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“Where, O death, is your victory? Where, O death, is your sting?" The sting of death is sin, and the power of sin is the law. But thanks be to God! He gives us the victory through our Lord Jesus Christ. Therefore, my dear brothers and sisters, stand firm. Let nothing move you. Always give yourselves fully to the work of the Lord, because you know that your labor in the Lord is not in vain.   - 1 Corinthians 15:55-58

Pacer Track & Field Weekly News and Notes (click here)

Check here for weekly up to date information on Pacer Track & Field.

Track & Field Records

I just finished updating a few records on our webpage. First, I updated the Metro Classic Conference records as they were not updated after last year's meet and there were several conference meet records broken both last year and this year. 
Second, I updated our Girls' School Records to include the NEW 4x200m Relay (800m Relay) record that our girls set on Saturday afternoon. Angelina Innamorato, Kyrie Patterson, Madelyn Kassulke, and Rebekah Salfer combined to run a 1:50.22 which broke the previous record (set in 2012) of 1:50.68. Congratulations, ladies!
Freshman Sam Malliet high jumped 6’ on Wednesday at the conference meet which tied the conference meet record! You’ll see Sam's name listed with two other guys in the Metro Classic records on our website. 

Week 12 Comments

This past week was a very busy week for our athletes but the Lord blessed them with some awesome team results: Two conference championships (Boys and Girls!) and a regional championship for the boys on Saturday! This week we turn our attention to the Sectional meet which takes place on Thursday at Wisconsin Lutheran High School. We have 18 male athletes and 11 female athletes who have qualified as competitors and/or relay alternates. Any athlete or relay team that finishes in the top 4 of an event on Thursday qualifies for the WIAA State Meet which will take place the following weekend in La Crosse. Practices leading up to the State Meet will be determined once we know who has qualified.

Please see the news and notes for this week: T&F Weeks 12-13
Specific items to note:
  • If you are attending the Sectional meet on Thursday, please make sure to STAY IN THE BLEACHERS OR OTHER DESIGNATED SPECTATOR AREAS. There are specific coaching boxes for each event and only coaches are allowed in those areas. We were scolded on Saturday by the officials but thankfully they did not disqualify the competitors involved in the events in question. The officials will not be so kind at Sectionals as the rules are strictly enforced. Please don't get one of our athletes DQ'ed by being somewhere you don't belong or by showing them video outside of the coaching boxes. 
  • If you are attending the Sectional meet on Thursday, DO NOT PARK IN THE PICK N SAVE PARKING LOT AS YOU WILL BE TOWED!
  • Friday we our asking our entire team to get together one last time after school. Exams on Friday finish at 12:12pm and then we will feed the kids lunch (please send $3 to help defray the cost) before cleaning up and putting away all of our equipment. After cleaning up, we will have a short team party to celebrate the season. All will be done by 3:30pm. 


Additional Week 11 Comments
While this only applies to the families of kids who will compete in the Regional meet on Saturday, we just received word from the WIAA that the Division 2 and Division 3 regional meets at our site will be run concurrently instead of back-to-back. This means that the meet will be significantly longer as there will be double the events. 
The original end time that I put on the News and Notes document was an overestimate of 2:30pm. Now, the WIAA has said to expect a finish time of 4:00pm. Hopefully that is as late as we have to stay as many of our athletes are also planning on participating in the Showcase Night and Spring Concert here at Shoreland on Saturday night. 

We will do our best to get our entries put together and posted so that families can make plans for transportation in case your child needs to leave the meet early to get back to Shoreland on time. If you have any questions or concerns, please let me know.

