December Athletics Signing Ceremony Sees Two MSHS Student-Athletes Sign National Letters of Intent

December Athletics Signing Ceremony Sees Two MSHS Student-Athletes Sign National Letters of Intent

On Wednesday afternoon (12/19/23), two senior student-athletes from the MSHS Class of 2024 signed National Letters of Intent to solidify their decisions on the institutions they will attend and compete for beginning with the Fall 2024 semester.

Family members, friends, coaches and staff were on-hand as student-athletes were introduced before declaring their decided upon colleges/universities.

Click on the links below for more information on each MSHS student-athlete.

Abby Harma (women’s cross country, women’s track & field – Northern Michigan University)

  • Why Abby Chose Northern Michigan University“I chose Northern because I love the community for endurance sports here in Marquette and the outdoor resources here that make running all the more enjoyable. I love where the team is at and the goals they have for the future and I want to be a part of those amazing goals and aspirations. I have fallen in love with Marquette and the lake, forests, and people here and am excited to be spending my next four years as a wildcat with an incredible group of women. Jenny Ryan and Paige DuBois are truly inspiring and motivating people and I am so excited to have two incredible
    influential women be my coaches and role models for me as I compete at a higher level.”

 

Dasan Smith (football – Central Michigan University)

  • Why Dasan Chose Central Michigan University“I chose Central Michigan for many reasons. One of the reasons is its close proximity to home which is very important to me. CMU also has a small campus feel to make it easy to navigate and get involved.The Exercise Science program at CMU will offer me a quality education and degree while also having a high graduation success rate for its students. As a football program, CMU is a team that is always in contention for the MAC title. In addition, competing at the NCAA Division I level will give me the most competitive and challenging collegiate football journey. Going to Central has the potential to be a stepping stone to make it to the NFL which is a big dream of mine. I would like to thank the coaches and staff at CMU for giving me this opportunity to make my dreams come true. I can’t wait to what the future holds for me at CMU.”
Girls Track & Field Turns In Dominating Performance At MHSAA U.P. Finals To Win 2023 Division 1 Team Title

Girls Track & Field Turns In Dominating Performance At MHSAA U.P. Finals To Win 2023 Division 1 Team Title

On Saturday (6/3/23), the MSHS Girls Track & Field Team traveled to Kingsford to compete in the 2023 MHSAA U.P. Division 1 Track & Field Finals.  After dominating the day from start to finish and winning six of the meet’s events, MSHS cruised to a 34-point win to reclaim the team title for Division 1 Girls.

Click here for a full meet recap (courtesy of MHSAA.com).

Team Scores:

  1. Marquette – 130
  2. Negaunee – 96
  3. Sault Ste. Marie – 83
  4. Houghton – 69
  5. Escanaba – 40
  6. Westwood – 34
  7. Gladstone – 24
  8. Calumet – 18
  9. Iron Mountain – 17
  10. Kingsford – 12
  11. Menominee – 4

Event Winners:

  • 3200 Meter Relay – Lily Ross, Tessa Rautiola, Claire Filpus, Ayla Miller (Houghton; 10:09.50)
  • 100 Meter Hurdles – Danica Ryynanen (Houghton; 16.80)
  • 100 Meter DashJulia Ott (Marquette; 12.67)
  • 800 Meter RelayMeghan MacPhee, Siena Lingle, Sophie Skytta, Baux Truckey (Marquette; 1:49.27)
  • 1600 Meter Run – Tessa Rautiola (Houghton; 5:42.08)
  • 400 Meter RelayHailey Bolf, Sophie Skytta, Bella Coleman, Julia Ott (Marquette; 52.58)
  • 400 Meter DashBaux Truckey (Marquette; 1:02.81)
  • 300 Meter Hurdles – Madison Pekrul (Negaunee; 48.95)
  • 800 Meter Run – Aubrey Johnson (Negaunee; 2:27.76)
  • 200 Meter DashJulia Ott (Marquette; 25.97)
  • 3200 Meter RunElla Fure (Marquette; 12:13.40)
  • 1600 Meter Relay – Mari Bink, Ashley Foust, Annabelle Neumeier, Ava Getzloff (Escanaba; 4:21.53)
  • Pole Vault – Lexi Olson (Westwood; 11’00”)
  • Long Jump – Faith Spiroff (Westwood; 17’03.5″)
  • High Jump – Faith Spiroff (Westwood; 5’04”)
  • Discus Throw – Eliana Juchemich (Negaunee; 117’05”)
  • Shot Put – Hannah Maurer (Sault Ste. Marie; 37’04.5″)

