2018 Girls Throwdown In MadTown

Monday, May 7, 2018. at Madison Memorial HS. Results



This GIRLS THROWS only meet consists of the shot put and discus events. Flights are drawn by school and 3 trial hrows are followed by the top 9 in the nals. The first attempt in prelims will be measured, and then only if your throw is more than 32 feet in the Shot Put or 90 feet in the Discus. *The top 16 individual places score and medal.*A team champion is crowned and based on a 16 place scoring system. Madison Memorial throws coach Joe Frontier organized the Throwdown in Madtown meet.

The throwers competed in ideal weather at the outstanding throw facility of Madison Memorial high school. Memorial throws coach Joe Frontier who organized the meet and his staff hosted and officiated the meet.

Former Badger throw athlete and 2016 Olympian Kelsey Card [middle, red Olympic T-shirt] is shown with the throw athletes at the 3rd annual Madtown Throwdown Invitational Meet
Event Champions
Above left: Ozaukee senior Emma Richards won the discus with a season best Honor Roll throw of 154' 10.
Above right: Sophomore Eve Goldstein from Somerset launched a throw of 44' 01 on her second attempt in finals to win the SP competition.

The goal: To compete at La Crosse.

SP ring at Memorial

Discus field at Memorial

Shot Put Competition

Eve Goldstein [Somerset, 1st, 44' 01]

Goldstein's father Chad and Eve after the 44' 01 throw

Emma Richards [Ozaukee, 2nd, 43' 02]

Brianna Leahy [BSMS, 3rd 42' 02.25]

Lizzy Cagle [Brookfield East, 4th 41' 01.50]

Emily Stendel [Jefferson, 5th, 39' 08.25]

Ratka Korac [Greenfield, 6th 39' 03.75]

Natalie Rouse [Brookfield East, 7th 39' 01.50]

Natalie Mohring [DC Everest, 8th 38' 02.75]

Sydney Flier [Waupun, 9th 37' 0225],

Reete Thorns [Madison Memorial, 10th 37' 00]

Memorial throws coach Joe Frontier and Reete Thorns

Alexis Johnson from Baraboo in the prelims

Extra rings provide footwork warmup space

SP official Mike Harris records a throw.

Discus Competition

Emma Richards [Ozaukee 1st 154' 10]

Natalie Mohring [DC Everest, 2nd 150' 00]

Eve Goldstein [Somerset, 3rd 135; 05]

Danni Langseth [DC Everest, 4th 132' 05]

Emily Stendel [Jefferson, 5th, 128' 02]

Brianna Leahy [BSMS, 6th, 128' 02]

Cynthia Rosales [Madison Memorial, 7th, 124' 03]

Lizzy Cagle [Brookfield East, 8th 117' 04]

Sydney Flier [Waupun, 9th 114' 09]

Ayona Johnson [Madison la Follette, 10th 113' 06]

Mackenzie Monty [New London in the prelims]

Abby Maier [Madison Memorial in the prelims]

Glimpses From the Meet
Above left: Ozaukee throws coach Bill Rchards and his daughter Emma. Above right: Eve Goldstein and her grandfather Duane Burmeister and father Chad.
Brookfield East throw athletes L-R: Claudia Lecher, Olivia DeValkenaere, Lizzy Cagle, Katie Worb, and Natalie Roux
Above throw athletes L-R: BSMS teammates Megan Greenfield and Brianna Leahy, Greenfield's Ratka Korac and Jayda Craig, and Jefferson teammates Emily Stendel and Kayla Kloss.
DC Everest throw athletes L-R: Natalie Mohring, Brooke Larson, Kaila Trezebiatowski, Claire Stroik, Danni Langseth, Kelsey Lehnke, and Maissie Gelhar.
Madison Memorial throw team members L-R: Reete Thorns, Cynthia Rosales, Abbey Maier, and Elle Kinney.
Ozaukee throw team members L-R: Emma Richards, Mayzie Dotson, and Caryn Hamm.
The Waupun throw team is shown with Kelsey Card. Waupun members L-R: Sydney Flier, Claire Bresser, and Kelli Bonack.