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Track and Field: Both boys and girls take 1st at Sebeka

The Wolverines added up 29 personal records in the event.

Wolverine relay runners Ally Pavek, Britta Sweeney, Johanna Brunsberg and Payton Gravelle line up for their 4x800 race on Thursday, May 5.
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SEBEKA — They called it the Warrior Invite, but the Wolverines walked away champions in both boys and girls for the first time this season on Tuesday, May 3, as United North Central hosted.
The WDC boys and girls combined for 29 personal records for their biggest showing so far.
The boys were led by senior Brady Domier who won the pole vault and the 110 meter hurdles. Bjorn Brunsberg ran another big PR in the mile to take 1st, as did Matt Pugsley in the 400 and Charlie Bushinger in the triple jump. The 4X100 meter relay team of D'Andre Hammond, Tayton Lehmann, Bushinger and Domier won as well. Pugsley also finished 2nd in the 200 and Bushinger was 2nd in the pole vault. The 4X200 relay team of MJ Lunde, Pugsley, Bushinger and Domier were second, as was the 4X400 relay team of Isaac Heppner, Lane Hoefs, Brunsberg and Lunde. Hoefs finished 3rd in the 800, Hammond was third in the long jump and the 4X800 meter relay team of Grant Nelson, Nate Heppner, Hoefs and Brunsberg were 3rd as well. Nelson was 4th in the 3200 meter run, Hoefs was 4th in the high jump and Isaac Heppner jumped 8 feet for a new personal record in the pole vault to finish 4th. Lunde was 5th in the 200, Lehmann was 5th in the 300 hurdles and 6th in the 110 hurdles

The girls were led by Amber Collins who ran a big personal record in the 800 to take first. She ran 2:28.97 in the 800 which puts her in the school record book at No. 8 all time in school history. Isabelle Larson also had a big day picking up three victories for WDC. She won the high jump, pole vault and triple jump.
Maddie Packer, Lydia Oldakowski, Kylee Collins and Layla Sharp took first in the 4X100 relay, Britta Sweeney, Johanna Brunsberg, Ally Pavek and A. Collins won the 4X400 and Payton Gravelle, Sweeney, Brunsberg and Pavek won the 4X800 meter relay. Sharp was second in the 100 meter dash, K. Collins was second in the pole vault and Lauryn Gravelle was second in the discus.
Charli Snyder, Larson, Collins and Oldakowski took home runner-up honors in the 4X200 meter relay. P. Gravelle was third in her first ever 3200 meter run, Packer was third in the long jump and Gracie Arm was third in the shot put. Sweeney was fourth in the 400 meter dash, Lily Adkins was fourth in the 3200 meter run with a 30 second personal record and Sharp was fourth in the long jump. Brunsberg was fourth in the 800, Snyder was fifth in the 100 hurdles, Packer was fifth in the 300 hurdles and Hale was fifth in the shot put. Oldakowski was sixth in the 100 meter dash and Noelle Spicer was sixth in the 3200 meter run.

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