Full results from the meet can be found at this link.

2023 Spring Athletics Signing Ceremony Has Eight MSHS Student-Athletes Declare College Commitments

2023 Spring Athletics Signing Ceremony Has Eight MSHS Student-Athletes Declare College Commitments

On Thursday evening (6/1/23) eight senior student-athletes from the MSHS Class of 2023 made their decisions on the institutions they will attend and compete for beginning with the Fall 2023 semester.

Family members, friends, coaches and staff were on-hand as student-athletes were introduced before declaring their decided upon colleges/universities.

Click on the links below for more information on each MSHS student-athlete.

Cora Anderson (women’s basketball – St. Norbert College)

  • Why Cora Chose St. Norbert College“When I first visited St. Norbert I knew that I wanted to be there for my next four years, they have a great Nursing Program and amazing facilities for both academics and sports. I loved Coach Perry and her style of coaching, as well as the other coaches and players.”

 

 

 

 

Easton Clements (men’s basketball – Bay College)

  • Why Easton Chose Bay College“It’s been my dream to play basketball in college for as long as I can remember. And it has been a journey full of ups and downs, I had to keep faith in my dreams and push through feelings of doubt and times when it seemed nothing was going my way. I chose Bay College because Coach Johnson expressed a lot of interest in me and told me about the opportunities that Bay College can offer, that a lot of other places cannot. When I visited campus, I instantly could see myself being here. I’ll be the first to say it, I had a disappointing varsity basketball career, I never felt like I could be who I am as a player and person and display the countless hours of work that I’ve put in to possess the skills I have today. And just from talking with Coach Johnson for only a couple of hours, I received the most trust and belief from a basketball coach than I’ve ever had in years of high school. This is a major reason why I chose Bay College. I’m very grateful for a fresh start to my basketball career, and I’m excited to get to work and see what the future holds.”

Braden Ketzenberger (men’s cross country/track & field – Michigan Tech University)

  • Why Braden Chose Michigan Tech University“After completing my senior year of Cross Country, I came to the realization that I’m not ready to be done competing.  Michigan Tech afforded me the opportunity to keep running while also providing a good engineering program.

 

 

 

 

Siena Lingle (women’s basketball – Bay College)

  • Why Siena Chose Bay College“When I went to visit Bay College the coach that recruited me gave off good energy and made me feel right at home. Not too long after I found out that he resigned and I got a new coach. I got to meet him and instantly knew he wanted to help me get better. With not being far from home and also being able to do what I love most, I knew Bay College was where I wanted to take my next step in life.

 

 

 

Meghan MacPhee (women’s basketball – Lakeland University)

  • Why Meghan Chose Lakeland University“After visiting Lakeland, I fell in love with the campus and the people there. Everyone was super supportive and friendly, and it was obvious that the coaches, current players, and professors are exactly the type of people who will help push me to become the best version of myself. That combined with excellent academics and the opportunity to conduct research related to my major early on in my college career made it easy to choose Lakeland as the place to further my education and athletic career.

 

 

Baux Truckey (women’s track & field – Northern Michigan University)

  • Why Baux Chose Northern Michigan University“On my recruitment visit to NMU, I was very impressed by how welcoming the coaching staff and the current team members were. I was also very excited about the fact that the team is very young and how competitive they will be in the conference in the
    next few years, and I decided I wanted to be part of that.”

