Aaron Boston and Nolan Rudd of Greendale both claimed championships in the season-opening New Berlin West track and field meet on March 16.

Boston won the 55-meter dash in 6.85 seconds, and Rudd captured the 1,600 run with 5 minutes, 12.74 seconds.

Taking third for the Panthers were Ray Rosalez in the 55 dash (6.96) and Job Roloff in the 1,600 run (5:18.09), as well as the 4x160 relay team (1:23.86). Team names were not available.

Sam Lister took fourth in the 55 dash (7.0), giving Greendale three of the top four places in that event. Jacob Thomae captured seventh in the 800 run (2:32.24).

Cassidy Sanchez finished second for the girls team in the 200 dash (32.18) and seventh in the shot put (25 feet, 9 inches).

Alyssa Dobbs came in fourth in the 1,600 run (7:01.55), and the 4x160 relay team was fifth (1:47.45). Natalie Norton took seventh in the 800 run (3:02.25).


The Whitnall teams opened their season at the Performance Running Outfitters Invitational on March 19 at the University of Wisconsin-Parkside.

The boys took 12th place with 12 points. JT Reed came in third in the 55 dash (6.71 seconds) and fifth in the 200 dash (24.15) and Jovan Radisavcevic seventh in the shot put (44-63/4).

Taking ninth were Matt Garman in the 400 dash (58.54) and Nathan Dellevar in the pole vault (10-0), and coming in 10th were Charles Riegg in the high jump (5-4) and Reid Miller in the pole vault (10-0).

The girls team tallied 21 points for 13th place. Jasmine Bickerstaff led the way with second place in the 55 hurdles (9.38). Taya Fleischman was fourth in the shot put (31-81/2), Alex Radant fifth in the pole vault (8-6), Nicole Fox sixth in the pole vault (8-0) and Bridget Finn eighth in the 400 dash (1:07.25).