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SUPERIOR — The Bloomer girls track and field team ran away with the Heart O'North Conference indoor meet title on Friday.

The Blackhawks finished with a total of 189.75 points, well ahead of second-placed Northwestern at 143.

Several Blackhawks won individual events. Kendall Zeman took first in the 55-meter dash and the 400, and was part of the 4x400 relay team that won that event as well.

Emily Freagon won both the 800 and 1,600, while Grace Post took first in the 200-meter hurdles and long jump. Justyne Burgess won the high jump event, and Vanessa Jenneman won the 200. Cayce Schultz won the 55-meter hurdles.

Jenneman took second place in the 55, and Schultz was runner-up in the 200 hurdles. Maggie Sarauer took third in the 200 and Sierra Raine was third in shot put. Post and Kenadi Poirier took second and third in the triple jump, respectively.

The Bloomer boys took second place, finishing only behind Northwestern in the standings.

Zach Ruf led the Blackhawks by winning the 55-meter dash and the long jump. Dalton Grambo won the 55-meter hurdles, Paul Schumacher won the 200 and Cole Michaelsen took first in the 1,600. Alex Conrad took the title in the 3,200.

The Blackhawks also had a number of second-place finishers: Schumacher in the 55 and 400, Tucker Kempe in the 200-meter hurdles and Conrad in the 1,600. Their 4x200 and 4x800 relays also took second.

Bloomer finished with 131 points as a team, which was 22.5 behind Northwestern.

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