Track and field athletes advance to sectionals

May 20

Division 1 Regional, D.C. Everest

Both the Shawano boys and girls track and field teams finished fifth in team scoring at the WIAA Division 1 regional meet hosted by D.C. Everest. Top finishers for the Hawks and advancing to sectionals at Hudson on May 23 were:

First place girls: Hatty Fritz, discus; Adalyn Barkley, triple jump, new school record at 34 feet 9 inches, Lily Guenther, 3,200; 4x800 relay team of Bailey Hendricks, Barkley, Guenther and Grace Chelberg (alternates, Maci Beyer and Emma Neilson).

First place boys: Will Chelberg, 3,200, new school record of 9:29.16.

Second place girls: Barkley, 400; Grace Chelberg, 800; 4x400 relay team of Beyer, Barkley, Tela Hopfensperger and Grace Chelberg (alternates, Hendricks and Neilson), new school record at 4:09.44.

Second place boys: Will Chelberg, 1,600; Drake Herm, 200, pole vault; 4x200 relay team of Ryan Shanty, Ryan Schwitzer, Lucas Nuthals and Herm (alternates, Maverick Theis and Logan Korth).

Third place girls: Macey Nelson, triple jump; Beyer, high jump.

Third place boys: 4x800 relay team of Josiah Kuehl, Andon Chelberg, Trevor Schwartz and Ethan Onesti (alternates Will Chelberg and Joshua Lesperance).

Fourth place girls: Onna Herman, 200.

Fourth place boys: Onesti, 800; 4x400 relay team of Schwitzer, Connor Chelberg, Theis and Onesti (alternates, Herm and Andon Chelberg).

Team scores

Girls: Stevens Point 137, D.C. Everest 131, Marshfield 128, Wausau West 109.25, Shawano 101, Wausau East 50.5, Wisconsin Rapids Lincoln 24.25, Merrill 20.

Boys: Stevens Point 201, D.C. Everest 134, Wausau East 84, Wausau West 80, Shawano 71, Marshfield 63, Wisconsin Rapids Lincoln 47, Merrill 12.

Division 1 Regional, De Pere

Pulaski’s girls placed second with 138 points and the boys were third with 83 as several athletes advanced to sectional competition.

Moving on for the girls were Olivia Sprangers, second, 100 meters; Sprangers, first, 200; Ella Hasser, third, 400; Anna Friedman, fourth, 400; Emerson Fabry, first, 800; Olivia Stedl, first, 1,600; Ella Ficarri, third, 100 hurdles; Katelyn Jossie, fourth, 100 hurdles; Lily Urben, first, 300 hurdles; Ficarri, third, 300 hurdles; 4x100 relay team of Ava Vieaux, Faye Brunke, Addison Krueger and Hallie Morz with alternates Megan Kraft and Isabella Cricks, second; 4x200 of Krueger, Urben, Brunke and Sprangers with alternates Morz and Hasser, first; the 4x400 team of Hasser, Rachael Allen, Fabry and Urben with alternates Friedman and Stedl, first; Morz, first, pole vault.

Advancing for the boys were Rylan Rodal, second, 100; Kam McKeefry, third, 200; Brody Zeinert, fourth, 400; Madden Skenadore, second, 100 hurdles; Joe Mijal, third, 300 hurdles; 4x4000 team of Spencer Hakes, McKeefry, Aiden McGlinn and Charlie Schuster with alternates Malakai Godfrey and Bohdan Schmidt, fourth; Dylan Dorn, third, high jump; Grant Rottier, fourth, discus.

Division 3 Regional, Suring

Bonduel’s girls were crowned regional champions with 135 points, while the boys took third with 90 points.

Qualifying for sectionals on the girls side were the 4x800 relay team of Mariah Wondra, Teagan Engel, Cierra Schnell and Ashlyn Kurey, which took first place and set a new school record of 10:13.24.

The 4x200 team also won with Paige Niquette, Kurey, Addison Raymakers and Anna Beaumier, as did the 4x400 team of Kurey, Niquette, Audrey Weier and Schnell.

Placing fourth was the 4x100 team of Josie Anvelink, Rachyl Hutter, Olivia Giese and Beaumier.

Kurey won the triple jump, and Schnell was second in the 300 hurdles. Wondra won the 2-mile with Engel in second. Wondra was second in the mile.

Hutter finished second in the shot put, with Anvelink in fourth. Hutter was second in the discus, and Niquette was second in the 200.

Weier placed third in the high jump.

For the boys, Ryan Westrich won the discus, and Ben O’Brien won the 2-mile.

Also placing first were a pair of relay teams: the 4x200 team of Griffin Uelmen, Gage Scholl, Owen Springborn and Mason Ballwahn, and the 4x400 team of Westrich, Uelmen, Scholl and Sam Roberts.

Westrich placed second in the shot put, and Roberts was second in the triple jump.

Placing third were O’Brien in the mile; the 4x800 relay team of Uelmen, Gage Anderson, Ballwahn and Ben O’Brien; and Roberts in the long jump.

Uelmen finished in fourth place in the high jump.

Gillett girls placed fourth, and the boys were ninth.

Qualifying for sectionals with a first-place finish was the Gillett boys 4x800 relay team of Scott Heroux, Ben Matczak, Nash Stage and Bradyn Wendorff. Wendorff was also second in the 800.

For the girls, it was Sophia Limberg, fourth in the 3,200; Audrey Pate, fourth in the discus; Hope Soper, third in the 100 hurdles and third in the 300 hurdles; and the 4x400 relay team of Haley Bullock, Maggie Kaczmarek, Hope Soper and Mia Soper, fourth.

