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Historic night for Frank in final home meet

The Brillion News

REEDSVILLE – Reedsville played host to their final track and field meet of the season last Thursday night. The boys took first place ahead of Manitowoc Lutheran, Elkhart Lake and Sheboygan Lutheran.

The win for the boys was highlighted by a historic effort from senior Trevor Frank. Frank broke the 3200-meter run school record that stood for 30 years. Frank’s time of 10:03.8 broke the 10:05.8 mark set by Scott Kasten in 1986. Kasten was in attendance to congratulate Frank on his accomplishment.

Frank also took first place in the 1600-meter run.

Levi Otto took first place in the 400-meter dash and the triple jump.

Other individual first team finishers included Andy Spatchek in the 800-meter run, Cole Knier in the shot put and Ethan Long in the pole vault.

Spatchek, Otto, Jacob Schneider and Joe Shikoski took first in the 3200-meter relay. Otto, Schneider, Long and Derrick Cherney took first in the 1600-meter relay.

Second place finishers included Nick Hein in the 1600-meter and 3200-meter runs behind only Frank. Michael Torres-Trevino joined Noah Roffers, Brandon Stelzer and Long for a second place finish in the 800-meter relay and later joined Stelzer, Roffers and Callen Boettcher for a third place finish in the 400-meter relay.

Seth Luedtke and Stelzer finished second in the pole vault and long jump, respectively.

Boettcher finished third in the 100-meter dash, Shikoski finished third in the 800-meter run and Cherney finished third in the triple jump.

Lubner continues to hurdle ahead of competition

The girls had a successful night as well finishing second with 95 points, just shy of Manitowoc Lutheran with 101 points.

Faith Lubner led the girls by taking first in the 100 and 300-meter hurdles. Lubner, who won multiple state championships last season, has taken first in the 100 and 300-meter hurdles at every regular season meet Reedsville has had this season.

Before the regular season schedule began, Lubner competed in the Lake Michigan Invite at Carthage College, where many Division I and II schools are present.

On Thursday Lubner made the hurdle events look easy with 2.82 seconds ahead of her teammate and second-place finisher Abby Kocourek in the 100-meter hurdles and a 3.2 second win over second place Lauren Griepentrog from Manitowoc Lincoln in the 300-meter hurdles.

Other first place finishers for Reedsville included Jenna Zahorik in the 200-meter dash, Lexi Wasmuth in the high jump, Marie Wedepohl in the pole vault and Beth Ebben in the shot put and discus.



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