HIGH SCHOOL CROSS-COUNTRY

Beyer, Chelberg pace Shawano at invite
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Leader Staff

Shawano opened the fall season by competing in the Terror Invitational at Winagamie Golf Course in Appleton on Friday.

Lydia Beyer placed 19th overall to help the girls team come in seventh while Ethan Chelberg finished 17th to lead the boys to eighth place.

Beyer finished the course in a time of 21 minutes, 21.95 seconds. Alice Hoffman (21:30.95) came in 21st while Dayna Besaw (22:43.36) took 41st. Claire Guenther (23:05.84) and Carrie Young (23:26.44) rounded out the varsity team.

Chelberg completed the race in 18:00.34. Johnny Dillenburg (18:37.18) placed 30th while Karsten Anderson (18:45.45) came in 39th. Joseph Mente (19:22.76) and Demetrius Kaquatosh (19:35.60) rounded out the team score while Elijah Etten (20:50.96) also competed at the invite.

“It was a good meet to get started with. Probably the most difficult course of the year and many positive things were shown to make us look forward to the season,” Shawano coach Steve Stomberg said. “We are getting the experience and confidence to be a strong competitor in the Bay Conference this year for both the boys and girls teams. Many athletes have put a great amount of time in over the summer and it will prove to be valuable as the season goes on.”

Boys team standings (top 10): 1. Appleton North 47; 2. Kimberly 66; 3. New London 119; 4. Appleton East 120; 5. Kaukauna 174; 6. Oshkosh West 182; 7. Little Chute 200; 8. Shawano 205; 9. Ashwaubenon 231; 10. Sheboygan North 274.

Girls team standings (top 10): 1. Madison Memorial 98; 2. Appleton North 121; 3. Kimberly 136; 4. Ashwaubenon 146; 5. Little Chute 150; 6. Oregon 161; 7. Shawano 194; 8. Xavier 196; 9. Appleton West 209; 10. Appleton East 239.

Wilsons lead Clintonville in invite

Jessie Wilson and Jasmine Wilson each turned in top-five performances to lead Clintonville at the Standing Rocks Invite in Stevens Point on Thursday.

Jessie Wilson took fourth overall with a time of 17:57.3 to help the boys team take second behind Brillion. Austin Tosdale (18:28.9) placed eighth while Cameron Mauel (19:12.9) came in 11th. Klay Barkow (20:16.1) finished 14th while Cody Carrico (20:29) took 15th.

The Clintonville girls took fifth, with Jasmine Wilson (22:55.9) taking fifth overall to lead the charge. Kayla Klemp (24:48.6) finished 16th while Allison Smejkal (27:22.7) and Katie Lamberies (27:33.8) took 27th and 28th, respectively. Esther Kahlan (28:51.7) placed 34th to cap the team’s varsity score.

Marion had five total runners compete at the invite. Justin Wuske (21:11.1) placed 19th to lead the boys while Reed Wiesman (23:07.7) and Isaiah Gueths (24:10.8) took 28th and 31st, respectively. Ashley Fischer (33:53.4) and Hannah Krueger (33:59.4) each took part in the girls race.

Boys team standings: 1. Brillion 27; 2. Clintonville 43; 3. Weyauwega-Fremont 75; 4. Iola-Scandinavia 115; 5. Amherst 120; 6. Manawa 154.

Girls team standings: 1. Amherst 45; 2. Weyauwega-Fremont 46; 3. Brillion 95; 4. Iola-Scandinavia 102; 5. Clintonville 105; 6. Three Lakes 126.