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Marines Shine At Home Invite
Issue Date: May 8, 2013
The Marinette Marines put their track talents on display Tuesday afternoon claiming 10 events during the running of their annual invitational.
The Marinette girls pursed a runner-up finish with 118 points, far behind invite champion Marquette with 189. West DePere was third at 105 followed by Menominee 100 and Crivitz 14.
Leading the Marines were double winners Olivia Alloy in the high jump (50) and triple jump (320.5) along with Emily Conley in the shot put (363) and discus (9611).
Marinettes other gold medals came in the long jump where Courtney Hoffman sailed 141 while Lynsee Bohan ran 27.29 in the 200 meter dash.
Alloy capped her big day with a runner-up finish in the 300 hurdles (51.11) and fourth in the 100 hurdles.
Conley dominated the weight events with her gold medals as the Marines went 1-2 in the shot put with Megan Wagner second at 3311 and in the discus Liz Lang threw 924.
Kayla Petrosky picked up a second place medal in the long jump at 140.5.
First place marks for Menominee came in the 100 hurdles were freshman Paiton Plutchak posted a 16.99 clocking and Jane Enderby won the 100 in 13.18.
Top finish for Crivitz came in the triple jump as Brianna Kopp went 287.
Marinette Boys 3rd
With 5 Wins; Crivitz
Claims Two Golds
Despite winning 5 events, the Marines could only come up with a third place finish.
West DePere totaled 179 points followed by Menominee 124.75, Marinette 92, Marquette 84.25, Crivitz 62 and Denmark 8.
Dustin Valind registered wins in the shot put (530) and discus (1707), Dakota Vanidestine 100 meters (11.15) while the relay foursome of Jaden Boivin, Zach Campbell, Colton Dessart and Vanidestine cruised to wins in the 400 relay (43.39) and 800 (1:32.09). Both marks broke the Marinette school records.
Second place finishes for the Marines came from Campbell in the 200, Austin Mahlik 1600 (4:46.55) and Boivin pole vault (130).
Runner-up Menominee claimed the 1600 relay as Justin Brilinski, Brad Sellers, Bryce Ranta and Austin Vorachek teamed up for a 3:43.22 clocking. The long jump went to Brilinski with a leap of 196.5.
The Maroons got second place finishes from Shaun Sullivan 100, Bryan Hines 300 hurdles (43.53), Tyler Harmon high jump (510.25) and 110 hurdles (15.60), Jason Kaster 800 (2:11.39) along with the 800 relay.
The Crivitz Wolverines captured a pair of first place medals as two-time defending state pole vault champion Jake Wiedemeier went 146 while Ben Fischer won the high jump at 510.5.
Alan Slaby added a second place time of 56.03 in the 400 meter dash.