Marines Sweep 41st Annual Peshtigo Invite Issue Date: May 9, 2019
VanVooren/Rauch Set New Meet Records.
Moeller Ties Pole Vault Mark
Marinette showed up ready to go at the Peshtigo Invitational on Thursday, winning both the boys' and girls' team meets.
Marinette's boys won by just half a point over Kewaunee.
Alex Shaw won the 200-meter dash (23.13) and was second in the 100-meter dash (11.59).
In the 1600-meter, Carson Polomis was second (4:50.87) and Matt Maye took third (5:00.87). Polomis took second in the 3200 (10:52.81).
Jeremy Wendt was second in the 110-meter hurdles (15.63) and high jump (5-8). In the high jump, Matt Kramer was a winner (5-8). He also won the triple jump by just under two inches (39-3).
A Marinette 4x100 relay team of Sam Drees, Dalton Kaster, Joaquim Hardiman and Anthony Jardeen was first (45.98), as was a 4x200 team of Darrell Dufek, Jardeen, Wendt and Shaw (1:33.91).
Kaster took third in the long jump (18-10).
For the Marinette girls, Katelyn Kitzinger won the 400-meter dash (1:02.63) and took second in the 800-meter (2:30.32), less than a second behind teammate Kimberly Carviou, who won the event in 2:29.61.
Emma Wendt won the 100-meter hurdles (16.80) as well.
Sherrie Wu took second in the 100-meter dash (13.49).
A 4x100 relay team of Amara Smalls, Courtney Anderson, Wu and Riley Renne was second (53.84). A 4x200 team of Wendt, Charli Nowak, Courtney Anderson and Renne took third (1:58.25).
In the 4x400, Marinette had a winner, with Nowak, Cora Wendt, Carviou and Kitzinger (4:22.68).
Lindsey Wingender took third in the discus (98-8). Ciara Grawey was second in the pole vault (7-6) and third in the triple jump (29-5.5).
Beyond Marinette's top-three finishers listed above, the team's placewinners in spots four through eight really helped the Marines get a win, Marinette coach Bryan Lenzner said.
"It was our second and third kids going out there and getting us points. We've been preaching that this is a team thing, we're going to go out there and compete," he said. "We practice like champions, we train like champions and tonight it paid off, so I was really happy."
Lenzner also praised the competition at the meet, which gave Marinette a good warmup heading into the season's home stretch.
Peshtigo's boys were third.
Mitchell VanVooren won the 110-meter hurdles (15.00) and 300-meter hurdles (39.64), setting a meet record in the 300-meter hurdles previously set by state track athlete of the year Josh Pillath, who ran a 40.61-second time in 2017.
Reid Marquardt won the 800-meter run (2:03.79) and Caleb Smith topped the field in the 3200-meter (10:35.69).
Jerod Jandt took third in the 200-meter dash (23.62). In the 400-meter, Cole Trimberger (53.45) and Ezra Swanson (53.89) were second and third, respectively.
A 4x400 team of VanVooren, Trimberger, Marquardt and Jandt was first (3:33.82), as was a 4x800 team of Trimberger, Smith, Marquardt and Alex Dolata (8:49.78).
Max Rauch won the pole vault (14') and set a new meet record in the process, shattering a 10-year-old record held by Gladstone's Josh Syverson (13-4).
Oconto Falls' boys were fourth.
Brent Wolf took second in the 300-meter hurdles (41.08).
Matt Adams took third in the 3200-meter (10:57.27).
Falls' 4x100 team took second, with Owen Huber, Keeshawn Katers, Dylan St. Arnold and Aaron Gonnering doing the running (46.69). A 4x400 team of Wolf, Jacob Saari, Teo Riera and Evan Roberts was third (3:43.13) and a 4x800 team of Brody Schindel, Roberts and Matt and Joe Adams was second (9:09.34).
Dakota Carriveau was second in the shot put (47-3).
Crivitz's boys took fifth, led by Jayden Bemis, who won the 100-meter dash (11.43). Ezekial Lawrence was third in the 110-meter hurdles (16.05).
In the 4x100 relay, Bemis, Kody Richlen, Tony Jopek and Evander Lawrence took third (46.92). A team of Jopek, Ezekial Lawrence, Richlen and Bemis took second (1:34.61).
Jopek was second in the pole vault (12-6).