 

 

 

Carson VanderSchaaf (men’s cross country/track & field – Eastern Michigan University)

  • Why Carson Chose Eastern Michigan University“Coach Rinker at Eastern was the first college coach I talked to and from the beginning, I felt that we clicked on a personal and professional level. Coach Rinker and Coach Marr have similar training philosophies, so the adjustment wouldn’t be very big, which I liked. On top of that, when I went on my official visit I really liked all of the guys on the team and it felt like a good fit for me. After going on another visit, I knew that Eastern was the place for me.”

 

 

 

Colin VanderSchaaf (men’s cross country/track & field – Grand Valley State University)

  • Why Colin Chose Grand Valley State University“After going on a visit and meeting the coaching staff and team, I knew that It was the right fit and that I would have the potential to excel not only as an athlete but also academically and socially. I was also very impressed with the facilities and the support services available to the athletes at Grand Valley.”
Julia Ott & Max Dawson Named 2022-23 MSHS “Athletes of the Year”

Julia Ott & Max Dawson Named 2022-23 MSHS “Athletes of the Year”

On Thursday morning (6/1/23), the 19 student-athletes honored during the 2022-23 academic year as “Athletes of the Month” were invited to again celebrate their collective and individual accomplishments.  Each year, Marquette Senior High School is fortunate to have Superiorland Kiwanis sponsor these monthly events to provide its deserving student-athletes with “Athlete of the Month” awards at recognition ceremonies taking place throughout the academic year.

Although student-athletes are recognized for their accomplishments within one sport during the monthly ceremonies, many go on to participate in subsequent sport seasons and accumulate additional athletics honors.  From the group of honorees, two student-athletes were selected as the 2022-23.

MSHS Athletics, along with Superiorland Kiwanis, are proud to announce that Julia Ott (girls basketball; girls track & field) and Max Dawson (boys soccer; boys bowling) have been named as the 2022-23 Student-Athletes of the Year.

2022-23 MSHS Female Athlete of the Year – Julia Ott

  • Sports Participated InGirls Basketball, Girls Track & Field
  • Accolades – Team2023 GNC Girls Track & Field Champions; 2023 MHSAA Division 1 Regional Track & Field Champions
  • Accolades – Individual:
    • Girls Basketball2022-2023 All-U.P. Honorable Mention; 2022-2023 All-GNC Second Team
    • Girls Track & FieldSchool Record Holder – High Jump (5’5″); 2023 MHSAA Regional Champion (400M Relay, 200M); 2023 GNC Champion (100M, 400M Relay, 200M, High Jump) 

 

2022-23 MSHS Male Athlete of the Year – Max Dawson

  • Sports Participated InBoys Soccer, Boys Bowling
  • Accolades – Team2023 U.P. Boys Soccer Champions (15th consecutive)
  • Accolades – Individual:
    • Boys SoccerTeam Captain; School Record Holder – “Goals – Season” (39); School Record Holder – “Goals – Career” (102)
    • Boys Bowling2023 U.P. Champion – Boys Singles

 

 

MSHS had a total of 19 student-athletes honored through the “Athlete of the Month” program in 2022-23.  The full list of honorees can be found below:

  • September 2022 – Kaia Miller (girls tennis) & Peter Closner (football)
  • October 2022 – Monet Argeropoulos (girls cross country) & Braden Ketzenberger (boys cross country)
  • November 2022 – Cora Anderson (volleyball) & Max Dawson (boys soccer) 
  • December 2022 – Meghan MacPhee (girls basketball) & Joe  DeMattia (hockey)
  • January 2023 – Helana Sharp (gymnastics) & Luke Mead (wrestling)
  • February 2023 – Grace Sobczak (girls swim & dive) & Andrew King (boys swim & dive)
  • March 2023 – Anna Grzelak (girls alpine skiing) & Jack Quinnell (boys basketball)
  • April 2023 – Julia Ott (girls track & field), Baux Truckey (girls track & field)  & Logan Peterson (baseball)
  • May 2023 – Sydney Osborne (girls soccer) & Nate Benninger (boys track & field)

