Crivitz Makes History With First Ever M&O Meet SweepIssue Date: May 16, 2019
Boys Claim First Title Since 1982/Girls Go Back to Back
Crivitz won both the boys' and girls' M&O Conference track championships on Friday.
The Crivitz boys won by 81 points, tallying 189 total.
Ezekial Lawrence won the 110-meter hurdles (16.24), beating the field by 2.55 seconds, also winning the 300-meter hurdles by a tight margin (41.15), about three seconds faster than he's ever run it, according to coach Ryan Reichardt.
In the 100-meter and 200-meter dashes, Jayden Bemis came away victorious (11.55, 23.76).
Tony Jopek took first in the 400-meter dash (54.38) and triple jump (40-3.25). He was second in the pole vault (11-6) and Kody Richlen was third (10'). Jopek also took second in the long jump (18-6.5), with Evander Lawrence third (18-5.5).
Brayden Holmes took third in the 800-meter run (2:21.22).
The Wolverine 4x200 team of Elijah Lawrence, Bemis, Richlen and Ezekial Lawrence won the race (1:37.51), as did a 4x100 team of Elijah Lawrence, Evander Lawrence, Mitchell Zorn and Richlen (48.22). The Wolverines' 4x800 team of Eian Baumann , Fox Gerner, Holmes and Liam Roman was second (10:12.82). A 4x400 team of Baumann, Holmes, Hunter Wittmus and Wyatt VanLanen took third (4:10.87).
Baumann also took second in the high jump (5-4).
The last time Crivitz's boys won the conference title was 1982 and last year was the first time the Wolverine girls won the title. They've now gone back to back, as they totaled 175 points.
"I'm very happy. The kids put forth a lot of effort and they knew they had to," Reichardt said. "They knew it was going to be tough, because there's good competition in the conference. No one backed out, no one scratched and that's the main thing that helped us the most."
Chloe Gruszynski won the high jump (4-10) and triple jump (34-2) and took second in the long jump (14-11.5).
Kjirsten Stumbris was second in the 100-meter dash (13.91) Morgan VanLanen was third in the 100-meter hurdles (19.12). Strumbris was third in the 300-meter hurdles (53.78) and won the pole vault (7-3).
Bella Galindo took third in the 400-meter dash (1:08.73) and Riley Roman was third in the 1600-meter (6:31.78). Lyvia Caine took third in the 800 (2:48.07).
In the 4x200 relay, Emalee Johnsen, Chloe Gruszynski, Kate Richlen and Stumbris won by 11 seconds (1:59.99). The Wolverine team of Zoey Brown, Riley Roman, Taylor Giese and Kira Spalding was third (11:34.08). Kassedy Betka, Richlen, Samantha Sharkey and VanLanen took second (1:01.73). A 4x400 team of Caine, Spalding, Galindo and Brown was second (4:54.64).
Johnsen took second in the discus throw (107-6) and Kailee Sellen was second in the shot put (32-5).
The Florence-Niagara boys took second.
A team of Corbin Behrmann, RJ Knepper, Connor Walters and Andrew Hirn won the 4x800 (10:07.92).
Brent Dumke won the long jump (19-6.5).
Patrick Milan, Michael Milan, Dumke and Dennis Ferreira took third (49.18).
Behrmann was second in the 400-meter dash (56.78) and Austin Tripp was third (57.90). Tripp took second in the 800-meter run (2:18.15).
Riley Hixon was second in the 110-meter hurdles (18.79) and third in the 300-meter hurdles (46.21). In the 100-meter dash, Patrick Milan was second (11.93) and Dumke was third (11.96). Milan was second in the 200-meter dash (24.42).
Hirn took second in the 3200-meter run (12:20.04).
A 4x400 team of Dumke, Tripp, Behrmann and Hixon took second (4:07.40).
Suring's boys were third.
Mitchell Stegeman won the high jump (5-6) and pole vault (14'), also taking second in the 300-meter hurdles (41.29) and third in the 200-meter dash (24.57).
Logan Stuart won the shot put (42-9.25), took third in the triple jump (36-8.75) and second in the discus throw (131-9). Jeffrey Miller was third in the shot put (40-4.25).
The Lena/St. Thomas Aquinas Academy boys took fourth.
Hayden Knox took third in the high jump (5-1) and Trenton Telford was second in the triple jump (40').
A 4x800 relay team of Norman Aguilar, Max Beyer, Jon Conine and Cody Dellise was third (10:15.78). A team of Aaron Aguilar, Tyler Getchell, Braeden Neta and Alex Decoursin took third in the 4x200 as well (1:49.54).
Gillett's boys were fifth, though the Tigers had plenty of winners on the girls' and boys' sides, with Derek and Connor Hanson first and second in the 1600-meter, respectively (4:40.99, 5:07.69).
Derek Hanson also won the 3200 (10:43.52) and Adam Anderson won the 800-meter run (2:11.15).
A 4x400 team of Adam Anderson, Connor Hanson, Andy Lemens and Riley Engebretsen was first in the 4x400 relay (3:58.68) and Bo Krueger won the discus throw (142-5). Krueger was second in the shot put (40-6).
Coleman's boys were sixth, topping seventh-place Oneida Nation.
