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The Brookfield East girls track and field team finished second at the 13-team Doug Johnson Invitational on March 23 at West Allis Central.

Brookfield Central scored 181.5 points to beat out Brookfield East (107) for the title, while West Allis Hale finished third (101.5). They were the only teams to reach 100 points.

The Spartans won two events, finished second in three and took home two thirds.

Bullen, McDonald first

Senior Allie Bullen won the 55-meter dash in 7.47, seconds and Madi McDonald took first in the pole vault (9 feet) to lead the Spartans.

Of the three second-place finishers, Angela Schmidt was the only individual runner-up with a second in the triple jump (33 feet, 1 inch).

Two relays also finished second: the 4x400-meter relay in 4 minutes, 39.76 seconds) behind Sierra Fischer, Sarah Werking, Katie Linhart and Emily Breider and the 4x800 relay (10:45.00) behind Gina Behling, Isabel Szablewski, Elizabeth Noel and Molly Perkins.

Three third-place finishes

The Spartans had three individuals place third: sophomore Gina Behling in the 400 wheelchair (1:11.09), junior Meg Swietlik in the 1,600 (5:45.77) and senior Elizabeth Noel in the 3,200 (13:02.25).

Four fourths

Isabel Szablewski took fourth in the 3,200 (14:09.32), and senior Molly Perkins was fourth in the 800 (2:45.93).

Also finishing fourth were Suzie Swietlik in the 200 (29.54) and sophomore Sophie Tasker in the 1,600 (6:11.53).

Four fifths

The 4x240 relay finished fifth in 2:36.90 (no names provided), as did Emily Breider in the long jump (14-71/4).

Senior Angela Schmidt took fifth in both the 55-meter dash (8.00) and the 200-meter dash (29.59).

Best of the rest

Tasker was sixth in the 800 (2:50.46), and Jalyn Byrd finished seventh in the triple jump (29-91/2).

There were four eighth-place finishes, including one relay — the 4x160 (1:38.96) behind Erin Donnelly, Elena Fayle, Christina Kirmis and McDonald.

Natalie Rouse finished eighth in shot put (28-11/2), as did Fayle in the long jump (14-11/2) and sophomore Ellie Burbach in the 400 wheelchair (1:14.48).