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Sleet finished third at the Iowa State High School Track and Field Championships in the meter hurdles with a personal-best time of He also placed third in the meter hurdles at the state meet.
Sleet qualified for the New Balance Nationals in the high hurdles and finished 12th overall.
She finished third in the meter run and anchored her team in the 4xmeter relay to a third-place finish. Brodie's current personal-best are He captured his personal-best cross country 5K at the Nike Cross Nationals Heartland Regional meet with a time of Koski holds a personal-best in the 1,meter run with a time of 4: His 3,meter run PR time is 9: Johnson captured his personal best three-mile time this cross country season when he ran a time of He owns a personal-best meter run at a time of 1: He anchored the 4xmeter relay and posted a 1: McRoberts is ranked third in the high jump in Illinois with a clearance of In the triple jump, McRoberts is ranked seventh in Illinois at a mark of McRoberts also competed as a finalist in the long jump where he finished fourth with a mark of Weaver is a two-time state qualifier in shot put.
Her personal-best shot put is a toss of and has a personal-best is a discus throw mark of Webber is two-time state qualifier in the discus throw.
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Bathelme ran her personal-best meter hurdle at a time of She achieved a personal-best long jump at the Illinois Top Times with a mark of Bruce is the Alaska State Champion in the meter hurdles. Valders won the Division 2 crown with a score of 60 after placing runner-up in Kavanaugh FitzPatrick of Lakeland ran to the individual Division 2 title with a time of Durand won the State Division 3 team championship with a score of 79, 25 points ahead of runner-up Darlington with points.
David Vannucchi of Luther won the individual crown for the second consecutive year, finishing with a time of Muskego finished second with a score of Peyton Sippy of Janesville Craig was the individual champion. She covered the 5-kilometer course in Freedom ran to the team title in Division 2 with a score of Wisconsin Dells finished second, 30 points back with a score of Dana Feyen of Gale-Ettrick-Trempealeau successfully defended her crown as the individual champion with a time of Dodgeland claimed the Division 3 team championship with a score of 56 with runner-up Lancaster finishing with Marissa Ellenbecker of Edgar won the individual title with a time of Stevens Point has two returning runners after finishing runner-up a year ago.
Sun Prairie, which placed fifth, returns four competitors that competed at State last season. Madison West brings back three runners from the squad that placed sixth last season, and both Hamilton and Hudson return four runners from teams that placed eighth and ninth, respectively. Nine of the 16 teams that competed last season and four of the top six return to the team competition this year in Division 2.
Defending champion Valders attempts to retain its perch on top of the division with three returning runners that raced at State last season. Three teams appear poised to challenge for the team title based on the most returning experience.
McFarland, East Troy and St. Croix Central each have six of the seven runners that competed at State last year returning to the meet this season. Those teams finished sixth, 11th and 16th last year, respectively.
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Notre Dame and La Crosse Logan placed fourth and fifth, respectively, last season, and both squads have four returning runners. Seven of the top 10 teams in Division 3 last season have qualified this season. Darlington, which had its string of six straight championships snapped with a runner-up finish last year, returns this year with four runners that competed at State last season.
Luther, which placed eighth last year, has the most experience returning this season with six participants that competed at State last season.
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Lake Country Lutheran, McDonell Catholic, Brillion and Assumption each have five runners returning to the field after placing fifth, sixth, seventh and 10th, collectively, last year.
Rosholt finished third a year ago and returns with three runners from that squad. Senior Drew Bosley of Homestead is the top returning individual champion in Division 1. In Division 2, sophomore Charlie McKinney of West Salem is the top returning individual and the only returning finisher that placed within the top 10 last year, finishing eighth.
In Division 3, senior David Vannucchi of Luther is the two-time defending champion in pursuit of his third title. He also finished 13th as a freshman in Three other returning runners, who finished in the top 10, include senior Adam Rzentkowski of Rosholt, who was runner-up last year and fourth in ; senior Isaac Wegner of Durand, who finished third last year and 28th in ; and senior Payton Heinberg of Darlington, who was sixth a year ago after running to a third-place finish in and 16th in Other possible challengers for the individual crown after their performances in the sectionals last week are senior Alex Mielke of Lake Country Lutheran, who placed 13th last year and 15th in ; juniors Trevor Lamirande of St.
The Cardinals attempt to win three in a row with their top four runners returning from the title team.2014 Wisconsin State Track Meet
Muskego finished runner-up last year, and the Warriors appear ready to make an assault on the team title with six returning runners, including two in the top four.