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Trevor Copenhaver, Chaparral, 1. Brady Moore, Marysville, Stuart Lennemann, Phillipsburg, Cody Smith, SE-Saline, Conner Dayton, Pittsburg Colgan, Cordell Goering, Hutchinson Trinity, Trevor Copenhaver, Chaparral, Tanner McNutt, Humboldt, Tyler LaSalle, Holcomb, Chad Pauly, Hutchinson Trinity, Avery McNelly, Douglass, Chris Sandquist, Sacred Heart, Korbin Ratzlaff, Burlington, Tanner McNutt, Humboldt, 1: Joseph Meyer, Scott City, 1: Chris Sandquist, Sacred Heart, 2: Cory Donley, Sacred Heart, 2: Alex Conn, Beloit, 2: Brett Meyer, Scott City, 2: Kane Comfort, Sacred Heart, 2: Conner Bigham, Hiawatha, 2: Cory Donley, Sacred Heart, 4: Alex Conn, Beloit, 4: Josh Richert, Hillsboro, 4: Joseph Siegele, Fredonia, 4: Jonathan Adamson, Pittsburg Colgan, 4: Peter Wiebe, SW Heights, 4: Tony Weber, Pleasant Ridge, 4: Grant Campbell, Wichita Independent, 4: Sean Newlan, Phillipsburg, Trevor Webb, Salina Sacred Heart, Heath Tucker, Holcomb, Nick Schumacher, Garden Plain, Tim Bugner, Garden Plain, Hunter Thuro, Wellsville, Sanuel Aguirre, Humboldt, Trenton Smith, Silver Lake, Dylan Clark, Garden Plain, Trevor Webb, Sacred Heart, Matthew Rodenberg, Halstead, Gage Mortimer, Minneapolis, Salina Sacred Heart, 8: High jump -- 1.
Nicholas Camper, Caney Valley, ; 2. Bryson Gann, Belle Plaine, ; 3. Hunter Veith, Cheney, ; 4. Ryan Kajestraw, SE-Cherokee, ; 5. Austin Budke, Beloit, ; 6. Matthew Helvey, SE-Saline, ; 7. Grant North, Riverton, ; T8. Brenner Wells, Scott City, ; 2.
Seth Derr, Phillipsburg, ; 3. Austin Coleman, Jayhawk Linn, ; 5. Brett Thompson, Erie, ; 6. Cadyn Carter, Beloit, ; 7. Codi Martin, Fredonia, ; 8. Kyle Palic, Marion, Cory Donley, Sacred Heart, 9: Alex Conn, Beloit, 9: Jonathan Adamson, Pittsburg Colgan, 9: Tony Weber, Pleasant Ridge, 9: Peter Wiebe, SW Heights, 5: Jordan Hett, Marion, Wyatt Ratzlaff, Phillipsburg, Trenton Cox, Sabetha, Long jump -- 1.
Hunter Veith, Cheney, ; 2. James Jones, Marion, ; 4.Marion Track & Field 2017
Triple jump -- 1. Austin Budke, Beloit, ; 3. Weston Lavington, Cheney, ; 5. James Jones, Marion, ; 6.
Brett Nurnberg, SE-Saline, ; 8. Pole vault -- 1. Tyler Proffitt, Hillsboro, ; 2. Robert Aparicio, Lakin, ; 3. Austin Hager, Norton, ; 4. Brandon Ball, Hoisington, ; 5. Isaiah Horton, Beloit, ; 6. Austin Smith, Caney Valley, ; 7. Donavon Milliken, Central Heights, ; 8. Seth Snelling, Marion, Shot put -- 1. Trevor Miley, Ellsworth, ; 2. Tanner Erhart, Central Heights, ; 4. Tanner Wood, Conway Springs, ; 5. Levi Wyrick, Caney Valley, ; 2. Sean Newlan, Phillipsburg, ; 3.
Jacob Brazzle, Riley County, ; 4. Trevor Miley, Ellsworth, ; 5. Anthony Broeder, Hoisington, ; 6. Jacob Friedrichs, Marysville, ; 7. Quentin Overdick, Hiawatha, ; 8. Kelly Wycoff, Scott City, Beth Francis, Sedgwick, Taylor Needham, Cheney, Rachel Heiman, Marysville, Kara Simmons, Lakin, Lindsay Shupe, Minneapolis, Jessica Henson, Galena, Hannah Smith, Beloit, Claire Theis, Kingman, Jamie Lovett, Sedgwick, Sarah Mullins, Maur Hill, Conner Schultz, Riverside, Bryclin Alstrom, Marysville, Rachel Heiman, Marysville, 1: Hailey Davis, Haven, 1: Heather Ruder, TMP, 2: Ashley Rottinghaus, Nemaha Valley, 2: Allison Stutterheim, SE-Saline, 2: MacKenzie Dunbar, Riverton, 2: Jordan Puvogel, Hiawatha, 2: Conner Schultz, Riverside, 2: Megan Thornburg, Scott City, 2: Heather Ruder, TMP, 5: Jordan Puvogel, Hiawatha 5: Allson Stutterheim, SE-Saline, 5: Emily Sechrist, Hillsboro, 5: Ashley Rottinghaus, Nemaha Valley, 5: Leah Murata, Horton, 5: MacKenzie Dunbar, Riverton, 5: Aundrea Koger, Osage City, 5: Kaley Broeckelman, Beloit, Rhiannon Vieyra, Hutchinson Trinity, Jacquelyn O'Connor, Burlington, Rebekah Voran, Kingman, Lindsay Poague, SE Salina, Brittany Widrig, Beloit, Bailey Nickel, Scott City, Noelle Dooley, Garden Plain, Morgan Ediger, Cimarron, Abbi Demel, Hoisington, Kylee Poague, SE-Saline, Jacey Goetz, Sacred Heart, Claire Theis, Kingman, ; 3.
