Wilmot’s Cullen Ketterhagen won three individual events to lead the Panthers to third-place overall at Thursday’s Central Falcon Invitational.

On the girls’ side, Tremper came home with four titles and finished second in the team standings.

Ketterhagen was first in the 110-hurdles (16.5), the 300-hurdles (42.56) and the long jump (19-11/2).

Other boys’ winners were the Tremper trio of Tyler Santi in the 200 (23.43), Gable Schmidt in the 800 (2:03.88) and Caleb Neill in the 1,600 (4:46.89); the Tremper 800-meter relay team of Brennan Eckert, Anton Baines, Josiah McCall and Ryley McCreary (1:36.31); Wilmot’s 3,200-meter relay team of Shawn Davis, Blake Zager, Kyle Diedrich and Alex Wank (9:09.29); and Central’s Niko Therman in the discus (136-7).

Waterford won the team title with 174 points, followed by Beloit Memorial with 144, Wilmot with 121, Tremper with 105 and Central with 72.

Rounding out the team scores were Union Grove with 51 points, Delavan-Darien with 20 and Salam with five.

On the girls’ side, Tremper’s Maddy Troy, Marissa Oksa and Faith Marschel each won individual events, as did the Trojans’ 400-meter relay team.

Troy was first in the 100 (12.95), Oksa won the 1,600 (5:59.97), and Marschel was first in the 3,200 (12:26.9).

Tremper’s 400-meter relay team of Ja’Miah Cochran, Isabella Allen, Kaylee McKeon and Troy was first in 51.41.

Wilmot had two first-place efforts, as the Panthers’ 3,200-team of Tara Nopenz, Gretta Cieslak, Katie Strother and Joshlyn DeLargy finished in 11:19.5, while Nyssa Zuehls won the pole vault at 9-6.

Waterford won the team title with 232 points, followed by Tremper with 115, Wilmot with 97.5, Central with 89 and Union Grove with 63.5.

Racine Horlick was sixth with 37, Beloit Memorial was seventh with 27, Salam had six and Delavan-Darien finsihed with one point.

Dan Truttschel