RUSD was well represented at the WIAA State Track and Field Championships

That 2022 WIAA State Track & Field Championships took place on June 3rd and 4th. The competition took place at the Veterans Memorial Stadium Complex in La Crosse, Wisconsin. Racine Unified School District was fortunate to have various schools perform in the national competition.

Students from Case High School, Horlick High School and Park High School all competed successfully in the track and field events.

“The district was well represented at La Crosse in Division 1 competitions at the state track and field championships,” RUSD said.

Athletics achievements from three high schools:

case high school

Several Case High School athletes competed in Division 1 games. Larencio Muhammad was 23rd in the 400 meters. According to RUSD, Audry Amaya placed 14th in the 800. Amaya was also a team member of the 4×800 relay team. Other members of this relay team were Roselyn Pacheco, Amelia Wiesner and Emilia Altamiran. They placed 23rd in the national competition.

Horlick High School

Horlick High School was also successful with their season. The 4×400m relay team consisted of TJ Williams, Ayden Graham, Eric Rush, Jorge Sarabia, Reggie Hubbard, Jr. and Zarmarion Dyess. They placed 19th. Likewise, Reggie Hubbard, Jr. placed 17th in the 300 hurdles and 23rd in the 110 hurdles. TJ Williams placed third in both the 100 and 200 meters and won two medals.

Park Gymnasium

There was an achievement for 2 athletes from Park High School. Carter Sura was 22nd in the 3200m. Emmanuel Johnson earned a spot on the podium and won first place in the high jump at the 2022 WIAA State Track & Field Championships.


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