominee Indian boys placed seventh out of 12 teams, and the Suring girls placed eighth out of eight at the Aug. 24 Rhinelander Invitational.

Ryan Corn paced the Eagles with a 26th-place finish in 20:12.7.

Further back in the pack were Francis Delabrau with a time of 21:18.2 for 44th place, Julius Kaquatosh’s 21:30.4 for 49th place, Maech Corn’s 21:58.1 for 56th place and Anikohsaeh Corn’s 21:59.7 for 60th place.

Also running were: Barron Waupoose, 69th place, 22:33.2; Tony Corn, 93rd, 24:06.2; and Dennis Bear, 124th, 28:17.4.

Ginger Gerndt led the Suring runners with a time of 26:21.1 for 39th place. Teammates, their placement and times were: Georgia Gerndt, 47th, 27:00.7; Allyson Seibert, 64th, 29:22.9; Samantha Seibert, 68th, 30:47.7; and Natalie Seibert, 79th, 34:38.0.