PHS boys win third straight EWC crown

¦ Panthers girls place second to Falls in girls meet


ERIC ROBERTS (above), Plymouth senior, clears the bar during the pole vault event at Tuesday’s EWC Track Meet. Roberts placed third. — Photo by Todd Starnitcky Mary Albert (middle, below) of Plymouth competes in a 100-meter hurdles heat at Tuesday’s EWC Track Meet. Also pictured are Maria Brenner (left) of New Holstein and Kate Bassuener, Sheboygan Falls. Albert placed second in the fi- nals. — Review photo by Greg Ceilley ERIC ROBERTS (above), Plymouth senior, clears the bar during the pole vault event at Tuesday’s EWC Track Meet. Roberts placed third. — Photo by Todd Starnitcky Mary Albert (middle, below) of Plymouth competes in a 100-meter hurdles heat at Tuesday’s EWC Track Meet. Also pictured are Maria Brenner (left) of New Holstein and Kate Bassuener, Sheboygan Falls. Albert placed second in the fi- nals. — Review photo by Greg Ceilley PLYMOUTH – The Plymouth Panthers had strong balance to key their straight Eastern Wisconsin Conference boys track title Tuesday at Finke Field.

PHS placed in the top four in 14 of the 17 events en route to scoring 158½ points. Two Rivers finished second with 136½.

Sheboygan Falls won the girls meet with 169½ points and fivetime defending champion PHS was second at 145.

The Panther boys won three events – the 400- and 1,600-meter relays, and senior Jordan Mueller in the shot put. The 400 relay included senior Dylan Tripoli, sophomore Evan Sebranek and freshmen Samuel Staehling and Jake Schneider. The 1,600 relay consisted of seniors Andrew Meyer and Mitch Tournour, junior Andrew Staehling and sophomore Dominic Bocchini.

PHS also had a strong team effort in the girls competition – finishing in the top four in 13 events. Earning first was senior Rachael Cecka in the high jump.

“We had a nice night from both teams at the conference meet. Our boys put together a great meet, with strong performances all around our lineup,” said Panther head coach Jay Grosshuesch.

“Our throwers, Jordan Mueller, Cormick Hnilicka and Westley Meinnert, had fantastic nights as they scored big points in both the shot and discus.

“Andrew Meyer, Tom Jankowski, Mitch Tournour and Dominic Bocchini had great efforts in the mid-distance and distance events,” Grosshuesch said.

“Our girls competed very well. We knew Sheboygan Falls was the team to beat and they were just too deep for us to catch them. We had a great effort by the girls team.

“Our distance and mid-distance runners scored lots of points tonight. Brooke Koehn, Megan Holec, Karly Knaus, Julia Novotny, Abby Payne and Sophie Bolich all ran several races and placed well in all of them,” the coach said.

PLYMOUTH PLACE-WINNERS (Top 4)
Boys
100 – 4. Dylan Tripoli, 12.09.
200 – 4. Tripoli, 24.08.
400 – 3. Dominic Bocchini, 53.48.
800 – 3. Mitch Tournour, 2:08.28; 4.
Tom Jankowski, 2:08.88.
1,600 – 2. Jankowski, 4:41.38; 4.
Andrew Meyer, 4:42.32.
110 hurdles – 4. Ben Albers, 16.70.
400 relay – 1. Evan Sebranek,
Samuel Staehling, Dylan Tripoli, Jake
Schneider, 45.49.
800 relay – 3. Albers, Nick Stucke,
Brody Reichardt, Alex Teteak, 1:37.73.
1,600 relay – 1. Bocchini, Meyer,
Tournour, Andrew Staehling, 3:35.79.
3,200 relay – 2. Alex Dykstra, Eric
Majerus, Tournour, Brent Thiel, 8:45.46.
Pole vault – 3. Eric Roberts, 13-3;
4. Andrew Ziegler, 13-0.
Triple jump – 3. Tripoli, 40-11.
Shot put – 1. Jordan Mueller, 46-
1¼; 2. Cormick Hnilicka, 44-1.

Discus – 2. Westley Meinnert, 148-
3; 3. Mueller, 140-4; 4. Hnilicka, 134-1.
Girls
100 – 3. Rachel Holzhaeuser, 13.73.
400 – 4. Megan Holec, 1:03.23.
800 – 4. Brooke Koehn, 2:30.51.
1,600 – 3. Sophie Bolich, 5:27.40;
4. Julia Novotny, 5:35.44.
3,200 – 2. Bolich, 11:47.56; 3. Novotny, 12:15.97.
100 hurdles – 2. Mary Albert, 17.50.
300 hurdles – 2. Albert, 51.27; 4.
Jonell Klopf, 53.08.
400 relay – 3. Elizabeth Baus,
Chloe Kastelic, Elizabeth Raeder,
Claire Wichert, 54.76.
800 relay – 3. Baus, Kastelic,
Raeder, Wichert, 1:55.45.
3,200 relay – 3. Abby Payne, Bethany Kay, Karly Knaus, Elise Suttner,
10:30.19.
High jump – 1. Rachael Cecka, 5-4.
Pole vault – 2. Raeder, 8-9.
Discus – 3. Cecka, 114-9.


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