St. Martin outscores second-place team by 78 points
The St. Martin Lutheran Rockets won the annual Track and Field Day event at St. Paul of Bonduel for the fourth year in a row.
The team scored 420 points, followed by Pilgrim of Green Bay with 342.
The seventh and eighth grade girls scored 153 points, led by Emma Zwirschitz’s first place finish in the 75M, first in shot put, and a new meet record for a first in the 50M at 7.32.
Lindsy Carpenter earned a first in the 400M at 1:10, a first in the softball throw with a toss of 156’2”, and ran to a close second in the 200M.
Kayla Klemp blew away the field in the 100M at 14.24 earning first, and ran to another first in a hilly 800M at 2:55.
Emily Schroeder leapt 6’10” to a first in the standing jump, her 200M relay team with Allison Mehlberg, Alicia Yaeger and Morgan Federwitz earned a second, and her 400M relay team with Mehberg, Kate Malesa, and Lauren Hanson received a fourth.
Abigail Rolfs skipped 1,058 consecutive jumps in the rope skipping for first place and her 200M shuttle team with Hanson, Bridget Aschenbrenner and Malesa earned a sixth place.
Federwitz also earned a second in the jump rope with 984 jumps, and a third in the 400M.
Yaeger also earned a second in the 800M and a third in the rope skipping.
Hanson tossed to a second place in the softball throw, and Lilly Booth earned a fifth place in the 800M. Emma Schoneck tossed the shot for a fifth place, and Malesa also earned a fifth place in the rope jump.
The seventh and eighth grade boys scored 105 points, led by Joseph Shelton’s first place finish in the jump rope with 1,836 consecutive jumps, his third in the 800M, and his 200M shuttle relay team’s third place finish with Cameron Zienert, Hesston Johnson, and Ryan Marheine.
The 200M shuttle team with Blake Hopp, Ben Papendorf, Caedyn Higgins and Alex Mielke ran to a blazing first place finish.
Cameron Mauel dominated the entire hilly race of the 800M at 2:30 for first and jumped to a fifth in the long jump. Hopp leapt to a second in the standing jump and received a fifth in the 75M.
Trent Laack received a second in the jump rope.
Papendorf also earned a third in the shot put and a fourth in the 75M.
Klay Barkow sprinted to a third in the 400M at 1:04, threw to a third place in the softball throw at 192’11”, and earned a sixth in the 100M.
Mason Sada jumped to a third in the jump rope, ran for sixth in the 400M, and his 400M relay team with Higgins, Johnson, and Laack took sixth.
Beau Tuddenham earned fourth place in both the 50M and the 200M. Johnson tossed to a fourth in the shot put, while Ryan Wegenke got sixth. Mielke also received a sixth in the 200M.
The fifth and sixth grade girls showed great promise, scoring 81 points, led by fifth grader Lauren Zwirschitz’s first place in the 100M, first in the 200, and first in the long jump at 12’5 1/2”.
Alice Maas earned a first in rope skip with 1,013 consecutive jumps, third in the 50M, and fifth in the 75 M.
Alyssa Higgins earned a third in the standing jump and her 100M relay team with Avery Moder, Breana Maleug, and Erin Genskow got third, while her 200M team with Josie Colla, Lille Schmoll, and Melena Laack got sixth.
Zoey Kerske earned a third in the jump rope. Colla ran to a fourth in the 400M and tossed to a fourth in the softball throw. Moder jumped to a fifth in the rope skip, Brookelyn Hopp ran to a fifth in the 400M, and their 200M shuttle with Maleug and Genskow got fourth.
The fifth and sixth grade boys also earned 81 points and will be a force in the future. Tyler Ferg led the pack with a gutsy 400M at 1:13. Jordan Wegener tossed the softball 141’ 2” for a first, and his 200M shuttle team with Kolton Barkow, Ryan Genskow and Joseph Klemp took third. Lucas Peters took second in the 75M, and second in the 200M. Barkow also took second in the jump rope and Klemp ran to a second in the 400M.
Mason Zschaechner took third in the jump rope and his 200M team with Drew Zeinert, Thayer Fietsch, and Ben Behnke took fourth. Zschaechner, Zeinert, Caleb Christopherson and Nathan Schley took sixth in the 100M shuttle.
Lucas Ferg took fourth in the 50M and fifth in the 100M. Klemp took fourth in the jump rope, while Christopherson took fifth in the 400M.
The tug of war team of Jordan Buss, Ben Papendorf, Hesston Johnson, Emma Zwirschitz, Abigail Rolfs and Emma Schoneck coached by Heather Barkow swept the competition for a first place finish in the tug of war tournament.
The seventh and eighth grade boys, coached by Jerry Jiter, also earned a second place finish in the boys’ softball tournament.