The rain and cold weather canceled only the girls pole vault Monday when Gibraltar hosted the annual Door County Classic track-and-field meet involving the county’s four mainland high schools.
With team points of both the boys’ and girls’ results combined to determine the winner of the Harris Cup – named after the late Chan Harris, longtime publisher and editor of the Door County Advocate – Southern Door edged out Sturgeon Bay by a single point for first, 191-190. Gibraltar was third with 101 points, and Sevastopol fourth with 37.
In the girls’ results, the Clippers took top team honors with 109 points, followed by the Eagles (71), Vikings (40) and Pioneers (30). Southern Door topped the boys’ standings with 120 points, followed by Sturgeon Bay (81), Gibraltar (61) and Sevastopol (7).
The top individual point total among the girls came from Southern Door junior Brooke Strege with 18. She placed first in the 800-meter, 1,600 and 3,200 runs.
Two Sturgeon Bay girls tied for the second-most individual points at 13.5: Senior Hannah Sternard placed first in the long jump and triple jump and was part of the winning 4 x 400 relay team, and junior Cate Anderson won the 100 and 300 hurdles and was also on the winning 4 x 400 relay team.
Two Eagle boys topped the individual point standings at 18: Freshman Ben Grota won the 800, 1,600 and 3,200 runs, and junior Kaden Borkovetz topped the 110 hurdles and long jump, and placed second in the 200 dash and fourth in the 300 hurdles.
Gibraltar senior Angel Jauregui had the third-highest individual point total for the boys at 14.5 after winning the 400 dash, coming in second in the long jump, placing third in the triple jump and being part of the winning 4 x 200 relay team.
See the complete meet results at athletic.net/TrackAndField/meet/463099/results.