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Area D3 Athletes Move on to State Competition

Issue Date: June 24, 2021

The Gillett Tigers had another great collective performance at the Rosholt Division 3 Sectional on Thursday.

The Gillett girls took third of 37 teams at the sectional, while the boys were 10th of 30. Between the two, the Tigers are sending competitors to nine events at the state meet, which begins Thursday in La Crosse.

Leading the Tiger girls were second-place finishers, Sylvia Hansen, in the 800-meter run (2:25.18) and Aubrey DeBauch in the 300-meter hurdles (47.55 seconds).

DeBauch's performance was even more impressive given that she missed six weeks of the season with an injury.

"I had every confidence that she could but she had to believe it and that last 100 meters of that 300 race, she proved it," Gillett coach Bill DeJung said. "Coming back from that and running this kind of a time really says something about her competitive nature and her desire to do well."

The pair also competed as part of Gillett's winning 4x800 relay team, which finished in 10 minutes, 10.57 seconds.

That team, with Ryann Wagner and Carleigh Kaczmarek rounding it out, will go into state seeded fifth. The top teams in the race are running in just under 10 minutes, and DeJung thinks his team can get closer to those numbers.

"I think we could get another 8 to 10 seconds, you put yourself in that competitive situation at state, it'll be interesting to see," he said.

Karissa Schaal was second in the discus at 117 feet, 2 inches. That put her seven inches off the lead, which went to Northland Lutheran's Brooke Neumann, the top seed at state.

Schaal's best is over 121, so she's got a shot at winning gold this weekend.

"She's been very consistent all year long," DeJung said. "She threw 117 and she's been in the teens most of the year, her best is 121-something, but she's been so consistent, I thought that if she was in the teens today, she would make it, and she did."

She was also an extra qualifier for the state in the shot put following a 37-9.25 distance, fifth in the field at sectionals.

Wagner just missed state in the 3200, taking fifth with a time of 12:13.02, less than two seconds from fourth. The top four finishers in each event made state, along with some extra qualifiers who hit certain benchmarks in their scores.

For the Gillett boys, Alex Peterson was second in the 3200-meter (10:02.90). He was less than a second off first and goes into state seeded fourth in the field.

Derek Hanson was fourth in the 1600-meter (4:40.15) and Connor Hanson took fourth in the 800 (2:04.14).

On Connor Hanson, DeJung said, "I knew he could do it, but his time of 2:04 really was a nice eye-opener that he competed his butt off. It was close for third, fourth, and fifth, and he made sure that he was the guy in fourth, so I knew he had that in him and he kept his composure and form down through the finish line, so I'm really proud of him. That's a big step for him in racing, that's for sure."

DeJung said Derek Hanson might've run a bit harder than he had to in the 4x800, but he'll have to work hard to run both events at state, as the Hansons, Alex Peterson and Evan Peterson also ran in the 4x800 relay, which was a winner with a time of 8:22.48.

That time is the top qualifying time in D3, six seconds better than the next-best team, but it will still be a tough race, as state always is.

"That was against some very, very good competition. Sheboygan Lutheran and Menasha St. Mary have very, very good teams that can run very, very well and we just ran a little better today, that's all," DeJung said. "They'll be back in it, though, at state, and they're tough. They're very tough, so I'm happy with that one."

St. Mary and Sheboygan's teams are seeded second and third, respectively.

Also competing at sectionals for Gillett, Evan Peterson was 11th in the 3200 (10:39.64) and Riley Engebretsen was 16th (11:49.11). A 4x200 relay team of Brandon Rodgers, Aydin Franti, Blake Goodreau and Brandon DeBauch was 12th (1:52.22).

Angela Mosconi was 12th in the 3200 (13:18.43) and Kaczmarek was 14th at 13:58.12. The 4x400 relay team of Lexi Grzeskowiak, Kasey Hansen, Cheyenne Krueger and Ava Woodke was 14th (4:54.12).

Other teams around Marinette and Oconto counties had some success at the Rosholt sectional as well.

Florence-Niagara's girls had a winner in the high jump with Alyssa Cretton's 5-foot-2 jump. That's two inches off the top qualifying jump in D3 overall.

Audrey Selden was second in the 100-meter hurdles at 15.48 seconds. She won the preliminary race but ended second in the finals.

Selden and Cretton ran in a 12th-place relay team with Josie Rock and Morgan Borchardt (54.78), while Selden was also with Rock, Borchardt and Emma Brasure in the 11th-place 4x200 team (1:59.33). Kierra Sullivan was 11th in the 800-meter (2:46.86) and Borchardt was 14th in the 100 (13.59).

