Fitz wins gold at throwers invite

Thursday, May 16

Coach Heinz Throwers Invitational

Shawano’s Matty Fitz captured first place in the the discus and shot put at the home meet. Madisyn Weinig finished second in the shot put and third in the discus.

For the boys, Drew Chelberg placed second in the discus, and Mason Theis was second int he shot put.

Dale Peterson Invitational

Menominee Indian athletes returned home with four gold medals and several others from an invite in Antigo.

Barron Waupoose won the gold in the 200-meter dash, as did the 4x100-meter relay team and Miklo Guzman in the shot put.

Lena Waukau won the girls triple jump.

Waupoose also placed second in the 100-meter dash, as did Mitchell Perez in the 110-meter hurdles.

Francis Delebrau was third in the 200, Julius Kaquatosh was third in the 800-meter run, and Anthony Martin was third in the shot put.

Waukau was second in the 200, while Alexis Zhuckkahosee was second in the 100 and third in the 200.

Manawa Grande Finale

Wittenberg-Birnamwood’s girls led the local teams with the most first-place finishes in Manawa.

Faith Resch won the 200, the 100 hurdle, the 300 hurdles and the long jump. Nora Bushman captured the 800 and the triple jump. Gabrielle Timm won the 1600 and the 3200. The 4x400 relay team and the 4x800 relay team each captured the gold.

Placing second were Ava Brei in the 200, the 4x200 relay team, London Metropulos in the high jump and Kelsie Davis in the discus.

For the boys, Donald Komosa won the 400 and Will Peters won the discus.

Komosa was second in the 200, and Marty Nowinsky was second in the 1600.

Lena/St. Thomas Aquinas Academy athletes gathered up five gold medals.

Della Kostreva won the 400 and Eva Brooks won the high jump for the girls.

Earning second places were Kaelyn Cook in the 100, Kate Peters in the 400, Brooks in the 100 hurdles and triple jump, the 4x100 relay team, and Alabama Lambert in the long jump.

Third-place finishes went to the 4x400 relay team, the 4x800 relay team, Brooks in the long jump, and Kostreva in the triple jump.

Winners for the boys were Zander Thomson in the 100 hurdles and the high jump, and Anthony Seefeldt in the shot put.

Coming in second were Lucas Heimke in the 100, Erik Kosch in the 400, Max Peterson in the 300 hurdles, the 4x400 relay team and Thomson in the long jump.

Placing third were Heimke in the long jump and Colton Skrobel the shot put.

Jemy Reedy represented Gresham/Bowler and earned a gold medal for her first-place finish in the 100. Isabella Stevens placed third in the shot put.

The boys were led by Mason Martin’s fourth-place finish in the 1600.

Wolf River Lutheran’s Violet Buchholz placed second in the girls 3200.

The boys 4x200 relay team was third.

Jesse Trebus led the Marion boys with a third place in the 800.

Marion’s girls were led by Kennedy Zuniga’s fifth-place finish in the 1600.