Panther teams earn third in ECC Relays


EMILY LAVINE of Plymouth competes in the shot put at Tuesday’s ECC Relays. – Re- view photo by Greg Ceilley EMILY LAVINE of Plymouth competes in the shot put at Tuesday’s ECC Relays. – Re- view photo by Greg Ceilley PLYMOUTH – The Plymouth Panthers’ boys and girls teams finished third in their respective meets at the East Central Conference Relays here Tuesday.

Winneconne won the girls competition with 122 points and the Panthers scored 97. The boys champion was Ripon with 117. PHS tallied 87.

The Panthers won three events in the boys meet – the 4,800-meter relay in 15 minutes, 19.15 seconds; pole vault; and the discus. The relay team included Max Hassel, Eric Preissner and Gabe Olsen.

Jaxsen Schermacher led the pole-vault team individually with a meet-best 13-6. Also competing were Kory Tetschlag, second at 11-6, and Ethan Joseph, eighth with 9-6.

The discus unit was paced by Jack Nytes who finished third with a career-best 155-0 effort. Korey Friederichs was fifth with a personal-record 144-1½. Isaac Kraus took 11th with 101-8½.


ERIC PREISSNER of Plymouth runs the leadoff leg in the 4,800-meter relay at Tuesday’s ECC Relays. PHS won the relay race. – Review photo by Greg Ceilley ERIC PREISSNER of Plymouth runs the leadoff leg in the 4,800-meter relay at Tuesday’s ECC Relays. PHS won the relay race. – Review photo by Greg Ceilley The PHS girls won the 800 sprint medley in 1:54.80; the high jump and the long jump. The medley included Madeline Haucke, Ellie Staehling, Gabi Mella and Lauren Rabe.

The high-jump team was led by Cece Huhn who had a meet-best 5-4. Ellie Staehling placed fourth with 5-8 and Haucke was seventh at 4-6.

Mella paced the long-jump team with a first-place performance of 15-11. Katie Benedict took sixth at 13-11¼ and Hanna Eigenberger was 13th with 12-9.

“We had some nice balance between our field and running events for both teams. Our field event athletes really scored well as we had good consistent efforts from the three jumpers or throwers that make up the relay teams,” said PHS head coach Jay Grosshuesch.


KOREY FRIEDERICHS of Plymouth unleashes the discus during Tuesday’s ECC Relays. PHS won the discus event. – Review photo by Greg Ceilley KOREY FRIEDERICHS of Plymouth unleashes the discus during Tuesday’s ECC Relays. PHS won the discus event. – Review photo by Greg Ceilley “For the boys our distance and mid-distance groups had some nice splits in their relays.

“Our girls team was led by our mid-distance group that scored well in the 4-by- 800, 800-meter sprint medley and the 4-by-400 relay,” said Grosshuesch.

The 4-by-800 and 4-by-400 relays took second.


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