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McKenzie Schroepfer, Zach Morris lead Antigo teams at Charger Invite
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With the scattered showers passing through prior to the start of the Wittenberg-Birnamwood Charger Cross Country Invite Tuesday, race conditions were ideal for a high school meet.

The Red Robin's did well today at the Wittenberg invite, coach April Bembenek noted. The weather was perfect which made the hilly course more desirable and giving the runners some nice finishing times.

Antigo even had two runners finish in the top 30 which qualified them to earn a medal for their efforts. Placing 21st in the girls race, McKenzie Schroepfer finished with a time of 22:34.97 while Zach Morris crossed at 19:34.75 for 26th among the boys.

Rosholt took the team medal with 71 points in the girls race. Bonduel followed in second with 102; host Witt-Birn was third with 122; Seymour was fourth with 143; Mosinee fifth with 144; Shawano sixth with 150; Amherst seventh with 160; Rhinelander eighth with 171; Iola-Scandinavia ninth with 190; Clintonville 10th with 258; Laona/Wabeno 11th with 283; Antigo 12th with 287 points; Crandon 13th with 290 and Manawa 14th with 429.

Iola-Scandinavia’s Erika Kisting placed the ladies with a time of 20:09.63 for first place. She was closely followed by Rhinelander’s Alayna Franson at 20:13.58.

Jada Beacom of Iola-Scandinavia crossed in third place at 20:43.89; Lydia Beyer of Shawano was fourth at 20:4404; Kara Troxel of Bonduel placed fifth with a time of 20:5.38; Jordan Zdroik and Jenna Trzbiatowski, both from Rosholt crossed in sixth and seventh place with times of 21:37.46 and 21:38.37 respectively.

Rounding our the remaining top 10 were Ashlyn Schnell of Bonduel in eighth place at 21:53.69; Logan Krogwold of Rosholt in ninth at 21:59.41; and Laura Spaude of Seymour in 10th at 22:06.80.

Behind Antigo’s Schroepfer lead were Jami Nonnenmacher, 57th at 25:06.79; Jena Nonnenmacher, 59th at 25:15.92; Evie Leveque, 75th at 26:18.04; and Ella Kohler in 97th at 27:37.87.

Robin Lads

Rosholt swept the team spot in the boys division with 29 total points, posting four runners in the top 10 positions.

Shawano placed second as a team with 99 points, Bonduel was third with 118, Seymour fourth with 128, Mosinee fifth with 131, Amherst sixth with 131, Rhinelander seventh with 177, Antigo eighth with 210 points, Witt-Birn ninth with 212, Iola-Scandinavia 10th with 278, Menominee Indian 11th with 294, Crandon 12th with 314, Goodman-Pembine 13th with 382 and Laona-Wabeno 13th with 393.

Taking first, second, sixth, and ninth, Rosholt’s white and blue uniforms were the most dominant. Adam Rzentkowski paced the course at 16:48.63, Dausen Anderson followed in second at 17:39.03, Jonah Guzman, sixth at 18:21.95, and Damian Dulak, ninth at 18:30.47.

Rounding out the remaining top 10 were, Joe Makovec of Iola-Scandinavia in third place with a time of 17:58.87; Riley Volkman of Seymour in fourth at 18:08.23; Grayson Barrett of Mosinee in fifth at 18:17.04; Jared Wondra of Bonduel in seventh at 18:25.32; Eric Kordus of Mosinee in eighth at 18:29.53; and Adam Wise of Amherst in 10th at 18:36.73.

In 33rd place overall for the Robins was Logan Edwards with a time of 19:49.83; Noah Orgeman was 49th at 20:23.44; Deiontae Barner in 53rd at 20:30.31; Brett Farmer in 63rd at 21:08.73; Cody Urban in 68th at 21:23.84; Nick Marshall in 72nd at 21:30.40; Grant Meeks in 90th at 22:51.67; and Kaleb Lenzner in 132nd at 25:30.89.

Overall there were many improvements in time from the last meet to today, Bembenek added.

