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Morale high as Antigo track, field team takes on GNC foes in indoor meet
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Antigo's boys and girls track teams participated in the Great Northern Conference Meet Tuesday night in Eagle River. Their first real look at GNC rivals for the year, the two teams’ combined co-ed score placed them sixth out of the seven teams present.

“It was the first meet where we went against most of our conference schools," boys' coach Darren Drewek noted. "We will get to know them very well throughout the outdoor season. We weren't at full strength (today) but the athletes gave it their all.”

Medford took the boys title while Antigo placed fifth. In girls action, Tomahawk was was the winner with the the Robins coming in seventh.

On the Antigo boys side of the event, Colin Koss took home the Robins only first place honors of the day in the varsity 800 and 1600 meter runs. For the 800 meter variety, Koss finished with a final time of 2:10.12, ahead of Brett Ulrich (Medford, 2:12.20) and Gabe Hartwig (Northland Pines, 2:13.38).

With a time of 4:52.89 in the 1600, Koss finished just ahead of the second place participant, Kody Radtke of Northland Pines, at 4:59.62. Alex Wood of Medford took third at 5:11.32 and Mosinee-Schofield's Eric Jass was fourth at 5:12.50.

Cortland Tatro was the runnerup in the lengthy 3200, crossing the line in 11:09.49. Medford’s Josh Kakes was first at 11:08.21.

In the 55 meter dash, Aeric Berner finished third in a field of eight contestants with a final time of 7.16 seconds. First place went to Ryan Nehls of Rhinelander with his mark of 6.82 while Ryan Ozelie finished second at 6.92.

Berner also took third in the 400 meter dash with a time of 57.01 seconds. Pines’ Ryan Ozelie was the winner at 53.71.

Michael Bradley took third place in the boy's shot put amongst 15 participants. His longest final throw of 41' 10.25" (less than his seeding throw of 42' 5") was outdone only by Medford's Joey Leonard (47' 07.50") and Justin Yeron (46' 4").

As for the Lady Robins, freshman Kim Robertson placed second with a time of 10.21 seconds in the 55 meter hurdles in a field that was extremely close. She finished behind Margaret Hamann of Medford 10.21 seconds and just ahead of Annaluz Fox, Tomahawk, 10.33.

Robertson also finished third in the 200 meter hurdles with a final mark of 35.17 seconds. Tomahawk's Kate Gaedtke (33.52) and Medford's Hamann (35.03) finished first and second place.

Sarah Duff impressed in two events herself. She finished second in both the 200 and 400 meter dashes with times of 24.99 and 1:04.42 respectively. In both events, she fell short only to Kennedy VanderWaal of Mosinee-Schofield(29.00 and 1:04.25).

Chelsea Payant took home third in the girl's 1600 meter run with a time of 6:11.21. Dani Whiting of Tomahawk finished first at 5:46.56 while second place went to Lakeland's Lauren Schilling at 5:52.45.

The girls 4 x 200 meter relay team feel just short medaling, taking fourth place out of seven participating teams. Team members include Caroline Roller, Ellie Payant, Nicole Payant and Sami Smits.

Overall, morale is high with the Antigo squad and Coaches Drewek and Andrea Raley. As with most spring sports, it is a matter of the local weather allowing outdoor activities to fully begin.

“As the indoor season winds down,” Coach Drewek said, “the athletes are desperate for some fresh air and sunshine. Hopefully it will come sooner than later.”



Great Northern Conference

Indoor Meet at Eagle River

April 8, 2004



Boys Team Results

1. Medford, 128.5; 2. Northland Pines, 121; 3. Mosinee, 112; 4. Rhinelander 98; 5. Antigo, 75.5; 6. Tomahawk, 69.

Girls Team Results

1. Tomahawk, 128.5; 2. Medford, 118; 3. Mosinee, 94; 4. Northland Pines, 80.5; 5. Lakeland, 80; 6. Rhinelander 55; 7. Antigo, 51.



Individual Results

Girls 55 Meter Hurdles — 1. Margaret Hamann (MED), 10.14; 2. Kim Robertson (A), 10.21; 3. Annaluz Fox (T), 10.33.

Boys 55 Meter Hurdles — 1. John Puffer (NP), 8.69; 2. Eic Tracy (R), 9.01; 3. Spencer Kamke (MO), 9.1; 5. Joe Wittman (A), 9.27.

Boys 55 Meter Dash — 1. Ryan Nehls (R), 6.82; 3. Ryan Ozeliee (NP), 6.92; 3. Aeric Berner (A), 7.16.

Girls 1600 Meter — 1. Dani Whiting (T), 5:46.56; 2. Lauren Schilling (L), 5:52.45; 3. Chelsea Payant (A), 6:11.21.

Boys 1600 Meter — 1. Colin Koss (A), 4:52.89; 2. Kody Radtke (NP), 4:59.62; 3. Alex Wood (MED), 5:11.32.