Bowler/Gresham girls: Jemy Reedy, fourth, long jump; Isabella Stevens, first, shot put; Emily Jensen, third, shot put.

Bowler/Gresham boys: 4x200 team of Ethan May, Cody Mehlberg, Kobe Miller and Riley Hohensee, fourth; 4x100 team of May, Mehlberg, Miller and Hohensee, fourth.

Lena/St. Thomas Aquinas Academy girls: Eva Brooks, first, high jump; Alabama Lambert, first, long jump; 4x800 team of Della Kostreva, Alexis Maloney, Andrea Rabas and Miriam Alberts, second; Brooks, fourth, 100 hurdles; 4x200 team of Abby Kostreva, Kaelyn Cook, Lambert and Madilyn Thomson, second; 4x100 team of Abby Kostreva, Cook, Lambert and Thomson, second; the 4x400 team of Della Kostreva, Abby Kostreva, Alberts and Thomson, second; Whitney Potter, third, discus; Della Kostreva, second, triple jump; Brooks, third, triple jump; Abby Kostreva, fourth, triple jump.

Lena/St. Thomas Aquinas Academy boys: Lucas Heimke, third, triple jump; Zander Thomson, second, 110 hurdles; the 4x400 team of Heimke, Erik Kosch, Max Peterson and Thomson, third; Thomson, first, high jump; Anthony Seefeldt, first, shot put.

Suring girls: Lillie Taylor, third, long jump; 4x800 team of Natalie Seibert, Allyson Seibert, Morgan Suring and Hailey Pecanas, third; Taylor, first, 100; 4x200 team of Taylor, Tessa Losurdo, Lexi Remic and Chloe Schroeder, fourth; Ginger Gerndt, fourth, 400; Losurdo, fourth, 300 hurdles; the 4x400 team of Ginger Gerndt, Losurdo, Remic and Bunny Cramer, third; Losurdo, third, pole vault; Cramer, third, 1,600; Georgia Gerndt, fourth, 1,600; Cramer, second, 800.

Suring boys: Bradly Bayer, third, discus; Trent VanDenElzen, second, pole vault; Quinn Thomson, first, 400; VanDenElzen, third, 300 hurdles.

Wolf River Lutheran girls: Violet Buchholz, third, 3,200.

The sectional meet is May 23 at Rosholt High School.

Team scores

Boys: Coleman 150, Three Lakes 97.5, Bonduel 90, Crivitz 68, Lena/St. Thomas Aquinas Academy 58, Crandon 57, Suring 53.5, Florence/Niagara 34, Gillett 27, Oconto 23, Bowler/Gresham 16, Wolf River Lutheran 9.

Girls: Bonduel, 135, Suring 103.5, Lena/St. Thomas Aquinas Academy 94, Crivitz 70, Crandon 62.5, Florence/Niagara 57, Gillett 41, Coleman 37.5, Bowler/Gresham 34, Laona/Wabeno 26.5, Oconto 19, Wolf River Lutheran 9.

Division 2 Regional, Medford

The Oconto Falls girls and boys track teams were regional champions. The Wittenberg-Birnamwood girls were second and boys ninth, and the Menominee Indian boys were seventh and girls ninth.

Twenty-five Panther individuals and seven relays advance to the sectional meet on May 23.

Girls advancing for Oconto Falls were Rylie Shallow, second, 100; Gracie Miller, fourth, 100; Abby Budz, second, 200; Ashlyn Vandermoss, fourth, 200; Brooke Hodkiewicz, first, 400; Hannah Ludemann, fourth, 800; Emma Meissner, fourth, 1,600; Hailey Delzer, third, 3,200; Meissner, fourth, 3,200; Josie Saari, fourth, 100 hurdles; Saari, fourth, 300 hurdles; 4x100 relay, first; 4x200 relay, first; 4x400 relay, fourth; 4x800 relay, second; Grace Molitor, fourth, shot put; Miller, fourth, long jump; Budz, fourth, triple jump.

Boys moving on for Oconto Falls were Conner Wilquet, first, 100; Elijah White, fourth, 100; Isaac Bramer, fourth, 200; Emerson Rice, third, 800; Griffin Kopke, fourth, 800; Alex Haines, first, 100 hurdles; Haines, third, 300 hurdles; Emerich Skarban, fourth, 300 hurdles; 4x100 relay, first; 4x200 relay, first; 4x800 relay, second; Bryce Schefdore, third, discus; Brady Bursa, fourth, triple jump.

For the Wittenberg-Birnamwood girls, advancing were Ava Brei, third, 200; Kylee Beversdorf, second, 800; Nora Bushman, second, 3,200; Faith Resch, first, 100 hurdles; Resch, first, 300 hurdles; 4x200 relay, second; 4x400 relay, first; 4x800 relay, first; Kelsie Davis, second, discus; London Metropulos, first, high jump; Resch, second, long jump; Resch, first, triple jump; Bushman, third, triple jump.

Menominee Indian boys advancing were Barron Waupoose, first, 200; Waupoose, second, 400; Kenew Awonohopay, second, triple jump.

The only Menominee Indian girl advancing was Alexis Zhuckkahose, second, high jump.

Division 3 Regional, St. Mary Catholic

Marion’s girls scored 14 points and the boys had 5 in the regional meet in Neenah.

Presley Stewart-Rolfs finished fourth in the high jump. She was also seventh in the discus.

Kali DelFabro placed fifth in the 400-meter dash and Ainhoa Zambrano was seventh.

Finishing eighth in the 4x400 were Bridget Much, Kennedy Zuniga, Zambrano and DelFabro.

For the boys, Tristan Herro was fifth in the high jump, and Landon Marquardt placed eighth in the 110 hurdles.