Cross Country: Raiders cap season at state
Hudson's boys finished ninth for the second consecutive year and the Raider girls placed 17th at the 2018 WIAA Division 1 Cross Country Championships at The Ridges Golf Course in Wisconsin Rapids Saturday, Oct. 27.
The Raider boys finished with a total of 264 points to earn their second straight top ten state finish. Neenah won the team title with 122 while Eau Claire Memorial, the only other area Division 1 qualifier, finished 17th with 351.
Sophomore Anthony Weeks paced the Raider boys by placing 25th in the team competition with a time of 16 minutes, 31.5 seconds while senior George Bond was 32nd in 16:35.9. Junior Noah Lundeen finished 44th in 16:48.4 and senior Sam Kiecker was 51st while senior Jacob Mathes rounded out the Raider's team score with a 109th place time of 17:30.
Junior Cale Wimer came in with a time of 17:35 and junior Adam Tronnes finished in 17:59.
Homestead senior Drew Bosley won the individual title with a time of 15:20.1.
Junior Rachel Ball led the Raiders girls with a 32nd place time of 19:54.2 while junior Anna Czupryna was 62nd in 20:25.0. Junior Emma Filipiak was the third Raider finisher, in 69th place, with a time of 20:31.2 and senior Abbi Faust was 102nd in 21:11.8 while sophomore Alicia Belany finished 111th in 21:19.4 to give the Raiders a 17th place team score of 376. Senior Karina Gilson came in with a time of 21:37.8 and junior Ella Young finished in 21:46.9.
Muskego ran away with the girls team title with a score of 48 while Sun Prairie was second with 103. Madison West freshman Genevieve Nashold won the individual title with a time of 18:10.