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Alaina Wagner

Mayville's Alaina Wagner races to the finish line of the girls Division 2 200-meter dash during prelims of that event last year at the WIAA state championships at Veterans Memorial Stadium in La Crosse. She scored 38 of Mayville's 166 points Monday to help the Cardinals win its second straight Flyway Conference title.

Like she has pretty much all spring, Alaina Wagner went out and turned in a dominant performance for Mayville’s prep girls track and field team. This time, though, it came with a little extra hardware.

Wagner won the 100-meter and 200-meter dashes, took second in the long jump and also was on the winning 1,600 relay team, scoring 38 out of a possible 40 points to pace the Cardinals to first place at the Flyway Conference championships on Monday with 166 points — well ahead of runner-up Fond du Lac St. Mary’s springs.

Wagner was named the Meet MVP, as voted on by the conference coaches. Her time in the 100 was 13.54 seconds, her time in the 200 was :26.54 and her runner-up leap in the long jump was 14 feet, 11¾ inches.

Joining Wagner on the winning 1,600 relay (4:20.93) were Katelyn Huizenga, Amber Schraufnagel and Mallory Firari. Huizenga won the pole vault (8-6) and was on the winning 3,200 relay team (10:34.16) along with Schraufnagel, Firari and Samantha Falstad.

Firari took second in the 800 (2:35.53) while Emma Bingen was second in the 300 low hurdles (:53.94) and Jordan Sanford, Hannah Nothem, Khaiya Sabel and Courtney Poellot were second in the 400 relay (:55.50).

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Last but not least for the Cardinals girls was Syd Schultz, who won the shot put (35-6½) and was second in the discus (98-3).

Mayville’s boys team took fourth led by Jackson Mittelstadt’s victory in the high jump (6-2) and Alex Braun’s win in the pole vault (12-6).

Mittelstadt and Braun also teamed up with Sam Manthey and Austin Mayer to win the 400 relay (:46.02).

Rounding out notable efforts for the Mayville boys was Dylon Logston’s runner-up showing in the 200 (:23.89) and the long jump (19-6½).

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