Friday, May 31 and Saturday, June 1, 2019: Veterans Memorial Field @ UW-La Crosse. Results: All | D1 | D2 | D3 | WC
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Three of the horizontal jump records were broken at this years State Meet. In Division 3 Royall's Jessica Brueggeman broke both the long and triple jump records while in Division 1 Madison La Follette's Kiara Lee established a new triple jump record. Brueggeman long jumped 18' 08.25 on her last jump in finals to set the record. The old D3 LJ record of 18' 06.50. was held by Florence's Eileen Lemanski in 2009. The triple jump descriptions follow in the feature below. Please note- Being a one-person operation it is tough to get photos of all events and participants. Thus some of the features from the State Meet do not have actual photos form the competitions.

Jessica Brueggeman [1st, 18' 08.25, Royall]
New D3 LJ Record

Kortnie Volk [2nd, Three Lakes/Phelps]

Lexi Donarski [3rd, Aquinas]

Cassidy Noeldner [4th, Eau Claire Immanuel]

Gabrielle Hederer [5th, Loyal]

Devin Wagner [6th, Lancaster]

Royall's Jessica Brueggeman jumped 38' 09.75 on her last attempt in trials to set a new D3 record in the triple jump. On the jump above which was her first attempt in the TJ finals she made 37' 06.25. She passed on her last two attempts after having run a great anchor leg in the 4x4 trials which helped Royall make the finals for that event. Brueggeman broke the TJ record set by Bria Halama [Independence/Gilmanton] of 38' 05.00 set at the 2011 State Meet.

Emily Herzberg [2nd, Melrose-Mindoro, 38' 04.25]

Kortnie Volk [3rd, Three Lakes/Phelps]

Cassidy Noeldner [4t, Eau Claire Immanuel]

Bailey Imhoff [5th, Edgar]

McKenna Armstrong [6th, Random Lake]

Carly Schreurs [7th, Sheboygan Area Lutheran]

Jessica Brueggeman is shown above with the previous record holder in the TJ. Bria Halama was a standout athlete at Independence/Gilmanton and UW-La Crosse.
Bria still helps out in the jump events at the State Meet and was present for Jessica's record breaking day.
Center photo provided by B. Halama
Cuba City's Brinley Wood won the HJ Gold Medal with a height of 5' 04. She made 5' 04 on her third attempt.

Brinley Wood [1st, Cuba City]

Adelyn Hyatt [2nd, Cashton]

Emma Gruen [3rd, Royall]

Laci Lautenbach [4th, Sevastopol]


Natalie Randa [5th, De Soto]

Courtney Becker [6th, Aquinas]


Cassie Skattebo [6th, Shell Lake] and
Jenna Aschbrenner [6th, Marathon]

Ninth grader Miranda Firari from Dodgeland won the PV with a height of 10' 06.

Miranda Firari [1st, Dodgeland]

Lila Tully [2nd, De Soto

Reagan Sorenson [3rd, Unity]

Ayden Fleeharty [3rd, Kickapoo/La Farge]

Hannah Zastrow [5th, Spencer]

Jeni Petersen [6th, Webster]


Long Jump Champion Jaiah Hopf [18' 04]
A ninth grader from Wisconsin Lutheran

Trinity Moore [2nd, Wisconsin Lutheran, 18' 04]

Ellie Rose [3rd, Notre Dame Academy]

Grace Hebel [4th, Westby]

Kristen Chou [5th, University School of Milwaukee]

Kylie McCormick [6th, Xavier]

Wisconsin Lutheran's Jaiah Hopf won the TJ with a distance of 38' 07.50.
Podium L-R:
Journey Amundson [Northwestern], Grace Hebel [Westby], Gold Medal winner Jaiah Hopf [Wisconsin Lutheran], Xana Leum [Viroqua], and Rachel Amoth [G.E.T.]

Jaiah Hopf [1st, Wisconsin Lutheran]

Grace Hebel [2nd, Westby]

Xana Leum [3rd, Viroqua]

Journey Amundson [4th, Northwestern]

Rachel Amoth [5th, Gale-Ettrick-Trempealeau]

Katrina Koppa [6th, Viroqua]


Nicole Johnson [1st, 5' 02, Dodgeville/Mineral Point]
Johnson was an extra-qualifier

Maddy Weisensel [2nd, 5' 02, Wautoma]

Rebecca Lawrence [2nd, 5' 02, Rhinelander]

Rachel Amoth [4th, 5' 02, Gale-Ettrick-Trempealeau]

Jasmine Mlejnek [5th, 5' 02, Rice Lake]

Megan Reddeman [5th, 5' 02, Poynette]

Presley Hasse [5th, 5' 02, Turner]


Haley Reichers [5th, 5' 02, Sturgeon Bay]

Abby Rynes [Richland Center] on her way to a Gold Medal is shown clearing 11' 03. Her winning height was 11' 06.

Abby Rynes [1st, Richland Center]

Paige Hickson [2nd, Northland Pines]
Hickson is shown clearing 10' 06.

Paige Hickson [2nd, Northland Pines]
Her Silver Medal height was 11' 00

Freedom's Amber Tomazevic makes 10' 06

Amber Tomazevic [3rd, Freedom]

Abigail Nelson [3rd, Northwestern]

Abby Meidl [5th, Kewaskum]


Bailey Nuutinen [6th, Ashland]

Erin Schuh [7th, Seymour]


Jenna Thomas [7th, Richland Center]

Madison East senior Parker Buske jumped 18' 09.50 on her 2nd jump in finals. That distance won her the Gold Medal in the LJ.

Nadia Vo [2nd, Franklin]

Cararii Tellis [3rd, Milwaukee King]

Makayla Jackson [4th, Milwaukee King]

Madison Page [5th, Elkhorn Area]

Kaylee Olson [6th, West De Pere]

Ryann Porter [7th, Janesville Parker]

Madison La Follette senior Kiara Lee saved her best for last. After fouling on her second jump in finals she had a final jump of 41' 00.75 to break the triple jump record of 40' 08 which she set in the trials. Her jump in trials broke the old record of 40' 04 set by Mikayla Robertson of Menomonee Falls in 2013.

Kiara Lee [1st, Madison La Follette]

Ryann Porter [2nd, Janesville Parker]

Parker Buske [3rd, Madison East]

Maddie Rettler [4th, West Bend West]

Adaline Powell [5th, Kimberly]

Hanna Reichenberger [6th, Kimberly]

Ninth grader Olivia Van Zeeland from Kaukauna cleared 5' 07 to win the D1 Gold Medal in the high jump event.

Sophee Mink [2nd, DeForest]

Ella Meeuwsen [3rd, Bay Port]

Riley Kindt [4th, Brookfield East]

Abby Belschner [5th, Cedarburg]

Nadia Vo [5th, Franklin]

Sydney Spaeth [7th, West Bend East]

Olivia Fabry a senior from De Pere repeated as Champion in the D1 PV event. Her winning height [above] was 12' 00.
Podium L-R: Charlotte Sweet, Emma Warr, Julia Moore, Champion Olivia Fabry, Grace Kowalkowski, and Gracie Holland

Julia Moore [2nd, Arrowhead]

Grace Kowalkowski [3rd, De Pere]

Emma Warr [4th, Muskego]




Olivia Fabry

Julia Moore , Olivia Fabry, and Grace Koiwalkowski

Oliva Fabry and her sister Sophia




Gracie Holland [5th, Marshfield]

Charlotte Sweet [6th, Madison Memorial]

Rachel Brockish [7th, Arrowhead]