Allie Twietmeyer, Cheney, ; 5. Eva Koopman, Cimarron, ; 6. Lindsay Poague, SE-Saline, Bailey Ambrosier, Norton, ; 2. Erica Sweeney, Wellsville, ; 3. Alicia Maloney, Marion, ; T4. Ocean Paul, Beloit, ; 7. Naomi Bader, Douglass, ; 8. Natalie Sanders, Hoisington, Jillian Johnson, Fredonia, ; 3. Emily Gartner, Hiawatha, ; 6. Alec Melvin, Norton, ; 7. MacKenzie Freeman, Silver Lake, Jordan Puvogel, Hiawatha, Heather Ruder, TMP, Emily Sechrist, Hillsboro, Aundrea Koger, Osage City, Klair Gibson, Douglass, Emily Newhouse, Wellsville, Suzzanah Wright, Douglass, Devyn Smith, Belle Plaine, Meagan Garrett, Sabetha, ; 2.
Eva Koopman, Cimarron, ; 3. Kaitlyn Shoemaker, Silver Lake, ; T4. Conner Schultz, Riverside, ; 2. Cadence Bourne, Garden Plain, ; 3. Lindsay Poague, SE-Saline, ; 5. Noelle Dooley, Garden Plain, ; 2. Natalie Dooley, Garden Plain, ; 4. Miranda Ostlund, Haven, ; 5. Jena Black, Halstead, ; 6. Emily Gartner, ; 7.
Michaela Stallbaumer, Nemaha Valley, ; 8. Sara Echelberry, Conway Springs, Allison Zerbe, Mission Valley, ; 2. Carlea Holt, Cheney, ; 3. Shaylyn Stallbaumer, Nemaha Valley, ; 4. Jena Black, Halstead, ; 5. Allie Twietmeyer, Cheney, ; 6. Heidi Heininger, Sabetha, ; 7. Neyelly LaPoint, SW ; 8. Miranda Ostlund, Haven, Trevin WIens, Meade, Trevor Axelson, Plainville, Dalton Werner, Plainville, Austin Mettling, Central-Burden, Alex Jackson, Lincoln, Joshua Owens, Lyndon, Cody Savage, Canton-Galva, Zachary Brzon, Republic County, Trevin Wiens, Meade, Ramsey Stramel, Herington, Jordan Forbit, Elkhart, Ethan Wright, Little River, Weston Rothchild, Smith Center, Eric Mellenbruch, Jackson Heights, Jensen Lemmon, Maranatha, Shawn Manning, Maranatha, Trever Powell, Kiowa County, Grant Garst, Inman, 1: Kyle Oglesbee, Ellinwood, 1: Israel Barco, Elkhart, 2: Trenton Kuhlman, Republic County, 2: Joshua Mehl, Leoti, 2: Arne Lonberger, Lincoln, 2: Mark Sutton, Oxford, 2: Caleb Henderson, Maranatha, 2: Grant Garst, Inman, 4: Joshua Mehl, Leoti, 4: Israel Barco, Elkhart, 4: Pedro Montoya, Ellinwood, 4: Mark Sutton, Oxford, 4: Dylan Hodgson, Washington County, 4: Dallas Edwards, Jefferson North, 4: Forrest Freyer, Ell-Saline, 4: Josh Burdine, Solomon, Gabe Holmes, Berean Academy, Nick Hixon, Plainville, Hayden Borth, Meade, Gabriel Clark, Lyndon, Marques Logan, Stanton County, Austin Maxwell, Stering, Kal Hamm, Marais des Cygnes, Kirk Engelland, Sterling, Patrick Ringering, Ellinwood, Guhr, Berean Academy, Chris Hardaway, Meade, Austin Maxwell, Sterling, Wyatt Flinn, Rock Hills, ; 2.
Jake Peters, South Gray, ; 3. Bradey Chard, Plainville, ; 4. Morgan Davis, Meade, ; 5. Joseph Walsh, Lyndon, ; 6. Jed Dierksen, Sterling, ; 7. Trenton Miller, Uniontown, ; 8. Kameron Wiebe, Berean Academy, Pedro Montoya, Ellinwood, 9: Israel Barco, Elkhart, 9: Dylan Hodgson, Washington County, 9: Mark Sutton, Oxford, Forrest Dreyer, Ell-Saline, Caleb Davis, Kiowa County, Wynter Wiebke, Lincoln, Morgan Feemster, Ellinwood, Josh Burdine, Solomon, ; 2.