News & Notes - Week 11 - COMMENTS

Happy Mother's Day to all of you mothers out there! High school children often struggle to share their feelings of gratitude with their parents but please know that they do in fact love and cherish you. From all of the track coaches, thank you, moms, for all that you do for your kids!
To track & field business, here is the link to this week's news: Week 11 T&F 
Major items to note: 
  • JV athletes completed their season yesterday with the meet at WLHS. They are welcome to join us for practice still but are not required to do so. If you are unsure as to whether or not your child needs or should come to practice still, please email me (Huebner) to ask. 
  • Monday we host the pole vault portion of our Metro Classic Conference meet. We are also having a team spaghetti dinner thanks to Coach Proeber. That meal will take place between 5:30-6:30pm in the commons. The T&F program will cover all costs. 
  • Wednesday we compete in the Metro Classic Conference meet which is one of the big highlights of the year. The meet will take place at Martin Luther HS in Greendale. Depending on what time we finish, we may stop for food or perhaps just ice cream at Kopp's which is just up the road from MLHS. 
  • Saturday we compete in the WIAA Regional Meet at West Allis Athletic Complex (Nathan Hale HS campus). This is a HUGE change by the WIAA as Regional meets are supposed to take place on Monday, May 20th. We will make the most of the adjusted schedule and our kids will compete to the fullest on a Saturday morning instead of a Monday night. For newer parents, the Regional meet is the beginning of the WIAA tournament series. In order to move on to the next round (Sectionals - Thursday, May 23) an individual or relay team must place in the top 4 at the Regional meet.

WIAA Regional Date Change

Our assigned Regional for the WIAA Track & Field meet has been without a host site for some time. Just this morning we were informed that the WIAA has decided to have our Regional meet take place at West Allis Central/Hale. While this is a fine location, the WIAA has also CHANGED THE DATE of the regional meet to SATURDAY, MAY 18TH which is a few days before the originally scheduled date of Monday, May 20th. 
We will send more details as we receive them but thought I would share the word with all of you as soon as possible so you can adjust schedules accordingly. Thanks.
News & Notes - Week 10 - COMMENTS
Highlights include the Kenosha County meet at Tremper HS on Tuesday afternoon/evening. Here are the entries for that meet: Kenosha County Entries . Meet information can be found on our website:
With multiple meets cancelled on us, we also added a JV meet this Saturday, May 11th, at Wisconsin Lutheran HS in Milwaukee. Details are included in the weekly news. Varsity athletes will likely have practice on Saturday morning here at Shoreland due to having no practice on Friday. 
The reason we don't practice Friday is because we host the LLAC Grade School Track & Field Meet here at Shoreland. ALL of our athletes and coaches participate in running the meet. A duty sheet will come out later this week but please plan on having your kids here until approximately 9pm on Friday. 

News & Notes - Week 9 - COMMENTS

Thank you so much for all of your help on Friday at our Pacer Relays. Coach Schmidt and I were very nervous about taking over such a big production but all of your volunteer work made the afternoon and evening fly by very smoothly. Your kids were also fantastic as competitors and helpers at the meet and it was truly a great team success.

Couple items of note: 
  • We have two meets this week. Tuesday at Waterford is a JV/Varsity meet meaning just about everyone will have a full slate of events. We will stop for supper (probably McDonald's) after the meet so if your child is riding the bus home with us, send some money if you like. 
  • Friday we compete in the Lutheran Invitational Track Meet (LIT) at Winnebago Lutheran Academy in Fond du Lac. This meet is varsity only and has a limited number of entries. We leave school pretty early for the hour and a half bus ride. We will stop for supper on the way home that night as well. JV athletes will NOT have practice on Friday. 
  • Wednesday is a weird day this week in that it is Senior Skip Day due to some special events and testing going on with Freshmen-Junior students. Seniors will have the day off from practice as well. 

News & Notes - Week 8 - COMMENTS

This is a very big week for us as we get to host our annual Pacer Relays at Union Grove High School on Friday. Thank you to everyone for your willingness to assist with running the meet as we could not put on such a big event without you. 
Please know that this is a very competitive, varsity-level meet and not everyone will get to compete. However, every one of our student-athletes will attend the meet on Friday one way or another because even if they are not competing, they will have assigned roles in helping run the meet. 
Thank you again for your help this week and we look forward to seeing many of you on Friday night!


This is the classic view of the calendar that you could easily print off and hang on the refrigerator. It includes dates for meets, and practice dates and times.

Track & Field Wish List

GPS ("GARMIN") WATCHES 3 250 750
RUBBERIZED TRACK*** 1 300,000 300,000
IPAD 1 200 200
Starting Block 2 150 300

Stuff Specifically for Pacer Track Coaches:

Paul Huebner

Paul Huebner

Head Track & Field Coach/Head Football Coach

Phone: (262) 939-0044

Corey Schmidt

Corey Schmidt

Head Track & Field Coach/Head Cross Country Coach

Phone: (262) 325-0935