Timothy Wagner took third in the 110-meter hurdles (18.88) and Evan Stank was third in the 1600-meter run (5:20.41). Stank also took third in the 3200 (12:22.34).
A 4x200 team of Payton Nelson, Sam Kuchta, Shamus McLain and Tyler Olsen was second (1:45.27), with the same team taking second in the 4x100 (48.85).
Nathan Graetz was third in the discus throw (109-1).
The Suring girls were second.
Ryann Wagner won the 800-meter run (2:39.80) and took second in the 1600-meter (5:56.77).
Wylee Van Bellinger took second in the 200-meter dash (30.21) and triple jump (30-7.75). Kylee Stelzer was third in the triple (30-7.25).
Kate Mahoney, Carley Geniesse, Maddy Vandevelde and Ryann Wagner won the 4x800 (11:10.44), with Stelzer, Vandevelde, Grace Fischer and Geniesse winning the 4x400 (4:50.49).
Lena/St. Thomas Aquinas Academy's girls were third.
Kennedy Marquardt got four wins, as she was victorious in the 100-meter dash (13.47), 200-meter dash (28.17), 400-meter dash (1:05.12) and long jump (15-6). Desirae Hurning was third in the 100 (14.13).
In the 4x200 relay, Mikayla Mahas, Ciara Urbanek, Desirae Hurning and Nadia Keene took second (2:11.05), the team of Mahas, Abbie Ermis, Ruth Alberts and Hurning (58.03) took first in the 4x100 (58.03).
Alexis Misco took second in the 800-meter run (2:46.75).
Coleman's girls took fourth.
Kasidae Soderbeck took second in the 400-meter dash (1:08.45) and Faith King was second in the 3200-meter run (12:59.02).
Hope Patz placed second in the high jump (4-10).
A team of Sara Seefeldt, Faith King, Mariah Mursau and Mariah Payette was second in the 4x800 (11:16.52). In the 4x100, Stephania Faudoa, Kylee Tadisch, Maddi Wagner and Adrianna Herlache were third (1:04.31).
Herlache also took second in the pole vault (7') and King was third in the long jump (14-7).
The Gillett girls placed fifth, led by Sylvia Hansen, who won the 1600-meter run (5:28.19) and 3200-meter (12:35.18) and Aubrey DeBauch, who won the 300-meter hurdles (48.89) and was second in the 100-meter hurdles (17.04).
Karissa Schaal was also a winner in the discus throw (108-10) and shot put (33-10.5), with teammate Grace Wickman third (103-9) in the discus.
Angela Mosconi was third in the 3200 (13:47.10).
Florence/Niagara's girls took sixth, beating Oneida Nation.
Audrey Selden won the 100-meter hurdles (16.91) and took second in the 300-meter hurdles (51.29).
Alyssa Cretton took third in the 200-meter dash (30.34).
A team of Haley Behrmann, Anne Nanninga, Zetta Kolf and Cretton was third (2:12.59) in the 4x200, as was a 4x400 team of Bailey Broullire, Selden, Nanninga and Kiera Sullivan (5:08.35).
Cretton took third in the high jump (4-8).
Behrmann was third in the shot put (31-10.5).
Peshtigo Boys Claim Packerland Silver; Girls 5th at Conference Meet
Peshtigo's boys took second in the Packerland Conference at Friday's conference meet.
The Peshtigo boys won a handful of running events, including the 200-, 400- and 800-meters.
Ezra Swanson won the 200-meter dash with a time of 23.92 seconds. Jerod Jandt was second and not far behind (23.94).Jandt was second in the 100-meter dash (11.83).
In the 400-meter dash, Swanson was third (52.94), less than a second behind Cole Trimberger, who won the event with a time of 52.29 seconds. Alex Dolata was fifth (55.28).
Reid Marquardt won the 800-meter run in 2 minutes, 2.30 seconds. Caleb Smtih took second in the 1600-meter (4:44.71), also less than a half second off the lead. He was also third in the 3200-meter run (10:45.38).
Mitchell VanVooren topped the field in the 110- and 300-meter hurdles, finishing in 14.83 and 40.38 seconds, respectively.
In the 4x100 relay, Peshtigo's team of Jesse Jandt, Zach LeMahieu, Austin Rozzi and Reese Demarce was third (47.57). In the 4x400, Peshtigo was first, with VanVooren, Trimberger, Marquardt and Jerod Jandt topping the field (3:32.62). A team of Trimberger, Will Corgan, Dolata and Marquardt was first in the 4x800 as well (8:42.32).
Max Rauch won the pole vault by a foot (14') and Swanson was fifth in the long jump (18-5.5)
The Peshtigo girls were fifth.
Arikka Carroll took fifth in the 100-meter (14.03) and fourth in the 200-meter (28.57).
Emily Halfmann was fifth in the 3200-meter (13:45.50). In the 300-meter hurdles, Gabby Perry was fifth (54.28).
In the 4x200 relay, Carroll, Morgan Nicklaus, Lianna Baxter and Viola Smith were third (1:57.63).
In the high jump, Alexis Haynes took third (4-8). Smith took second in the pole vault (8') and Jessi Swiatnicki was fourth (7').
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