Usual suspects highlight track regional

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Josh Flickinger/Beloit Daily News Turner's Steve Dillard advanced in three different events in Monday night's Division 2 regional at Turner.

BELOIT - The WIAA Division 2 Beloit Turner regional went pretty much to form Monday evening.

Brodhead-Juda's Rhianna Teubert dominated the hurdles. Clinton freshman Sylvia "SylJo" Johansen blew away the competition in the sprints, and Brodhead-Juda's Madelynn McIntyre pulled away in the distance races.

On the boys side, it was senior Turner JoVontae Coleman closing out his home career with a new state mark in the triple jump, and Brodhead-Juda's Jeffrey Williams moving on in the sprints.

Had there been a regional meet MVP, the honors would've likely gone to Tebuert. The senior won both the 100-meter and 300-meter hurdles, finished second in the pole vault and contributing to the Cardinals' third-place 4x400 relay.

Teubert, who put up a 9-6 vault, said that event isn't something she's able to put much work into.

"I've really focused a lot on the hurdles," Teubert said. "Whenever I vault, it really hurts my quad, so I don't even work on it in practice. The only time I do pole vault is in meets, but I was happy with how things went tonight."

Tebuert's 16.39 time in the 100 hurdles was more than a second ahead of East Troy's Sami Mudlaff, while her 300 time of 49.15 barely edged out Clinton's Hannah Welte, who set a 'PR' in the event.

Brodhead-Juda finished second to East Troy in the girls standings, with Turner fourth and Clinton fifth.

McIntyre cruised in the 1600, her time of 4:30 nearly eight seconds faster than the field, while she renewed her rivalry with Clinton's Charlotte Mueller, finishing first with a 11:58 while Mueller ran a 12:15 to easily qualify for Thursday's sectional meet at East Troy.

"The main goal was to advance, but I also wanted to break 12 minutes in the 3200," McIntyre said. "I'm just excited and ready to go for Thursday. There's going to be some great competition on Thursday, because I know it'll be really tough, but it'll be fun to see how I do. All of the adrenaline and competition helps a lot."

Johansen continues to cruise on her way to what appears to be a record-setting career at Clinton.

She ran a 12.47 in the 100, good enough to win by nearly a second, and her 26.3 in the 200 was more than two seconds faster than the field.

"I felt really good tonight," Johansen said. "This is almost like a conference meet, because almost all of these teams are in our conference, so I was just trying to get in the top four and move on. The fact that I won was nice, but I know that I still have to work really hard, because there are girls at the next level that will really push me."

Johansen also anchored Clinton's second-place 4x100 relay team, while the Cougars' 4x400 foursome took second as well.

Turner's A'Blesin Wilson won the triple jump with a 33-1 and qualified in the long jump with a 15-8. Teammate Presley Hasse won the high jump (4-10), while Turner's 4x200 relay team took home first with a 1:48.69.

Coleman's triple jump of 46-7 is the best in the state this year, and also busted his own school record. But Turner coach Andy Coldren has his sights set higher for Coleman.

"He jumped 47-7 in practice," Coldren said. "But that's practice. It's about doing it at the right time. I was kidding him the other day, because Shelvin Garrett at Beloit Memorial has the longest jump in Division 1. I said 'How can you talk about winning state when you can't win the city?'

Ty'Shone Lomax won the high jump with a PR of 6-0, while Brodhead-Juda's Williams won the 100 with an 11.24 and was on the Cardinals' third-place 4x400 relay team.

Turner's Steve Dillard advanced by finishing second in the 300-hurdles, third in the 110-hurdles and fourth in the long jump.

Emiliano Reyes continued his outstanding throwing season for the Trojans, winning the shot put with a 47-5 and placing second in the discus with a 136-4.

