New Berlin West
Katie Hausmann, Emelie Troedson and the 3,200-yard relay team of Grace Postma, Shannon Burke, Ashley Imme and Brynn Devine all earned second places for the Vikings in the April 3 Woodland Conference Indoor Meet at Carthage College.
Hausmann tied for second in the pole vault with 8 feet. Troedson tied for second in the high jump with 4-10. The 3,200 team finished in 10 minutes, 31.31 seconds.
Finishing third were Katie Wargin in the long jump (15-7 1/4 ) and Devine in the 3,200 (12:11.77). "Brynn is someone we tend to forget about, because we almost assume she will score points," Ische said. "She does whatever we ask of her and does it well."
Hausmann took fourth in the 200 hurdles (32.99 seconds) and ran with Amanda Johnson, Wargin and Troedson on the fourth-place 800 relay team (1:59.55).
Claiming fifth were Tori Martino in the 55 dash (7.97), pole vault (7-0) and long jump (14-8) and Hausmann in the 55 hurdles (9.89). "We really put a lot on Katie and Tori and they stepped up," Ische said.
Taking sixth were Martino in the 200 (29.07) and Tiffani Mercado in the shot put (29-7 1/2 ).
The Vikings placed fourth with 71.3 points in the 12-team meet, which was won by Wauwatosa West (122).
Niki Drolshagen won the 1,600 run in 5 minutes, 37.37 seconds to lead the Warriors in the Racine Invitational on April 4 at Carthage College.
Drolshagen's run accounted for the lone first for Muskego, but seconds were taken by Lauren Andersen in the 55 hurdles (9.39 seconds) and Hilary Berigan in the triple jump (33 feet-6 1/2 inches).
Taking fourth were Taylor Drolshagen in the 1,600 run (5:48.57) and Berigan in the high jump (4-10). Cassi Mironczuk finished sixth in the 3,200 run (12:49.88).
The Warriors scored 42 points for seventh place in the 15-team meet, which was won by Waterford (82). Muskego beat five Southeast Conference teams while finishing behind four others.
The girls scored three points in the Lois Wolf Invitational at Whitefish Bay on March 31 for 15th place. The 3,200 relay came in fifth (10:56.5) and Brittany Walsh took sixth in the 3,200 run (12:37.57).
The Warriors finished 10th in the Waukesha South Invitational on April 4 with eight points. Lauren Holt ran fourth and Kylie Reese seventh in the 1,600.
New Berlin Eisenhower
Once again, the distance runners were strong for the Lions in the Woodland Conference Indoor Meet on April 3 at Carthage College.
Therese Thompson finished second in the 3,200 run with 12 minutes, 10 seconds and Sammy Woller second in the 1,600 at 5:35.75. Thompson was third in the 1,600 (5:36.7) and Woller sixth in the 3,200 (12:29.18).
In addition, the Lions placed third in the 3,200 relay with Woller, Jocelyn Wabiszewski, Anna Conroy and Katie Renteria (10:31.78).
Earning fifth were Emily Bauman in the high jump (4-6), Elizabeth Carnahan in the triple jump (30-10 1/4 ) and the 1,600 relay team of Woller, Carnahan, Renteria and Megan Tkachuk (4:29.6).
Also claiming sixth were Carnahan in the 55 dash (8.03) and Renteria in the 800 (2:38.17).
The Lions tallied 50 1/2 points for sixth place in the 12-team meet.
Eisenhower also finished 25th in the Titan Invitational at UW-Oshkosh on March 30, with Woller tallying the only point by finishing eighth in the 1,600 (5:42.8).
- John Rech, Staff Writer
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