Novotny, Bolich lead at Oshkosh Invite


JULIA NOVOTNY, Plymouth junior, competes in the 1,600-meter run at Monday’s Oshkosh Invitational girls track meet. Novotny finished fourth. — Submitted photo JULIA NOVOTNY, Plymouth junior, competes in the 1,600-meter run at Monday’s Oshkosh Invitational girls track meet. Novotny finished fourth. — Submitted photo OSHKOSH – Junior Julia Novotny and sophomore Sophie Bolich finished fourth in the 1,600- and 3,200-meter races to pace the Plymouth Panthers at Monday’s Oshkosh Girls Large School Invitational track meet.

The 23-team meet, held at UW-Oshkosh’s Kolf Center, wrapped up the Panthers’ indoor season. The PHS girls and boys squads begin outdoor competition April 15 with Eastern Wisconsin Conference quadrangulars at Kewaskum, starting at 4 p.m.

Novotny recorded a time of 5 minutes, 32.45 seconds. Hattie Plumb of Bay Port was first in 5:27.26.

Bolich posted a time of 11:55.00. The winner was Lauren Farina of Appleton North in 11:23.65.

The Panthers tied for 19th with Kaukauna at 11 points each. Kimberly earned first with 63½.

Plymouth’s other place-winner was the 3,200 relay which took eighth in 10:36.36. The foursome included Brooke Koehn, Karly Knaus, Abby Payne and Novotny.

“Our girls competed very well in a quite challenging meet,” said PHS head coach Jay Grosshuech.

“Our relay teams ran well and our distance girls also had a good night also. Our throwers [Kyra Kronberg and Taylor Meyer] also continue to look good.”


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