Eagles, Vikings, Pioneers compete at LC Invite

The Southern Door, Gibraltar and Sevastopol track-and-field teams were among the six schools competing at Thursday’s Luxemburg-Casco Spartan Invitational, where the host school topped the team standings.

In the girls competition, Luxemburg-Casco tallied 182 points, followed by Two Rivers (160), Oostburg (125), Southern Door (113), Gibraltar (55) and Sevatopol (34).

The Eagles’ Danica Neville won the pole vault (8 feet, three inches). Frankie Nellis placed second in the 200 dash (28.55 seconds) and third in the long jump (15-2). Allianna Dufek was second in the discus (100-3) and third in the shot put (32-3). Mikayla Pieschek was third in the triple jump (30-7). Emma Bousley placed third in the 1600 run (5:58.06).

Southern Door’s other top-three girls finish came from Pieschek, Nellis, Kya Borkovetz and Kailey Guilette placing third in the 4×200 relay (1:59.54).

The Pioneers’ Bea Dramm recorded a pair of top-two finishes by winning the 1600 run (5:48.2) and placing second in the 3200 run (12:55.32).

The Vikings’ McKailey Reisen placed second in the high jump (4-10), while Chloe Alexander, Betsy Lecy, Lilla Szakala and Aria Nordahl finished runner-up in the 4×800 relay (11:31.56).

In the boys competition, Luxemburg-Casco and Two Rivers tied for first at 161, followed by Oostburg (152.5), Southern Door  (131.5), Gibraltar (34) and Sevastopol (16).

The Eagles’ Zack Lynch won the 100 dash (12.04) and placed third in the 200 dash (24.19). Hunter Malvitz placed first in the 110 hurdles (18.41) and second in the 300 hurdles (46.39). Ben Grota was second in the 1600 run (5:05.28) and third in the 3200 run (11:05.69). Cody Nellis finished second in the high jump (5-6). Kaden Bordovtez was third in the triple jump (38-9.25).

Southern Door’s boys recorded a pair of top-three finishes in the relays with Grota, Jack Monfils, Lucas Conard and Brayden Vogel winning the 4×800 relay (9:16.38) and Lynch, Nellis, Lauden Berg and Alaric Urban placing third in the 4×100 relay (46.89).

The Vikings’ Braden Sitte won the high jump (5-8).