HIGH SCHOOL TRACK
Times Herald Staff
Oconto Falls won 17 of the 28 events, taking first place in both the boys and girls meets at a home quadrangular on March 28.
The Oconto Falls girls finished with 102 points. Crivitz was second with 51, while Gillett (38) and Coleman (17) rounded out the scoring.
The OFHS boys team posted 98 points. Coleman was second with 60 points, Crivitz (25) third and Gillett (22) fourth.
The Panthers took first in all six of the relay events, while Diane Moore added wins in the long jump (14 feet, 4 1/4 inches) , triple jump (33-2 1/4) and 50-yard hurdles (7.8 seconds).
The girls 12-lap relay team posted a time of 4:28.9, besting Gillett for first place by nearly 15 seconds.
Breanna Sadowski, Ericka Havemeier, Vicky Kozlovsky and Maddie Kurzynske each finished first in one individual event for the Panthers.
Kathy Bierhals was the lone Gillett athlete to take first. She finished the 400-meter dash in 1:12.1.
In the boys meet, Evan Konitzer (1,600), Noah Kokko-Ludemann (800) and Aaron Kurth (400) each placed first. The Panthers added wins in both the four-lap, 12-lap and 24-lap relays.
Gillett’s Ben Krueger won the shot put with a throw of 37-1.
Coleman’s Gunnar Patz won three individual events to push his team to second place.