Kayci Martensen runs wild during D3’s day at the State Track and Field Meet

LA CROSSE, Wis — You couldn’t have scripted it any better for Benton-Scales Mound-Shullsburg’s Kayci Martensen. 3 events and 3 gold medals.


Martensen took home titles in the 1600, 800, and the 3200.

Fennimore’s Brynlee Nelson was just as impressive. The senior won the 400 and then anchored Golden Eagles to a 4×4 relay title. Nelson’s teammate, Izzy Bender, leaped her way to a high jump crown.


The Fennimore freshman set a new school record in the process clearing 5 feet 5 inches.
The Boscobel girls finished the 4×800 relay in 9:58.22 to win the event and become the first relay champion in school history.


And speaking on relays, the Lancaster girls flew by the competition in the 4×200 relay winning in a time of 1:46.69.


On the boys side Cuba City’s Jack Misky capped off his senior season with a discus title. Misky’s winning toss sailed 160 feet 4 inches.


And Lancaster’s Preston Noethe saved his best jump for his final jump of his high school career. Noethe leaped 22 feet 6.5 inches to not only win the long jump, but set a new school record.