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Hillsboro track teams gear up for postseason at Sparky Reynolds Invite
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Morgan Huntley pushes the shot forward at last Friday's Boscobel Sparky Reynolds Invitational

BOSCOBEL — The Hillsboro track and field teams closed out the regular season Friday at the Boscobel Sparky Reynolds Invitational.

The boys scored three points and finished in a tie for 20th place at the 22-team event. The Lady Tigers did not score.
Cuba City won the boys title holding off Dodgeville/Mineral Point 95.33–69. Dodge–Point returned the favor in the girls’ competition, outscoring the Cubans 83.5–72 for the girls’ title.

Junior Ean Levy scored two points with a seventh-place finish in the discus with a throw of 113’5”.
Hillsboro’s 4x800 relay team of Skyler Fisher, Adrian Marquez, Zach O’Hair and Jacob Urban scored the other point with an eighth-place finish in 4:00.6. Fisher, Marquez, O’Hair and Dakota Wells placed ninth in the 4x800 relay (9:17.24).

Marquez turned in the team’s top individual performance other than Levy, with an 11th-place showing in the 800 (2:16.29).

The Hillsboro girls 4x800 relay team of Destiny Shore, Paige Stull, Carly Krajco abd Breanna Beaver finished ninth at 11:49.37.

The Hillsboro girls 4x400 relay of Thornsen, Jaline Attignol, Belinda Griffin and Shore placed 10th (4:53.24).
Griffin in the 200 (30.14), Kaley Preuss in the 100 hurdles (20.53), and Huntley in the discus (86’3”) each finished 11th in their respective events.

The Tigers returned to action Tuesday at the Scenic Bluffs Conference action Tuesday at Cashton. The meet took place after press time and results will be in next week’s Sentry Enterprise.

Hillsboro will next turn its attention to the WIAA series, as the Tigers travel to the WIAA Division 3 Onalaska Luther Regional on Monday afternoon.

The top four finishers in each event will advance to next Thursday’s D3 Bangor Sectional.

Boscobel Sparky Reynolds Invitational
(from Friday, May 13 @ Boscobel)
Team scores — 1.Cuba City 95.33, 2.Dodgeville/Mineral Point 69, 3.Darlington 66.83, 4.Boscobel 65, 5.North Crawford 59, 6.Wisconsin Heights/Barneveld 58, 7.Fennimore 51.33, 8.Prairie du Chien 42.50, 9.Ithaca 24, 10.Lancaster 27, 11.Kickapoo/La Farge 24, 12.Riverdale 19.5, 13.Richland Center 19, 14.River Ridge 16, 14.Belmont 16, 16.De Soto 14, 17.Brookwood 10.5, 18.Wauzeka/Steuben 8, 19.Southwestern/Cuba City 4, 20.Hillsboro 3, 20.Platteville JV 3.
Hillsboro’s top finishers
800 – 11.Adrian Marquez 2:16.29, 17.Skyler Fisher 2:23.57. 1,600 – 16.Zach O’Hair 5:10.27. 3,200 – 16.Drew Bisarek 11:45.26. 4x400 relay – 8.Hillsboro (Fisher, Marquez, O’Hair, Jacob Urban) 4:00.06. 4x800 relay – 9.Hillsboro (Fisher, Marquez, Dakota Wells, O’Hair) 9:17.24. Discus – 7.Ean Levy 113’5”.
Team scores — 1.Dodgeville/Mineral Point 83.5, 2.Cuba City 72, 3.Brookwood 61, 4.Lancaster 57, 5.Darlington 55.5, 6.Fennimore 53, 7.Wisconsin Heights/Barneveld 44, 8.Wauzeka–Steuben 43.5, 9.Richland Center 42, 9.Boscobel 42, 11.Cashton 36, 12.Prairie du Chien 25, 13.River Ridge 18, 13.De Soto 18, 15.Belmont 12, 16.Ithaca 11, 17.North Crawford 8, 18.Southwestern/Cuba City 7.5, 19.Kickapoo/La Farge 5, 20.Riverdale 4, 21.Potosi 3, 22.Hillsboro 0.
Hillsboro’s top finishers
200 – 11.Belinda Griffin 30.14. 1,600 – 13.Paige Stull 6:13.96. 100 hurdles – 11.Kailey Preuss 20.53. 4x400 relay – 10.Hillsboro (April Thornsen, Jaline Attignol, Griffin, Destiny Shore) 4:53.24. 4x800 relay – 9.Hillsboro (Shore, Stull, Carly Krajco, Breanna Beaver) 11:49.37. Shot put – 13.Morgan Huntley 29’1”. Discus – 11.Huntley 86’3”.