NSC track foes make it tough on local teams

By 
MITCH MAERSCH
Ozaukee Press staff

Port Washington and Grafton’s track and field teams found tough competition at the North Shore Conference outdoor meet on May 15 in West Bend.

The Grafton girls took sixth place with 59 points, and Port was last with 30.5 points. West Bend West won the 10-team meet with 166.

Grafton’s Taylor Weiss took second in shot put with a throw of 34 feet, 7 inches.

Kate Senczyszyn was second in the 400 in 59.88 seconds.

Abby Cibulka was third in the 100 in 12.96 and in the long jump with a leap of 16-11.

Lizbeth Huertas was third in the 300 hurdles in 49.75.

The 800 relay of Delaney Reindl, Jaden Mirek, Huertas and Cibulka was third in 1:48.1.

The 1,600 relay of Kirsten Van Ryzin, Mirek, Morgan Ruona and Senczyszyn was third in 4:07.86.

Julia Wille was fourth in the 3,200 in 12:10.4.

For Port, Jill Cavanaugh was second in the 3,200 in 12:00.69.

Alexis Reichardt was third in the 800 in 2:23.86, fourth in the 1,600 in 5:29.87 and fifth in the high jump by clearing 5 feet.

“The distance kids were all strong. Jill had a good run in the 3,200,” coach Joe Adamak said.

The Port boys took eighth with 40.5 points. Grafton was last with 30. Slinger won with 131.

“Finishing in the top eight and earning points at the 10-team conference meet proved to be a challenging endeavor in all 18 events,” Port boys coach Mark Pasten said.

The Black Hawk boys took the only title between the four teams.

The 3,200 relay team of Sam Peters, Victor Geiser, Jake Neperud and Jonathon Weinhold won in 8:38.48.

Dylan Mursch was third in the discus with a 135-00.

The 400 relay team of Joey Giorgi, Caden Knauer, Mason Hunt-Olkowski and John Kluck was fourth in 45.36.

Ethan Lang was fifth in the 400 in 52.15.

For Port, Jake Lippe took third in the triple jump with a 49-9.75.

Michael Murphy was third in the pole vault by clearing 12 feet.

The 800 relay team of Mitchell Niemeyer, Lippe, Nathan Russell and Deron Spicer was fourth in 1:35.57.

Both teams were scheduled to compete in the Division 1 regional in Hartford on Monday, but bad weather moved the meet to Tuesday.

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