EAU CLAIRE — The Chi-Hi girls won four events and tied with Hudson for the top spot in team competition on Tuesday at the Old Abe Invitational hosted by Eau Claire Memorial.
Stephanie Sawicki (200-meter dash, 26.95 seconds), Elli Daniels (400, 1:00.80) and Katie Faris (3,200, 12:19.16) won events individually while the 1,600 relay of Arica Swift, Kathryn Webb, Stephanie Sawicki and Tyana Loiselle was victorious in 4:14.59.
Daniels (100, 200), Sawicki (high jump), Loiselle (800) and Jana Mattison (discus) each took second place. Chelsea Graffunder (shot put, discus), Carley Meinen (triple jump) and the 800 relay team of Sawicki, Bailey Harder, Meinen and Danielle Burns also finished third.
Chi-Hi and Hudson tied for the top spot with 132 points each.
Ally Lehmann scored three event victories in the wheelchair 100 (45.63), 400 (4:26.79) and shot put (6-feet, 4-inches) events.
Kyle Webb (200, 23.34), Aaron Knez (high jump, 6-0) and the 1,600 relay of Webb, Alex Kulzer, Kole Mewhorter and Knez (3:31.47) were victorious for the Cardinal boys.
Kulzer (300 hurdles) took second while Webb (100), Knez (200), Matt Bruder (1,600), Braeden Michael (3,200) and Cody Hawkins (pole vault) were third place individually. The 400 relay (Clayton Biddle, Thomas Williams, Max Gibson and Codie Meinen) and the 3,200 relay (Alan Fox, Braeden Michael, Parker Lehmann and Cole Fortman) each took third place.
The Chi-Hi boys finished third as a team with 111 points. Hudson won the boys team title with 182 points.
LH/C girls take second at Chetek-Weyerhaeuser
At Chetek, the Lake Holcombe/Cornell girls used seven second-place finishes to take second as a team at the Chetek-Weyerhaeuser invite.
Jordan Geist (100, 200) scored two second places individually. Thia Moreen (400), Gretchen Schroeder (pole vault), Kierra Walters (long jump) and Courtney Lundmark (discus) each finished second place as well along with the 1,600 relay of Moreen, Lexi Moussette, Walters and Kayla Vavra.
Vavra took third in the triple jump. The 800 (Elizabeth Sproul, Kaitlin Peterson, Gretchen Schroeder and Vavra) and 3,200 (Moreen, Walters, Moussette and Vavra) relays finished third as well. The Knights scored 137 points, trailing Unity who won the meet with 200.
Colton Hetke (110 hurdles) and Andrew Brostad (shot put) each finished in second place for the boys, leading the Knights to fourth as a team with 66.5 points. Unity won the boys title as well with 197.5 points.
Gilman’s Schmitt wins discus at Medford
At Medford, Gilman’s Colton Schmitt took the top spot in the discus to lead the Pirates at the Medford Invitational.
Schmitt took the top spot with a distance of 134 feet. Ethan Aldinger took third in the 100 and the long jump. Rebecca Heier finished second in the discus with Desiree Budzinski (400) and Kyla Schoene (high jump) taking third.
Gilman finished sixth in the girls (16.5) and seventh in the boys (22) team standings. Medford won the girls title with 106 points while Merrill was victorious in the boys with 102 points.