The New Berlin Eisenhower boys ran away with the Woodland Outdoor Championships on May 17 at New Berlin West, beating Pewaukee by 48 points.
The last time Eisenhower boys won an outdoor conference championship was 25 years ago in 1991. The Lions scored 174 points and had individual first-place finishes from junior Joey Scaffidi, sophomore Bryce Miller and senior captain Jake Rastas.
Scaffidi won the 100-meter dash with a personal-record 11.04 seconds. He also finished fourth in the 200 dash (22.77),
Miller won the 800 run in 2 minutes, 1.90 seconds and also took fifth in the 400 with a PR of 52.46.
Rastas leapt 6 feet, 2 inches to win the high jump and took fifth in the 300 intermediate hurdles (44.72).
The 4x100-meter relay won in 45.11 (senior John Manley, sophomore Jake Belongia, sophomore Jayden Olson and senior captain Sean Broihier).
The 4x200 relay also took first in 1:34.18 (Scaffidi, Belongia, Olson, junior Sean Moore).
The 4x800 relay was second in 8:36.14 (senior Andy Schrom, sophomore Danny Browne, senior Noah Fetherston, senior Zaborowski).
Broihier placed in three events. He took second in the 100 (11.06) and 200 (22.59) and eighth in the long jump (18-83/4).
Senior captain Matt Cavanaugh also placed in three events, taking second in the 1,600 (4:31.62) and the 3,200 (9:48.19) and fourth in the 800 (2:04.58).
Senior Jordan Canady was the third Lion to place in three events, taking second in the long jump (20-5), fourth in the 400 (51.98) and fifth in the 200 (22.86).
Senior Armani Triggs was third in the high jump with a PR 5-10 and fifth in the triple jump (41-3). Moore was third in the 110 high hurdles with a PR 15.59 seconds and third in the 300 intermediate hurdles (42.33).
The 4x400 relay finished third in 3:31.16 (Rastas, Belongia, Olson, Miller).
Senior Andrew Stachnik was fifth in the high jump (5-10) and sixth in the 110 high hurdles with a PR 17.73 seconds.
Schrom was fifth in the 800 (2:05.97), Zaborowski was fifth in the 3,200 (10:12.75), senior Tyler Komor was sixth in the long jump (19-11/2) and Manley was seventh in the 100 with a PR 11.62 seconds.
'It was an overall team effort for our boys team,' coach Billy Simon said. 'We had 17 different boys score points for us. That really says something about the depth of this team. Our No. 2 and No. 3 athletes in some of these events came in and really lit it up.'