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Mondovi Track and Field Regional, 5-27-15

Stanley-Boyd's Bryce Nichols

OSSEO — A handful of individual victories led the Stanley-Boyd boys track and field team to first place at the Matye Invitational hosted by Osseo-Fairchild on Friday.

Zach Turner took first place in the long jump, triple jump and shot put events while Bryce France added a victory in the pole vault. France, Turner, Michael Samplawski and Kane Martinson teamed to take second in the 400 relay. Samplawski was second in the 800, Martinson tied for third in the high jump and finished third in the triple jump, Mason Bichanich took second in the discus and Bryce Nichols was second in the 110 hurdles. Braxton Thompson also finished second in the 100 to lead Stanley-Boyd to the title with a team score of 145.5.

McDonell scored 141 to finish second as a team. Isaac Bohaty won the 800, 1,600 and 3,200 races and Eric Ohde won the discus for the Macks. Charlie Bleskachek, Brady Bauer, Evan Smith and Joey Huffcutt teamed up to win the 3,200 relay.

Bohaty and Turner were each named MVPs for the boys meet for track events and field events, respectively.

Nathan Hoglund took second in the 400 and third in both the 100 and 200. Bleskachek finished third in the 800, Bauer was third in the 3,200 and Jarret Jordan took second in the 1,600.

Cadott finished in fourth place with a score of 80.5. Brandon Pederson won the 400 and took second in the 200 while teaming with Tyler Gillett, Brady Carrell and Garrett Roth to win the 1,600 relay. Gillett, Roth, Carrell and Andy Hinzmann took second in the 800 relay. Hinzmann finished third in the 110 hurdles while Donovan Walters was third in the 300 hurdles.

Thorp scored 13 points to take eighth place.

The Oriole girls came in third place, scoring 95 points. Heather Milas won the discus and shot put events, Kirsten Carrigan finished first in the pole vault and Allison Vitort was first in the 800 while also taking second in the 400 and triple jump.

The Cadott girls finished in fourth place (90.5 points), led by a strong performance from its relay teams. Kayla Dubiel, Alexis Munroe, Elizabeth Kyes and Saige Sikora won the 400 relay while Rachel Manier, Felisha Glomski, Jenna Sedlacek and Kyes won the 1,600 relay. Sandra Henry, Ahnika Hartzell, Morgan Spaeth and Samantha Pfeiffer won the 400 throwers relay and Kelsea Greene, Sedlacek, Cailin Rineck and Sikora finished second in the 800 relay.

Kyes won the 400 and Rachel Manier won the 100 hurdles. Munroe tied for third in the high jump.

McDonell scored 73 points to take sixth place. Grace Mrozinski, Abby Klimek, Abby Wampler and Julia Verbick won the 3,200 relay and Rachel Ohde picked up a win in the high jump. Ohde set a school record with a height of 5-feet-4. Verbick took second in the 800 and Mrozinski was second in the 3,200.

Thorp finished ninth with eight points. Neillsville/Granton won the meet with 157.

Knights sweep at New Auburn Invite

At New Auburn, the Lake Holcombe/Cornell boys and girls teams ran away with team titles.

Lexi Mousette (100 hurdles), Kierra Walters (400), Jordan Geist (200), Orianna Lebal (pole vault) and Sara Stender (long jump) each came away with first-place finishes in their events to lead the Knight girls. Colton Hetke won the 110 hurdles, 300 hurdles, 400 and high jump events to lead the boys.

The New Auburn boys took second place, led by Austin North with victories in the 100 and 200 and Brandon Hilger taking first in the 1,600. The New Auburn girls finished fifth.


Elk Mound 11, Bloomer 1

At Bloomer, the Mounders scored in each of the final four innings to pull away from the Blackhawks in a nonconference game.

Tanner Olsen picked up two of Bloomer’s three hits in the loss.

The Blackhawks (8-5) hosts Ladysmith on Tuesday.

Eau Claire Regis 14, Cadott 2 (6 inn.)

At Cadott, the Hornets trailed 4-0 after three but the Ramblers rallied to break it open in a Western Cloverbelt Conference game.

Dylan Ramseier was 1-for-3 with a pair of RBIs to lead Cadott (1-10, 1-10).

Cadott hosts Altoona on Tuesday.

Fall Creek 9, Stanley-Boyd 2

At Fall Creek, the Orioles had a baserunner in every inning but failed to capitalize in a Western Cloverbelt Conference loss to the Crickets.

Noah Gillingham and Brandon Wright each had RBIs for Stanley-Boyd (5-5, 5-5).

Stanley-Boyd plays at Altoona on Monday.


Eau Claire Regis 2-11, Cadott 0-1

At Cadott, the Ramblers swept the Hornets in a Western Cloverbelt Conference doubleheader.

Cadott (5-6, 3-4) out-hit Regis 5-4 in the opener but fell 2-0. Brittany Erickson went 2-for-3 to lead the Hornets.

Cadott hosts Altoona for a doubleheader on Tuesday.

Fall Creek 12, Stanley-Boyd 6

At Fall Creek, a seven-run first inning guided the Crickets past the Orioles.

Josie Radtke reached base four times while Carley Chwala, Taylor Burzynski, Colleen Smith and Katie Mercier each had an RBI for the Orioles.

Stanley-Boyd plays a doubleheader at McDonell on Tuesday.

Thorp 6, Winneconne 3

At the Poynette Tournament, Lizzy Schimke threw a complete game and struck out seven to earn the win for the Cardinals.

Karley Kryzanski went 3-for-4 with a double while Lyndsey Tyznik and Ellie Zurakowski each doubled to lead Thorp (16-0).

Thorp concludes the tournament on Saturday with a game against Cuba City.

Spencer 10, Gilman 1

At Gilman, the Rockets never trailed on their way to an Eastern Cloverbelt Conference win over the Pirates.

Emily Johnson struck out six in seven innings for the Pirates.


Regis/McDonell 1, Eau Claire North 1

At Eau Claire, Payton Swoboda scored the only goal for Regis/McDonell as it opened the UW-Eau Claire invitational with a tie.

Danielle Yengo assisted on Swoboda’s goal in the 31st minute. The two teams tied in shots, 7-7.

Regis/McDonell plays Ashland on Saturday.

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