Medford Girls take 8th at Division 2 State Cross Country Meet

Wisconsin Rapids (OnFocus) – The Medford Girls took 8th at the WIAA Division 2 State Cross Country Meet on Saturday.

1. Dodgeville/Mineral Point
2 4 12 33 37 (48)(107) = 88
Ellie Robinson 9, Annie Robinson 9, Julia Thompson 11, Haylee Kearns
12, Grace Wersal 10, Addison Christopher 9, Regan Schuette 10
2. Shorewood
5 7 15 22 40 (62) (75) = 89
Isabella Lozier 12, Annika Elliott 12, Grace Optekar 12, Louisa Fowler
11, Amie Gronert 10, Kate Monahan 9, Anna Duensing 9
3. Freedom
8 11 34 53 54 (58) = 160
Claire Helmila 9, Gwen Hinz 12, Lydia Merrick 9, Grace Hambel 12,
Gracie Martzahl 9, Sami Vosters 9
4. Little Chute
9 13 19 51 69 (70) (90) = 161
Jessica Wilson 12, Ella Pahl 12, Ashley Wilson 9, Lauren Wegand 9,
Isabella Gillis 9, Sami Miller 9, Emily Fechter 12
5. Notre Dame
17 20 21 49 65 (68) (98) = 172
Lauren Conway 11, Anna Gruesen 12, Camille Broullire 10, Mia Miller 9,
Kinsey Gallagher 9, Mia Lemkuil 11, Zita Lulloff 10
6. Rice Lake
3 29 39 46 77 (93) (96) = 194
Alexi MacDonald 12, Norah Hastreiter 11, Lauren Holthaus 11, Julia
Holthaus 9, Olive Spagnolo 12, Jordan Roethel 12, Anna Lipke 9
7. Xavier
10 18 28 61 85 (92) (97) = 202
Annalise Minorik 10, Lilie Fouts 10, Josie Kwasny 10, Veronica Much 11,
Rae Willison 11, Lola Hunt 11, Catherine Higgins 12
8. Medford
23 25 44 55 56 (71) (81) = 203
Meredith Richter 10, Jennifer Kahn 12, Brooke Rudoplh 11, Bryn Fronk
11, Alexis Fleegel 12, Ella Dassow 9, Ella Daniels 10
9. New Berlin Eisenhower
1 26 50 66 79 (83) (84) = 222
Faith Wehrman 9, Lexi Loomer 10, Sophia Melnyk 12, Kylie Kwiatkowski 9,
Alyssa Uhl 12, Dena Gonzales 10, Hailey Beyer 10
10. Amery
36 38 47 57 64 (76) (78) = 242
Anna Gould 9, Tasha Tiry 9, Alex Edwards 9, Jaidyn McAlpine 12, Grace
Carlson 11, Lucci Aizpurua 9, Grace Williamson 9
11. New Glarus/Monticello
27 31 43 72 91 (95) (99) = 264
Dayna Karls 12, Lily Maynard 10, Annika Ziperski 11, Melanie Fink 10,
Camryn Arnett 9, Lucy Melvin 10, Emma Martinson 10
12. West Salem
32 42 52 60 82 (86) (89) = 268
Mia Olson 9, Alena Donahue 11, Morgan Quackenbush 11, Macey Tauscher
11, McKenna Lafleur 10, Kennedy Garbers 9, Elyse Bee 10
13. Shawano Community
14 24 30 101 106 (108)(110) = 275
Grace Beyer 12, Lilly Guenther 10, Grace Chelberg 10, Adalyn Barkley 9,
Caitlyn Moede 10, Trinity Tucker 9, Onna Hermann 10
14. Winneconne
6 45 67 73 88 (94)(105) = 279
Sophie Yetter 10, Joey Perry 11, Addison Baneck 10, Keali Prahl 10,
Macey Clark 12, Parker Rathert 9, Bella Hardy 12
15. Watertown Luther Prep
16 41 63 74 100 (104)(109) = 294
Jemma Habben 10, Eleanor Wendorff 9, Ellie Backus 10, Alexis Veenhuis
10, Holly Fluegge 12, Alana Sulzle 12, Calliope Horn 9
16. Deerfield/Cambridge
35 59 80 87 102 (103)(111) = 363
McKenna Michel 9, Mara Brown 10, Gillian Thompson 11, Ella Arenz 10,
Kylee Lonigro 10, Brianna Ament 9, Addison Klein 9

Six Teams and Individuals Crowned WIAA Cross Country Champions

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David Keech
Author: David Keech

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]