Colby Girls, Neillsville Boys Claim Eastern Cloverbelt Conference Track Titles

The Colby Girls and Neillsville Boys picked up commanding wins at the Eastern Cloverbelt Conference Track Meet. Colby won the girls meet with 212.5 points and Neillsville won the boys meet with 200.5 points.

Complete meet results HERE

Events Winners

  • Gracie Tallier, Gilman, 100 M Dash, 200 M Dash
  • Noah Schultz, Spencer, 400 M Dash
  • Spencer Boys, 4X800 M Relay
  • Colby Girls, 4X800 M Relay
  • Mason Roenz, Neillsville, Shot Put
  • Bailey Angell, Gilman, Shot Put
  • Leah Zastrow, Spencer, Pole Vault
  • Kendall Weiler, Owen-Withee, 400 M Dash
  • Mira Torbey, Columbus, Long Jump
  • Taytor Lowry, Neillsville, 800 M Run, 1600 M Run
  • Willow Oehmichen, Colby, 800 M Run
  • Daisy Feiten, Colby, 1600 M Run, 3200 M Run
  • Andrew Scheer, Columbus Catholic, 3200 M Run
  • Trinity Severson, Colby, 100 M Hurdles, 300 M Hurdles
  • Logan Amacher, Owen-Withee, 110 M Hurdles, 300 M Hurdles, Pole Vault
  • Spencer Boys, 4X100 M Relay
  • Caden Healy, Colby, 100 M Dash, 200 M Dash, Long Jump
  • Loyal Girls, 4X100 M Relay
  • Neillsville Boys, 4X200 M Relay
  • Alyssia Zvolena, Loyal, High Jump
  • Abrial Kubista, Loyal, Triple Jump
  • Loyal Girls, 4X200 M Relay
  • Spence Boys, 4X400 M Relay
  • Colby Girls, 4X400 M Relay
  • Derek Jeske, Colby, Discus
  • Malayna Rieck, Colby, Discus
  • Ashten Schultz, Neillsvile, High Jump, Triple Jump

Womens Varsity

1. Colby 212.5
2. Loyal 152.5
3. Neillsville 77.5
4. Gilman 58
5. Owen-Withee 46
6. Spencer 35
6. Greenwood 35
8. Granton 23.5
9. Columbus Catholic 22


Mens Varsity

1. Neillsville 200.5
2. Colby 125
3. Owen-Withee 113
4. Spencer 78.5
5. Greenwood 53
6. Columbus Catholic 41
7. Loyal 30
8. Gilman 18
9. Granton 9


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David Keech is a math teacher in Wisconsin Rapids and public address announcer for Abbotsord High School. He officiates basketball, baseball, and softball in central Wisconsin. He has reported on amateur sports since 2011, known as 'KeechDaVoice.' David can be reached at [email protected]