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July 4, 2021 Wisconsin Track Online's Last Lap
Athletes Continue to Impress
As Wisconsin Track Online winds down twenty-eight years of compiling highlights of girls high school track and field meets a few memories above accent all the incredible performances made by Wisconsin athletes that have made such valuable contributions to the history of track and field in Wisconsin. D1 100m and 200m 2021 Champion Jetta Mays from Wauwatosa East traveled to Eugene, Oregon to compete in the Nike Outdoor Nationals where she established new PR's in her specialties. At the same meet the D1 Champion 4x8 Onalaska from the 2021 WIAA State Meet ran in the 4x 1 mile relay where they finished third. The teams ahead of them established records. The Onalaska quartet also established a new 'Odd Relay' record in the 4x1600 event. On June 24th Roisin Willis a junior from Stevens Point Area Senior High School finished 14th out of 42 runners in the Olympic Trials in Eugene, Oregon to qualify for the 800m run Semi-Finals. Earlier in the Spring on May 24th Willis set an All-Time Best iin the 800m run. A week later on July 2 at the Brooks PR Meet in Seattle,Washington Willis posted a 52.64 to set a new All-Time Best Top 50 mark in the 400m dash. Gatorade has named Roisin Willis the 2021 Wisconsin Girls Track And Field Player of the Year. In the future Wisconsin Track Online will scale back quite a bit. With Paul Tillemans help we will still try to keep a current list of Top 50 Athletes.


June 27, Olympic Trials From Eugene, Oregon
The Journey From Amery To Tokyo
In 2016 at the WIAA State Meet at UW- La Crosse a senior from Amery won the 3200m running event. She then went on to establish a litany of achievements as a UW-Wisconsin cross country and track runner. In the last week of June she again made history by qualifying for the Tokyo Olympics in the 10,000 meter run. Photographs by John Reed and Kevin Morris give an idea of what Alicia Monson from Amery has accomplished. The College Corner / Looking Back section of Wisconsin Track Online lists many of the athletes who have made the 1994 -2021 run of Wisconsin Track Online such a rewarding experience. Go to the Looking Back Feature.

March 2, 2020, Marathon Trials In Atlanta, Georgia
Former D3 Champion To Run In Tokyo
Former D3 University Lake School runner Molly Seidel [Class of 2012] who won the 1600m and 3200m events from 2009 to 2012 at the WIAA State Meet qualified for the USA Team in the marathon. Seidel who excelled at the University of Notre Dame in cross country and track qualified for the Olympics in her debut race in the marathon event. Those trials were held in March of 2020 in Atlanta, Georgia. Also in the Looking Back Feature two former Wisconsin high school throwers who competed in the Olympic Trials are highlighted: Josie Schaefer and Samantha Noennig. Go to the Looking Back Feature. Link to the USATF Olympic Team.

June 24-26,2021 WIAA State Meet Dash Events At UW-La Crosse
Sheplee Breaks 1985 400m Record
Rice Lake's Eliana Sheplee posted a 55.37 to set a new D2 400m record. Delea Martins of Shorewood won the other 2 D2 dash events. In D1 Jetta Mays from Wauwatosa East won the 100 and 200 while Brooklyn Sandvig from Chippewa Falls in a close finish won the 400m dash event. In D3 Deerfield's Steffi Siewart [100], repeat Champion from 2019 Delaney McFadden [Ozaukee, 200] and Fennimore's Brynlee Nelson [400] won Gold Medals. Note- In the Dash promo image above the athlete pictured is Dezerea Bryant. Bryant ran in the finals of the 200m Olympic Qualifying Trials at Eugene but just missed qualifying for the Olympic team. Go to the 2021 WIAA State Meet Dash Feature.

June 24-26, 2021 WIAA State Meet Hurdle Events At UW-L
Ellyse Wolfrath Sets HH Record
Fox Valley Lutheran's Ellyse Wolfrath raced to a new D2 record in the 100m HH. Sam Bartels helped Freedom win the D2 team title with a win in the 300om LH. In D1 Kettle Moraine's Ellie Johnson won the HH while DeForest 300m LH athlete Anna Szepieniec won the Gold Medal. In D3 Independence/Gilmanton's Ziyannah Conner won the HH and Shiocton's Kendal Stingle was the LH winner. Go to the 2021 WIAA State Meet Hurdle Feature.

June 24-26, 2021 WIAA State Meet Run Events At UW-La Crosse
Martensen & Gremban Win 5 Events
In D3 Kayci Martensen from Benton - Scales Mound - Shullsburg won the distance "tri-fecta" with wins in the 800, 1600, and 3200 events. In D2 Northland Pines runner Nora Gremban won the 800 and 1600 while Two River's Mikaela Helling won the 3200m run. D1 had three different winners in the distance events. Lydia Malecek from Onalaska in the 800, Anna Fauske from Kaukauna in the 1600 and Middleton's Lauren Pansegrau in the 3200m. Go to the 2021 WIAA State Meet Run Feature.


June 24-26, 2021 WIAA Relay Events At UW-La Crosse
Muskego's Relays Help Win Team Title
In D1 the Muskego 4x1, 4x2 and 4x4 relay teams won the Gold helping Muskego to its second consecutive team title. Onalaska started the rain soaked day with a win in the 4x8. In D2 Prescott [4x1], Madison Edgewood [4x2], Freedom [4x4] and Shorewood [4x8] were winners. In D3 Shiocton [4x1], Lancaster [4x2], Fennimore [4x4], and Boscobel [4x8] took home Gold Medals. Go to the 2021 WIAA State Meet Relay Feature.