Matthew Bauer, Pleasanton, ; 3. Lakin Liebst, Medicine Lodge, ; 4. Mason DeMars, Solomon, ; T5. Josh Burdine, Solomon, ; 3.
Preston Coffman, Pleasanton, ; 2. Quinn Kendrick, Stanton County, ; 3. Kyle Dupree, Syracuse, ; 4. Meitler, Smith Center, ; 5. Briar Belcher, Maranatha, ; 6. David Perez, Kiowa County, ; 7. Ryan Adams, Berean Academy, ; 8. Key Keller, Oakley, Jed Dierksen, Sterling, ; 2. Wyatt Flinn, Rock Hills, ; 3. Brett Herrs, Washington County, ; 5. Henry Friesen, South Gray, ; 6. Dakota Jiskra, Lyndon, ; 8. Caleb Niehues, Jackson Heights, Damien Odle, Kiowa County, ; 2.
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He also holds the school record in discus with and held the school shot put record. In basketball he scored a game high 29 points while averaging Hiebert held the school record in high hurdles and was second at state. He also ran the m hurdles, had a high jump ofand shot put of Peters was a setter for the Classs 2Astate runner-up volleyball team in She was a two-time serving percentage leader in the state all classes in and She holds the Goessel school record in the m at Richert helped lead the GHS basketball team to a first-ever state tournament berth inaveraging 18 points per game.
She attended Southwestern College after high school, where she was inducted into the Southwestern Athletics Hall of Fame. Schmidt holds the school high jump record at and was the 1A state champion as a freshman, second as a sophomore, tied for second as a junior, and fourth as a senior, competing against jumpers who were later NCAA champions and Olympians. When a 4th grader, he set a national record in the AAU Junior Olympics high jump in the and under division, a record which still stands today.
He was a four-year varsity basketball player, leading the team in minutes during his freshman year. A three-sport athlete, Schmidt was best known for track, winning five state gold medals and twelve total. She was a key part of the Goessel girls' state runner-up teams in and Schmidt also holds school records in m hurdles, m hurdles, long jump and triple jump.
She was the leading hitter on a sub-state finals volleyball team. During her sophomore and junior years, she was named to the All-state honorable mention list for basketball and the second team All-state her senior year. She had 1, career points, averaging She also charted 90 steals and 75 assists during her basketball career. Stucky was a four-year starter for volleyball, breaking the school record for kills in a season with and kills in a career, which ranked her 10th on the all-time, all-class record list in Kansas.
The Kansas Volleyball Coaches Association did not select any all-state teams in Stucky played varsity basketball four years and was named All-HOA League first team two years, All-State honorable mention two years, and scored a school record 34 points in a regional game against Centre.
She scored 1, career points and had rebounds. Unrau was the first Goessel boy to win four individual medals at state, including state champion and school record holder in the m hurdles, second in the m hurdles, fifth in the m dash, and fifth in the m dash. He was also eighth in the m hurdles at the KU Relays. He was a starter on the sub-state finals basketball team. He was quarter back on the football team, passing for yards and rushing for yards in a season.
Voth holds the GHS long jump record with He was on the school record 4xm relay team as well. He was a tailback on the football team and named All-League first team and All-state honorable mention.
His stats include 2, career yards with 1, yards and 22 touchdowns recorded in his senior year. He was a point guard on the sub-state basketball team and named All-League first team. He holds the school record for assists in a game 13 and season assists His career included points. He is remembered as a tremendous leaper and at 5' 9" could dunk the basketball. Wedel was a center-fielder on Goessel's best baseball team, which was ranked first in the state in He was a key player on the basketball team, the best team in history to that point, with a record of He scored career points in three years and had a point game.
Wedel was a pitcher on Goessel's best baseball team, ranked first in the state. The team had a record.
Wedel threw strikeouts in nine games. He is fifth on the all-class, all-time Kansas baseball list for strikeouts in a season. He was a leading player on the basketball team, racking up a career points in three seasons, including a point game.
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Woelk was the Class B State Champion in the mile run, with a time of 4: One of Goessel's top quarterbacks of all time, leading the Bluebirds to a State elite 8 in In Basketball a tough low post player able to score low against anyone.
Set school record for points in a game at Led team to State Tournament Final Four in Volleyball and Basketball player, 4-year varsity Volleyball. Led team to State Tournament in 05 and Substate finals in Recorded career kills and blocks.
Continued playing at Hesston College. Football receiver, return specialist, and kicker. Basketball slashing guard drove the team to a Class 1A Final Four finish in senior year In Track, he is Goessel's most outstanding boy track athlete ever, after winning a total of 6 golds at State. Competed at KU Relays in Broke year old school records in the m dash Led the Boys team to 3 consecutive State Runner-up Trophies.