Warriors, Rockets race to track sectionals

Girls, boys advance from regional level with top-four finishes in WIAA regional competition
Ozaukee Press staff

The Ozaukee girls’ and boys’ track and field teams advanced 11 entries to the sectional level at a WIAA Division 3 regional meet in Pardeeville on Monday.

For the boys, Gavin Dorrler won the long jump with a leap of 20 feet, 6.25 inches, the high jump  (5-8) and the 200-meter dash in 23.26 seconds.

Sam Schubert was second in the 3,200 run (11:02.75).

For the girls, Elise Large won the 3,200 run (11:58.46) and 1,600 run (5:28.05).

Also for the girls, Delanie McFadden won the 100 dash (13.14) and 200 dash (26.88), and Emma Richards won the shot put (37-11.5) and was second in discus (125-4).

Teammate Caryn Hamm was third in shot put (35-7).

Taking second were the girls’ 3,200 relay of Ashlee Mueller, Kelley Large, Amy Hoffmann and Jenna Schueller was second (10:27.54) and 1,600 relay of Mueller, Allison Stahl, Hoffmann and Becca Schauer (4:30.79).

The Ozaukee girls finished second in the 10-team meet with 105.33 points. St. Mary’s Springs won with 162.

In the boys’ meet, Ozaukee finished sixth with 66 points. St. Mary’s Springs won with 146.

On Thursday, Ozaukee’s qualifiers will participate in the New Holstein sectional. The top four place-finishers in each event advance to the state meet at the University of Wisconsin-La Crosse next week.

The Cedar Grove-Belgium’s boys and girls’ track and field teams advanced four entries from Monday’s Division 2 regional meet at New Holstein.

Karen Ibarra won the girls’ 800 run with a personal-record 2:32.03.

Cedar Grove-Belgium coach Eric Teunissen said Ibarra fell behind two girls early but outkicked them at the end of the race.

For the boys, school record holder Stephen Lavey took second in the 1,600 run (4:35.33) and the 3,200 run (9:51.58).

The boys’ 3,200 relay of Elliot Depies, Bryce Ketterhagen, Ben Fleuchaus and Logan Ketterhagen advanced with a fourth-place finish (8:58.39).

“They knew what they had to do. They ran well,” Teunissen said.

Cedar Grove-Belgium’s qualifiers will take part in sectional meet at Freedom on Thursday. The top four finishers in each event move on to state.



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