Gillett's boys were seventh, with Derek Hanson leading the way by winning the 1600-meter (4:48.83) and Bo Krueger winning the discus (149-2).
Adam Anderson was third in the 800 (2:10.54).
The Menominee boys placed eighth. The Maroons' top finisher was Landen Clausen, who was fifth in the 800-meter (2:18.92).
After Menominee Indian was Lena/St. Thomas Aquinas Academy in 10th. John Jagiello's fifth-place spot in the pole vault was the team's best (10').
Coleman's boys took 11th as a team. Timothy Wagner was the team's top performer, taking ninth in the 110-meter hurdles (21.93) and 300-meter hurdles (51.42).
Oconto Falls' girls were second.
Ericka Havemeier won the 100-meter dash (13.10) and 200-meter dash (27.23), with Autumn Magnin taking third in the 200 (28.23). Autumn Canavera was third in the 400 (1:04.42) and 800 (2:30.99) and second in the triple jump (31-3).
Kari Albrecht took third in the 300-meter hurdles (50.26).
Falls' 4x100 relay team of Alexis Euclide, Katie Kurth, Magnin and Havemeier was first (52.65).
Catt Moeller won the pole vault by two feet (9-6), tying Freedom's Jenny Evers for the meet record, set in 2004.
Menominee's girls took third. Katie Anderla won the 1600-meter (5:45.90) and placed second in the 3200 (12:19.24). Hayden Buck took third in the 3200 (12:53.64).
Alicia Nordquist took third in the 100-meter dash (13.62). In the 100-meter hurdles, Makenzie Wellner was second (17.05), but she won the 300-meter hurdles with a 47.99-second finish.
A Menominee 4x100 team of Jenna Nolde, Nordquist, Anna Nerat and Elyssa Wellner took third (54.96) and a 4x200 team of Nolde, Nordquist, Elyssa and Makenzie Wellner was a winner (1:53.56).
In the 4x400, Nolde, Nerat, Marin Park and Elyssa Wellner took second (4:37.08) and a 4x800 team of Park, Buck, Jaida Lesperance and Anderla took first (10:58.14).
Kennedy Olson took second in the shot put (34-7.5) and Nerat took third in the high jump (4-6).
After Kewaunee was Crivitz in fifth. Emalee Johnsen won the discus (107-3), while Chloe Gruszynski was second in the high jump (4-10) and won the long jump (15-8) and triple jump (33-0.5).
Gillett took sixth. Sylvia Hansen was again a comfortable winner in the 3200-meter run (11:50.83).
Aubrey DeBauch took third in the 100-meter hurdles (17.11) and long jump (14-6.75) and second in the 300-meter hurdles (48.07). Karissa Schaal was second in the discus throw (106').
Peshtigo's girls were seventh at their home meet.
Arikka Carroll took second in the 200-meter dash (28.13) and long jump (15-4), while Viola Smith placed third in the pole vault (7-6).
The Coleman girls took eighth with Hope Patz claiming gold in the high jump (5').
A relay team of Faith King, Mariah Mursau, Mariah Payette and Sara Seefeldt was third (11:13.47).
Lena/St. Thomas Aquinas Academy came in ninth. Kennedy Marquardt was the team's top finisher, taking fourth in the 200 and missing third by .02 seconds (28.25).
Oconto's girls were 12th after Menominee Indian and Wabeno, with a couple of relay teams in the top eight spots.
Cougars/Northwoods Storm Compete at Lions Club Invite
Coleman's girls track & field team took fourth of 11 at the Lions Club Invitational in Stephenson on Friday.
Competing against mostly Upper Peninsula teams, Coleman saw Hope Patz tie for first in the high jump with a 4-foot-10 jump. Patz also took fourth in the 100-meter hurdles (19.64) and 300-meter hurdles (57.09).
The Cougars also got second place finishes from Faith King in the 1600-meter run (6:05.53) and 3200-meter (13:13.90).
Mariah Mursau was fourth in the 800 (2:54.86) and Megan Seefeldt took seventh (2:58.20). The Coleman 4x800 relay team was third with a team of Mariah Payette, Mursau, Sara Seefeldt and Megan Seefeldt (12:00.03).
Maddi Wagner took eighth in the shot put (26-11.75) and third in the discus (75-6), with Kylee Tadisch seventh in the latter (72-4). Adrianna Herlache was second in the pole vault (7').
