New London boys’ track wins county meet
Area track & field roundup
By Erik Buchinger
Waupaca County Meet
NEW LONDON – The New London boys’ track and field team won the Waupaca County Meet while the Clintonville girls’ team placed second on Saturday, April 27.
The Bulldogs had seven first-place finishes in the boys’ events.
Riley Titterton won the 800-meter run (2:10.68) and 1,600-meter run (4:52.27), while Riley Titterton finished first in the 110-meter hurdles (16.84) and 300-meter hurdles (44.98).
New London’s 4×100 meter relay team of Vinny Winkler, Justin Wohlrabe, Makaio Harn and Brett Hildebrand won its event (45.50).
Max Krause won the 400-meter dash (52.99), and Brennan Stroesenreuther won the high jump (5-10.00).
In the girls’ events, New London finished fourth, and the Bulldogs’ lone first-place finisher was Jessica Duch in the 400-meter dash (1:05.35).
For Clintonville, its girls’ team had six first-place finishes.
The Truckers’ 4×200-meter relay team of Madison Hohn, Lizzy Weatherwax, Allysin Booth and Elly Arndt won its event (1:53.62).
Individually, Booth won the 100-meter hurdles (16.57), Hohn finished first in the 300-meter hurdles (51.72) and Arndt won the high jump (5-02.00).
Clintonville’s Jennifer Peeters won the shot put (31-10.00), and Aeriell Mohr finished first in the discus (90-07).
In the boys’ events, Clintonville’s Jesse Wilson was the top finisher, placing second in the 1,600-meter race.
The Trucker boys’ team finished fifth.
Tom Callan Invite
RIPON – Hortonville boys’ track and field placed third, while girls finished fourth at the Tom Callan Invite on Thursday, April 25.
The Polar Bears had four first-place finishes in the meet.
Charlie Wirth won the 1,600-meter run (4:38.71), while Jake Krause finished first in the 3,200-meter race (9:42.88).
In the 4×800-meter relay, Wirth, Krause, Clayton Rath and Michael Jarvis won the event (8:22.01).
Autumn Leick placed first in the discus (106’03.00).
APPLETON – The Polar Bear girls finished second, while the boys finished third at the FVA Quad at Appleton West on Tuesday, April 23.
Charlie Wirth won the 1,600-meter run (4:40.28), and Logan McGrath finished first in the 3,200-meter race (10:47.12).
Josh Giese won the 300-meter hurdles (43.28), and Jaden Radcliff finished first in the triple jump (38-06.75).
The 4×400-meter relay team of Michael Jarvis, Nicholas Huza, Francis O’Connor and Jake Krause won its race (3:39.66).
In the 4×800-meter relay, Clayton Rath, John Wirth, Charlie Wirth and Krause finished first (8:38.19).
In the girls’ events, Autumn Leick won the shot put (37-02.50) and discus (121-04).
Chloe Byom finished first in the 1,600-meter run (5:52.77), while Aliza Van Den Elzen won the high jump (5-02.00) and Kathryn McDicken finished first in the triple jump (33-03.50).
Bay Conference Quad
NEW LONDON – New London finished second in the boys’ and girls’ events on April 23.
The boys’ team had nine first-place finishes.
Riley Titterton won the 800-meter run (2:06.38) and 1,600-meter run (4:48.22).
New London won the 4×100-meter relay (44.71), 4×400-meter relay (3:48.67) and 4×800 meter relay races (8:54.09).
Matt Dobija won the 110-meter hurdles (16.61) and 300-meter hurdles (43.51).
Kaden Reybrock won the 3,200-meter run (10:43.43), and Brennan Stroesenreuther finished first in the high jump (6-02.00).
The New London girls’ team finished first in the 4×100-meter relay (59.29) and 4×800-meter relay (11:16.31).
CLINTONVILLE – The Clintonville boys’ team finished fourth, and the girls placed third at the Clintonville Quad on April 23.
Clintonville’s Allysin Booth won three events with the 100-meter hurdles (15.58) and long jump (15-08.00).
Booth was also part of the first-place 4×200-meter relay team with Elly Arndt, Madison Hohn and Lizzy Weatherwax (1:54.01).
Arndt finished first in the high jump (5-02.00), and Jasmine Wilson won the 3,200-meter run (13:24.49).
The boys team’s top finishers were fourth place finishes in the 4×800-meter relay with athletes Cameron Mauel, Joseph Shelton, Jesse Wilson and Austin Tosdale (9:32.57) and 4×100-meter relay with Hayden Wojnowiak, Tanner Pari, Tucker Pari and Sam Wittman (48.48).