The Wauwatosa West boys track and field team finished third in the Woodland Indoor Championship on April 8 at UW-Parkside, winning three events in the process.
New Berlin Eisenhower (131.5 points) and Pewaukee (92.5) were the only teams before Tosa West (71), who was well before fourth-place South Milwaukee (52.5).
Two of the wins came in the field events.
Javaree Jackson won the shot put with a personal-best toss of 53-feet, 81/2 inches.
Jovani Jefferson won the pole vault with a leap of 12 feet, 6 inches.
Rounding out the winners was Christian Jackson, who took first in the 55-meter hurdles in 8.25 seconds.
'That was a wonderful surprise,' Jordan said of Jackson's performance.
The only second-place finish came from the 4x200-meter relay of Malik Bascom, Paris Howell, Michael Green and Christian Jackson as they ran in 1 minute, 36.37 seconds.
Ean Haller took third in the 55 hurdles (8.94), and Howell finished third in the high jump (5 feet, 8 inches).
The 4x800 relay of Jeremiah Cash, Josh Cash, Ngaru Nen and Logan Steinike also finished third in 8:53.51.
Two fifth-place finishes went to freshman Kyleon Parker in the 55 hurdles (9.39) and the 4x400 relay (3:44.50) behind Christian Jackson, Joshua Cash, Neu and Haller.
Nick Hagopian placed sixth in the pole vault (10 feet, 6 inches), and Bascom finished seventh in the 200 (24.68).
Two eighth-place finishes went to freshman Austin Ertl, who placed in the shot with a throw of 41-51/2, and Michael Green in the 55 dash (7.33).
'I was very happy with how we did,' Jordan said. 'I'm looking forward to the outdoor.'
April 8, UW-Parkside
Results —1) New Berlin Eisenhower (131.5), 2) Pewaukee (92.5), 3) Wauwatosa West (71),4) South Milwaukee (52.5), 5) Cudahy (49.5), 6) Brown Deer (44.5), 7) Shorewood (42), 8) Whitnall (32), 9) Pius XI (22), 10) Greenfield (21), 11) New Berlin West (18.5), 12) Greendale (8).