WISCONSIN RAPIDS — The feelings ran the range for Middleton senior Lauren Pansegrau.
She was excited to achieve her objective and cross the end goal first in the WIAA Division 1 young ladies race at the state crosscountry meet Saturday at the Ridges Golf Course.
In any case, she additionally was concerned and later in tears with her colleagues — pausing and pondering with regards to the state of Cardinals senior Maddie Ruszkiewicz, who couldn’t get done with around 400 meters remaining and was treated in the clinical tent.
Pansegrau procured the Division 1 title shortly, 44.7 seconds. It was her second sequential title in the wake of winning the state meet title during the WIAA’s other fall season the previous spring in Janesville.
The University of Michigan submit, in a runaway triumph, likewise drove highest level Middleton to its 6th group title with 61 focuses. The Cardinals additionally guaranteed group respects in the spring.
Madison West was second with 150, only in front of Muskego 152.
“I simply needed to get going solid and see who was around me,” she said. “I think I just attempted to run my own race and not stress over any other person, and simply partake in the race. I didn’t actually glance around, however I was unable to hear anything (or anybody).”
Oak Creek senior Isabela Ross ended up second (18:16.8). Monona Grove rookie Mackenzie Babcock completed third (18:17.8), and Middleton junior Zaira Malloy-Salgado set fourth (18:22.4).