NRHEG girls 1st at JWP

Published 12:00 am Tuesday, May 6, 2003

JANESVILLE &045; The NRHEG girls’ track and field team had another dominant performance Friday, winning the JWP Invitational with 167 points. Montgomery-Lonsdale was second among seven teams with 96 points, Alden-Conger third with 55.

NRHEG won nine events, four of them by freshman Alison Anderson, who won the 100 and 200 meters and the long jump and joined Kalisha Anthony, Alyssa Braaten, and Brandis Hagen for first in the 4×100 relay. Anthony, Hagen, Ashley Misgen and Kelsie Hansen won the 4×200.

The Panthers’ other firsts were by Nicole Lonning, shot put; Misgen, 300 hurdles; and Hansen, high jump.

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Other NRHEG places: Jean Raimann, second, shot put and sixth, discus; Hansen, second, 100 hurdles; Karla Lewer, second, 1600 and second, 3200; Lonning, second, discus; Braaten, third, 200 and sixth, 100; 4×800 relay, third (Jessica Brouwers, April Bayerkohler, Melissa Maurer and Melissa Barber); Kyree Wobbrock, fifth, shot put; Brianna Blouin, fifth, 1600 and fifth, 800; Misgen, fifth, long jump and sixth, high jump; Jasmine Brouwers, fifth, 400; Sarah Kyte, fifth, 300 hurdles; Brittany Schwartz, fifth, discus; Jessica Knudson, fifth, 200; 4×400 relay, fifth (Barber, Hillary Johnson, Jasmine Brouwers and Jessica Brouwers); and Hagen, sixth, high jump.

The Panthers competed without one of their top scorers, Camille Kyte.

&uot;The girls did a fine job in the final meet before True Team,&uot; said Panthers co-coach Duey Ferber. &uot;We’ll be ready for Tuesday.&uot;

The Panthers are at Wells today to defend their True Team Section 2A title.