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Patrick Wills of Waukesha North ran a lifetime PR and the fastest time in the state up to this point in the season, crossing the line in 15:02.40.
Whitefish Bay's Lily Kriegel broke away early and led the race until Zaira Malloy-Salgado, in a personal best effort, took the lead in the final mile. Malloy-Salgado finished in 18:09.40, leading Middleton to a team win. The time was the second-fastest ran this week, just one second behind Southwest-Benton-Cuba City senior Kayci Martensen.
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Sophomores Diego Serraino and Owen Danihel led Muskego to a team win with their 1-2 finish, crossing the line just one second apart at times of 17:06.80 and 17:07.90 respectively.
In the varsity girls' competition, Oak Creek senior Isabela Ross ran to her second consecutive race win of the 2021 season.
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Matt Hadler Invitational
Slinger's Summer Schuster continued a strong start to the season with a new PR of 18:48.90, while the Shorewood girls followed close behind to secure the team win with 30 points.
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