Blue Jay Invitational

Thursday, April 13, 2006 at Cambridge High School





Teams from Albany, Madison Abundant Life, Beloit Turner, Deerfield, Edgerton, Evansville, Lodi, Belleville-New Glarus, Palmyra - Eagle, and the Wisconsin School for the Deaf competed at Cambridge. Above: 100m finals. Ashley Beutler of Belleville-New Glarus [Sugar River] broke Katie Graves [Albany] record of 2:30.0 set in 2004 by posting a 2:20.66 [HHT] in the 800m run.

Left: Emily Rogstad, senior from Beloit Turner won the 100m HH event.

Right: The 4x8 relay during leg 1 - [L-R] Carly Brown of Sugar River [Belleville-New Glarus], Kaia Schoenenberger of Evansvile, Ginger Wilson of Lodi and Christina Krogstad of Abundant Life.





Above left: Elle Herman of Abundant Life [red jersey] and Alyssa Rogers of Deerfield in the 200m preliminaries. Above middle: Amy Hawes of Palmyra-Eagle in the 100m preliminaries. Above right: Erin Gimmer of Edgerton [red jersey] in the 100m preliminaries.




Cambridge has one of the best high school throwing venues in the state. Spectators can sit on a hill which acts as a natural amphitheater and get a great view of the throwers in the shot and discus.

Left: Dana Thompson of Belleville-New Glarus/Sugar River is the current Honor Roll leader in the shot and discus.

Right: Shanai Guilder of Cambridge has had a 36' 06.50 shot put this season.

Below left: Amanda Allen of Deerfield.

Below right: Evie LaPointe of Albany has had a 115' 01 throw this season.





Long Jump

Above left: Jessica Hack of Palmyra Eagle.

Above middle: Long jump winner Alyssa Keister of Evansville.

Above right: Brooke Noble of Beloit Turner.

Right: Charissa Wieman of Abundant Life.

Left: Abby Howard of Cambridge.


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