School District of Lodi - Cross Country
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Durand boys; Dodgeland girls. The lowdown Division 1 boys Teams: Eleven teams return from last year, including six of the top 10 finishers. West returns three runners from the team that took sixth last year.
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Sussex Hamilton and Hudson, eighth and ninth last year, each return four runners, and Eau Claire Memorial 14th and Slinger 17th each return five runners from last year. He also took second in and seventh in Middleton is led by seniors Caleb Easton a Northern Arizona University recruit who was eighth last year and Michael Madoch 10th last yearalong with a strong group of rising underclassmen.
Sectional champion Bryan Bloomquist of Janesville Craig, a sophomore, could break into the top five, and Sun Prairie junior Ash Francis is a potential top finisher.
Division 2 boys Teams: Croix Central 16th also returns six. A rare wide-open race is expected, as West Salem sophomore Charlie McKinney eighth last year is the only returning runner who placed in the top 10 in Division 3 boys Teams: Seven of the top 10 teams return, led by Darlington — which is hoping to return to the top of the podium after a strong of six consecutive championships was snapped with a runner-up finish last year.
Onalaska Luther senior David Vannucchi aims to go out on top after winning the last two individual titles following a 13th-place finish in Other runners back from top finishes last year are seniors Adam Rzentkowski of Rosholt second last year, fourth in ; Isaac Wegner of Durand third last yearPayton Heinberg of Darlington sixth last year and Luther senior Sam Larson 10th last year.
Division 1 girls Teams: Sun Prairie not only has a three-peat to run for, but a grudge to settle. The Cardinals, two-time defending state champs, were ranked No. It will be a race filled with experience: Onalaska third last year and Hudson sixth last year each return six runners, Waukesha West fifth has five runners back and Janesville Craig fourth returns four runners, but lost individual champ Peyton Sippy to graduation.
Cross Country - Girls
Anna Wipperfurth moved up a couple of spots and placed 20th in She was followed by Jolee Wilson in 26th Despite improving by 11 points from the first meet and finishing with an score of 42 they had to settle for second. The JV girls had a excellent race finishing second in the team standings. Mai Ling Ness was 5th in Shane Horstmeyer was 10th in Joel Fugere was 28th in The JV boys placed 4th.
Adam and Mckenzie were named Capitol North runners of the year for the second year in a row! Deerfield Conference Both the boy's and girl's cross country teams ran about as well as they could Tuesday night including many incredible performances at the meet in Cambridge.
Leading the way was Adam Phillips who broke the school record of The previous record was held by Dan Rendler on the same course in Nathan Taylor has his best race ever finishing in 7th in Evan Jesse despite losing a shoe early in the race finished 12th in After missing the last race due to injury Cole Endres bounced back placing 18th in Aaron Wickham and Jacob Harland had splendid races for them placing 21st After a great performance Friday night, Matthew Lins wasn't quite as sharp and finished 32nd in Just like the team, the boy's had a great night but had to settle for third in the team standings Luther Prep 46 Poynette 50 Lodi 57 Lakeside Lutheran 75 Lake Mills Columbus Inc.
Sam Keller led the way placing 5th in They placed 3rd as a team. For the 5th meet in a row Mckenzie Kruchten and Meredith Gallagher finished 1st and 2nd. They had amazing times of Savannah Wenger proved she is going to be a force the rest of the season by placing 10th in Daphne Jones and Anna Wipperfurth made sure we nailed down second place by finishing 18th Veronica 11th in The girls placed 3rd.
He was followed by Nathan Taylor in 17th and Evan Jesse in 18th. A rapidly improving Matthew Lins was the next Lodi finisher in 32nd place. The boys placed 4th out of the nine school meet. In the JV race Jacob Harland earned a medal by placing 5th.
Savannah Wenger is starting to show her potential by placing 11th. Daphne Jones and Anna Wipperfurth were 19th and 20th to round out Lodi's scoring. Jolee Wilson finished 25th and Veronica Hendren placed 30th.
Poynette Invitational The girls started the evening out by capturing second place in the large school division. Mckenzie won the individual title by a mere two seconds over teammate Meredith Gallagher. Anna Wipperfurth, Daphne Jones and Jolee Wilson ran together most of the race and finished 18th, 20th and 22nd respectively.
Mai Ling Ness was 33rd and Allie Gorton 39th. Veronica Hendren led the JV girls finishing 7th.
Most of the girls set their PR by a considerable margin! In the boys race, Adam Phillips won his third meet in a row and broke the meet record by finishing in The rest of the boys ran hard and a couple had to run through some pain but they were able to claim 2nd place as well.