Boys Varsity Track and Field · Boys Varsity Track finishes 6th place at WIAA State @ UW – La Crosse

  Place Points
Kimberly High School 1st 74
Oak Creek High School 2nd 45
Muskego High School 3rd 33
Arrowhead High School 4th 31
Neenah High School 5th 30
Wauwatosa East High School 6th 28
Homestead High School 7th 26
D C Everest High School 8th 24
Brookfield East High School 9th 22
Fond Du Lac High School 10th 22
Middleton High School 11th 21
Waukesha North High School 12th 20
Stevens Point Area Sr High School 12th 20
Whitefish Bay High School 12th 20
Waunakee High School 15th 20
Hamilton High School 22nd 10
Menomonee Falls High School 29th 7
Rufus King International High School 30th 6
Marquette University High School 35th 5
Wisconsin Lutheran High School 48th 3
Germantown High School 53rd 2

The Tosa East Red Raiders scored 28 points to finish in 6th place at the 2018 WIAA State Track & Field Division 1 Championship Meet.

Lewis Huenink led the team with 11.5 points scored in the 100m dash, 200m dash, and 4x200m relay. Huenink placed 3rd in the 200m dash (new school record 21.61 in the Friday prelims) and 5th in the 100m dash
Cole Tate placed 6th in the high jump with a new PR 6′ 2″
Chase Roberts placed 6th in the 400m dash with a PR 49.70 seconds (new sophomore school record)
The 4x200m relay team of Donavan Hunt, Cyrus Taylor, Scott Henry, Lewis Huenik placed 3rd in a new school record 1:27.88 (Tizell Hagan and Chase Roberts were alternates)
The 4x100m relay team of Matt Kubicek, Donavan Hunt, Jacarri Oldham, Cyrus Taylor placed 4th in 42.57 (Scott Henry and Cole Tate were alternates).
The 4x800m relay team of Max Radcliffe, Ian Tyre, Henry Wellenstein, Max Finco placed 7th in 8:04.21(Matt Doberstein and Jacob Odrzywolski were alternates).

The 4x400m relay team of Max Radcliffe, Adam Schell, Max Finco, Chase Roberts placed 16th in 3:26.71 (Reilly Turk and Jalen Holley were alternates)
Cyrus Taylor placed 15th in the 100m dash, Donavan Hunt placed 14th in the 200m dash, Henry Wellenstein placed 20th in the 3200m run, Jacob Odrzywolski placed 22nd in the 1600m run, Jalen Holley placed 22nd in the 300m hurdles.

We had some of the best performances of the season this weekend and had a lot of athletes place in the top 6 to earn medals and the chance to stand of the podium during awards. The team’s 28 points was just a handful away from a top 3 team finish. The coaches are incredibly proud of everyone that competed this weekend, but we all were a little disappointed to see our team drop from 4th to 6th after the 4×4 relay finals. That hurt as we were one of the top ranked teams in that event, but had to go to an alternate in prelims and only missed the finals by a few seconds.

Overall it was a great meet, an amazing season, and I’m very excited for the future of this program. We are sad to have to say goodbye to the seniors, but wish them all the best as they continue their journey beyond Tosa East and thank them for everything they have contributed to our team.