Florence-Niagara's Patrick Milan was fourth in the 200-meter dash to qualify for state in 23.11 seconds. Milan was also ninth in the 100-meter dash (11.57)

Blake Smith finished fifth in the long jump with a 19-6 distance for Florence-Niagara, along with a sixth-place finish in the 110-meter hurdles (16.09) and a 10th in the 300-meter hurdles (44.09).

Evan Bruemmer was 14th in the shot put (39-2) and a 4x800 team of Jacob Lambert, Matt Bousley, Zachary Schroeder and Andrew Hirn placed 12th (10:32.22).

The Crivitz girls got a win in the pole vault from Isabella Galindo (9 feet). Senya Caine took sixth in the 100-meter dash (13.01) and McKenna Sellen was eighth in the discus (99') and 12th in the shot put (32-2.25).

Mitchell Zorn was 11th in the shot put (40-5).

Coleman's Corrin Liptak advanced with a second-place finish in the long jump (16-7.75) and Kiersten Jensen took fourth in the discus (114-4).

Liptak was competing with a bad foot, but she still managed to break her own school record with her jump.

"It kind of slowed her down with some things, but she's all heart," Coleman coach Jeffrey Bronson said.

On Jensen, Bronson credited her hard work during the season for her success at sectionals.

"She's come a long way. Kiersten's just a sponge for knowledge and she works hard, so it was nice to see her have the success she did today," Bronson said. "I thought she had a chance to qualify just by how she was coming along in practice and even later in the year in the meets. She works. She's a kid that you want on your team because she's going to work every single day and she listens. She's going to put in time and she's going to have some good numbers coming up in the rest of her career."

Coleman's Sylvia Fochesato was seventh in the 100-meter hurdles (17.14) and ninth in the 200-meter dash (27.76). Liptak was 10th in the 200 (27.79) and Desiree Nowak was ninth in the 400 (1:06.84).

John Nowak was 14th in the 1600-meter (5:36.55).

Coleman has a young team, with its sectional qualifiers all coming back next year.

"We were super young to begin with. It was kind of eye-opening when we went up to regionals a little bit, and then today for the ones that got to continue, it's even better, so if they keep working, they're going to have more days like this where they're going to have success," Bronson said.

Lena/St. Thomas Aquinas' Kennedy Marquardt got over the hump to earn state qualification in her senior year, taking fourth in the 400-meter dash (1:02.59). She took sixth in the 200-meter (27.15) and long jump (16 feet).

"By far her best time she's ever run, so that's a good PR for her. She did have a nice day all around, she PR'd in every single event," coach Fritz Weidner said. "I'm really proud of her because she just kept battling and fighting. She lost out last year and so I'm proud that she was able to get through this year. She deserves it. She's the hardest worker that we've got."

Samara VanArk was 16th in the 1600-meter (7:35.87), while a 4x100 relay team of Ruth Alberts, Alabama Lambert, Natalie McNurlen and Elizabeth Weidner was 14th (57.50).

Sam Marquardt was ninth in the 200-meter dash (24.15), Max Beyer took ninth in the 400-meter (56.27) and 13th in the high jump (5-4), Sidney Sylvester took 13th in the triple jump (39-0.75) and Frank DesJarlais was 12th in the discus (105-11) and 15th in the shot put (38-5.5).

Beyer, Dylan Comins, Reed Hosking and Bladyn Anderson took 10th in the 4x800 relay (10:32.22). Comins, Sylvester, Ayden DeCoursin and Braeden Neta were 11th in the 4x200 (1:43.59). Beyer, DeCoursin, Neta and Marquardt took ninth in the 4x100 (48.16).

Suring's Jeremy Hensel advanced to state with a win in the pole vault (12-6), also taking 10th in the 400 (56.61).

Hensel is consistently hitting over 12 feet, but in order to get higher than that, he'll need a longer pole, Suring coach Heidi Gerndt said. The team plans to borrow one for him to use, she said.

Currently, his 12-6 height is third among qualifiers. The highest qualifying height is 13 feet.

Also for Suring, Gavin Fredenburgh was 15th in the 110 hurdles (19.13), Jackson Schaal took 16th in the shot put (37-11.25) and Trent VanDenElzen took eighth in the pole vault.

For Suring's girls, Olivia Noack was sixth in the 1600 (5:44.52), Birdee Cramer was 11th in the 100-meter hurdles (18.01) and 10th in the 300-meter hurdles (53 seconds) and Georgia Gerndt took 13th in the 400 (1:10.79).

Christine Sleeter placed seventh in the pole vault (7 feet), eighth in the high jump (4-8) and 12th in the triple jump (30-10.25).

Suring had three relay teams come up short, with a 4x800 team of Gerndt, Kate Mahoney, Chantelle Vandenelzen and Claire Pommerich 11th (12:08.34), a 4x400 team of Noack, Mahoney, Gerndt and Mackenzie Bailey taking 13th (4:44.10), and a 4x100 team of Bailey, Sleeter, Lily Hakes and Lillie Taylor placing 16th (58.96).

