Freshman watch


#43

Jacobs is running indoor conference tonight as SPASH’S 3rd entry with Franz and Lepak.


#44

2:05 and change for 5th place for Jacobs.

Roisin Willis was 56.? In the 400 and won the 200 but cant recall the time


#45

Excellent indoor time for a freshman


#46

Zach Scharbarth is running the 3200. He is the SPASH 3 seed. Tough gig for a guy who spent most of the winter swimming. His finish of 10:10.86 isnt attention drawing fast, but beating his two teammates who are usually pretty tough bodes well for him as the season progresses.


#47

doubling a freshman indoors, wise??


#48

Aidan Manning frosh Verona 2:05, 4:42 so far


#49

WH, are you referring to Roisin Willis? She actually tripled, running the 4x4 as well.


#50

I think He is speaking of the Waukesha north athlete who ran the 1 and 2 mile in conference


#51

That’s correct GFTW - it was Wills not Willis i was talking about. Racing on the short track 3 miles around curves put a lot of stress on the young legs. Maybe it works out but what do the have to prove this early in the season. Obviously a talent to watch. Hope to be watching him in June however.


#52

@ccnoob I think 10:10 indoors for a freshman is definetly post worthy and an excellent time as anyone who breaks 10 outdoors as a freshman is legit. It’s more common than it used to be but still a big deal. Also congrats on the indoor mile and 800 conference championship


#53

She almost doesn’t count as this thread is more for males than females given top freshman for females can make/win state and are already recognized but because their is interest I will mention Kayci martenson opened up outdoors running a 2:17 800 winning by 20 seconds


#54

Adam Jeter from Milwaukee Hamilton ran 23.2 this week finishing third behind 2 Franklin runners. Could be a sub 22.5 freshman before the season is done. That’s someone who can be relevant as a sophmore next year at state. As an aside, second in that race was carter Snelson who ran 23 flat after running a 11.65 100 meters and finishing 4th. Perhaps there was a little wind in his face given the winner Elijah Johnson only ran 11.1, I don’t know. 23 flat is decent for April, However if his top end 100 speed doesn’t improve he should consider following his brothers footsteps in the 800 as a senior, although for now given I haven’t seen anyone run a fast 400 I would stay the course only cuz the 400 field may be easier than the 800 field: