PHS girls compete at Oshkosh Invite

OSHKOSH – A good showing in the field events highlighted the Plymouth Panthers’ performance in the Oshkosh Invitational Girls Large School indoor track meet at UW-Oshkosh’s Kolf Center March 27.

The Panthers were led by sophomore Gabi Mella who finished seventh in the long jump which gave PHS its two team points in the 24-team meet. Mella earned her place with a 15-10ΒΌ effort.

Plymouth’s other top-10 performers included Cece Huhn, ninth in the high jump at 5-0, and Emily LaVine who took 10th in the shot put with 31-6.

“This is a very competitive meet. It is a good one to end our indoor season on,” said Panther head coach Jay Grosshuesch.

“Our girls’ performances in this meet indicate we have improved since our first indoor meet. But our places indicate that we still have much work to do.

“Cece Huhn and Emma Grapentine had strong nights in the high jump – both hitting career personal records. Gabi had a nice effort in the long jump and Emily LaVine is showing some real promise in the shot put early this season,” said Grosshuesch.

Grapentine posted a 4-8 performance in the high jump.

“We now hope to continue to work hard as we prepare for our outdoor season,” said the coach.

Waukesha West won the meet with 50 points.

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