 

Sydney Osborne and Nate Benninger Selected As May Student-Athletes Of The Month

Sydney Osborne and Nate Benninger Selected As May Student-Athletes Of The Month

Marquette Senior High School, along with Superiorland Kiwanis, are proud to announce that Sydney Osborne (girls soccer, girls track & field) and Nate Benninger (boys track & field) have been named as the Student-Athletes of the Month for May 2023.

Sydney Osborne is a member of the Class of 2023 and is a dual sport student-athlete in the spring as a member of both the MSHS Varsity Girls Soccer Team and the MSHS Girls Track & Field Team.

Sydney is a four-year member of the Varsity Girls Soccer Team and served as the anchor of a veteran defensive unit for this year’s group. As a team captain this season, she helped guide the squad to another U.P. Championship when they defeated Kingsford in the title game of the U.P. Girls Soccer Tournament on Saturday, 5/20/23. Throughout her career, Sydney has been a consistent driving force for the team coming up with key contributions when they were needed. With her as one of the leaders within the program over the past four years, it is easy to see why her teams have achieved success.

On the track this season, Sydney’s speed has been on display within the sprint events and relays. During the 2023 MHSAA Division 1 Regional Meet that was held in Marquette on Friday, 5/19/23, Sydney turned in a first place finish as part of the 400M Relay Team as well as a second place finish in the 800M Relay. Those finishes were both qualifying performances for the MHSAA U.P. Finals Meet that will be held in Kingsford on 6/3/23.

In the classroom, Sydney owns a 4.01 cumulative GPA which has her included on the MSHS Honor Roll and holding membership in the National Honor Society.

In the Fall of 2022, Sydney signed a National Letter of Intent to attend and participate in the women’s soccer program at Northern Michigan University beginning with the 2023-2024 academic year. While at NMU, she intends on majoring in Biology with a focus in Physiology.

Nate Benninger will be graduating as a member of the Class of 2023 and has been busy this spring finishing out a successful athletics career as a member of the MSHS Boys Track & Field Team.

With a tireless work ethic and the will to constantly improve himself, it is easy to see why Nate is experiencing the success that he is during his senior year. As a senior leader on this year’s track & field team, Nate has helped set the tone for a group that has most recently captured Regional, Great Northern Conference (GNC) and Marquette County championships. At the MHSAA Regional Meet held on 5/19/23, Nate turned in a first place finish in the 400M Relay to go along with runner-up finishes in the 100M, 200M and 800M Relay. He was also Marquette County champion in three events (100M, 400M Relay, 800M Relay).

A two-sport student-athlete at MSHS, Nate served as team captain for the MSHS Varsity Football Team starting at both running back and safety. At season’s end, his on-field performance earned him All-U.P. Honorable Mention and 2021 All-Great Northern Conference First Team honors.
In the classroom, Nate owns a 4.02 cumulative GPA which has him included on the MSHS Honor Roll and National Honor Society. Additionally, his academic reputation saw him recognized with this year’s MSHS Physical Education Departmental Award from the L.G. Kaufman Endowment.

In the February 2023, Nate committed to attend Michigan Technological University beginning with the Fall 2023 semester where he will also participate as a member of the Huskies’ football program. While at MTU, Nate will be pursuing a degree in Exercise Science.

Girls Track & Field Rolls To First Place Finish At GNC Championship

Girls Track & Field Rolls To First Place Finish At GNC Championship

On Thursday (5/25/23), the MSHS Girls Track & Field Team traveled to Escanaba to compete in the 2023 Great Northern Conference Championships.