MONDAY'S RESULTS

BOYS TEAM SCORES: Whitewater 116, Edgerton 112, Beloit Turner 111, East Troy 97, Brodhead/Juda 89, Evansville 66, Clinton 38, Delavan-Darien 37, Big Foot/Williams Bay 19

INDIVIDUAL AND RELAY RESULTS(Top four qualify for East Troy Sectional)100-Jeff Williams (B/J) 11.24; 2. Jared Clapper (Wh) 11.36; 3. Jo'Vontae Coleman (BT) 11.48; 4. Micah Boyd (Edg) 11.53; 200-1. Devin Jorgenson (Edg) 23.8; 2. Lucas Norland (Edg) 24.2; 3. Cody Gamble (Wh) 24.4; 4. Cesar Salgado (B/J) 24.7; 400-1. Jackson Stencil (Ev) 53.69; 2. Lucas Norlan (Edg) 55.4; 3. Jacob Staffon (B/J0 55.6; 4. Basil Demco (BF/WB) 56.38; 800-1. Henry Chapman (ET) 2:01.9; 2. Trevor Wilkinson (Edg) 2:04.6; 3. Trenten Zahn (Wh) 2:06.2; 4. Austin DePuydt (ET) 2:05.6; 1600-1. Nate Fox (ET) 4:52.83; 2. Eli Gomez-Rodriguez (DD) 4:55.43; 3. Cooper Moran (BT) 11.49; 4. Micah Boyd (Edg) 11.53; 3200-1. Riley Siltman (Ev) 10:11.6; 2. Nate Fox (ET) 10:15.8; 3. Ryan Hazzard (Edg) 10:21.7; 4. Henry Chapman (ET) 10:29.4

110 high hurdles-1. Tony Beighley (Edg) 15.56; 2. Hunter Cliffgard (ET) 15.57; 3. Stephen Dillard (BT) 16.67; 4. Nicholas Spang (Edg) 17.45; 300 intermediate hurdles-1. Hunter Cliffgard (ET) 41.85; 2. Stephen Dillard (BT) 45.22; 3. Nicholas Spang (Edg) 45.77; 4. Brody O'Connor (Ev) 45.87

400 relay-1. Clinton 44.66; 2. Whitewater 44.74; 3. Brodhead/Juda 44.86; 4. Edgerton 45.26; 800 relay-1. Whitewater 1:32.07; 2. Clinton 1:34.25; 3. Turner 1:37.77; 4. Brodhead/Juda 1:40.91; 1600 relay-1. Clinton 3:31.4; 2. Evansville 3:39.9; 3. East Troy 3:41.9; 4. Brodhead/Juda 3:44.8; 3200 relay-1. Whitewater 8:36.89; 2. Evansville 9:01.32; 3. Turner 9:16.81; 4. Brodhead/Juda 9:22.67; Shot put-1. Emiliano Reyes (BT) 47-5; 2. Clint Bergma (Ev) 43-11; 3. Stephen Tolbert (DD0 43-6; 4. Arturo Franco (Wh) 43-3; Discus-1. Stephen Tolbert (DD) 141-5; 2. Emiliano Reyes (BT) 136-4; 3. Zach Loffelholz (B/J) 135-2; 4. Jake Dessart (ET) 137-1

High jump-1. Ty'Shone Lomax (BT) 6-0; 2. Josef Gmur (Wh) 5-9; 3. Josiah Engen (B/J) 5-9; 4. Micah Boyd (Edg) 5-9; Long jump-1. Tony Beighley (Edg) 21-3; 2. Willem Leibbrand (Wh) 20-6; 3. Mile McCarthy (ET) 20-2; 4. Sashi Popke (Wh) 19-5; Triple jump-1. Jo'Vontae Coleman (BT) 46-7; Royce Brauer (B/J) 40-11.5; 3. Camden Combs (BT) 40-9; 4. Stephen Dillard (BT) 39-7; Pole vault-1. Sashi Popke (Wh) 13-6; 2. Caleb Ellefson (Cl) 12-0; 3. Ethan Krause (Edg) 11-9; 4. Jack Neupert (BT) 11-9

