Team wise, 2018 wasn’t the best of seasons for Chilton’s girls track squad. But veteran coach Rocky Gozdziewski just knows how to get his kids through to state. Mariah Moehn was the latest to qualify. Moehn is back and the Tigers look to overcome depth issues again this spring.
The 2019 Tiger preview:

CHILTON GIRLS TRACK AND FIELD
Head Coach-
Rocky Gozdziewski

2018 RECORD: Fifth in the Eastern Wisconsin Conference Championships; Third at WIAA Division 2 New Holstein Regional; One individual state qualifier.

2018 REVIEW: Mariah Moehn overcame some tense moments to earn her first trip to state.
Competing in the discus, Moehn was in fourth place following the preliminary round at sectionals with the top four getting state berths. She maintained that spot and qualified where she placed 16th at La Crosse. Maleny Capetillo was tenth in the 100 meter dash and the triple jump at sectional, and was 11th in the 200 dash.
Other sectional results saw the 4x100 relay of Reagan Brown, Kelsey Kobriger, Gabby Sell and Capetillo take 12th place. Brown was 14th and Tori Jacobs 16th in the long jump. The 4x800 relay team of Macey Franzen, Maggie Dawson, Molly Dawson and Lizzy Wagner was 16th, as was Hailie Hertz in the pole vault. Capetillo, Kobriger, the Dawson’s, Jacobs and Wagner were seniors, as was 2017 state qualifier Nicole Stiefvater.

2019 PREVIEW: Moehn returns in the throws along with Sara Weber. The Tiger relays also look to be solid as as Brown, Sell and Franzen are back. Hertz looks for another good year in the pole vault while Schumacher and Reegan Steiner will be key long distance runners. Courtney Ploeckelman joins Brown in the jumps with Kelli Sullivan back in the high jump.
Chilton’s roster is deeper than a year ago with 30 athletes, nine being seniors, and the Tigers could be a surprise team in the conference. Defending champ Kiel remains very strong with Brillion, Two Rivers and Valders being main challengers.