BOYS 3’RD at State!!

Congratulations to the team for an outstanding 3’RD place at the State Championships! This was the one fastest State Meets in 108 year history of the meet. To place in the top 3 with a score lowere than years when we have won, is a tribute to every single member of the team. Well done all!

Solid Results on Tough Day at Conference

The Varsity overcame a huge crash in the first 50 meters of the race to win the Conference Championship despite losing Harrison Glazer to a sprained ankle and having several other team members run through injuries suffered in the fall. JV 1 was dominant in winning their race with an outstanding 26 point total. JV 2 went a few points better in winning their race scoring only 22 points. Congratulations to all on a terrific season!!

Next up will be the State Qualifying Sectional Meet in DeForest. This is a Varsity only meet. Please consider coming out next Saturday to support the boys’ bid to qualify for the State Championship.

Uniforms must be returned next week for everyone who has completed their season. Uniforms should be returned to a Coach at practice any day Monday – Friday next week. Please have the uniforms washed, dried, and placed in a bag clearly labeled with your name.

Much Success at Don Loker Madison City Meet

On a beautiful cool day that was perfect for a Cross County meet, both the Varsity and JV ran superb races. The Varsity lead by Zach Temple (1), Liam Culp (3), Eli Pettit (6), Jonah Simonson (7), Harrison Glazer (8), and Alex Ivey (11) scored a convincing win. All 7 Varsity athletes completed the course in less than 17:00.

The JV scored a perfect 15 points to outdistance the field. Indeed the JV had 10 of the first 11 finishers and were lead by Henry Johnson (1), Peter Negrut (2), Hank Hegeman (3), Sam Stanton (4), Basil Keck (5), Hunter Shadman (6), Isaac Mozena (7), Walt Strange (8), Zach Nilsson (10), and Joe Hegeman (11). Congrats to all!!

Great Day for a Great Day of Racing

The team had an excellent day of racing at the Bill Greiten Invitational held on the iconic UW Parkside Cross Country Course. This is the same course used at the qualifying meet for the individual High School National Championships. The Varsity won the meet with a low score of 25 points. They were lead by Zach Temple (2), Liam Culp (3), Eli Pettit (5), Truman White (6), Jonah Simonson (9), Harrison Glazer (10), and Alex Ivey (15).

The JV went even lower, winning with a 19 point total. They were lead by Henry Johnson (1), Peter Negrut (3), Sam Stanton (4), Hank Hegeman (5), Hunter Shadman (6), Basil Keck (7), Isaac Mozena (9), and Zach Nilsson (10).