New Berlin West Tyler Thompson (left) clears the last hurdle during the boys 100 meter hurdles.
Credit: Pat A. Robinson photo
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Greenfield's Eli Streeter sets up to throw the discus.
Brown Deer's Andrew Lemense throws the discus.
Credit: Pat A. Robinson Photo
Shorewood's Sam Shields runs the 2nd leg of the boys 4x800 relay race.
Shorewood's Ari Schermer gets over the pole during the boys pole vault event.
Shorewood's Justin Rabon ran the last leg, and finished first place in the boys 4x400 meter relay race.
Runners collide at the beginning of the boys 1600 meter race.
New Berlin West's James Windorff runs the second leg of the boys 4x800 meter relay.
New Berlin West's Ben Meleski reaches out during the boys long jump.
Relay runners make a turn at Brown Deer high school May 13 during the Woodland Conference Track and Field Meet.
New Berlin West's Rachel Gasper in the girls high jump.
Tosa West's Azya McLin finished first in the girls 100-meter dash.
Whitnall pole vaulter Anthony Senthavisouk.
Whitnall's Meredith Heller (center) hits the finish line in the girls 100-meter hurdles race.
Whitnall's Jasmine Bickerstaff clears a hurdle in the girls 100-meter hurdles race.
Shorewood's Olajuwon Cawthon clears a hurdle in the boys 100-meter hurdles race.
Sisters Haley and Morgan Florsheim of Shorewood High School, win first and second place in the 1600-meter run.
New Berlin West's Marissa Myers wins first place in the girls 100-meter dash.
Wauwatosa West's Sonny Jackson in the boys 100-meter hurdles.
Wauwatosa West's Taylor Floyd Mews (left) and Patrick Campbell finished first and second in the boys 1600-meter run.
Wauwatosa West's Demaris Purifoy leads in heat three in the boys 100-meter dash.
Wauwatosa West pole vaulter Kou Vang clears the bar.
Woodland Conference teams gathered at Brown Deer High School for it's 2013 Outdoor Track and Field meet on May 13.
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