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Father Mac Relays 4-28-15

McDonell's Isaac Bohaty

COLFAX — The McDonell boys track and field team scored 170 points to take first place in the boys competition at Thursday’s Colfax invitational.

Isaac Bohaty won the 800, 1,600 and high jump events to lead McDonell. Eric Ohde took first in the discus and Caleb Parkhurst won the shot put. McDonell also claimed the top three spots in two events with Nathan Hoglund, Charlie Bleskachek and Joey Huffcutt dominating the 400 and Jarret Jordan, Peyton Tozer and Dave VanDyke leading the 3,200. The 3,200 relay team also earned first place, but no names of relay runners were available.

The McDonell girls scored 91.5 to finish fourth.

Julia Verbick won the 3,200 with teammate Grace Mrozinski finishing second. Rachel Ohde took first in the high jump while Abby Klimek took second in the 400.

Boyceville won the girls team title with 156 points.

Bloomer girls second, boys third at home quad

At Bloomer, the Blackhawk girls scored 64 points to finish in second place while the boys scored 61 to take third at the Bloomer Quadrangular.

Kyra Arendt won the 200 with a new meet record of 27.02. She also won the long jump and joined Alethea Brandt, Sarah Heinze and Kendall Zeman to win the 3,200 relay. Arendt, Heinze, Zeman and Laken Jones won the 800 relay.

Justyne Burgess won the high jump and the 300 hurdles while taking second in the 100. Jones finished third in both the 100 and long jump and Grace Post took second in the long jump.

Alex Conrad won the 3,200 and finished third in the 1,600 to lead the boys. Isaiah Meinen won the 300 hurdles, Eli Olson took second in the 3,200, Jarrod Kressin took second in the 200 and third in the 400 while Jonah Lehnartz took second in the triple jump. Gabe Naumann finished second in the discus, Mitchell Macik took third in the 800 and Brandon Johnson finished third in the shot put.

Northwestern won the boys and girls team events with 104 and 101 points, respectively.

Lake Holcombe/Cornell sweeps team titles at Bruce

At Bruce, the Knights dominated team competition en route to boys and girls championships.

The boys had a team score of 199 points while the girls had a 219. Cameron was second in both boys (157) and girls (147) competition.

Sara Stender took home two event titles (300 hurdles, long jump) while Lexi Mousette (100 hurdles) also won an event. The 1,600 (Isabelle Dixon, Moussette, Orianna Lebal, Kierra Walters) and 3,200 (Walters, Emily Vavra, Kayla Vavra, Belle Anders) relay teams also won.

Jordan Geist picked up three second-place finishes (100, 200, pole vault) while Walters (400, long jump) had two. Ashley Burns (1,600), Gabby Harp (100 hurdles), Moussette (300 hurdles), Stender (triple jump), Elizabeth Sproul (shot put), Courtney Lundmark (discus) Orianna Lebal (pole vault) and the 400 (Alexis Dixon, Harp, Aubrey Meddaugh, Lebal) and 800 (Stender, Meddaugh, Kayla Vavra, Geist) relays each finished second.

Alexis Dixon (200), Lebal (800) and Meddaugh (100 hurdles) took third.

Colton Hetke had a big day for the Knight boys with three event victories and a second-place finish. Hetke won the 110 and 300 hurdles along with the high jump and was second in the triple jump. The Lake Holcombe/Cornell 1,600 relay of Nate Parkhurst, Kyle Girard, Luke Geist and Kyle Glaus won as well. Brandon Hilger picked up two victories (1,600 and 3,200) for New Auburn. The Trojan 400 relay of Hilger, Kaleb Butterfield, Dylan North and Austin North was victorious.

Sam Peterson (1,600, 3,200), Girard (300 hurdles), Dakota Popp (pole vault) and Andrew Brosted (shot put, discus) were second for the Knights. Austin North (100, 200) took second place, as did the 800 (Natsuki Sakamoto, Kaleb Butterfield, Jacob Taylor, Dylan North) and 1,600 (Sakamoto, Elijah Edinger, Simon Boehm, Travis Buss) relays.

Kyle Goltz (200, long jump), Luke Geist (400), Wyatt Willmarth (800), Austin Fisk (shot put) and the 3,200 (Boehm, Paul Kliegle, Wyatt Willmarth, Luke Thompson) relay took third for the Knights. Sarick Hoege (high jump) and Garrett Haller (discus) were third for New Auburn, which also took third as a team (123).

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