Richland Center junior Abby Rynes claimed the Division 2 girls pole vault title at the 2019 WIAA State Track & Field Meet
Team and individual champions were crowned at the State Track and Field Meet in La Crosse on Friday and Saturday.
In team results, the Kimberly boys team captured a third consecutive title in Division 1, edging out Waukesha North. Freedom won the Division 2 boys championship, finishing just 1.5 points ahead of second place Rice Lake. Aquinas ran away with the Division 3 crown.
On the girls side, Muskego ended up on top of Division 1, narrowly edging out Divine Savior Holy Angels. It was Wisconsin Lutheran who claimed the crown in Division 2. The Aquinas girls squad joined the Blugolds' boys team in winning a Division 3 title.
Racine Horlick won the girls wheelchair team title, with Chippewa Falls capturing the boys crown for a second straight season.
Multiple event individual champions included:
Elijah Johnson, Whitefish Bay, D1 - 100, 200
Drew Bosley, Homestead, D1 - 1600, 3200
Andrew Stone, Fond du Lac, D1 - Shot put, Discus
Evan Schuster, Racine St. Catherine's, D2 - 200, 400
Henry Chapman, East Troy, D2 - 1600, 3200
Lukas Beck, Aquinas, D3 - 100, 200
Adam Rzentkowski, Rosholt, D3 - 800, 1600, 3200
Mason Malm, Loyal, D3 - 110 Hurdles, 300 Hurdles
Amari Brown, Milwaukee King, D1 - 100, 200
Jadin O'Brien, Divine Savior Holy Angels, D1 - 100 Hurdles, 300 Hurdles
Danni Langseth, D.C. Everest, D1 - Shot put, Discus
Leah Kralovetz, Denmark, D2 - 1600, 3200
Mackenzie Heyroth, Lodi, D2 - 100 Hurdles, 300 Hurdles
Jaiah Hopf, Wisconsin Lutheran, D2 - Long jump, Triple jump
Eve Goldstein, Somerset, D2 - Shot put, Discus
Hannah Constable, Johnson Creek, D3 - 400, 800
Kayci Martensen, Benton Co-op, D3 - 1600, 3200
Jessica Brueggeman, Royall, D3 - Long jump, Triple jump