The New Berlin Eisenhower boys track and field team won the Woodland Conference Indoor Championship by 39 points on April 8 at UW-Parkside.
The Lions scored 131.5 points, well ahead of second-place Pewaukee (92.5), finishing with six first-place finishes.
'These boys would not be denied on Friday,' coach Billy Simon said. 'We have been within single digits of first in indoor conference the last two seasons, and they weren't about to let that happen a third time.
'I am pretty sure the last time Eisenhower won indoor conference was in the early 90s, so it feels good to get back on top. I am so proud of the strides these boys have made, and this is just the tip of the iceberg for them.'
Sean Broihier had a big day (all-conference). He won the 55-meter dash in 6.98 seconds and finished third in the 200 (24.12) and fourth in the long jump (20 feet, 41/4 inches).
Matt Cavanaugh took first in the 3,200 (personal record 10:04.52) and second in the 1,600 with a school-record time (4:31.82), while Jordan Canady won the 400 (53.13) and took sixth in the triple jump (39-7).
Sean Broihier has been a man among boys so far this season, and that didn't spot on Friday. He placed in all four of his events, including conference gold in the 55 dash and 4x200 relay.
Bryce Miller won the 800 in 2 minutes, 6.17 seconds.
'Matt Cavanaugh continued his solid season and successfully took on a tough 1,600 and 3,200 double,' Simon said. 'Despite fighting through some sickness, Jordan Canady had a big day for us as well. Bryce Miller had a monster day. You will be hearing a lot about Broihier, Canady, Cavanaugh and Miller this season. These guys are the real deal.'
Two relay winners were the 4x200 relay with a school-record time (1:34.46 10) behind Broihier, Jake Belongia, Dakota Grzesk and Sean Moore and the 4x400 relay (3:36.28) behind Canady, Stephen Halusan, Tyler Komor and Miller.
The 4x800 relay took second (8:45.46) behind Andrew Schrom, Jack Lodermeier, Miller and Steve Zaborowski.
Three individual runners-up were Moore in the 55 hurdles (8.73), Schrom in the 800 (2:11.36) and Jake Rastas in the high jump (J6-9).
Rounding it out
Andrew Stachnik was fourth in high jump (J5-8); Joey Scaffidi was fifth in the 55 dash (7.17) and sixth in the 200 (24.66); and Zaborowski were sixth in the 3,200 (PR, 10:33.38).
Stephen Halusan took seventh in the 400 (PR, 54.53), and Dakota Grzesk was eighth in the long jump (PR, 19-21/2).
W/TFA State Indoor
Eisenhower placed 10th out of 43 teams at the W/TFA State Indoor Championships on April 9 at the DLK Kachel Field house at UW-Whitewater.
Broihier was fifth in the 55 dash (6.67), Canady was fifth in the 400 (51.71), Miller was sixth in the 800 (2:00.28) and Cavanaugh was eighth in the 800 (2:01.43).
The 4x400 relay finished sixth (3:32.81) behind Canady, Miller, Halusan and Komor, and the 4x200 relay was seventh (1:34.74) behind Broihier, Scaffidi, Belongia and Canady.
Bay Port won (43), and the Lions scored 17 points.
April 8, UW-Parkside
Results —1) New Berlin Eisenhower (131.5),2) Pewaukee (92.5), 3) Wauwatosa West (71), 4) South Milwaukee (52.5), 5) Cudahy (49.5), 6) Brown Deer (44.5), 7) Shorewood (42), 8) Whitnall (32), 9) Pius XI (22), 10) Greenfield (21), 11) New Berlin West (18.5),12) Greendale (8)