Tiger boys take third in BEC Relays


JESSE GUERRERO leads off Elkhart Lake’s 800-meter relay at Monday’s BEC Relays in Kohler. The Resorters’ other relay members were Raistlin Lopez-Lloyd, Cole Entringer and Noah Ruh. EL finished sixth in the race. – Photo by Mike McGill JESSE GUERRERO leads off Elkhart Lake’s 800-meter relay at Monday’s BEC Relays in Kohler. The Resorters’ other relay members were Raistlin Lopez-Lloyd, Cole Entringer and Noah Ruh. EL finished sixth in the race. – Photo by Mike McGill KOHLER – The Howards Grove Tigers earned third place in the boys meet at Monday’s Big East Conference Relays.

HG scored 64 points in the 13-team meet. Host Kohler successfully its title – racking up 93 points.

Random Lake was the runner up with 70. The Elkhart Lake-Glenbeulah Resorters finished ninth with 25.

Random Lake won the 12- team girls meet with 75 points, followed by Ozaukee with 64. The Tigers were 12th with three. Elkhart didn’t have any participants in the meet.

The Tiger boys were led by its 400-meter relay team which earned first in 47.44 seconds. The relay included Will Rautmann, Jack Peterson, Josh Schorer and Colton Bitter.


NIC KOENIG of Howards Grove competes in the high jump at Monday’s BEC Relays in Kohler. The Tigers placed third in the meet. – Photo by Mike McGill NIC KOENIG of Howards Grove competes in the high jump at Monday’s BEC Relays in Kohler. The Tigers placed third in the meet. – Photo by Mike McGill HG had three second-place finishers – 800 sprint medley in 1 minute, 43.15 seconds; long jump, led by Jack Peterson’s 18-11¼ effort; and the discus, paced by Matthew Schorer’s 106-3 toss.

The Tigers’ sprint medley consisted of Schorer, Bitter, Peterson and Gavin Winter. The other members of the Tigers’ long-jump unit were Gavin Winter at 18-9½ and Justin Miller, 16-2¾. The discus team also included Luke Schroeder with 104-8 and Alec Danen, 83-2.

The Resorters’ boys squad was led by its 800 sprint medley team which captured third in 1:43.83. The relay included Jesse Guerrero, Yoshi Sesoko, Noah Ruh and Hunter Radloff.

Elkhart’s next-highest finisher was the shot put where the Resorters took fourth, paced by Finn Shields and Bryce Sitko with performances of 37-10 and 37-7, respectively.

The Tiger girls were led by their distance medley which took seventh in 15:53.40. The relay members were Emma Dehne, Angela Hayner, Mattie Milz and Natalie Englebert.

“It was a beautiful night to compete. We were thankful for Kohler’s efforts to get their facilities ready for us to compete after the snowstorm from last week,” said Tiger head coach Mark Maranell.

“We were pleased with our performance. Our training has us right where we need to be to make a push for the second half of the season. I anticipate our performances to continue to get better,” said Maranell.

“I was impressed with Noah Ruh who jumped his longest distance in the long jump at 18-7. Jesse Guerrero also jumped his best at 17-3,” said Resorter head coach Joe Greuel.

Noah and Ruh keyed Elkhart’s fifth-place showing in the long jump.

“Jesse also led the relays and had good starts. Austin [Henschel] and Raistlin [Lopez Lloyd] both ran their best times in the 400 [as part of the 1,600 relay].

“As usual, Hunter Radloff has been consistent with his performances in his events. Finn Shields also threw well in the discus. Overall, we need to be more consistent in our team efforts in all events,” said Greuel.

Shields had the second-best throw among all discus competitors with 136-9.

“It was disappointing that the girls could not compete due to an injury,” said the EL coach.


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