Division 2 State Cross Country Meet Team Results

Wisconsin Rapids (OnFocus) – Division 2 girls results from the WIAA State Cross Country Meet held Saturday saw Shorewood take first place and Notre Dame come in second.

1. Shorewood
1 8 11 15 19 (23) (51) = 54
Nathan Cumberbatch 11, William Frohling 11, Johan Bannink 10, Oskar
Bockhorst 12, Otto Duensing 11, Adam O’Connor 12, Ben Patte 12
2. Notre Dame
3 4 12 18 36 (43) (56) = 73
Conner Hawley 12, Isaac Nowak 11, Joseph Stumpf 11, Braeden Tilot 10,
Bryce Hawley 10, Jackson Fogarty 11, Beckett Chambers 11
3. Osceola
2 14 32 41 45 (54) (97) = 134
Quinn McDonald 12, Mason Hancock 11, Carver Lundholm 12, Ethan Hall 10,
Dylan Salewski 11, Brayden Bradway 11, Cooper Hennemann 10
4. Port Washington
6 13 37 38 63 (76) (91) = 157
Mason Raasch 12, Nate Meeks 12, Austin Rinke 12, Gabe Pasten 12, Alex
Anewenter 9, Bryce Grant 11, Finn Ritter 11
5. Dodgeville/Mineral Point
7 20 31 50 61 (77) (98) = 169
Will Aurit 12, Dylan Wasley 12, Cody Yoder 9, Layne Aurit 9, Joey
Robinson 11, Charlie Keith 11, Cal Dampf 12
6. Two Rivers
16 22 28 40 101 (103)(109) = 207
Eli Gallagher 9, Zach Fries 12, Carson Kadow 9, Brice Radandt 9, Caleb
Kurth 11, Bergen Schmid 9, Ekin Yang 9
7. West Salem
21 29 30 64 72 (84) (85) = 216
Brennan Garbers 10, Dawson Gronemus 11, Blaine Wheeler 12, Philip
Gabrielsen 9, Max Wolf 12, Vincent Schwarz 12, Drew Anderson 9
8. Shawano Community
10 34 35 59 82 (100)(110) = 220
Ethan Onesti 10, Andon Chelberg 10, Aidan Preston 11, Will Chelberg 10,
Connor Chelberg 10, Dane Adams 12, Brady Stomberg 12
9. Rhinelander
9 48 49 60 68 (75)(108) = 234
Callahan Laggis 12, Cody Ruetz 11, Jack Denamur 12, Ty Welk 12,
Greyson Gremban 9, Jaden Beske 12, Gavin Denis 10
10. Lakeside Lutheran
5 26 52 71 80 (83)(105) = 234
Cameron Weiland 10, Mark Garcia 10, Arnold Rupnow 11, Daniel Ertman 10,
Jonathan Abel 12, Will Hemling 9, Isaac Bilitz 10
11. New Glarus/Monticello
24 39 46 58 81 (90) (95) = 248
Tom Nelson 11, Evan Guenther 12, Braylon Hoesly 12, Brayden Ryan 12,
Ian Schwartzlow 11, Linden Lounsbury 11, Grayson Rodefeld 10
12. Winneconne
17 53 57 65 74 (93) (96) = 266
Josh Stone 12, Sam Sarbo 10, Beau Gilbert 10, Riggs Nelson 11, Reid
Cross 10, Bryce Gilbert 12, Evan Riley 12
13. Xavier
25 47 69 78 89 (111) = 308
Kenny Power 11, Noah Donnermery 10, Luke Krull 10, Patrick McGreevey
12, Ethan Gosling 12, Nate Hall 10
14. Gale-Ettrick-Trempealeau
42 44 66 73 88 (92) (94) = 313
Ethan Burmeister 12, Sam Ruiter 11, Carter Gold 12, Collin Handke 11,
Xander Burmeister 10, Lance Jumbeck 12, Oliver Marley 9
15. Northwestern
33 55 67 86 87 (99)(104) = 328
Emmett Johnson 11, Ian Kalin 11, Bennett Nelson 12, Morgan Martens 9,
Mark Jarman 11, Ryan Wick 12, Peter Kephart 11
16. Clinton
27 62 70 79 102 (106)(107) = 340
Reagan Flickinger 9, Quinn McCabe 11, Jost Hornbostel 11, Oliver
Melson 9, Hunter Greer 12, Nate Brandl 12, Dylan Yurs 9

Six Teams and Individuals Crowned WIAA Cross Country Champions

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David Keech
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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]