Girls 4x200 Relay — 1. Medford, 1;58.82; 3. Tomahawk, 1:58.86; 3. Rhinelander, 2:06.03; 4. Antigo (Kari Kleinschmidt, Ellie Payant, Nicole Payant, Caroline Roller), 2:06.38.

Boys 4x200 Relay — 1. Mosinee, 1:43.67; 2. Medford, 1:43.95; 3. Northland Pines, 1:44.91; 5. Antigo (Riland Baker, Drew Hohensee, Jackson Smits, Dan Spaude), 1:50.5.

Girls 400 Meter — 1. Kennedy V0anderWaal (MO), 1:04.25; 2. Sarah Duff (A), 1:04.42; 3. Lakyn Kummer (MED), 1:05.07; 4. Mandy Petts (A), 1:09.56.

Boys 400 Meter — 1. Ryan Ozelie (NP), 53.71; 2. Jeremy Weinberg (MO), 55.7; 3. Aeric Berner (A), 57.01; 11. Josh Ehlert (A), 1:07.39.

Girls 200 Meter Hurdles — 1. Kate Gaedtke (T), 33.52; 3. Margaret Hamann (MED), 35.03; 3. Kim Robertson (A), 35.17.

Boys 200 Meter Hurdles — 1. Spencer Kamke (MO), 28.92; 2. Ruben Alvarado (MED), 29.8; 3-tie Ben Yirsa (T), Wyatt Schumitsch (T), 29.94; 5. Joe Wittmann (A), 30.12; 10. Andy Novak (A), 34.8.

Girls 800 Meter — 1. Nicole Gilman (L), 2:36.67; 2. Lauren Schilling (L), 2:41.22; 3. Alexa Padock (R), 2:48.26; 8. Chelsea Payant (A), 2:53.65.

Boys 800 Meter — 1. Colin Koss (A), 2:10.12; 2. Brett Ulrich (MED), 2:12.20; 3. Gabe Hartwig (NP), 2:13.38; 14. Cody Labay (A), 2:39.85.

Girls 200 Meter — 1. Kennedy VanderWaal (MO), 29.0; 2. Sarah Duff (A), 29.44; 3. Hanna Meyer (T), 29.72.

Boys 200 Meter — 1. Ryan Ozelie (NP), 24.25; 2. Ryan Nehls (R), 24.35; 3. Jeremy Weinberg (MO), 25.54; 5. Aeric Berner (A), 25.81; 11. Tony Libit (A), 27.45; 15. Garrett Becerra (A), 28.82.

Boys 3200 Meter — 1. Josh Kakes (MED), 11:08.21; 2. Cortland Tatro (A), 11:09.49; 3. Kyle Radtke (NP), 11:41.10.

Boys 4x400 Relay — 1. Northland Pines, 3:56.12; 2. Rhinelander, 3:59.32; 3. Medford, 4:02.25; 5. Antigo (Riland Baker, Jon Conklin, Drew Hohensee, Josh Karolus), 4:07.97.

Boys High Jump — 1. Ryan Nehls (R), 6’ 2’’; 2. John Puffer (NP), 5’ 10’’; 3. Spencer Kamke (MO), 5’ 8’’; 5. Jon Conklin (A), 5’ 4’’.

Girls Pole Vault — 1. Hannah Nigh (MO), 8’ 6’’; 2. Sarah Olson (MO), 8’; 3. Margaret Hamann (MED), 8’ 9. Sami Smits (A), 6’; 10. Grace Tews (A), 6’.

Boys Pole Vault — 1. Vince Berry (R), 13’ 6’’ 2. Peter Pintens (T), 12’ 6’’; Jacob Stamos (MED), 11’6’’; 7. Josh Karolus (A), 9’.

Girls Long Jump — 1. Jenn Stolp (MED), 15’ 6’’; 2. Lillith Schuman (L), 15’ 4.25’’; 3. Cassandra Meyer (MED), 14’ 9.25’’; 5. Caroline Roller (A), 13’ 8’’.

Boys Triple Jump — 1. Jordan Budnik (MO), 40’ 10’’; 2. Tra’vel Boykin (R), 39’ 10’’; 3. Brent Yaron (MED), 38’ 4.5’’; 7. John Monk (A), 33’ 7’’.

Girls Shot Put — 1. Ellie Ottoson (L), 34’ 6’’; 2. Allie Schreiner (MED), 33’ 7’’; 3. Kourtney Stuttgen (MO), 32’ 9.75; 14. Margaret Cochrane (A), 15’ 5.25’’.

Boys Shot Put — 1. Joey Leonard (MED), 47’ 7 1/2’’; 2. Justin Yaron (MED), 46’ 4’’; 3. Michael Bradley (A), 41’ 10.25’’; 7. Jake Zabrowski (A), 39’ 2.5’’; 13. Wyatt Franzen (A), 31’ 10.5’’.


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