County ski team wins meet at Greenbush


ELLA REINEMANN (931) of the area Northern Kettle Moraine cross-country ski club leads a group of racers in the middle school race at the Jan. 19 Kettle Moraine Challenge Youth Ski Race. — Photo by Michael McFadzen ELLA REINEMANN (931) of the area Northern Kettle Moraine cross-country ski club leads a group of racers in the middle school race at the Jan. 19 Kettle Moraine Challenge Youth Ski Race. — Photo by Michael McFadzen GREENBUSH – The area Northern Kettle Moraine Ski Club finished first in the high school girls meet at the Kettle Moraine Challenge Youth Ski Race Jan. 19 at the Greenbush Ski Trails.

The club, which also includes a high school boys team and boys and girls middle school squads, has cross-country skiers from mostly Sheboygan County. The win for the high school girls team was its first of the season. Peak Nordic of Milwaukee placed second.

Kettle Moraine took second in the high school boys meet. The winner was Peak Nordic.

Katie Reinemann led the Kettle Moraine team with a runner-up finish in 25 minutes, 16 seconds on the 6-kilometer course. The winner was Mei Fredeen of Bay Nordic (Green Bay) in 25:10. Kettle Moraine’s Anya Athan took third in 29:58.


THE NORTHERN KETTLE MORAINE girls team earned the firstplace plaque in the high school meet at the Kettle Moraine Challenge Youth Ski Race Jan. 19. The team includes (left to right) Katy Zemke, Ali Leonhard, Bridget Murphy, Katie Reinemann, Anya Athan and Molly Knoedler. — Photo by Katie Kleiber THE NORTHERN KETTLE MORAINE girls team earned the firstplace plaque in the high school meet at the Kettle Moraine Challenge Youth Ski Race Jan. 19. The team includes (left to right) Katy Zemke, Ali Leonhard, Bridget Murphy, Katie Reinemann, Anya Athan and Molly Knoedler. — Photo by Katie Kleiber Kettle Moraine’s boys team was led by Nathan Gunderson who earned second in 19:32. Gunderson’s teammate Tim Scharrer took fourth in 21:26. Mitch Hollman of Peak Nordic captured first with an 18:42 effort.

“Greenbush was a very chal- lenging course with lots of hills but it’s our home course. It really was a great event for our team [club],” said Kettle Moraine coach Steve Scharrer. “Everyone did well.”

Ella Reinemann was the Kettle Moraine Club’s highest finisher in the 3-kilometer middle school race with a third in the girls competition in 15:15. Greg Werner led the Kettle Moraine boys squad with a ninth in 16:44.

Bay Nordic and Iola won the middle school boys and girls meets, respectively. Kettle Moraine didn’t have enough skiers to compete in the boys and girls team categories.

Scharrer expressed thanks to everyone who helped at the event, including those who donated food and beverages.


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