Team Scores:

  1. Marquette – 155
  2. Escanaba – 97
  3. Gladstone – 53
  4. Menominee – 24
  5. Kingsford – 24

Event Winners:

  • 3200 Meter RelayJane Politi, Aubree Blackburn, Claire Maskart, Ella Fure (Marquette; 11:00.57)
  • 100 Meter Hurdles – Mara Liss (Escanaba; 17.35)
  • 100 Meter DashJulia Ott (Marquette; 12.51)
  • 800 Meter RelayMeghan MacPhee, Bella Coleman, Sophie Skytta, Baux Truckey (Marquette; 1:53.33)
  • 1600 Meter RunElla Fure (Marquette; 5:39.40)
  • 400 Meter RelayHailey Bolf, Bella Coleman, Sophie Skytta, Julia Ott (Marquette; 54.23)
  • 400 Meter DashBaux Truckey (Marquette; 1:02.80)
  • 300 Meter Hurdles – Siena Lingle (Marquette; 51.03)
  • 800 Meter RunElla Fure (Marquette; 2:35.47)
  • 200 Meter DashJulia Ott (Marquette; 26.23)
  • 3200 Meter RunAbigail Harma (Marquette; 12:47.72)
  • 1600 Meter RelayErin Schuettpelz, Gianna Coduti, Emily Schuettpelz, Attica Brandt (Menominee; 4:30.33)
  • Pole Vault – Sophia Wagner (Escanaba; 9’06”)
  • Long Jump – Erika Malone (Kingsford; 16’00”)
  • High JumpJulia Ott (Marquette; 5’00”)
  • Discus ThrowCora Anderson (Marquette; 84’02”)
  • Shot PutCora Anderson (Marquette; 32’09”)

Full results from the meet can be found at this link.

The team will next be in action on Saturday, June 3, when they compete at the 2023 MHSAA U.P. Division 1 Track & Field Finals hosted by Kingsford High School.  Both field and running events will begin at 10:00 a.m. EST.  Full meet information can be found at this link.

Girls Track & Field Takes First Place At MHSAA Division 1 Regional Meet

Girls Track & Field Takes First Place At MHSAA Division 1 Regional Meet

On Friday (5/19/23), the MSHS Girls Track & Field Team hosted the MHSAA Division 1 Regional Track & Field Meet.  The top four individuals/relay teams in each event at the meet qualified for the MHSAA Division 1 U.P. Finals that will be held at Kingsford on Saturday, June 3.

Team Scores:

  1. Marquette – 67
  2. Sault Ste. Marie – 56
  3. Escanaba – 35
  4. Gladstone – 16
  5. Menominee – 13

Event Winners:

  • 3200 Meter RelayMaija Maki-Warne, Ella Fure, Claire Maskart, Aubree Blackburn (Marquette; 10:55.31)
  • 100 Meter HurdlesSiena Lingle (Marquette; 17.56)
  • 100 Meter DashBaux Truckey (Marquette; 12.88)
  • 800 Meter Relay – Mackenzie Bell, Dayna Szabo, Tarynn Pratt, Bella Smith (Sault Ste. Marie; 1:54.40)
  • 1600 Meter Run – Attica Brandt (Menominee; 5:48.07)
  • 400 Meter RelayHailey Bolf, Sophie Skytta, Sydney Osborne, Julia Ott (Marquette; 54.85)
  • 400 Meter DashBaux Truckey (Marquette; 1:04.09)
  • 300 Meter Hurdles – Siena Lingle (Marquette; 50.45)
  • 800 Meter Run – Isabella DeWildt (Sault Ste. Marie; 2:34.57)
  • 200 Meter DashJulia Ott (Marquette; 26.43)
  • 3200 Meter RunElla Fure (Marquette; 12:25.00)
  • 1600 Meter Relay – Isabella DeWildt, Dayna Szabo, Ava Mayer, Tarynn Pratt (Sault Ste. Marie; 4:32.71)
  • Pole Vault – Sophia Wagner (Escanaba; 9’00”)
  • Long Jump – Mari Bink (Escanaba; 15’06”)
  • High Jump – Adrianna Getzloff (Escanaba; 5’02”)
  • Discus Throw – Katie Anderson (Sault Ste. Marie; 93’11”)
  • Shot Put – Hannah Maurer (Sault Ste. Marie; 33’01”)

Full results from the meet can be found at this link.

