Lavey, Richards turn in record-breaking marks

By 
MITCH MAERSCH
Ozaukee Press staff

Cedar Grove-Belgium’s Stephen Lavey and Ozaukee’s Emma Richards keep breaking school records.

Lavey broke the Rockets’ boys mark in the 3,200-meter race at the Sting Cancer Invitational in Brillion last Friday by winning in 9 minutes, 39.99 seconds. He was 25 seconds ahead of the second-place finisher.

Richards broke her own mark in discus at the Glenn Funk Invitational in Kohler on Friday with a throw of 147 feet.

That helped the Warriors win the girls’ portion of the meet with 139 points. Living Word Lutheran was second with 135.

Richards also took first place in shot put with a throw of 43-8.75. She also holds the school record in that event.

Ozaukee’s other double individual winners included state champion Elise Large, who placed first in the 1,600 run (5:26.24) and 3,200 run (12:00.11).

Delanie McFadden was first in the 100 dash (13.69) and 200 dash (28.32).

In relay races, the Warriors got wins from the 800 team of Ashlee Mueller, Allison Stahl, McFadden and Becca Schauer (1:56.95); the 1,600 team of Mueller, Stahl, Amy Hoffmann and Schauer (4:34.94) and the 3,200 team of Mueller, Jenna Schueller, Hoffmann and Kelly Large (10:43.15).

Caryn Hamm took second in shot put (33-6.75) and third in discus (92-10). Kelley Large was third in the 3,200  run (12:39.95).

In the boys’ meet, Ozaukee  placed fourth with 68 points. Kohler won with 184.

The Warriors’ Gavin Dorrler won the high jump (6 feet), long jump (20-10.75) and 200 dash (24.09).

The 800 relay of Matt Baldwin, Noah Johannes, Tayvius Davis and Dorrler was second (1:42.9). Trent Simpson was third in high jump (5-6).

The Cedar Grove-Belgium boys took sixth at Brillion with 75 points. The hosts won with 167.

Lavey won the 1,600 run — he already owns that school record — in 4:38.14.

A.J. Schaefer took second in the 110 hurdles (18.68), as did the 400 relay of Alex Acevedo, Max Ford, Michael Navis and Isaiah Yinko (47.52). Yinko was third in the 100 dash (12.03)  and high jump (5-4). Ford was third in the long jump (18-4.75).

The girls took seventh with 21 points. Brillion won with 168.

The Rockets’ Grace Voskuil was second in the 1,600 run (6:19.54) and 800 run (2:52.59).

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