Tomahawk traveled to Eagle River last night to compete in the Great Northern Conference Indoor Invitational. The Hatchets girls placed 5th, while the boys finished 6th. Medford won the boys meet and the host Eagles topped the girls field.
The lone champion for the Hatchets was senior Hanna Meyer as she jumped 31’5” to win her specialty the triple jump. Hanna also finished 3rd in the 55 meter dash and teamed with Sierra Schulz, Delaney Langdon, and Olivia Weber as she anchored the 4th place 200 meter relay.
Dani Whiting raced to a second place medalist effort in the 1600 meter run in a seasonal best time of 5:56, she also teamed with Sierra Schulz, Olivia Pintens, and Sara Kouba in the 1600 meter relay to place 5th.
Sara Kouba placed 2nd in the high jump with a personal best jump of 4’6” and teamed with Susan Waye, Lauren Bauman, and Rylie Flohr to place 5th in the 3200 meter relay.
Hannah Schade placed 4th in the shot put with a personal best 29’1 3⁄4” effort and Wyatt Wenninger placed 5th in the high jump with a seasonal best effort of 5’4” in the high jump.
Annaluz Fox placed 3rd to medal in the Pole Vault at 7’6” and 5th in the 55 meter high hurdles at 10.57. Mason Webster and teammate Alex Johnson placed 4th and 5th respectively in the 800 meter run and Susan Waye placed 5th in the 3200 meter run. Lucas Tjugum placed 5th in his debut for the 3200 meter run and combined with Orion Spaulding, Parker Johnson, and Erik Zedler to place 4th in the 3200 meter relay. Parker Johnson also placed 5th in the Triple Jump.
Easton Phalin placed 4th in the long jump and 5th in the 200 meter dash and teamed with Wyatt Wenninger, Mason Webster, and Kole Woodall to finish 4th in the 800 meter relay.
Tomahawk travels back to Eagle River on Saturday and competes in the “Elite” Northern States Invitational. The meet gets underway at 10:00 am from the Northland Pines field house. Tomahawk will enter athletes that met minimum qualifying standards for this meet.