Wild Rose and New London’s track teams claimed championships Thursday, May 3, at Waupaca High School’s annual Vic-Tree Invitational.
Wild Rose won the boys’ title with 144.5 points, followed by Waupaca (126), Wautoma (92.5), Plainfield Tri-County (90.5), New London (80), Rosholt (79), Pittsville (29.5), Amherst (26) and Stevens Point Pacelli (20). New London finished first among girls’ teams with 182 points, followed by Wild Rose (175), Pittsville (76), Waupaca (72), Tri-County (56), Amherst (54), Wautoma (45.5), Rosholt (27.5) and Pacelli (7).
Waupaca also completed Tuesday, May 1, at an Eastern Valley Conference triangular meet in Freedom.
WAUPACA – Firsts for Waupaca went to Macie Davidson in the girls’ 200- and 400-meter dashes and long jump (27.1, 1:00.4 and 16 feet, 5 1/2 inches); Zach Wheeler in the boys’ 3,200-meter run (10:46.1); and Bryan White in the discus (145 feet, 11 inches).
Seconds went to White in the shot put; Taylor Davidson in the 100-meter dash; Wheeler in the 1,600-meter run; Max Carr in the boys’ 300-meter hurdles; James Warren in the boys’ 3,200; and the boys’ 400- and 800-meter relay teams.
The boys’ 1,600-meter relay team placed third, while fourths went to Alisa Blank in the girls’ 300 hurdles, Taylor Fabricius in the girls’ 3,200, Justin Johnson in the boys’ high jump, James Camann in the boys’ triple jump and the girls’ 1,600 relay team.
Fifths went to Brogan Kendziora in the boys’ 300 hurdles, Drew Simonson in the boys’ 200, Ryan Wiese in the boys’ 3,200, Hunter Bailey in the boys’ pole vault, the girls’ 400 relay team and the boys’ 3,200-meter relay team.
Sixths went to Blank in the girls’ 100-meter hurdles, Katherine Haen in the girls’ 1,600, Zach Waitrovich in the boys’ 400, Nic Joch in the boys’ 200, Paige Taber in the girls’ triple jump and the girls’ 800 meter relay team.
Sevenths went to Miguel Barazza in the boys’ 300 hurdles, Kelsie Krawczyk in the girls’ triple jump and Dakotah Revai in the boys’ shot put, while eighths went to Travis Heschke in the boys’ 100, Eric Bolwerk in the boys’ 1,600, Carr in the boys’ long jump, Jessica Krawczyk in the girls’ triple jump and Revai in the boys’ discus.
FREEDOM – The Comet boys placed second behind the host Irish with 42 points, while the girls finished third behind Freedom and Berlin with 29 points.
Johnson won the boys’ 100 with a time of 11.3, while White won the discus event with a toss of 149 feet, 3 inches. Macie Davidson won the girls’ 100 in 13.0, while Blank won the girls’ 400 with a time of 1:06.5 and girls’ 400 relay team turned in a time of 57.1 to take first.
Seconds went to Carr in the boys’ 300 hurdles; White in the boys’ shot put; Johnson in the boys’ high jump; Bailey in the boys’ pole vault; Macie Davidson in the girls’ 200; and the boys’ 400, 800 and 1,600 relay teams.
Thirds went to Wheeler in the boys’ 800, Simonson in the 200, Warren in the boys’ 3,200, Autumn Schultz in the girls’ 800, Macie Davidson in the girls’ long jump and Blank in the girls’ 200.
Fourths went to Revai in the boys’ discus and shot put; Johnson in the boys’ long jump; Camann in the boys’ triple jump; Wheeler in the boys’ 400; Ashley Mertz in the girls’ 100; and Schultz in the girls’ 1,600.
The Comets hosted the Waupaca Relays Monday, May 7, and will return to Freedom Saturday, May 12, for the Eastern Valley Conference Meet. Events are slated to begin at 10 a.m.