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BLOOMER — The Bloomer boys and girls track and field teams swept team titles on Tuesday at the Heart O'North Conference meet hosted by the Blackhawks.

The Bloomer boys topped Hayward 149-134.5 while the girls (175.5) bettered Northwestern (134.5) for championships.

A successful performance from the Blackhawks was powered at the top from 12 conference championships, including three from Paul Schumacher.

Schumacher finished first in the 100-meter run (11.24), 200 (23.15) and long jump (20-feet, 5.5-inches). Maggie Sarauer won the 100 (13.20) and 400 (1:01.82). Grace Post was the top finisher in the 300 hurdles (48.12) and long jump (16-7.75) and Cole Michaelsen won the 1,600 (4:36.29) and 3,200 (10:30.06).

Kayce Schultz won the 100 hurdles (17.21) to give the Bloomer girls the sweep, Justyne Burgess cleared 4-10 to win the high jump and Larissa Fossum took first in the discus (103-04).

Vanessa Jenneman (100, 400), Kenadi Poirier (long jump, triple jump), Tucker Kempe (100 hurdles), Schumacher (400), Sarauer (200), Alex Conrad (3,200) and Payton Dachel (shot put) each finished second in their respective solo events while the boys relay teams in the 3,200 (Jaden Halom, Joe Lanzer, Sam Lanzer, Cole Michaelsen) and 400 (Logan Freeman, Braedon Hoecherl, Philip Jorstad, Jace McMullin) had runner-up finishes.

Jessica Gengler tied for second in the pole vault.

Jenneman (200, long jump), Post (triple jump), Dachel (discus) Dalton Grambo (100 hurdles), Conrad (1,600) and Burgess (300 hurdles) were third individually while the boys 800 (Trenton Beaudette, Hoecherl, Jorstad, Kempe), girls 800 (Burgess, Laken Jones, Poirier, Post) and boys 1,600 (Hoecherl, Jorstad, Joe Lanzer, McMullin) were third.

Kempe (300 hurdles) and Gabe Naumann (discus) were fourth and Sierra Raine was fifth in the shot put.

The girls 400 relay team of Aspyn Arendt, Jaime Lyons, Poirier and Summer Ruff and 1,600 relay team of Arendt, Burgess, Ruff and Schultz were each fifth.

Bloomer returns to action at Division 2 regionals on Monday in Colfax.

Stanley-Boyd girls win Western Cloverbelt title

At Cadott, the Oriole girls won the Western Cloverbelt championship.

Allison Vitort won the 400 (59.97) and 800 (2:29.30) and finished second in the triple jump and fifth in the 200 to lead the Orioles.

Hayley Nichols (shot put, 34-11) and McKenna Endvick (pole vault, 8-0) each finished first. Jade Fredrickson (pole vault), Ella Koenig (discus) and Amanda Staib (long jump) were second. Kelli Shilts took third in the high jump while the 400 relay (Staib, Ashley Anderson, Brooklyn Vircks, Savanna Anderson) and 800 relay (Staib, Fredrickson, Shilts, Endvick) were third as well.

Fredrickson (300 hurdles), Madelynn Green (shot put), Nichols (discus) and the 1,600 relay team of Shilts, Kailyn Schillinger, Endvick and Vircks took fourth while Schillinger tied for fourth in the pole vault.

Frederickson (100 hurdles) and the 3,200 relay team of Baile Dregney, Hannah Melville, Jodie Sorenson and Shilts) were fifth.

Stanley-Boyd (144.5) edged Fall Creek (137) for the team girls title. Cadott (77.5) was fifth and McDonell (67) was sixth.

The Cadott 3,200 relay team of Abby Eiler, Mary Jo Prokupek, Hailey Wellner and Kaileigh Tice won in 10:48.47 and the 1,600 relay team of Eiler, Tice, Felisha Glomski and Rachel Manier was second, as was Megan Holcomb in the high jump.

Manier (100 and 300 hurdles) and Eiler (800) were third with Tabitha Sikora (high jump), Abby Eiler (high jump) and Mariah Woodford (pole vault) each tying for fourth.

Rachel Manier finished fifth in the long jump, as was the 400 relay of Jasmine Horvat, Prokupek, Woodford and Alexis Wajek and 800 relay of Horvat, Sikora, Prokupek and Haley Bollom.

McDonell's Hannah Ullom took second in the shot put while Rachel Smiskey was third in the shot put and Annabella Abbe was third in the pole vault.

Elise Bormann finished fourth in the 3,200 with the 3,200 relay team of Ruby Thaler, Amelia Gaier, Kristin Swoboda and Alex Gaier also taking fourth.

Grace Mrozinski was fifth in the 400 and 3,200, as was Ann David in the 1,600 and Smiskey in the discus.

Thorp's Molly Milliren won the 100 and 200 and Kaitlynn Seehaver was victorious in the discus as the Cardinals took seventh (45).

The Stanley-Boyd boys team just missed out on a title, taking second (146) to points behind Eau Claire Regis (148) with McDonell third (123) and Cadott fourth (100).

Stanley-Boyd won four titles with Luke Spaeth (100, 11.97), Jordan McKnight (200, 23.45), Bryce France (pole vault, 12-0) and 400 relay team of Wyatt Zastrow, France, Luke Spaeth and Bryce Nichols (46.55) winning.

The 800 relay (France, Blake Nelson, Willie Reynolds, LJ Schmelzer) and 1,600 relay (Spaeth, Ben Milas, Schmelzer, McKnight) each took second with McKnight (400), Brice Vircks (3,200), Schmelzer (high jump), Dalton McDermond (pole vault) and the 3,200 relay team of Milas, Derek Burlingame, Ruben Sanchez and Joe McDermond were third.

France (100), Milas (800) and Nichols (triple jump) were fourth and Wyatt Zastrow (100, 200), Clayton Carlson (800, 1,600), Bryce Nichols (110 and 300 hurdles), Russ Dorn (pole vault) and Spaeth (long jump) were fifth.

Isaac Bohaty won three events for McDonell, taking victory in the 400 (51.05), 800 (2:02.15) and 1,600 (4:33.52).

Bohaty (high jump), Charlie Bleskachek (800), Joey Huffcutt (triple jump), Joe Thaler (3,200) and the 3,200 relay of Huffcutt, Sean Craker, Thaler and LUke Newton each finished second.

The 400 relay (Eli Swoboda, JD Bohaty, Sam Tokarski, Isaac Bleskachek) and Charlie Bleskachek (1,600) were third while Craker (1,600, 3,200), the 800 relay (Swoboda, JD Bohaty, Tokarski, Kenny Walter) and 1,600 (JD Bohaty, Dan Van Dyke, Tokarski, Gavin Dorn) were fourth.

Cadott won seven events, including two from Kolton Dupey as he swept the throw events with wins in the shot put (47-10.25) and discus (131-10). Michael Emery won the long jump (19-2.5), Andy Hinzmann had the top leap in the triple jump (39-11) and the 800 (Brady Carrell, Emery, Bailey Gillett, Garrett Roth; 1:38.04), 1,600 (Emery, Hinzmann, Noah Kahl, Roth; 3:38.83) and 3,200 (Emery, Gillett, Hinzmann, Kahl; 8:49.61) won.

Roth (100) and Hinzmann (300 hurdles) took third while Kahl was fourth in the 400 and fifth in the high jump.


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