Florence/Niagara was sixth as a team, led by Audrey Selden, who won the 100-meter hurdles (18.02) and placed second in the 300-meter hurdles (54.83), along with Haley Behrmann, who won the shot put (31-2.75).
Berhmann was eighth in the discus (68-3) and Katelyn Baker was ninth (66-5).
Alyssa Cretton was fourth in the 100-meter dash (14.60), sixth in the 200 (30:22) and third in the high jump (4-10). Kiera Sullivan was sixth in the 800-meter run (2:57.69).
Florence/Niagara's boys were fourth of 11 teams, with a win from Riley Hixon in the 300-meter hurdles (44.51). He took third in the 110-meter hurdles (19.41).
Brent Dumke took first in the long jump (20-1), placing in two additional events as well.
Domenic Bjorkman was 10th in the 300-meter hurdles (58.42).
In the 100-meter, Patrick Milan was fourth (12.19) and Dumke was fifth (12.34). Milan added a third-place finish in the 200-meter (25.01) and Dumke was fourth in the high jump (5-4).
In the 400-meter dash, Austin Tripp was fifth (56.99) and Corbin Behrmann placed sixth (58.21). Tripp took fourth in the 800-meter (2:17.17).
In the 3200, Andrew Hirn was seventh (12:10.18).
A relay team of Patrick and Michael Milan, Jackson Racine and Hixon took third in the 4x100 (49.94). In the 4x400, Tripp, Corbin Behrmann, Michael Milan and Hixon were second (3:52.94).
Coleman's boys placed 11th. For the Cougars, Evan Stank was ninth in the 1600 (5:31.14) and Torry Deastell was sixth in the shot put (35-7.25).
Marinette Girls/Peshtigo Boys Top Area Teams at Marinette Invite
Marinette hosted a nine-team track invite on Tuesday, won by Bay Port's boys and Pulaski's girls.
Marinette's girls took third in the field.
Katelyn Kitzinger won the 400-meter dash (1:02.24), with teammate Cora Wendt in fourth (1:06.48). Kimberly Carviou won the 800-meter (2:25.83), with Kitzinger in third (2:35.54).
Emma Wendt won the 100-meter hurdles for Marinette (16.63), with teammate Ciara Grawey fourth (17.92).
In the shot put, Lindsey Wingender was fifth (32-3). She took fourth in the discus (102-5).
In the 3200-meter, Samantha Pieper was fourth (13:10.83).
In the pole vault, Ciara Grawey tied for third (8'). Sherrie Wu tied for third in the long jump (14-8).
Menominee's girls weren't far behind, taking fourth. Katie Anderla won the 1600-meter (5:43.30) and took second in the 3200-meter (12:18.56).
Makenzie Wellner was second in the 100-meter hurdles (17.18), but she won the 300-meter hurdles with a time of 48.86 seconds.
Kennedy Olson took second in the shot put (35-9) and Anna Nerat tied for third in the high jump (4-6).
The Maroons' 4x200 team of Jenna Nolde, Elyssa Wellner, Makenzie Wellner and Alicia Nordquist was third (1:53.45). In the 4x400, a Menominee team of Hayden Buck, Nerat, Marin Park and Elyssa Wellner was also third (4:31.99), as was a 4x800 team of Anderla, Buck, Park and Jaida Lesperance.
After Marquette were the Crivitz Wolverines in sixth. Emalee Johnsen won the discus throw (110-10) and Chloe Gruszynski won both the long jump (15-1.5) and triple jump (33-3).
Kailee Sellen was fourth in the shot put (33-4).
Riley Roman was fifth in the 3200-meter (14:22.09).
Peshtigo's girls were tied for eighth with Seymour. Alexis Haynes tied for third in the high jump (4-6) and Viola Smith was second in the pole vault (8-6). Salsabeel Salem rounded out the Bulldog girls' top-five finishes with a fourth-place finish in the triple jump (28-8.25).
Peshtigo's boys took fourth, the best of any local team.
Mitchell VanVooren won the 200-meter dash (23.11), with Jerod Jandt in third (23.92).
Ezra Swanson was second in the 400-meter, missing first by .1 seconds (54.54). He also tied for fourth in the high jump (5-8) and took second in the long jump (19-1).
VanVooren also won the 110-meter hurdle event with a 14.76-second time.
In the 800-meter, Reid Marquardt took fourth (2:06.26) and Caleb Smith placed second in the 3200 (10:28.85).
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