W/TFA Indoor Champioships: Running Events

Saturday, April 9, 2016 at DLK Kachel FH UW-Whitewater. Results


Above start of the 800m run L-R: Annie Moore [Fond du Lac, 23rd], Katie Wegmann [Homestead, 3rd], Aswaubenon ninth grader Sage Wagner [2nd], and champion and new record holder in the W/TFA 800m run Whitefish Bay's Cami Davre [2:12.52].

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Whitefish Bay junior Cami Davre highlighted the 2016 W/TFA Wisconsin Indoor Championships by breaking the 30 year old record in the 800m run. Suzy Favor set the record [2:13.00] in 1986. Davre coming off of Spring Break broke the record with a time of 2:12.52.

Forty-six teams scored points in the meet with the Purple Knights from Beloit Memorial taking the team title with 26 points. Green Bay Preble [23], De Pere [22], Kimberly [21], Whitefish Bay [20], and Franklin [20] closely followed Beloit in the team standings.

Above: Medalists in the 800m run

Left 800m runners L-R: Hailey Ruplinger [Kimberly, 6th], Dempsey Fogarty [Colfax, 7th], and Sydney Pitrof [Racine Horlick, 9th].

Above heat eight 400m runners L-R: Ally Gietzel [Fond du Lac, 6th], Nicole Buchinger [Kaukauna, 3rd], Destiny Tomlin [West Allis Nathan Hale, 2nd], and Maddie LeBrun [Oregon, 4th]

Left: 400m winner Aly Weum a junior from Stoughton [59.46]. Weum was in heat 7 of 8.

Above 400m runners L-R: Sydney Currie [Cambridge, 5th] and Brooklyn Schyvinck [Reedsburg, 7th].

Above 400m runners L-R: Caitlin Link [Edgewood, 8th], Briana Mitchell [Sun Prairie, 11th], Sydney Pitrof [Racine Horlick, 9th], and Reegan Schmidt [Divine Savior Holy Angels, 12th].

Above left 1600m runners L-R: Annie Moore [Fond du Lac, 10th], Audrey Janik [Wisconsin Lutheran, 7th], McKensey Van Wie [Sun Prairie, 5th], Jacie Legois [Luxemburg-Casco, 4th], winner Sam Valentine [Middleton, 5:00.29], and Allie Levin [Homestead, 35th].

Above right: W/TFA 1600 Champion Sam Valentine a senior from Middleton took charge in midrace and left no doubt as she finished in first in 5:00.29. There were 63 runners in the 1600m races.

Above 1600m runners L-R: Elena Schmidt [Westby, 9th], Madison Taylor [Kenosha Indian Trails, 12th], Riley Hansen [Kenosha Tremper, 14th], and Hailey Migliano [Franklin, 14th].

Abnove 1600m runners L-R: Meghan Scott [DSHA, 6th], Mason Kalander [Holmen, 2nd], third place finisher Carissa Weyenberg [Kimberly] at the finish line, Jacie Legois [Luxemburg-Casco, 4th], and Mackenzie Van Wie [Sun Prairie, 5th].

Above left: Davre and conference rival Katie Wegmann from Homestead wish the best to each other before the start of the race. Above center: Sage Wagner [Ashwaubenon]. Above right: Katie Wegmann [Homestead]

Above left: Cami Davre in midrace. Above right: Like everyone else in the large crowd Cami Davre looks up at the electronic scoreboard at the finish.

Above 800m runners L-R: Riley Hansen [Kenosha Tremper, 4th], Morgan Trinko [Franklin, 13th], Kathryn Webb [Chippewa Falls,8th], Olivia Eisch [Kimberly, 15th], Camryn Burtness [Parkview, 14th], Madison Taylor [Kenosha Indian Trails, 17th], Joie Ross [La Crosse Logan, 5th], Carly Huggins [Madison Memorial, 38th], and Danielle Gassie [Kenosha Indian Trails, 18th]. Eighty-eight runners competed in the 800m run.

Cami Davre and her mother Angela