The team will next be in action on Thursday, May 25, when they travel to Escanaba to compete in the Great Northern Conference Meet.  Field events will begin at 3:30 p.m. with running events starting at 3:45 p.m.

Cora Anderson and Peter Closner Receive 2022-23 Kaufman Organizational Awards For Athletics

Cora Anderson and Peter Closner Receive 2022-23 Kaufman Organizational Awards For Athletics

On Wednesday evening (5/17/23), MSHS seniors Cora Anderson (volleyball, girls basketball, girls track & field) and Peter Closner (football, boys basketball) were honored with the MSHS Athletics Organizational Awards from the L.G. Kaufman Endowment School Fund.

Criteria for the award are based on demonstrated qualities in three areas: character, leadership and excellence.

Cora Anderson is the daughter of Brian Anderson and Mary Tobin-Anderson.

Cora is a three-sport student-athlete at MSHS and has been a four-year member of the volleyball, girls basketball and girls track & field programs. A co-captain on this year’s varsity volleyball team, Cora has displayed a tireless work ethic and consistent dedication across each athletics season that has her as a respected leader among her peers.

Among Cora’s many accolades are being named to the All-Great Northern Conference Second Team in volleyball as well as receiving All-Great Northern Conference Honorable Mention honors in girls basketball. She is also hoping to repeat as the individual champion in the shot put at this year’s Great Northern Conference track & field meet.

Cora’s commitment to excellence extends into the classroom as well and was rewarded with the Academic All-State Award from the Michigan Interscholastic Volleyball Coaches Association (MIVCA) this fall.

Cora will be attending St. Norbert College to major in nursing and minor in Spanish while also competing on the Green Knights’ Women’s Basketball Team.

Peter Closner is the son of Pete and Lisa Closner.

A two-sport student-athlete at MSHS having participated in the football and boys basketball programs, Peter guides his peers through a stoic, lead-by-example nature that has led both him and his teams to athletic and academic success.

During the 2022 football season, Peter accumulated defensive stats of 105 tackles, 9 sacks, 2 fumble recoveries and 3 blocked punts. This adds to his offensive numbers of 27 catches for 340 yards and 8 touchdowns as a wide receiver.

These statistics and Peter’s performance garnered a list of postseason awards including All-State First Team, U.P. Defensive Player of the Year, All-U.P. “Dream Team”, Great Northern Conference Defensive Player of the Year and All-Great Northern Conference.

In February of this year, Peter signed a National Letter of Intent to attend Michigan Tech University, where he will participate as a member of the Huskies football program. He plans to major in civil engineering.

Girls Track & Field Wins Team Title At Marquette County Championships

Girls Track & Field Wins Team Title At Marquette County Championships

On Monday (5/15/23), the MSHS Girls Track & Field Team traveled to compete in the Marquette County Championships that were hosted by Westwood High School.

Team Scores:

  1. Marquette – 136
  2. Negaunee – 129
  3. Westwood – 53
  4. Gwinn – 22
  5. Republic-Michigamme – 1

Event Winners:

