Somerset track teams get noticed at WIAA State Track Meet | New Richmond News
She went on to place ninth at the WIAA state meet in the long jump. and Marshfield softball player Megan Donahue (April) as winners of the. Outdoor Stats · Indoor Stats · School/Facility Records · Indoor Top For his efforts, Buchholtz was named the United States Track & Field and UWL finished second in ; third in , and and fifth in Association (WIAA) State Track & Field Meet Administration staff, taking over as. Deerfield Track and Field. NEWEST INFORMATION/UPDATES. DEERFIELD'S STATE MEET RESULTS .. Nate Siewert hurdles 4TH PLACE, hurdles .
Jake Lepak SP 4: Blake Milkowski SP 4: Isaiah Winowiski DC 4: Dominic Laufenberg MER 4: Dane Tischendorf ANT Tim DeLoye WW Taron Gutowski MER Jaiger Halvorson MAR Henkens, Brewer, Goralski, Wittenberg Cole Knapp WW Aidan Tautges MER Chad Franz SP 2: Liam Belson SP 2: Zach Ostrowski DC 2: Addison Hill MAR 2: Carter Chojnacki MAR 2: Deakin Czerneski ANT Mitchell Michalske WW Bradley Dickinson MAR Knutson, Ethan Stashek 3: Mueller DC ; 2.
Owen Ahrens SP ; 3. Mike Iverson WR ; 4. Cade Gelhar DC ; 6. Alexander MAR ; Brody Anderson MAR Gavin Lloyd DC Peyton Erikson RH Ryan Hartman WW 9: Alex Strojny SP Jared Oemig MAR The three athletes, along with two boys relay teams and two boys in three events, all earned all-conference honors with their first- or second-place finishes.
Submitted photo This story is sponsored by: Elhendy-Gunnarsson also placed second in the meters in Lindsey Steffen finished second in the high jump and Carly Brickley was second in the The Marshfield girls finished fifth and the boys were fourth in the team standings. Stevens Point won both team titles. Wausau East 97; 5. Wisconsin Rapids 41; 7.
Winners and Marshfield finishers 3, relay: Grace Belson SP 5: Dehlia Kilty MAR 5: Tayllor Thompson MAR 1: Samantha Hoch MAR Mariah Haight WE Bright WW ; 5. Holland MAR ; 7. Jaworski WW ; 2. Bryan MAR ; 7. Holland MAR ; Gabby Johnson SP ; 2. Natalie Mohring DC ; 4.
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Wausau West ; 4. Wisconsin Rapids 89; 6. Eric Kubash MAR Colton Kizewski SP Liam Belson SP 4: Addison Hill MAR 4: John Hyland SP Jared Mortenson WW ; 7.
Goettl MAR ; 8. Kaleb Schuster DC ; 3. Dawson Tysver MAR ; 5. Adam Maki MAR Elhendy-Gunnarsson MAR ; 6.
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Goettl MAR ; Zach Mueller DC ; The Marshfield boys did not compete. Marshfield racked up 94 points, finishing just three points behind third-place Wausau East. Medford won the meet with points, with Lakeland second with Marshfield had five top-three finishes, including one individual champion as senior Katie Osinski won the discus with a toss of feet, 1 inch. Gracie Holland was second in the pole vault 10 feet and third in the triple jumpLindsey Steffen finished third in the high jumpand senior Sophia Schrodi was third in the 3, meters Marshfield will next compete at the Wisconsin Dells Invitational on May Wausau East 56; 8.
Wausau East 97; 4. Three Lakes 72; 7. Winners and Marshfield results High jump: Emily Wicklund MOS ; 2. Lindsey Steffen MAR ; 6. Daisy Campbell TL ; 2.
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Gracie Holland MAR ; 7. Dehlia Kilty MAR Meg Bryan MAR ; 8. Somerset junior Robbie Lang heads into the straightaway in the finals of the meter dash at the state track meet in La Crosse on Saturday.Collin Taylor- WI State High Jump Champion
Somerset's girls earned medals in the meter relay, the high jump and the meter dash. The Spartan boys reached the awards podium in the high hurdles and the meter relay. Somerset's girls did so well at state that they earned 15 points, which placed them 16th among the 67 Division 2 schools with athletes competing at state.
Somerset's boys earned nine points, which left them in 27th place. Somerset's girls definitely overachieved at state. While the Spartans had hopes of placing in several events, none was a lead-pipe cinch. They were seeded last among the 18 teams entered at state. Their first surprise was taking second in their heat in the prelims, which got them into Saturday's finals.
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Their time of In the finals the Spartans ran another flawless race, with Broome's strong charge as the anchor runner getting the Spartans onto the state awards stand in fourth place. Broome also earned a state medal for an individual performance. Broome proved at state that she also deserves to be included in that class.
She took fifth in the Division 2 meters in Her time of The Spartans were well represented in the field events by junior Sarah Krig, who competed in the high jump, pole vault and triple jump at state.
Krig reached the awards stand with her fifth place finish in the high jump. She earned another point for the team by finishing eighth in the triple jump. She ranked 10th in the pole vault.
In the high jump Krig was one of five girls who tied for second place by clearing the bar at 5 feet, 4 inches. The places had to be decided on misses at previous heights, which put Krig into fifth place in the final results. In the triple jump Krig competed in the first flight, meaning she would have to outperform several girls who qualified for state with better distances than she had. Krig did that, hitting a jump of 34 feet, 9.