Kralovetz watch


#1

Definitely one of my favorite hometown heroes on the year after she ran in the 17:40s at state last fall.
Kralovetz opened up with a hand-timed 11:40 at the Sheboygan Acuity Fieldhouse on 3/15, looks to have jogged. Then she ran to her ability Tuesday at Oshkosh wining by a landslide over D2 foe Vosters:


Event 5  Girls 1600 Meter Run Division 2
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    Name                    Year School                  Seed     Finals  H# Points
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  1 Kralovetz, Leah              Denmark              5:27.36    5:10.69   3  10   
  2 Vosters, Lauren              Freedom              5:32.70    5:25.11   3   8   
  3 Roeglin, Ellie               L.C. Lutheran        5:40.00    5:43.86   3   6   
  4 Cavanaugh, Jill              Port Washington      5:50.00    5:52.35   3   5   
  5 Erlandson, Katie             Port Washington      5:55.00    5:54.61   3   4   
  6 Stimac, Mira                 Port Washington      5:55.00    5:55.98   2   3   
  7 Mueller, Ellie               Kiel                 6:04.55    6:03.36   2   2   
  8 LeCloux, Lydiah              Southern Door        5:52.00    6:04.72   3   1   

This takes over the current state lead by 7.5 seconds.

I think this girl is our answer to Katelynn Hart of Glenbard West who ran 4:48 last week at the IL Top Times Meet. However, I don’t think we’d see this type of time from her until state. What do people think? I think she is 4:48/10:25 material on her best days.


#2

Although I didn’t highlight her in the palatine post, Krolovetz will be running the 3200 and has a shot at putting down a huge seasonal pr and time that likely leads the honor roll standings until state meet if she runs well. Last year hart was one of the few Illinois rockstars to skip this meet and I don’t believe she signed up yet this year either. That being said Illinois may not have any other sub 10 candidates but they have plenty of other sub 10:30 runners. On the girls side I am very curious to see how fast Roison Willis can run a mile but without hart there it may be a fast pace but not necessarily a sub 4:45 pace. If hart shows up a sub 4:40 is not out of the question especially if she doesn’t want to deal with Roison Willis kick she may set an fierce pace which she is capable of doing at any distance as hart is very strong mentally and has ran hard from the lead as recently as foot locker where she was winning until the final few meters


#3
Section  2                                                         
  1 Morris, Alex              12 Naperville (North)    10:25.95M   
  2 Lopez, Abby               11 Argo Community        10:30.52M   
  3 Giron, Fatima             11 Round Lake            10:32.68M   
  4 Watcke, Emma              11 Hinsdale (Central)    10:34.79M   
  5 Kralovetz, Leah           12 Denmark               10:35.63M   
  6 Revord, Mckenna           11 Hinsdale (Central)    10:47.67    
  7 Roller, Lydia             10 Staunton              10:50.25    
  8 Moneysmith, Laurel        12 WW South              10:50.43    
  9 Borowiak, Olivia          12 Yorkville             10:51.23    
 10 Gordon, Aspen             12 Morton                10:54.52    
 11 Burns, Emily              12 Lake Zurich           10:55.98    
 12 Weidner, Melissa          12 Downers South         11:00.67    
 13 Tosic, Kelli              11 Grayslake (North)     11:01.15    
 14 Van Eck, Vivian           12 Minooka               11:09.51    
 15 Scott, Emily R.           11 Naper Central         11:29.40    
 16 Allen, Merrigan           10 Lincoln-Way Central   11:33.87    
 -- Schwartz, Jenna           12 Waterloo                   DNS    
 -- Lechowicz, Kate           12 Palatine                   D