The Milaca Wolves rebounded in sub-section meet competition in a big way numerically after a less than stellar performance at their conference meet.

In Pine City, the girls finished in third place with 118.5 points, trailing only Mora (125.5) and winner Pine City (131.67).

The boys finished in fifth place with 70 points, only three points from fourth, and behind eventual winner Pine City (165).

“Individually, we have 20 athletes that advanced to compete in the Section Meet at St. John’s,” said Coach Jeremy Mikla “We also will have all four girls relay teams and two boys relay teams competing at the next level.”

In order to advance, athletes must be top four individually and top two relays, or meet section advancement standards. Milaca had several top showings and many PRs set on a windy and wet night.

Boys Advancing to Sections

Boys 100M Dash: Andrew Tweet (First); Boys 4x100 Team (First) Andrew Tweet, Henry Truebenbach, Dalton Warne, and Harrison Shepard; Boys 400 Dash: Henry Truebenbach (Second), Asa Erickson (Fourth); Boys 4x400 Team (Second): Asa Erickson, Andrew Tweet, Harrison Shepard, and Henry Truebenbach; Boys High Jump: Keaton Martin (Fourth); Boys Pole Vault Aiden Mikla (Fourth)

Girls Advancing to Sections

Girls 4x800 Team (First): Bethany TenHaken, Elizabeth Danilyuk, Brittany Hansen, Jerica Ploeger; Girls 100m Hurdles: Kayla Gave (Second); Girls 4x200 Team (Second): Brynn Mettling, Taylor Corrow, Victoria Addy, Jackie Kragt; Girls 1600: Brittany Hansen (Second); Girls 4x100 Team (First): Brynn Mettling, Taylor Corrow, Reina Mikla, Jackie Kragt: Girls 400M Dash, Triniti Neuhart (Third); Girls 300M Hurdles: Victoria Addy (First); Girls 800M Run: Bethany TenHaken (First), Jerica Ploeger (Third); Girls 4x400 (First): Bethany TenHaken, Brynn Mettling ,Sarah Manoleff, and Triniti Neuhart; Girls High Jump: Camry Mach (Fourth); Girls Triple Jump: Camry Mach (First).

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