  • 3200 Meter Relay – Negaunee; 11:22.31
  • 100 Meter Hurdles – Madison Pekrul (Negaunee; 16.96)
  • 100 Meter DashJulia Ott (Marquette; 12.75)
  • 800 Meter RelayMarquette; 1:54.43
  • 1600 Meter Run – Endla Harris (Negaunee; 5:59.25)
  • 400 Meter Relay – Negaunee; 54.66
  • 400 Meter Dash – Faith Spiroff (Westwood; 1:03.22)
  • 300 Meter Hurdles – Madison Pekrul (Negaunee; 49.78)
  • 800 Meter RunElla Fure (Marquette; 2:37.31)
  • 200 Meter DashJulia Ott (Marquette; 26.47)
  • 3200 Meter RunAbigail Harma (Marquette; 12:29.19)
  • 1600 Meter Relay – Negaunee; 3:46.87
  • Pole Vault – Lexi Olson (Westwood; 8’00”)
  • Long Jump – Faith Spiroff (Westwood; 17’01”)
  • High Jump – Faith Spiroff (Westwood; 5’04”)
  • Discus Throw – Eliana Juchemich (Negaunee; 105’04”)
  • Shot Put – Eliana Juchemich (Negaunee; 37’11”)

Full results from the meet can be found at this link.

The team will next be in action on Friday, May 19, when they host the MHSAA Division 1 Regional Meet.  Field events will begin at 3:30 p.m. with running events starting at 3:45 p.m.  Tickets for the meet are available at this link.

Girls Track & Field Finishes Second At Negaunee Lions Invite; Julia Ott Sets New School Record In High Jump

Girls Track & Field Finishes Second At Negaunee Lions Invite; Julia Ott Sets New School Record In High Jump

On Friday (5/12/23), the MSHS Girls Track & Field Team traveled to compete in the Negaunee Lions Invitational.  Nine schools participated in the event that produced a highly competitive field for U.P. teams.

In the midst of the competition, senior Julia Ott set a new school record in the high jump when she cleared 5’5″.  Ott’s jump bested the previous record that was set by Katie Miller in 1977.

Team Scores:

  1. Negaunee – 104
  2. Marquette – 71
  3. Escanaba – 47
  4. Ishpeming – 44
  5. Westwood – 35
  6. Gladstone – 29
  7. Gwinn – 12
  8. Menominee – 7
  9. Kingsford – 4

Event Winners:

  • 3200 Meter Relay – Seere Helms-Gleason, Marlee Plaxco, Endla Harris, Aubrey Johnson (Negaunee; 10:45.01)
  • 100 Meter Hurdles – Madison Pekrul (Negaunee; 16.97)
  • 100 Meter DashJulia Ott (Marquette; 13.14)
  • 800 Meter RelayMeghan MacPhee, Sophie Skytta, Siena Lingle, Baux Truckey (Marquette; 1:52.58)
  • 1600 Meter Run – Lola Korpi (Ishpeming; 5:37.80)
  • 400 Meter RelayHailey Bolf, Sophie Skytta, Julia Ott, Baux Truckey (Marquette; 54.08)
  • 400 Meter Dash – Faith Spiroff (Westwood; 1:04.41)
  • 300 Meter Hurdles – Madison Pekrul (Negaunee; 50.14)
  • 800 Meter Run – Lola Korpi (Ishpeming; 2:33.25)
  • 200 Meter Dash – Jacie Tuljus (Gladstone; 27.32)
  • 3200 Meter RunElla Fure (Marquette; 11:50.26)
  • 1600 Meter Relay – Madison Pekrul, Kayleigh Manninen, Olivia Lunseth, Seere Helms-Gleason (Negaunee; 4:28.13)
  • Pole Vault – Lexi Olson (Westwood; 10’06”)
  • Long Jump – Faith Spiroff (Westwood; 17’04”)
  • High Jump – Faith Spiroff (Westwood; 5’06”)
  • Discus Throw – Eliana Juchemich (Negaunee; 111’11”)
  • Shot Put – Eliana Juchemich (Negaunee; 37’00”)

Full results from the meet can be found at this link.

The team will next be in action on Monday, May 15, when they compete in the Marquette County Championships hosted by Westwood High School.  Field events will begin at 3:30 p.m. with running events starting at 3:45 p.m.