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Weather disrupts Cougar Relays

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April 25, 2008
— A water-logged Monterey Stadium track and the constant threat of lightning put an early end to Friday night’s 61st Cougar Relays.

Although 10 events were completed, no final team scores were kept.


Meet director Richard Lambrecht called the meet off at 7 p.m. due to excess water on the track and lightning in the area. Under WIAA rules, no athletic event may begin or continue without waiting at least a half hour after lightning was seen in the area.


Janesville Parker High won two of the six boys events that were completed. Parker’s shot put team of D’Merius Holbrook, Harold Lloyd and Calvin Nauer won with a combined distance of 135 feet, 4 inches. Janesville Craig High senior Greg Pedersen had the best individual throw with a mark of 50-7.


The Vikings’ 800 sprint medley team of Cody St. Michael, LaVell Hewlett, Ryan Shelton and Enio Perez won the race with a time of 1:37.31.


In girls competition, Parker’s 300 shuttle hurdle team ran to victory in 52.17. Shelby Demos, Cassie Niles and Amanda Belden ran of the winning team.



Cougar Relays


At Monterey Stadium


BOYS


RELAY RESULTS


800 sprint medley—1. Janesville Parker (Cody St. Michael, LaVell Hewlett, Ryan Shelton, Enio Filha-Perez), 1:37.31; 2. Middleton, 1:37.96; 3. Milton, 1:38.19; 4. Madison La Follette, 1:39.05; 5. Janesville Craig, 1:43.62; 6. Beloit Memorial, 1:46.12.


Sprint medley (frosh/soph)—1. La Follette, 3:52.85; 2. Parker, 3:59.92; 3. Waterford, 4:00.35; 4. Middleton, 4:01.58; 5. Craig, 4:07.39; 6. Memorial, 4:19.26.


330 shuttle hurdle—1. Waterford, 50.54; 2. Parker, 52.96; 3. Milton, 55.25; 4. Craig, 56.8; 5. Middleton, 1:06.53.


3,200—1. La Follette, 6 points; 2. Waterford, 25; 3. Milton, 30; Craig, 32; 5. Middleton, 37; 6. Parker, 43.


Long jump—1. La Follette, 59-2; 2. Waterford, 58-11; 3. Parker, 57-7; 4. Craig, 56-3; 5. Milton, 52-10; 6. Middleton, 52-2. Best individual effort—Jake Special (Waterford), 20-8.


Shot put—1. Parker (Harold Lloyd, D’Merius Holbrook, Calvin Nauer), 135-4; 2. Craig, 130-10; 3. Milton, 129-10; 4. Waterford, 116-6; 5. Middleton, 115-1; 6. La Follette, 112-11. Best individual effort—Greg Pedersen (Craig), 50-7.


GIRLS


RELAY RESULTS


800 sprint medley—1. Beloit, 1:55.85; 2. Craig, 1:56.08; 3. La Follette, 1:56.87; 4. Hartford, 1:57.35; 5. Middleton, 1:59.14; 6. Waterford, 1:59.28.


Sprint medley (Frosh/soph)—1. Waterford, 4:34.10; 2. Parker, 4:39.89; 3. Beloit, 4:47.98; 4. Craig, 4:51.03; 5. Middleton, 4:51.37; 6. La Follette, 4:59.19.


300 shuttle hurdle—1. Parker (Casey Demos, Cassie Niles, A. Belden), 52.17; 2. Middleton, 53.88; 3. Waterford, 54.32; 4. South Milwaukee, 55.69; 5. La Follette, 55.92; 6. Beloit, 59.21.


3,200—1. Middleton, 9 points; 2. Waterford, 13 points; 3. La Follette, 28 points; 4. Parker, 39 points; 5. South Milwaukee, 43 points.


Triple jump—1. La Follette, 96-9; 2. Waterford, 95-3; 3. Parker, 94-6; 4. Middleton, 94-0; 5. Beloit, 92-2; 6. Craig, 90-11. Best individual effort—Kristen Schold (South Milwaukee), 34-6.


Three area track meets cancelled


The Lake Geneva Badger, East Troy and Fort Atkinson track and field invitationals were cancelled on Friday because of bad weather.




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