Camann, Davidson lead track teams
Waupaca’s boys’ and girls’ track teams placed fourth and 10th, respectively, at April 4 meets in Berlin and Wausau.
The Comet boys competed in the Wautoma Relays, which was moved from Wautoma to Berlin, while the girls headed to Wausau West for the Warrior Invitational.
BERLIN – James Camann turned in Waupaca’s only first-place finish, as he won the triple jump event with a leap of 38 feet, 10 3/4 inches.
The Comets finished with 53 points behind Ripon, Laconia and Berlin.
Also placing for the Comets were the 300- and 400-meter relay teams and the shuttle hurdle team, third; David Rasmussen, tied for fourth in the high jump relay; Dakotah Revai, fourth in the shot put relay and fifth in the discus relay; Travis Heschke and Camann, fifth and 10th, respectively, in the long jump relay; the 800-, 1,600- and 4,800-meter relay teams, fifth; the 3,200-meter relay team, sixth; Christian Overman and Jake Schlender, seventh and 10th, respectively ,in the triple jump relay; the 1,600-meter sprint medley team, seventh; Camann and Colton brace, tied for 11th in the high jump relay; Drew Schuler, 14th in the shot put relay; and Zach Thorne, 15th in the shot put and discus relays.
WAUSAU – Macie Davidson’s three top-10 finishes helped the Comets finish tied with Shawano with 19 points.
Davidson’s efforts included a fourth-place finish in the 400-meter dash, a seventh-place finish in the 200-meter dash and an eighth-place finish in the long jump.
Also placing for Waupaca were Michelle Petkovsek, fifth in the 3,200-meter run; Alisa Masias, sixth in the 200-meter hurdles; and the 20-lap relay team of Autumn Schultz, Petkovsek, Raina Eddy and Katherine Haen, sixth.
Waupaca’s other competitors included Tatiana Sotka, ninth in the long jump; the four-lap relay team of Ashley Mertz, Kelsie Krawczyk, Sotka and Cassie Rasmussen, 12th; Eddy and Haen, 13th and 15th, respectively, in the 1,600-meter run; the 1,600-meter relay team of Sophie Sicchio, Sotka, Schultz and Kassy Daniels, 13th; Eddy and Schultz, 14th and 15th, respectively, in the 800-meter run; Sicchio, 18th in the 400; Jessica Krawczyk and Kelsie Krawczyk, 20th and 25th, respectively, in the triple jump; Abby Adkins, 22nd in the 200 hurdles; and Rasmussen, 24th in the 200.