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Written by Peter Nocerini   
Tuesday, June 11, 2013 2:45 PM

West Iron’s Carli Johnson hits the finish line, winning first place in the Division 2 200-meter dash during the U.P. Finals track meet June 1 at Kingsford.
NORWAY—Iron County’s high school track teams dominated the results sheet during the Norway JV Invitational, held here on May 28.
West Iron County won the team championship with 157 points, and Forest Park was right behind them with 128 points to claim second place. Stephenson was third with 66.
One thing seems clear: the Wykon and Trojan girls track teams will continue to be among the best for the next several years.
The Wykons won eight events, including three of the relays (the 3200, 800 and 1600). Finishing first in individual events were Carli Johnson in the 200; Ally Jo Polich in 100 high hurdles; Victoria Hoogenboom in the 1600; Elizabeth Pellizzer in the 400; and Keeley Nolingberg in shot put.
West Iron girls results:
Track: 100 high hurdles: 1. Ally Jo Polich, 18.05; 2. Alexis Golfis, 18.55. 100: 2. Carli Johnson, 13.93. 1600: 1. Victoria Hoogenboom, 5:44.72. 400: 1. Elizabeth Pellizzer, 1:08.83; 4. Caitlyn Piwarski. 300 low hurdles: 2. Golfis, 53.52; 3. Polich, 55.43. 800: 3. Mariah Marcell, 2:57.00; 6. Kristyna Foster. 200: 1. Johnson, 28.93. 3200: 3. Jessica Prudhomme.
Relay: 3200 relay: 1. WIC (Melissa Koski, Jamie Ridolphi, Piwarski, Marcell), 12:00.29. 800 relay: 1. WIC (Golfis, Konnor Tousignant, Pellizzer, Johnson), 2:01.98. 400 relay: 2. WIC (Tousignant, Koski, Pellizzer, Johnson), 58.75. 1600 relay: 1. WIC (Marcell, Piwarski, Polich, Pellizzer), 4:45.79.
Field: Long jump: 2. Golfis, 14-6; 3. Polich, 14-5. 6. Trinity Allen. Shot put: 1. Keeley Nolingberg, 27-0.5; 3. Emika Anderson, 24-11; 6. Bailey Rullcoski.
Forest Park’s girls won four events along with the 400-meter relay. Taking first were Maria Stankewicz in the 100, Katie McCole in the 300 low hurdles, Amanda Bustillos in the 800; and Melina Doering in long jump.
Forest Park girls results:
Track: 100 high hurdles: 3. Katie McCole, 19.92. 100: 1. Maria Stankewicz, 13.59; 5. Caitlin Dorton; 6. Sierra Sholander. 1600: 2. Amanda Bustillos, 6:04.37; 6. Adel Isaacson. 400: 2. Libby Shamion, 1:08.92; 4. Kelsi Hendrickson, 1:12.92; 6. Hannah Bortolini. 300 low hurdles: 1. Katie McCole, 53.34. 800: 1. Bustillos, 2:43.79; 4. Casey Ponchaud. 200: 3. Joslyn Thorsen, 30.52; 4. Dorton.
Relays: 400 relay: 1. FP (Stankewicz, Shamion, McCole, Dorton), 55.48. 1600 relay: 2. FP (Stankewicz, Sholander, Melina Doering, Shamion), 4:46.60.
Field: High jump: 3. Stankewicz, 4-4; 4. Doering. Long jump: 1. Doering, 14-11. Discus: 4. Catherine Bloomburg; 5. Leandre Frie; 6. Isaacson. Shot put: 4. Hendrickson; 5. Doering.
The results from the boys competition weren’t as impressive. Forest Park’s boys finished in third place with 78 points, following Stephenson (187) and North Central (136).
The Trojans won three field events: Jake DeNell in high jump, Billy Ragio in long jump and Lee Graff in shot put. The Trojans’ 800 and 400 relay teams also finished first. Team results:
Track: 100: 4. Connor Dalpra. 1600: 5. Colton Mihelich. 400: 3. Billy Ragio, 58.00. 800: 4. Mihelich. 200: 4. Jake DeNell; 5. Dalpra. 3200: 3. Alex Bortolini, 12:30.55.
Relays: 800 relay: 1. FP (Dalpra, Lee Graff, Ragio, DeNell), 1:42.30. 400 relay: 1. FP (Dalpra, Graff, Ragio, DeNell), 48.34.
Field: High jump: 1. DeNell, 4-10. Long jump: 1. Ragio, 18-5. Shot put: 1. Graff, 37-4.
West Iron only earned five team points, all by Michael Barker:
Track: 1600: 6. Michael Barker. 400: 5. Barker. 800: 5. Barker.

 

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