Madison La Follette senior Josh Freitag was the overall winner in Tuesday’s Big Eight Conference Grade Level Challenge at Lake Farm Park, covering the 5,000-meter course in 16 minutes, 22 seconds.
Runners were scored in four groups, organized by class. La Follette won the Grade 12 team title, Madison West won in Grades 10 and 11 and Madison Memorial won in Grade 9.
West junior Erik Nuenninghoff won the Grade 11 race (16:39), La Follette’s Bryce Doyle won the Grade 10 title (17:20) and Middleton’s Michael Easton won in Grade 9 (17:48).
In the girls meet, Madison West’s Andi Bowman won the Grade 11 race with the day’s best overall time (20:06). Vivian Hacker won the Grade 12 race (20:11). The Grade 10 race was won by Janesville Craig’s Ivy White (19:58), and the Grade 9 winner was Verona’s Anna Knueve (21:14).
Girls team titles went to Madison Memorial in Grades 11 and 12, Janesville Craig in Grade 10 and Madison West in Grade 9.
The Monona Grove boys had the best combined time for their top five runners to win the 16-team meet at Fort Atkinson. MG’s runners combined for a time of 1 hour, 26 minutes, 32 seconds, finishing 25 seconds ahead of Monroe and 28 seconds in front of Baraboo.
The individual winner in the 5,000 meters was Beaver Dam junior Cade Ferron (16:14). Senior Charlie Ellenbecker led Monona Grove, taking second in 16:34.
Fort Atkinson freshman Lauren Haas won the girls individual race in 19:22, followed by Stoughton sophomore Grace Jenny in 19:24. Stoughton won the team title in 1:42:51.
Rock Valley Classic
McFarland junior Andrew Pahnke turned in the overall best time, covering the 5,000-meter Edgerton course in 16:29 in the Rock Valley Classic.
Edgerton’s Ryen Hazzard won in Grade 10 and Evansville’s Samuel Gallagher won in Grade 9.
Jefferson junior Mariah Linse was the overall girls winner (20:01), and McFarland’s Sadie McCaulley won the Grade 10 race (21:37).
Darlington won the boys’ race with a total of 50 points, besting second-place Wisconsin Dells by 76. Westby’s Hayden Fredrickson had the top individual time of 16:09.11 (5,000 meters). Pablito Schulz placed seventh for the Chiefs, with a time of 17:25.63.
Dodgeland claimed the girls team championship by five points over Wisconsin Dells. The Chiefs’ Laura Beghin won the individual race in 18:07.37.
Middleton 2, Madison West 1
Derek Waleffe helped the host Cardinals, ranked third in the state, mount a second-half comeback to top the seventh-ranked Regents in a Big Eight Conference match.
Waleffe scored in the 67th minute goal and added an assist on an Andrew Lund score in the 81st minute.
Verona 2, Madison Memorial 1
Jack Bates broke a 1-1 tie with an unassisted goal in the 88th minute to give the visiting Wildcats the victory over the Spartans.
Jake Weinbach scored Madison Memorial’s lone goal in the 15th minute. Jose Lazaro-Padilla tied the game in the 51st minute.
Beloit Memorial 7, Madison La Follette 2
Coco Castellanos, Andrew Montero and Danny Salazar each scored two goals to lead the visiting Purple Knights over the Lancers. Ivan Santiago-Cruz notched a score and an assist for Beloit Memorial.
Madison East 9, Janesville Parker 1
Josh Cervantes racked up two goals and an assist as the Purgolders defeated the host Vikings in a Big Eight Conference match. Ryan Roelke and Sam Bauman each scored and had an assist.
Sun Prairie 5, Janesville Craig 4
The host Cardinals improved to 3-3-1 overall and 3-1-1 in Big Eight play with a victory over the Cougars.
Monona Grove 3, Madison Edgewood 3
The host Crusaders, ranked ninth in Division 3, tallied three second-half goals to earn a draw against the Silver Eagles in a Badger South match. J.J. Illgen had an assist and scored in the 90th minute to tie the game. Alexander Klinkner had a pair of goals for Monona Grove.
Fort Atkinson 1, Watertown 1
Clayton Haase scored the game-tying goal in the 77th minute to help the visiting Goslings earn a draw with the Blackhawks. Ashton Hansell scored the lone goal for Fort Atkinson.
Oregon 8, Monroe 2
The Panthers improved to 4-3-1 on the season with a home victory over the Cheesemakers.
Sauk Prairie 4, Beaver Dam 1
Juan Herrera had a goal and two assists and Kevin Estrada scored his first career varsity goal as the visiting Eagles, ranked 10th in Division 2, toppled the Golden Beavers.
DeForest 1, Baraboo 1
Ryan Switzky scored in the first half for the host Norskies and Anthony Sorci had a goal late in the second half for the Thunderbirds as the game ended in a tie.