GIRLS TEAM SCORES: East Troy 145, Brodhead/Juda 123.5, Beloit Turner 84.5, Clinton 76, Whitewater 73, Big Foot/Williams Bay 70, Edgerton 64, Evansville 32, Delavan-Darien 16

100-1. Sylvia Johansen (Cl) 12.47; 2. Jayla Chancy (BT) 13.24; 3. Jada Burkhalter (B/J) 13.35; 4. Candice Koehl (Cl) 13.58; 200-1. Sylvia Johansen (Cl) 26.3; 2. Claire Beyers (BF/WB) 28.6; 3. Olive Coburn (Wh) 29.1; 4. Annie Rowe (BF/WB) 29.2; 400-1. Rachel Bottum (ET) 57.7; 2. Nicole Kamholz (B/J) 1:03.36; 3. Kaitlin Severson (Edg) 1:03.59; 4. Ruby Schieldt (Edg) 1:03.78; 800-1. Rachel Bottum (ET) 2:20.19; 2. Morgan Bartlett (ET) 2:25.28; 3. Ella Rondeau (ET) 2:26.5; 4. Ruby Schieldt (Edg) 2:26.69; 1600-1. Madelynn McIntyre (B/J) 5:30.59; 2. McKenzie Fillner (Ev) 5:38.47; 3. Maddie Desing (ET) 5:47.08; 4. Jolie Moran (BT) 5:54.18; 3200-1. Madelynn McIntyre (B/J) 11:58.9; 2. Charlotte Mueller (Cl) 12:)5.8; 3. Sydney Hazzard (Ev) 12:32.8; 4. MacKenzie Lindow (ET) 12:44.3

100 hurdles-1. Rhianna Teubert (B/J) 16.39; 2. Sami Mudlaff (ET) 17.83; 3. Kaci Enz (BF/WB) 17.85; 4. Madison Zych (Edg) 18:04; 300 low hurdles-1. Rhianna Teubert (B/J) 49.15; 2. Hannah Welte (Cl) 49.94; 3. Emma Scurek (ET) 51.52; 4. Alexis Olson (ET) 51.62

400 relay-1. Whitewater 51.4; 2. Clinton 51.49; 3. Turner 52.01; 4. Brodhead/Juda 55.04; 800 relay-1. Turner 1:48.69; 2. Whitewater 1:49.51; 3. East Troy 1:52.9; 4. Big Foot/Williams Bay 1:55.99; 1600 relay-1. East Troy 4:14.5; 2. Clinton 4:23.0; 3. Brodhead/Juda 4:26.7; 4. Edgerton 4:27.3; 3200 relay-1. East Troy 10:18.68; 2. Evansville 10:57.36; 3. Turner 11:10.55; 4. Brodhead/Juda 11:12.7

Shot put-1. Abby Grosinske (Wh) 36-1; 2. Lexi Oliver (B/J) 32-2; 3. Morgan Demrow (Edg) 32-1; 4. Kalyn Lawrence (B/J) 30-9; Discus-1. Haley Shepherd (ET) 100-6; 2. Sydney Lueck (BF/WB) 98-11; 3. Morgan Demrow (Edg) 92-10; 4. Natalie Hahn (Cl) 87-4

High jump-1. Presley Hasse (BT) 4-10; 2. Caroline Flesch (DD) 4-9; 3. Olivia Fitch (ET) 4-8; 4. Abby Mauerman (B/J) 4-6; Long jump-1. Claire Beyers (BF/WB) 16-4; 2. Kacie Carollo (Wh) 16-2; 3. A'Blesin Wilson (BT) 15-8; 4. Ellie Yates (B/J) 14-11' Triple jump-1. A'Blesin Wilson (BT) 33-1; 2. Taylor Schmitt (ET) 32-5; 3. Viola Larson (BF/WB) 32-4; 4. Olivia Brittan (Edg) 31-9; Pole vault-1. Sydney Treder (Wh) 9-6; 2. Rhianna Teubert (B/J) 9-6; 3. Amanda Tovar (Wh) and Abigail Krause (Edg) 8-0

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