June 24-26, 2021 WIAA Jump Events At UW-La Crosse
Four Jump Records Set At 2021 Meet
In the D3 LJ Jessica Brueggeman repeated as Champioin by winning the event on her last jump and setting a new LJ record. Gibraltar's Abbey Fitzgerald set a record in the D3 TJ while Unity vaulter Raegan Sorenson set a new PV record. Fennimore's Izzy Bender won the D3 HJ. In D2 Big Foot's Annie Murphy won the PV and TJ events while La Crosse Logan's Kalli Knoble was the HJ Champion and Xavier's Kylie McCormick won the LJ. In D1 Julia Moore of Arrowhead set a new PV record. After winning the LJ and TJ titles as a D2 athlete in 2019 Wisconsin Lutheran horizontal jumps athlete Jaiah Hopf repeated in D1 winning the LJ and TJ. Waunakee's Kyla Saleh won the HJ. Go to the 2021 WIAA State Meet Jumps Feature..

June 24-26, 2021 WIAA State Meet Throwing Events At UW-La Crosse
Langseth Repeats In D1 SP & Discus
D. C. Everest's Danni Langseth successfully defended the throw titles she won at the last State Meet in 2019. In D2 Kayla Will from Lake Mills was the SP Champion while Freedom's Linnea Willer won the Gold in the discus throw. In D3 Three Lakes multi-event athlete Emily Fink won the SP event with Gillett's Karissa Schaal winning the Gold Medal in the discus throw. Go to the 2021. Note- In the Olympic Qualifying Trials in Eugene former D1 throwers Josie Schaefer from Baraboo and Hartford Union thrower Samantha Noennig made the finals of the shot put event but did not qualify for the Tokyo Olympics. WIAA State Meet Throws Feature.

June 25, 2021 WIAA Wheelchair Events At UW-La Crosse
Craddock And Cleaver Win Wheelchair Titles
Richland Center wheelchair athlete Karissa Craddock won the 100m, 400m, and 1600m events. Beloit Turner's Rachel Cleaver won the 800m and shot put events. Cleaver set a new record in the shot put with a throw of 16' 00.00. Another record was set in the 100m wheelchair dash when Karissa Craddock from Richland Center posted a 18.80. Also Emma Jundt from Kenosha indian Trail, Araina Roderick from Sparta, and Gabi Berthiaume from Racine Horlick competed in the events on a very hot and humid Friday. Go to the 2021 WIAA State Meet Wheelchair Feature.

June 24-26, 2021 WIAA State Meet Team Champions
Team Titles Prove To Be Competitive
In D1 Muskego the 2019 Team Champion and D. C. Everset tied for the Team title both with 47 points followed by Kaukauna, Onalaska, and Waunakee. In D2 Freedom outpointed Shorewood 59 to 52 for the team title. They were followed by Xavier, Madison Edgewood, and Rice Lake. Royall edged Fennimore 50 to 47 for the Team Title in D3. They were followed by Benton - Scales Mound - Shullsburg, Shiocton, and Lancaster. Go to the 2021 WIAA State Meet Team Feature.

Data originally compiled by Mark Rongstad [2001-2007], Mike Krugel [2009-2016] and now compiled by Paul Tilleman highlights the history and tradition of track and field by listing the Top 50 performances in each event. Latest updates from WIAA State Meet + New Top 50 Updates. This feature highlights the plans that 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016, 2017, 2018, 2019 , 2020, and 2021 graduates have for competing at the college level. COVID has certainly disrupted the plans and goals of many of the senior athletes during the 2020 and 2021 seasons. With that in mind Wisconsin Track Online has highlighted the seniors from 2020 and 2021 who competed at La Crosse in the WIAA State Meet. The top 6 performances in the finals of the State Meet determine the makeup of the All-State team. WISTCA will announce the Athlete of the Year award after their early 2021 Fall meeting. There were no awards from the canceled 2020 season More at All-State. However Gatorade named Roisin Willis as the 2021 Wisconsin "Player of the Year" in track and field. Former high school athletes competing at the next level.
Updated 2021 link. This looking back feature gives viewers some of the history of track and field athletes. This feature also highlights former Wisconsin girls Honor Roll athletes who competed in the Olympic Trials at Hayward Field at the University of Oregon for the 2020-21 Tokyo Olympics.
A slide show link gives a look at past champions at WIAA State Meets from 2016 to 2021. Check out the feature for the WISTCA Hall Of Fame Class of 2021.
Also a summary of the history of the Honor Roll starting in 1962 with Coach Bill Cross at Whitefish Bay High School to 2021 is at the History of the Honor Roll.

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Honor Roll Archive

Archive 1994 -2021

Odd Relays


WIAA & Meet Results

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55m Event Lists

'10 | '11 | '12 | '13 | '14
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June 26, 2021 HR


D123 | D1 | D2 | D3 | WC

June 2020 HR

COVID 19 Canceled Season

June 2, 2019 HR

D123 | D1 | D2 | D3 | WC

June 3, 2018 HR

D123 | D1 | D2 | D3 | WC

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2000-2021 Tournament Results

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