Cross-Country: Bonduel teams win invitational

Menominee Indian’s Komanekin takes first in girls race
NEW Media Staff

KESHENA — The Bonduel girls and boys cross-country team each took first place at the Menominee Indian Eagle Invitational on Tuesday.

The Bonduel girls team earned a team score of 16, while the boys posted a 22.

Kalleigh Schroeder was the top finisher for the girls team, finishing the race in 21 minutes, 54.7 seconds. Carter Kurey paced the boys, taking second in 18:16.41.

Madison Kurey (23:41.76) took third, while Kendra Troxel (24:02.6) and Breanna Schnell (24:10.69) came in fifth and sixth, respectively. Jessica Ewing (25:30.21) capped the girls team score with with a ninth-place finish.

Jack Johnson (18:56.56) and Ayden Dunst (18:56.9) took third and fourth, respectively, for the boys. Cooper Uelmen (19:16.96) came in sixth, while William Beaumier (19:28.91) placed eighth to cap the team score.

The Menominee Indian and Marion boys teams also qualified for team scores, taking fourth and sixth, respectively.

Isaiah Moss (19:13.05) and Ashton Corn (19:42.91) lead Menominee Indian, placing fifth and 10th, respectively. Joshua Besaw (22:12.93), Tyson Webster (23:30.1) and Lloyd Reevis (24:12.66) rounded out the five-runner team.

Jaden Stuhr (20:58.29) and Ethan Pockat (20:58.44) took 16th and 17th, respectively, to lead Marion, while Isaiah Gueths (21:30.81), Gavin James (25:59.03) and Jack VanKooy (29:15.32) filled out the team.

Two girls ran for Menominee Indian. Emma Komanekin (21:51.8) won the girls race, while Mimi Beaulieu-Morgan (25:44.01) took 10th.

Kelsey Zillmer (28:34.95), Haiyle Larson (31:46.5), Nora Wiesman (32:25.49) and Hannah Krueger (33:56.52) represented the Marion girls.

Gresham/Bowler had six total runners in action, led by Levi Schick’s seventh-place finish in the boys race in 19:26.83.

Isaiah Bestul (24:07.87), Austin Slater (24:56.24) and Donny Edwards (30:08.9) filled out the boys team, while Ireland Jensen (27:04.98) and Maya Thiex (31:49.51) ran for the girls.

Leo Schultz (24:16.84) was the only Wolf River Lutheran runner competing, taking 37th in the boys race.