Mayville Invitational: The host Cardinals edged Waupun for the girls’ title, 224.5-206.5, while the Warriors did the same in the boys’ topping Mayville 244-179 at the five-team meet.
The Mayville girls won nine events, with four of them coming from Hope Kubicek. The senior won the 100-meter hurdles (16.32 seconds), the 300 hurdles (48.24), pole vault (9-6) and triple jump (34-2.5). Amy Chen had a pair of wins for the Cardinals, taking the 100 (12.79) and 200 (27.62). Taylor Mangan won the 400 (1:03.25), while the 400 relay team (Alex McGraw, Cassie Strook, Dakota Drolshagen, Brianna Huiezenga) won in 54.43 seconds and the 800 relay (McGraw, Strook, Marissa Gentz, Huiezenga) won in 1:57.74.
Waupun’s girls got wins from Hannah Smith in the 1,600 (5:42.50) and 3,200 (12:48.99), Kyra Verheyen in the high jump (5-0), Alex Yedinak in the long jump (15-2) and Jasmine Dolske in the discus (113-2).
The Waupun boys won 13 out of the 18 events. Adrian Harmsen had a big day, winning the 100 (11.64), 200 (22.86) and 400 (52.50) and high jump (5-10). Matt Kuik took the 1,600 (4:45.02) and 3,200 (10:22.60) and Brady Stockwell claimed the shot put (46-1) and discus (156-0). Also adding individual Warrior wins were Bryce Verheyen in the 800 (2:07.15), Sam Malloy in the pole vault (12-0) and Colby Stickney in the long jump (17-5). Waupun also took the 1,600 relay (Bryce Buchda, Luke Dommisse, Reid Zietlow, Verheyen) in 3:49.12 and the 3,200 relay (Buchda, Kuik, Kyle Miller, Verheyen) in 8:50.86.
Mayville’s boys were led by Connelly Pankow winning the 110 hurdles (19.37) and wins from the 400 relay (Auston Padron, Kyle McDermott, Blake Karston, Lee Donovin) in 47.69 seconds and 800 relay (Padron, Lee, Alex Maze, Adam Smith) in 1:38.22.