mickjagger
2015 WIAA Boys & Girls State Track & Field Championships:

WSN Boys & Girls Preview:
http://www.wissports.net/news_article/show/521221?referrer_id=519407

WIAA Boys & Girls Individual Results and Team Standings:
http://www.wiaawi.org/Sports/BoysTrackField.aspx
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mickjagger
mickjagger wrote:
2015 WIAA Boys & Girls State Track & Field Championships:

WSN Boys & Girls Preview:
http://www.wissports.net/news_article/show/521221?referrer_id=519407

WIAA Boys & Girls Individual Results and Team Standings:
http://www.wiaawi.org/Sports/BoysTrackField.aspx
[h]Some great individual performances in the D-1 Girls Finals on Saturday.[/h]

Senior Gabby Beauvais of Monona Grove won the 100, 200 and 400 meter races, along with placing 3rd in the long jump with a state record leap of 19.01 feet (the 1st & 2nd place jumpers also broke the state record).

Gold medal winner Jade Nolan (19-8.5), a senior from Milwaukee Madison-University School and silver-medalist Angel Malone (19-2.5) of Milwaukee Riverside both eclipsed the long jump state record of 18-11 by Wausau East's Brittany Rusch, which had stood since 1994.

Sophomore Cami Davre of Whitefish Bay won the 800 meter run in a record time of 2:09:22, breaking Suzy Favor's 30-yr old state mark of 2:09:88. Davre also won the 1600 meter race and anchored WFB's state champion 4 X 800 meter relay team.

Danielle Kohlwey, a senior from Holmen, came away with gold medals in both the 100 meter and 300 meter hurdles.

And, Hartford junior Samantha Noenning claimed state championship titles in the Shot Put (44.05) and the Discus (161.06).

Whitefish Bay won the D-1 Girls State Championship with 48 points.

[h]In D-1 Boys:[/h]

Senior Maurice Simpson of Milwaukee King took home gold medals in the 100 & 200 meter dashes.

Madison West senior Olin Hacker upheld his family's great distance-running tradition by winning both the 1600 & 3200 meter events.

Cole Van Lanen, a junior from Bayport, doubled down in the weight events, winning state championships in the Shot Put (62.0) and Discus (183-8).

Bayport's senior, Zach Lorbeck also took home 2 gold medals, with top marks in both the high jump (6-7) and the long jump (23-3).

And, Racine Park's 4 X 200 meter relay team shattered the previous state record by almost a full second, taking home the gold medal in a time of 1:26:04 (the previous mark was 1:27:03 was set in 2010 by Menomoneee Falls). Members of Park's state championship 800 meter relay team were Jamias James, Justin Steward, Vince Posey and Jeremy Steward.

Bayport was the runaway State Champion in D-1, scoring 67 points, out-distancing runner-up Madison West by 31 pts.
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hueby
Meant to post this a week ago...

That was incredible the young lady from Monona Grove winning all those events! She must have been totally exhausted & slept good that night!

Also wanted to congratulate our rivals to the north- Bay Port. That was the 1st time a team from this area won a (just boy's?) D1 outdoor track title in over 50 years! Bay Port has had a really good season in many of their sports teams-I don't remember them doing this well like they have this past year.

I also enjoyed reading of GB Southwest basketball standout Natisha Hiedeman excel in track & field. This sport is an outstanding compliment to many of your "major sports" but unfortunately too many don't realize this.

A side note - A shout out to Ashwubenon' s D1 State Champions 1600 relay team of Gregory, Guzman, Holly and Morgan.

And to the Jag girl's in the shot put.

Have to word this in the correct way as there are many wonderful coaches in various sports at Ashwaubenon- but as far as close knit teams among players, coaches and parents- it is without question their track program. Where everyone works hard, has respect for each other and their opponents, the parents are supportive of the coaches and players (and pull their weight volunteering!), the coaches are outstanding, etc one can't say enough!

This is what inspired me to post this!
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