SPASH Boys Take 4th at WIAA State Cross Country Meet

Wisconsin Rapids (OnFocus) – Onalaska took first and Homestead second in the WIAA Division 1 Boys Cross Country Meet on Saturday.

The SPASH boys took 4th at state, 4 points behind third place Wauwatosa East.

1. Onalaska
6 13 19 22 29 (96)(137) = 89
Manny Putz 9, Ron Walters 12, Austin Oyen 12, Tyler Lee 12, Blake
Burnstad 10, Jesse Dechambeau 12, Nick Rudrud 11
2. Homestead
2 4 11 15 62 (83) (86) = 94
Owen Bosley 11, Dominic Silhol 11, Kyle Knutson 12, Cullen Boyle 12,
Connor Rathe 10, Adam Dolan 12, Nathan Gruenwald 12
3. Wauwatosa East
5 7 10 61 65 (100)(106) = 148
Arthur Wellenstein 12, Aidan Matthai 12, Grant Matthai 12, Antonio
Riofrio 12, Tony Camacho 12, Liam Nolan 11, Patrick Margerie 10
4. Stevens Point
8 18 27 42 57 (66)(123) = 152
Bode Erickson 10, James Jacobs 12, Eric Boettcher 12, Aloysius Franzen
10, Tye Lepak 12, Tate Bruckhart 11, Ethan Olds 9
5. Badger
9 30 37 40 53 (93)(115) = 169
Demetrius Farmakis 12, Dominic Alonzo 12, Angel Toribio 12, Evan Wruk
12, Brody Kluge 12, Nolan Cassidy 12, Nathaniel Rafe 12
6. Arrowhead
14 21 38 47 50 (52) (87) = 170
Charlie Wesley 12, Ty Getz 11, Noah Krause 11, Nathan Klauck 11, Alec
Neuharth 10, Tyler Heiman 10, Owen Kowalewski 11
7. Madison West
20 35 44 59 73 (92)(108) = 231
Zach Temple 10, Eli Pettit 10, Paul Treiber 12, Liam Culp 9, Jonah
Simonson 10, Truman White 10, Joe Valley 12
8. Hartford Union
16 45 48 58 72 (76) (79) = 239
Nash Merklein 11, Cael Schoemann 12, Mason Weber 10, Adam Weyer 11,
Jacob Mularski 12, Andrew Frase 11, Thomas Binns 11
9. Middleton
3 31 56 68 112 (124)(132) = 270
Griffin Ward 12, Joseph Schwartz 11, Ethan Mladucky 12, Dean Montour
11, William Whiteis 10, Nathan Kurtz 11, Miles Wagener 10
10. Oconomowoc
17 23 55 78 102 (131) = 275
Zachariah Vance 11, Hayden Triebold 11, Jayden Sayles 10, Payton
Triebold 11, Andrew Vizcarra 10, Eli Miller 12
11. Sun Prairie
25 34 51 75 94 (114)(138) = 279
Joseph Freng 12, Mateo Alvarado Venega 11, Jonah Marshall 10, Ben
Marshall 12, James Lennington 9, Leo Saron 9, Gabe Roe 10
12. Bay Port
12 36 60 71 117 (118)(134) = 296
Tony Adriansen 12, Connor Behrend 12, Jacob Schertz 12, Landen Heim 11,
Steven North 12, Dylan Shulstad 12, Grant Rocheleau 12
13. Kenosha Indian Trail
26 69 70 77 82 (89)(129) = 324
Keegan Meier 12, Remy Strichartz 9, Nick Fonk 12, Chad Helmke 12, Nick
Klinkhammer 12, Holden Forgette 10, Gabe Islas 12
14. Wisconsin Lutheran
49 63 64 67 90 (119)(121) = 333
Michael Miller 12, Jacob Alejandro 11, Quincy Kehoe 9, Silas Ebeling
11, Nick Wendl 11, Joey Merrill 11, Sam Goede 10
15. West Bend West
24 46 85 98 101 (104)(116) = 354
Sam Schreiber 12, Nathan Butters 11, Joe Prasch 12, Andrew Hartzell 11,
Kyler Fuchs 12, Quinlin Ehlke 9, Carson Hammer 9
16. Marquette University
28 39 88 95 107 (109) = 357
Christian Kohr 12, Jack Beehler 12, Jack Retzer 12, John Wood 12, Sam
Womack 12, Jack Kwiatt 9
17. Neenah
1 43 97 110 113 (126)(135) = 364
Austin Henderson 12, Jack Dorner 11, Josh Ryan 12, Ian Cowell 11, Drew
Gentile 11, Gage Ramos 12, Carson Timm 11
18. Hudson
33 80 81 91 103 (122)(128) = 388
Henry Czupryna 12, Taggert Ruedebusch 10, Addisu Haverly 10, Noah
Lawrence 10, Brock Bjerke 10, Ethan Eilertson 10, Jager Ruedebusch 9
19. Green Bay Preble
32 41 99 125 130 (133)(136) = 427
Garrison Willems 12, Aaron Paris 12, Adam Cotter 12, Ethan Raye 11,
Connor Shaw 10, Ian Hoppe 11, Peyton Kuehn 9
20. Franklin
54 74 84 105 111 (120)(127) = 428
Carson Kerlin 11, Davis Anderson 11, Erik Rocha 11, Landon Harris 10,
Ethan Shelton 11, Liam Sullivan 9, Devan Turner 10

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]