Coach Gerndt said her team had a lot of PRs on the day, despite not putting many kids into state competition. For a young team, they've got room to grow.

"They're a young team," Gerndt said. "I've got two seniors and I only look for better things to come next year if we get a couple more kids out."

Oconto saw Hannah Moe take sixth in the 300-meter hurdles (50.14) and eighth in the high jump (4-8), also running with Lianna Baxter, Michayla Leonard and Leah Allan in the 4x200 relay, which took sixth (1:55.25).

Betsy Finger was 15th in the 1600 (6:39.45).

On the boys side, Oconto's Davon Caylor took 10th in the 100-meter dash (11.62) and 13th in the high jump (5-4). He also ran with Roger Ramirez, Dominic Caylor and Mitchell Kumhala in the 4x100 relay (47.87).

Bulldogs, Marines and

Panthers Compete in

D2 Sectional at FVL

Peshtigo, Marinette and Oconto Falls will not be sending any athletes to the state track meet after last week's Division 2 sectional at Fox Valley Lutheran.

Peshtigo's top finisher on the boys side was senior Caleb Smith, who took ninth in the 1600-meter run with a time of 4 minutes, 59.9 seconds. Peshtigo sophomore Andrew Nelson was 12th in the race (5:05.12).

Freshman Ethan Brissette took 12th in the 300-meter hurdles (44.71) and junior Darius Sechen placed 16th in the shot put (36-9.25).

Peshtigo's boys had three relay teams finish 10th, 11th and 15th. The 4x200 team of Aaron Blohowiak, Jesse Jandt, Adam Reiswitz and Sechen was 10th (1:37.04), Blohowiak, Jandt, Reiswitz and Mason Doberstein were 11th in the 4x100 (47.2) and Doberstein, Kyle Goneau, Reese Yunke and Logan Smith took 15th in the 4x400 (3:53.98).

Junior Alexis Haynes was the only Peshtigo girl at sectionals, tying for ninth in the high jump at 4-foot-8.

"We weren't able to advance anyone, but our athletes performed well," Peshtigo coach Joe Nault said. "Many had personal bests, however, many of the other teams did the same thing and we just didn't have enough today. We're proud of the kids for competing and performing well in a high-level meet like this. It will serve them well in the future."

Marinette sophomore Kylie Veriha was ninth in the 100-meter hurdles at 18.08 seconds and ninth in the high jump at 4-8. Junior Hadley Reines took ninth in the 1600 (5:53.02), sophomore Rylee Hansen placed 10th in the 200-meter dash (29.33) and junior Elise Schmiege placed 10th in the 400 (5:53.02).

Junior Lindsey Wingender was 13th in the shot put (33-3.25), while junior Ava Dahlman and senior Samantha Pieper were 13th and 16th in the 3200-meter, respectively (13:35.44, 14:11.62). Senior Sherrie Wu took 11th in the long jump (15-2.75).

Wu also ran on two relay races. Wu, Hansen, Veriha and Amara Smalls were ninth in the 4x100 (53.84) and 11th in the 4x200 (1:54.02), while Dahlman, Reines, Samantha Pieper and Karissa Valitchka came in 14th in the 4x800 (12:02.18).

For the Marinette boys, senior Nathan Poetzl took eighth in the 100-meter dash (11.57) and senior Cameron Anderson was 10th in the shot put (42-11).

A 4x800 team of Robert Hruska, Alec Queever, Alex Mamonov and Ryan Demmith took eighth (9:10.95) and Poetzl, Braden Bizzelle, Cole Vargo and Finn Seaborg were 14th in the 4x100 (47.66).

The boys 4x800 and 4x100 and girls 4x200 were season records, as was Veriha's 100-meter hurdle time.

Marinette will return 45 athletes to the fold next year, coach Jess Scheer said. Of those, 24 have just one year of high school track under their belts.

"Myself and my fellow coaches have had a wonderful season and are very proud of all of our athletes," Scheer said. "We are also really looking forward to next season."

Oconto Falls sophomore Brailyn St. Louis was sixth in the high jump (4-10), freshman Hannah Ludemann came in 12th in the 3200 (13:32.06), senior Kearra Champeau was 15th in the 100-meter dash (14.24) and freshman Maddy Przybylski was 15th in the 800 (2:45.55).

For the Panther boys, senior Josh Saari was fifth in the 110-meter hurdles (16.10) and 14th in the 300-meter hurdles (46.73). Junior Joe Adams was eighth in the 1600 (4:52.40) and 10th in the 3200 (10:47.56).


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