The Brookfield Central girl track and field team participated in the New Berlin West Invite on March 16 and won the Performance Running Outfitters Invitational hosted by Wisconsin Lutheran on March 19 at UW-Parkside.
Central took six first-place finishes, including one relay at New Berlin West, to begin the week.
Alexis Canitz won the 1,600-meter run in 6 minutes, 33.04 seconds, Emily Smith won the 3,200 (12:07.14), Caitlin Locante won the 55 hurdles (9.40) and Yasi Shah won the long jump (14 feet, 4 inches).
Shannon Kebisek won the triple jump (31-5) and finished third in the long jump (13-8).
The 4x400 relay also finished first (4:55.09).
Michelle Hirsch in the 800 (2:38.46) and Taylor Latona in the triple jump (31-1/2) both took second. Also finishing second were the 4x160 relay (1:40.66), the 4x240 relay (2:32.66) and the 4x800 relay (11:18.30).
Four more Lancers finished third: Rachel Illgen, 800 (2:48.89); Locante, pole vault (8-2); Sarah Uczen, triple jump (30-1); and Tori Kost, shot put (30-5).
Dana Shudy and Cami Herman tied for fourth in the high jump (4-6).
Central beat Wauwatosa West, 99-59, to secure the Performance Running Outfitters Invitational hosted by Wisconsin Lutheran at UW-Parkside.
The highlight was a record-breaking performance by the 4x800 relay, which took first (9:59.48) behind Emily Smith, Michelle Hirsch, Emma Kumer and Lucy Kwiatkowski. The old record (10:19.24) was set on March 21, 2015, by Wisconsin Lutheran (Janik, Weide, Kuske, Konkol).
Olivia Zwebber in the 3,200 (12:18.82), Alejandra Peralta-Werns in the 55 hurdles (9.19) and the 4x400 relay (4:13.62) with Rachel Hirsch, Miller, Lexi Romero and Katie Smith all won their events.
Caitlin Locante finished second in the 55 low hurdles (9.60) and third in the pole vault (9-0).
The 4x200 relay was second (1:51.14) behind Georgina Eberle, Hope Peterson, Romero and Marissa Zepecki.
Miller in the 400 (1:02.45), Emma Kumer in the 800 (2:29.39) and Abby Mauermann in the 1,600 (5:22.12) all finished third.
Eberle took fourth in the 55 dash (7.58), Leah Neustedter fifth in the 1,600 (5:26.38) and Latona fifth in 55 low hurdles (10.23).