Cross-Country: Kaquatosh, Arce lead Shawano in Seymour

Several local teams compete in Don Chase Relays
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NEW Media Staff

SEYMOUR — Demetrius Kaquatosh and Odessa Arce paced the Shawano Community High School cross-country teams at the Seymour Invitational on Thursday.

Scores were broken down into two divisions, one for large schools and another for small schools. Shawano competed in the small school division, with the boys and girls placing fourth.

In the division, Kaquatosh took fourth place with a time of 17 minutes, 0.7 seconds, while Arce came in fifth in 20:22.1.

Alec White also finished inside the top 10 for the boys, finishing eighth in 17:20.8. Zachary Black (17:42.9), Johnny Dillenburg (18:16.6) and Karsten Anderson (18:37.2) filled out the team score.

For the girls, Grace Beyer (21:17.9), Claire Guenther (21:28.4) and Lydia Beyer (21:37.6) all finished inside the top 30 in the division. Rachael Warax (23:55.3) was the team's fifth runner.

Bonduel girls, Witt-Birn boys third at Don Chase Relays

Several other local cross-country teams competed in the Don Chase Relays in Weyauwega, with the Bonduel girls and Wittenberg-Birnamwood boys teams each placing third.

Kara Troxel (21:08) placed second overall to lead the Bonduel girls. Kalleigh Schroeder (22:46), Madison Kurey (23:09), Breanna Schnell (24:00) and Kendra Troxel (24:48) all finished inside the top 40 to round out the team score.

Cole Schairer (18:20) finished ninth overall to lead the Witt-Birn boys. Simon Schairer (19:05), Brendan Resch (19:07), Wyatt Dickman (19:10) and Ian Resch (19:22) all finished inside the top 30 to round out the team's top-five runners.

The Bonduel boys placed fourth, with Carter Kurey's seventh-place finish in 18:04 leading the way. Cooper Uelmen (19:01), Jack Johnson (19:13), William Beaumier (19:28) and Karter Schroeder (19:39) all placed inside the top 35.

The Witt-Birn girls didn't qualify for a team score, but Jenna Stone (22:13) and Ruby Nowinsky (22:39) each finished in the top 12. Annika Resch (24:28) and Lauren Dombeck (27:29) also ran for the girls.

The Clintonville boys placed fifth, while the girls came in seventh.

Jesse Wilson (17:30) took second, while Cameron Mauel (18:27) took 10th for the Clintonville boys. Cody Carrico (18:56), Joshua Wilson (20:01) and Kyle Tennie (20:11) capped the team score.

Kayla Klemp (23:37), Jasmine Wilson (24:04), Allison Smejkal (25:39), Magdalena Grassl (27:17) and Katie Lamberies (29:01) represented the girls team.

The Menominee Indian boys placed eighth, with Isaiah Moss (18:28) and Ashton Corn (18:40) taking 11th and 12th, respectively, to lead the way. Lloyd Reevis (21:26), Joshua Besaw (21:39) and Jamison Besaw (22:14) filled out the team.

Two Menominee Indian girls ran, with Emma Komanekin (21:54) taking fifth. Mimi Beaulieu-Morgan finished the course in 25:37.

The Marion boys took 12th place. Jaden Stuhr (20:34), Ethan Pockat (20:45), Isaiah Gueths (21:00), Gavin James (24:09) and Jack VanKooy (27:18) filled the team.

Nora Wiesman (26:59), Kelsey Zillmer (28:47), Claire Dow (29:14) and Haiyle Larson (30:02) ran for the girls team, which didn't qualify for a score.

Gresham/Bowler had runners compete in the girls and boys races, but neither team had enough runners to qualify for a team score.

Levi Schick (20:06), Isaiah Bestul (23:29), Austin Slater (23:49) and Donnie Edwards (24:27) ran for the boys co-op, while Ireland Jensen (26:52) and Maya Thiex (30:09) represented the girls team.