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Manawa boys win track meet

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Brett Zielke (right) hands the baton to Manawa teammate Dakota Lane in the boys' 800-meter relay race April 15 at the Central Wisconsin Conference Pre-Conference Meet in Rosholt. Zielke, Lane, Bo Koehn and Jackson Jaeger finished first with a time of 1:34.91. Manawa went on to win the boys' championship at the meet, which included all 10 CWC teams. Holly Neumann Photo

Weyauwega-Fremont girls take second

By Greg Seubert

The Manawa boys’ track team had only two first-place finishes, but it was enough for the Wolves to win a championship April 15 at the Central Wisconsin Conference Pre-Conference Meet in Rosholt.

Bo Koehn had a hand in both wins for the Wolves, as he won the 100-meter dash in 11.53 and joined Jackson Jaeger, Brett Zielke and Dakota Lane on the 800-meter relay team that turned in a winning time of 1:34.91.

Team scores for the boys were Manawa (84), Shiocton (78), Rosholt (74.5), Pacelli (72), Bonduel (70), Weyauwega-Fremont (63.5), Iola-Scandinavia (55), Amherst (41), Wittenberg-Birnamwood (35) and Menominee Indian (19).

Rosholt won the girls’ championship with 117 points, followed by Weyauwega-Fremont (98.5), Bonduel (77.5), Manawa (77), Iola-Scandinavia (65), Wittenberg-Birnamwood (59), Pacelli (36), Menominee Indian (29), Amherst (26) and Shiocton (14).

Firsts for the Manawa girls went to Aspen Linjer, 100 (13.25); Laynie Bessette, 100-meter hurdles (18:06); and the 400-meter relay team of Ireland Griffin, Bessette, Mataya Moede and Linjer (53.68).

Firsts for Weyauwega-Fremont went to Abby Bartel, girls’ 1,600 and 3,200-meter run (5:35.43 and 11:58.94); Anna Bubolz, girls’ long jump (15 feet, 9 1/4 inches); the boys’ 400 relay team of Ean Marker, Drew Vandervest, Max Meyerhofer and Sam Mason (47.48); the girls’ 800 relay team of Josie Kicherer, Kaitlyn Monty, Hannah Schuelke and Natalie Schneider (1:59.19); and the girls’ 3,200-meter relay tam of Katie Bleck, Allison Halat, Schneider and Bartel (10:37.5).

Firsts for Iola-Scandinavia went to Will Cady, boys’ long and triple jump (19 feet, 11 1/4 inches and 41 feet, 10 1/2 inches); Jada Beacom, girls’ 200- and 400-meter dash (28.36 and 1:03.15); and Payton Wester, girls’ triple jump (32 feet, 8 1/4 inches.

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