USATF Indoor Championships

Sunday, February 7, 2010 at the 'TARC' on the campus of Carthage College. Results

The Tarble Athletic and Recreational Center on the campus of Carthage College hosted the 2010 Wisconsin USA Track and Field Championships. Athletes in Open, Masters, and Youth divisions competed in a variety of track and field events.

Age divisions

  • Bantam [Born 2000 or laterMidget [Born 1998-99]
  • Youth [Born 1996-97]
  • Intermediate [Born 1994-95]
  • Young [Born 1992-93]. Athletes born in 1991 who are still in high school compete in the Young division.
  • Open [Ages 19-29]
  • Masters [Ages 30 and up in 5 year divisions]

State Meet veterans Chidera Obasih [#4, Brookfield Central], Dezerea Bryant [#3, Milwaukee Bradley Technical], and Tahje Whittley [#2, Milwaukee Bradley Technical] prepare for the start of the Young Womens 55m dash at the 2010 USA TF Wisconsin Indoor Championships]. Below left: Young track athletes in a 55m dash heat. Below right: Start of the Young Womens 55m dash. Bryant won in 7.11 while Obasih was second in 7.18 .

Above left and right: A mother and a daughter participated in their age group events. Youngsters learn how to compete by emulating their parents. Below left and center: A track athlete had a special cheering section as her three boys encourgaged her during each lap of her race. Below right: Carthage women's coach Stephanie Domin [back to camera] watches along with a Carthage track athlete as her son gives the long jump pit a try.

Above left : Sun Prairie distance runner Liz Berkholtz and her father Richard. Above right: Milwaukee Bradley Technical dash athlete Dezerea Bryant and her father Steve Jenkins.

Above: Whitefish Bay's Camille Schwartz.

Right: Oconomowoc vaulter Courtney Walden.

Above left and center: Young athletes participate in the shop put event.

Right: Brodhead's Heather Clankie is shown in the weight [hammer] throw. The weight throw is not a high school event but is very popular with women on college teams.

Homestead's Marissa Savitch recorded a 8.55 to win the 55m HH event

Above: Florence athlete Katie Brownson is pictured in the high jump event which she won.

Above left: Holly Lammert [Hartland Arrowhead].

Above center: Alison Parker [Neenah].

Right: Carly Fehler [Oak Creek] .

Intermediate Girl's Long Jump athletes [L-R]: De'ja Hentz, Jnana Martin, and Micaela Creighton. Creighton won the competition with a jump of 17' 04.25. Creighton is a ninth grader at South Milwaukee High School. The other two athletes are still in middle school.

Above left: A young girl from the Badgerland team from Lake Geneva competes in the LJ. Above middle: Samantha Hofacker from Freedom prepares for the 55m dash. Above right: West Allis Hale dash athlete Kayla Jones.

Intermediate Girls 1 Mile Run: Above left [L-R]: Aaryn Edge [Lake Geneva Badger] and Kathryn Pamperin [Three Lakes HS]. Above right: Alison Parker [Neenah HS]. Below left: Winner Lauren Holtz [5:22.35, Homestead]. Below right: Kiera Depies [Cedar Grove-Belgium] in the the Intermediate Girls 3000m Run .

Young Women's 1 Mile Run [L-R]: Blair Doney [Mukwonago], Alison Armstrong, winner Liz Berkholtz [5:26.90, Sun Prairie], Kailey Lewis [Waterford], Stacey Swatek [Wisconsin Dells], and Emily Swigart [Waterford].