Central Wisconsin 8 Conference championships keep adding up this school year at Weyauwega-Fremont High School.
The Indians added their fourth CWC-8 title May 11, as the boys’ track team won the conference track meet at Little Wolf High School in Manawa.
The W-F girls weren’t far behind, as they placed second at the meet.
Team scores for the boys were W-F (181), Shiocton (98), Bonduel (86), Manawa (84), Amherst (79), Wittenberg-Birnamwood (60), Iola-Scandinavia (32) and Stevens Point Pacelli (31). Team scores for the girls were W-B (176.5), W-F (109.5), Amherst (92), Bonduel (89.5), Manawa (69), Pacelli (67.5), I-S (37) and Shiocton (7).
W-F’s champions on the boys’ side included Luke Rohloff in the 200-meter dash (24.3), 110-meter hurdles (16.6) and 300-meter hurdles (46.3); Corey Zeutzius in the 800-meter run (2:07.9); Nick Thomas in the 1,600-meter run (4:52.1); Lincoln VanCuick in the high jump (5 feet, 10 inches); Trevor Fitzpatrick in the triple jump (40 feet, 7 inches); the 400-meter relay team of Logan Erdmann, Fitzpatrick, Carl Koch and Dustin Hanes (47.3); and the 1,600-meter relay team of Zeutzius, Koch, Travis Ristau and VanCuick (3:43).
Seconds went to Erdmann in the 100-meter dash; Zeutzius in the 400-meter dash; VanCuick in the long jump; and the 800-meter relay team of Koch, Brandon Colligan, Corey Schmidt and Dan Crist.
Thirds went to Thomas in the 3,200-meter run; Tre Blohm in the 110 hurdles; Fitzpatrick in the long jump; and the 3,200-meter relay team of Ristau, Brandon Loehrke, Brandon Hanes and Logan Kobiske.
Fourths went to VanCuick in the triple jump and Erdmann in the shot put, while fifths went to Dustin Hanes in the 100, Blohm in the 300 hurdles, Dylan Pankow in the triple jump and Rohloff in the discus.
Fitzgerald placed sixth in the 100, Cody Chase placed seventh in the shot put and Tyler Rowe was eighth in the discus.
Two girls’ relays placed first. The 1,600 team of Danielle Austreng, Jane Beyer, Mikaela Hintz and Caragan Volz turned in a time of 4:24.6, while the 3,200 team of Alyse Peters, Beyer, Amy Hingeveld and Volz finished in 10:49.1.
Seconds went to Volz in the long and triple jumps; Liz Abhold in the shot put and discus; and Megan Young in the 200.
Thirds went to Beyer in the 400; Aysia Schroeder in the 100-meter hurdles; the 400 relay team of Miranda Arndt, Marlen Leyva, Megan Kaluzny and Young; and the 800 relay team of Hintz, Schroeder, Arndt and Austreng.
Peters placed fourth in the 3,200, while fifths went to Austreng in the 200 and high jump and Beyer in the long jump.
Arndt finished seventh in the 100, Young tied for seventh in the high jump, while Hingeveld, Rabecka Danke, Schroeder and Hintz placed eighth in the 800 run, 100 hurdles, 300 hurdles and long jump, respectively. Hintz also placed eighth in the discus.
Iola-Scandinavia’s only championship came from the boys’ 800 relay team, as Anthony Gomez, Matt Matheny, Devin Paulson and Dylan Robbins combined for a time of 1:40.8.
The boys’ 1,600 relay team of Gomez, Matheny, Paulson and Robbins placed third, while Robbins took fourth in the 400; Justin Schumacher was fifth and eighth in the long and triple jumps, respectively; Matheny placed sixth in the 200; and the 400 relay team of Seth Bauer, Karl Boddy, Gomez and Schumacher placed sixth.
Shelby Trzebiatowski placed in three events for the Thunderbird girls, as she took second in the 800, third in the 1,600 and sixth in the 3,200.
Claire Bestul finished third in the discus; Amanda Hardel placed sixth in the 100 and 300 hurdles; Emily Sether was seventh in the 1,600; Hunter Frye was seventh in the 200 and the 800 relay team of Sam Buss, Frye, Hardel and Megan Mazemke also placed seventh.
Two Amherst girls each won a pair of championships. Ashley Pionkowski won the 100 and 300 hurdle races, while Lindsay Rutz swept the discus and shot put events. Teammate Alissa Niggeman also won the 800.