Athletes punch their tickets to state track and field


WAUSAU, Wis. (WSAW) – Many area athletes punched their ticket to the state and field meet in La Crosse on May 31-June 1 through their respective Thursday evening. Athletes who finished in the top three in their events in Division 1 and top four in Divisions 2 and 3 qualified for state.

In Colby, the host’s own Daelyn Rieck took first place in the shotput with a of 39 feet, six inches on her second . She qualifies for state for the second straight year. Over in the long jump, no surprises from Antigo’s MacKenzie Wissbroecker who leaped 18 feet to return to state and defend her back-to-back titles in the long jump. Wittenberg-Birnamwood’s Faith Resch finished second with a jump of 17 feet, six inches. In the 100-meter dash, Northland Pines Eli Kerner finished in third place with a time of 11.23 seconds. For the full list of qualifiers, you can find them here.

In Hudson, Wisconsin Valley teams competed in the Division 1 meet. D.C. Everest’s Jorden Ukpong blew away the competition with a of 157 feet, 11 inches to head to state for the first time in his career. Behind him, Wausau East’s Marcus Gruszynski and Marshfield’s Ethan Knecht finished second and third, respectively. Wausau East’s Lily Clifford will return to state in girls shotput after winning the event with a of 39-feet, 5.50 inches.

Over on the , the Valley gets a first, second and third place finish again in the 110 meter hurdles. D.C. Everest’s Blake Postler wins the event, with Mason Meyer of East and Ben Kempe of SPASH behind him in second and third, respectively. D.C. Everest’s Sara Mlodik won the girls 1,600-meter run with a final time of 4:58.26, 18 seconds faster than second place. And in the 300-meter hurdles, D.C. Everest’s Megan Zemke returns to state with a win. You can view the full results from that meet here. Top three finishers qualified for state.

In Cameron, Division 3 teams competed with Autumn Michalski doing her usual thing for Chequamegon. The Oklahoma State commit win the 1600 meter and the 800 meter races to punch her ticket to state in both. In the girls’ 4×800 meter, Phillips’ team of Ruby McCormick, Addie Gabay, Sarah Knaack and Leah Harper won with a time of 9:55.52. It’s the school’s second straight state trip in this event. In the boys pole vault, Athens’ Ryan Peel returns to state for the third straight year after a second place finish in 2022 and a third place finish in 2023. you can find the full results from that meet here.

For the full results from every WIAA and field sectional meet, you can head to this link.



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