Pacelli, Athens and Marathon Boys Cross Country Compete at State Meet

Wisconsin Rapids (OnFocus) – Three area boys cross country teams competed in the Division 3 State Cross Country Meet.

Leading area teams was the Pacelli Cardinals, finishing in 7th place.

Athens took 13th and Marathon finished 15th.

1. Valders
1 2 12 21 42 (43) (62) = 78
Shane Griepentrog 12, Clay Taylor 12, Mitchell Braun 12, Brayden Sabel
11, Luke Risse 12, Gunnar Romuald 9, Ben Eben 12
2. Grantsburg
4 10 15 25 31 (45) (47) = 85
Will Gerber 12, Chase Doornink 12, Conner Quimby 10, Brody Bongaarts
12, Jordan Janes 12, Dominik Spohn 11, Joseph Quintana 10
3. Ozaukee
7 14 16 36 85 (96)(100) = 158
Owen Klaus 11, Aaron Nehls 10, Calvin McKee 12, Tyler Mueller 12,
Riley Borchardt 11, Brice Schueller 9, Otto Utecht 9
4. Poynette
5 18 20 60 61 (78) (82) = 164
Tucker Johnson 12, Trent Chadwick 12, Trent Sickenberger 12, Tanis
Crawford 10, Carter Hansen 12, Austin Kruger 12, Wentz Brady 12
5. Brookfield Academy
6 22 28 49 71 (77)(104) = 176
Nathaniel Osborne 12, Kamron Kaiser 10, Carlos Castro-Lopez 11, Jacob
Reiner 12, Daniel Reiner 10, Davis Arvold 11, Grant Ihlenfeld 12
6. Sheboygan Area Lutheran
17 27 37 38 66 (69) (86) = 185
Logan Zak 12, Travis Tock 10, Logan Grasse 10, Zach Glewen 11, David
Vanic 10, Drew Vaszily 11, Grant Portenier 12
7. Pacelli
9 19 44 50 74 (106) = 196
Adam Eiden 11, Gabe Hoerter 11, Sam Carpenter 10, Lucas Haemmerle 9,
Nolan Wojchik 10, Nathaniel Meadows 10
8. Aquinas
8 23 33 65 81 (83) (94) = 210
Jonathan Skemp 10, Alec Taylor 12, Nick Drye 12, Tate Flege 11, Declan
Gregg 9, Ben Swift 12, Max Byington 12
9. Spring Valley
11 29 30 67 76 (98)(101) = 213
Charlie Maier 12, Blayne Gregg 12, Ryan Burr 12, Logen Vorlicek 11,
Brody Gregg 10, Colton Hoyt 10, Danny Cipriano 9
10. Boscobel
26 34 48 56 58 (64) (93) = 222
Ben Bohringer 12, Levi Glasbrenner 12, Brady Smith 12, Gabe Davis 10,
Hayden Schott 11, Sawyer Smith 9, Tucker Schmid-Cox 10
11. Ladysmith
24 40 55 59 63 (90)(105) = 241
Gavin Stewart 9, Blake Prince 12, Eli Rogers 11, Ethan Stewart 11,
Pete West 12, Bishop Peterson 12, Jack West 12
12. McDonell Central Catholic
3 52 72 73 79 (89) = 279
Dan Anderson 12, Paul Pfeifer 11, Eddie Mittermeyer 11, Cooper
Mittermeyer 9, Corbin Holm 10, Harrison Bullard 10
13. Athens
39 46 54 57 87 (109) = 283
Nathan Wolf 11, Brooks Kraus 12, Andy Schaer 10, Connor Sheahan 11,
Nick Pittman 9, Garrett Knott 10
14. Kickapoo/La Farge
13 41 75 80 88 (103)(107) = 297
Nolan Reese 11, Corey Camlek 12, Dylan Jacks 12, Ryther Gehrke 10, Sam
Miller 9, Zach Hansen 9, Aaron Camlek 10
15. Marathon
32 53 68 84 97 (102)(108) = 334
Jacob Smith 10, Jaron Gage 11, Dylan Dodson 10, Derek Vesely 10, Ian
Blake 11, Owen Marks 12, Brandon Gitzlaff 10
16. Auburndale
35 51 70 91 92 (95) (99) = 339
Charles Jewell 11, Mason White Eagle 11, Ian Grosskopf 11, Parker
Empey 12, Gavin White Eagle 12, Sawyer Cherney 10, Alex Mikes 11

Six Teams and Individuals Crowned WIAA Cross Country Champions

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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]