PHS girls win Pewaukee Invitational

PEWAUKEE – Senior Mary Albert and junior Sophie Bolich spearheaded an excellent team effort as the Plymouth Panthers won the girls championship in Friday’s Pewaukee Track Invitational.

The Panthers racked up 138 points to run away with first. Mayville took second with 106½. PHS won only one event but placed in the top three in 11 events.

Bolich finished second in the 1,600- and 3,200-meter races. Albert was runner-up in the 100 high hurdles and 300 low hurdles.

Plymouth’s first-place finisher was the 800 relay with a time of 1 minute, 53.63 seconds. The relay members were Albert, junior Elizabeth Baus and sophomores Gwen Nytes and Emma Grapentine.

PHS placed third in the boys meet with 97 points. Pewaukee was first with 143.

The Panthers had three winners in the boys competition – junior Jake Schneider in the 200 dash in 22.77 seconds; 800 relay, 1:30.32; and junior Max Schermacher in the pole vault at 12-6. The relay included Schneider, seniors Dominic Bocchini and Evan Sebranek and junior Samuel Staehling.

“We had a nice meet. It was nice to go to a meet and see some different teams. It was a competitive meet and our athletes really rose up and responded well,” said Panther head coach Jay Grosshuesch.

“For the girls, Sophie Bolich and Morgan Lisowe continued to put together some strong performancesas did Mary Albert.”

Lisowe finished third in the 100 and 400 races.

“For our boys our sprinters continue to run very well. Samuel and Jake Schneider scored well with great runs in the 100, 200 and 800 relay. Dominic ran some great relay legs. Max and Alex [Schmidt] jumped well in the pole vault,” said Grosshuesch.

Schmidt placed fourth in the pole vault with a 10-6 effort.

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