Division 1 Girls State Cross Country Meet Team Results

Wisconsin Rapids(OnFocus) – Middleton easily took first in the Girls’ Division 1 State Cross Country Meet on Saturday. Madison West took second with 150 points.

1. Middleton
1 3 7 18 32 (52) = 61
Lauren Pansegrau 12, Zaira Malloy-Salgado 11, Madeleine Blust 12,
Elizabeth Schwartz 11, Amalia Morner 12, Natalie Ahn 12
2. Madison West
8 10 42 43 47 (88)(126) = 150
Haddie Ryan 11, Genevieve Nashold 12, Bailey Wieland 12, Cecily Greblo
12, Sophie Stephenson 10, Mattie Sloan 11, Celia Wallace 10
3. Muskego
6 15 21 54 56 (69)(101) = 152
Rachel Helm 12, Sarah Martens 11, Olivia Pietras 11, Olivia Serdynski
9, Zoriana Zembrowski 10, Lindy Niemiec 11, Isabella Beeck 11
4. Whitefish Bay
17 30 35 37 40 (49) (77) = 159
Natalie Miller 11, Mary Block 10, Caroline Davis 12, Lydia Miller 11,
Kate Nicolet 9, Lily Kriegel 10, Maya Stevic 11
5. Menomonie
4 22 39 44 51 (82) (94) = 160
Isabella Jacobsen 11, Ali Ruch 12, Anna Imsande 11, Helen Chen 12,
Madeline Palmer 12, Brooklyn Hoff 10, Emma Momnsen 12
6. Kaukauna
11 27 29 41 63 (71) (84) = 171
Sydney Fauske 10, Alexa Kinas 10, Megan Kennedy 12, McKenna Lowe 9,
Kyla Laabs 9, Lauren Pruno 9, Hailie Peters 11
7. Arrowhead
9 19 26 53 87 (100)(107) = 194
Anne Straka 10, Libby Ray 10, Lucy Duchac 12, Presley Hansen 12,
Rebecca Barnes 10, Avry Lindmark 10, Elle Brunner 9
8. Neenah
25 28 55 58 64 (83) (93) = 230
Rachel Dietrich 10, Lauren Tears 11, Izabel Schmidt 9, Mazie Olkowski
9, Hadley Hackinson 12, Lexi Dorner 10, Brooke Veith 9
9. Appleton North
33 34 38 60 76 (95)(122) = 241
Anika Nettekoven 12, Karissa Smith 11, Katherine Kleist 10, Lily
Kramer 11, Molly Killian 10, Katherine Matheus 10, Francesca Augelli
11
10. Sun Prairie
16 20 57 67 85 (92)(125) = 245
Reagan Zimmerman 12, Jojo Knauss 9, Grace Kline 11, Shaela Elert 9,
Ali McCaughtry 9, Bella Keefe 12, Natalie Johnson 12
11. Wauwatosa East
13 31 48 74 99 (129)(135) = 265
Nadia Phillips 11, Chiara White 11, Lauren Dapelo 10, Cailin Olenchek
12, Lily Knaack 10, Isabella Drewek 12, Kate McCaffrey 11
12. Kimberly
24 46 72 73 79 (96)(106) = 294
Danielle Van Grinsven 12, Jillian Krueger 10, Sam Harke 11, Dee Vassar
9, Gabby Allard 11, Erika Leipold 11, Isabella Giesen 12
13. Badger
14 50 86 89 102 (117)(134) = 341
Molly Deering 9, Mya Lenz 10, Kate Hoover 12, Brooklyn Flies 9,
Kennedy Monge 9, Delaney Deering 9, Skye Genrich 12
14. Hudson
5 59 62 103 115 (116)(121) = 344
Haley Loewe 10, Lyla Vlcek 9, Ryleigh White 11, Ella Carstensen 10,
Rebecca Belany 10, Ruby Mitchell 11, Manon Field 12
15. Oregon
12 65 68 97 105 (109)(120) = 347
Dasha Vorontsov 11, Libby Beirne 11, Grace Riedl 12, Amelia Hermanson
12, Belah Fry 10, Mari Ceaca-Villa 10, Bella Murphy 12
16. Kenosha Indian Trail
61 66 75 78 112 (114)(128) = 392
Alissa Taylor 11, Kate Herrmann 10, Payton Scoggin 12, Audrey Shreve
10, Elliana Knudsen 12, Grace Kozel 10, Rachel Helmke 10
17. Beaver Dam
36 45 70 118 127 (132)(136) = 396
Leah Burchardt 11, Kylie Hackbarth 10, Mila Westra 10, Brooklyn Tonn
11, Corey Gundert 12, Jessica Redman 11, Rebecca Rydzewski 12
18. Oak Creek
2 91 98 111 137 (138)(139) = 439
Isabela Ross 12, Avery Sell 10, Lauren Jacobs 11, Kalie Freiberg 12,
Callie Fadness 10, Alivia Derks 12, Bella Delgado 10
19. Oshkosh West
23 81 104 108 130 (131)(133) = 446
Braelee Jodarski 10, Taylor Guido 12, Faith Galica 11, Laina Hammen 10,
Bailey Wright 12, Alaina Palomaki 12, Emma Schmidt 12
20. Franklin
80 90 110 113 119 (123)(124) = 512
Hana Smith 10, Madison Gramblicka 10, Reagan Svicek 10, Hannah Ross 11,
Dru Davis 12, Claire Wood 12, Madison Stackhouse 12

 

Six Teams and Individuals Crowned WIAA Cross Country Champions

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David Keech is a math teacher in Wisconsin Rapids and public address announcer for Abbotsord High School. He officiates basketball, baseball, and softball in central Wisconsin. He has reported on amateur sports since 2011, known as 'KeechDaVoice.' David can be reached at [email protected]