Wisconsin Athletes At The 2018 Kansas Relays



Thursday-Saturday, April 19-21, 2018. Preview. Results

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A number of Wisconsin High School athletes as well as past Wisconsin high school athletes competed in the Kansas Relays held at the University of Kansas in Lawrence, KS. Benton - Scales Mound - Shullsburg athlete Emma Lawrence is shown above in the TJ event at the Kansas Relays. She is the current [as of April 22] D3 leader in that event with a best jump of 36' 05. At Kansas she placed 23rd with a jump of 34' 10.. Kansas photos by Paul Raley.

Lakeland Union athletes are shown above in the 4x400m relay event. The group posted times of 4:14.36 in the 4x4 and 9:56.95 in the 4x8. The 4x8 time is the 5th best All-Time Lakeland performance.

Above left L-R: Twins Riley and Stephanie Mauzer on an exchenge in the 4x4. 4x4 rlay team members above L-R: Aubrey Anderson, Stephanie Mauzer, Carley Hinz, and Riley Mauzer. Anderson ran her season best in the 800m event [2:20.15] while her teammate Ashley Peterson PR'ed in the 1600m [5:22.81]. Kansas photos by Paul Raley

BSMS hurdler Emma Lawrence in the 100m HH event - 24th place with a time of 16.31. Kansas photos by Paul Raley
Above: Emma Lawrence from BSMS placed second in the high school portion of the 300m LH event. Her time of 45.57 was a school record and put her on the top of the Honor Roll lists for D3 and All-Division as of April 22. Kansas photos by Paul Raley
Above left: Darlington's Kennedy Rankin in the discus event [18th place, 108' 11]. Above right: Brianna Leahy [BSMS] had a throw of 123' 07 which placed her 8th at Kansas.
Kansas photos by Paul Raley

2014 Waukesha South graduate Natalie Gottschalk who now competes for the St Cloud State Huskies won the heptathlon event at the Kansas Relays. The heptathlon consists of 100m HH, HJ, SP, 200m, LJ, Javelin throw, and the 800m run. Gottschalk scored 4810 points to win the event.

Gottschalk who is now a junior at St Cloud State is shown above at the Nelson Daniels Large School meet held at UW-Whitewater in 2013. Photo above by Dave Figi.