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Lakeland hosts 16th annual T-Bird InvitationalSubmitted: 04/05/2014
Story By Marisa Silvas


MINOCQUA - Thank goodness for indoor gyms. There's still plenty of snow on the ground but track and field stars had the chance to show off today at the 16th annual T-Bird Invite.

Seven schools competed at the Lakeland Fieldhouse.

For the ladies, in the 600 meter run, Lakeland's Lauren Schilling took the top spot with a time of 1 minute 52 seconds.

In the 200 meter hurdles, Morgan Wirkus from Marathon came across first and Emily Kopecky of Phillips took second place overall.

For the 1,000 meter run Nicole Gilman from Lakeland finished first. Nicole was nearly 30 seconds faster than the rest of the field.

For the guys in the 1,000 meter, Chequamegon's Jordan Koski made a pass on the final lap and took the win just beating out Steven Studinski of Marathon.

For the 600 meter run. Keegan Bergman from Marathon was the winner with a time of 1 minute 36 seconds.

And in boys pole vault Chequamegon's Hunter Pritzl set a new personal best clearing 12 feet 6 inches. His previous high was 11 feet. Hunter took second place.

The top spot went to Marathon's Devan Gertschen. His best jump was 13 feet 6 inches.

In team scores, for the boys, Marathon finished first followed by Lakeland and Chequamegon.

And for the girls, Chequamegon was number one, Lakeland second and Marathon third.




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