CORNELL — Sara Stender and Colton Hetke each won three individual events to help power the Lake Holcombe/Cornell track and field team to a clean sweep of team championships on Thursday at the Lake Holcombe/Cornell Knights Invite.
Stender won the 300-meter hurdles, long jump and triple jump events while Hetke was victorious in the 110 and 300 hurdles along with the high jump. Jordan Geist added event wins in the 100 and 200 as the Lake Holcombe/Cornell girls won a total of 12 events en route to a convincing team win.
Lexi Moussette (100 hurdles), Kierra Walters (400) and Ashley Burns (3,200) won individual events while the 400, 800, 1,600 and 3,200 relays all won.
The Knights also had 10 second-place finishes for the girls with Moussette (300 hurdles, high jump), Isabelle Dixon (200, triple jump), Gabby Harp (100 hurdles), Orianna Lebal (800), Courtney Lundmark (discus), Walters (long jump), Geist (pole vault) and Elizabeth Sproul (shot put) each taking second.
Kayla Vavra (800), Kareese Jiskra (shot put) and Lebal (pole vault) each took third as the Knights rolled to a team championship with 246.5 points with Flambeau taking second with 105.5. Gilman took fourth place with 64 points and New Auburn was sixth with 18.
New Auburn’s Anna Koteras (200, 400) and Hailey Vaughn (100) finished fifth to lead the Trojans.
Camryn Skabroud (1,600) and Kyle Schoene (high jump) won events for the Pirates. Marissa Mravik took second in the 1,600 while Schoene was third in the long jump and Kayla Monson finished third in the triple jump.
Dakota Popp was victorious in the pole vault for the Lake Holcombe/Cornell boys, who won the team title with 165 points.
Andrew Brosted took second place in the shot put and discus, Hetke finished second in the triple jump and Kyle Glaus was second in the 300 hurdles.
Luke Geist (400), Sam Peterson (3,200) and Josh Grape (long jump) were third individually while the 1,600 and 3,200 relays finished third as well.
New Auburn took third place with 115 points and won two events with the 400 relay and Austin North (200) taking home titles. North was also second in the 100 and the 800 relay took second as well.
Sarick Hoege had a pair of third places (300 hurdles, high jump) and Garrett Haller (100) and Brandon Hilger (1,600) also took third.
Gilman finished fourth and got victories from Ethan Aldinger (100), Brady Emstrom (long jump) and the 1,600 relay.
Aldinger (400, long jump) and Emstrom (high jump) also had second place finishes. Torger Crick (pole vault) and the 800 relay each finished third for the Pirates.