Antigo will be back on the course Saturday at the Shawano Invite. Always a huge meet, racing begins at 9 a.m.
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McKenzie Schroepfer, Zach Morris lead Antigo teams at Charger Invite
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With the scattered showers passing through prior to the start of the Wittenberg-Birnamwood Charger Cross Country Invite Tuesday, race conditions were ideal for a high school meet.

The Red Robin's did well today at the Wittenberg invite, coach April Bembenek noted. The weather was perfect which made the hilly course more desirable and giving the runners some nice finishing times.

Antigo even had two runners finish in the top 30 which qualified them to earn a medal for their efforts. Placing 21st in the girls race, McKenzie Schroepfer finished with a time of 22:34.97 while Zach Morris crossed at 19:34.75 for 26th among the boys.

Rosholt took the team medal with 71 points in the girls race. Bonduel followed in second with 102; host Witt-Birn was third with 122; Seymour was fourth with 143; Mosinee fifth with 144; Shawano sixth with 150; Amherst seventh with 160; Rhinelander eighth with 171; Iola-Scandinavia ninth with 190; Clintonville 10th with 258; Laona/Wabeno 11th with 283; Antigo 12th with 287 points; Crandon 13th with 290 and Manawa 14th with 429.

Iola-Scandinavia’s Erika Kisting placed the ladies with a time of 20:09.63 for first place. She was closely followed by Rhinelander’s Alayna Franson at 20:13.58.

Jada Beacom of Iola-Scandinavia crossed in third place at 20:43.89; Lydia Beyer of Shawano was fourth at 20:4404; Kara Troxel of Bonduel placed fifth with a time of 20:5.38; Jordan Zdroik and Jenna Trzbiatowski, both from Rosholt crossed in sixth and seventh place with times of 21:37.46 and 21:38.37 respectively.

Rounding our the remaining top 10 were Ashlyn Schnell of Bonduel in eighth place at 21:53.69; Logan Krogwold of Rosholt in ninth at 21:59.41; and Laura Spaude of Seymour in 10th at 22:06.80.

Behind Antigo’s Schroepfer lead were Jami Nonnenmacher, 57th at 25:06.79; Jena Nonnenmacher, 59th at 25:15.92; Evie Leveque, 75th at 26:18.04; and Ella Kohler in 97th at 27:37.87.

Robin Lads

Rosholt swept the team spot in the boys division with 29 total points, posting four runners in the top 10 positions.

Shawano placed second as a team with 99 points, Bonduel was third with 118, Seymour fourth with 128, Mosinee fifth with 131, Amherst sixth with 131, Rhinelander seventh with 177, Antigo eighth with 210 points, Witt-Birn ninth with 212, Iola-Scandinavia 10th with 278, Menominee Indian 11th with 294, Crandon 12th with 314, Goodman-Pembine 13th with 382 and Laona-Wabeno 13th with 393.

Taking first, second, sixth, and ninth, Rosholt’s white and blue uniforms were the most dominant. Adam Rzentkowski paced the course at 16:48.63, Dausen Anderson followed in second at 17:39.03, Jonah Guzman, sixth at 18:21.95, and Damian Dulak, ninth at 18:30.47.

Rounding out the remaining top 10 were, Joe Makovec of Iola-Scandinavia in third place with a time of 17:58.87; Riley Volkman of Seymour in fourth at 18:08.23; Grayson Barrett of Mosinee in fifth at 18:17.04; Jared Wondra of Bonduel in seventh at 18:25.32; Eric Kordus of Mosinee in eighth at 18:29.53; and Adam Wise of Amherst in 10th at 18:36.73.

In 33rd place overall for the Robins was Logan Edwards with a time of 19:49.83; Noah Orgeman was 49th at 20:23.44; Deiontae Barner in 53rd at 20:30.31; Brett Farmer in 63rd at 21:08.73; Cody Urban in 68th at 21:23.84; Nick Marshall in 72nd at 21:30.40; Grant Meeks in 90th at 22:51.67; and Kaleb Lenzner in 132nd at 25:30.89.

Overall there were many improvements in time from the last meet to today, Bembenek added.

Antigo will be back on the course Saturday at the Shawano Invite. Always a huge meet, racing begins at 9 a.m.
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