Mount Horeb 5, Reedsburg 0
The visiting Vikings, ranked sixth in Division 3, used five different goal scorers to defeat the Beavers.
Waunakee 8, Portage/Poynette 0
Sam Acker had two goals and two assists as the host Warriors pulled away from United.
Lodi 2, Dodgeland/Hustisford 0
Ethan Clary scored and had an assist in the first half to carry the visiting Blue Devils past the United.
Wis. Heights/Barneveld 4, Lakeside Lutheran 1
Juan Ayala Carpintero scored twice and Austin Wolfe scored and added an assist to lead the visiting Vanguards over the Warriors. Griffin Torgerson scored Lakeside’s lone goal.
Belleville/New Glarus 4, Watertown Luther Prep 0
Brock Kelly scored a hat trick to carry the host Wildcats past the Phoenix.
Lake Mills 4, Wisconsin Dells 1
John Wilke and Theo Tedgaard combined for three of the L-Cats’ four goals, as they rolled to victory over the Chiefs. Wilke scored twice, both off of assists from Tedgaard, and assisted on one of Tedgaard’s two goals. Girls volleyball
Sun Prairie 3, Janesville Craig 0
Claire Chaussee notched 14 kills and two blocks and Liz Maastricht had 12 digs to lift the host Cardinals over the Cougars 25-21, 25-21, 25-13.
Janesville Parker 3, Madison East 2
Jacy Benway helped the host Vikings defeat the Purgolders 25-20, 25-13, 25-27, 19-25, 15-5 with 43 assists and four aces. Julianna Getka had 10 kills and five blocks.
Verona 3, Madison Memorial 0
Priya Shenoi and Hannah Worley each had seven kills as the visiting Wildcats swept the Spartans 25-21, 25-23, 25-16.
Middleton 3, Madison West 0
Junior Lily Welti tallied 12 kills and 12 digs as the host Cardinals swept the Regents,25-13, 25-8, 25-11.
Black Hawk 3, Barneveld 1
Syd Deizer tallied four blocks and five aces to lift the visiting Warriors over the Eagles, 25-22, 25-15, 22-25, 25-21.
Columbus 3, Poynette 0
Ashley Henry had 15 kills and Emma Dugan totaled 10 assists as the visiting Cardinals topped the Pumas, 25-19, 25-16, 25-21.
Wisconsin Heights 3, Marshall 0
Georgia Vils helped the host Vanguards sweep the Cardinals, 25-21, 25-22, 25-20, with 16 digs and three aces in a Capitol South contest.
Waterloo 3, Cambridge 0
The Pirates swept the host Blue Jays, 25-17, 25-11, 25-19, as Claire Mosher totaled 12 kills, five blocks and 14 assists. Brooke Mosher had five aces and 14 assists.
Belleville 3, New Glarus 0
Samantha Trainor tallied 10 assists and Rachael Heittola had six aces as the host Wildcats defeated the Glarner Knights, 25-15, 25-17, 25-13.
Evansville 3, Clinton 0
Kallie Inman tallied five kills, four aces and seven digs to help the host Blue Devils sweep the Cougars, 25-18, 25-19, 25-22.
East Troy 3, McFarland 1
Brianna Scuric had 15 kills and Izzy Martino added 26 digs to lift the visiting Trojans over the Spartans, 25-14, 17-25, 25-16, 25-19.
Mineral Point 3, Riverdale 2
Kyla Lindsey totaled 15 kills and nine digs as the host Pointers won the fifth set to go on and defeat the Chieftains, 25-12, 16-25, 25-19, 19-25, 15-7.
Pardeeville 3, Rio 0
Courtney Peterson made 33 digs and had four aces to lead the host Bulldogs past the Vikings, 25-10, 25-14, 25-12.
Middleton 3, Madison East 0
Sam Dettman had 10 kills and nine aces to power the visiting Cardinals past the Purgolders 25-5, 25-20, 25-16.
Madison La Follette 3, Beloit Memorial 1
Ryan Disch had 27 assists, five aces and two block to lift the host Lancers over the Purple Knights 25-14, 25-22, 24-26, 25-17.Girls tennis
Madison Edgewood 7, Oregon 0
Baluck Deang won the No. 1 singles match, 6-1, 6-1 to spur the Crusaders to a sweep over the host Panthers.
Monroe 7, Fort Atkinson 0
Maggie Setterstrom led the visiting Cheesemakers over the Blackhawks with a 6-0, 6-3 victory in No. 1 singles.
Stoughton 6, Milton 1
The host Vikings defeated the Red Hawks behind a 6-1, 6-3 victory for Stacy Benoy and Ashley Fisher at No. 1 doubles.
Monona Grove 6, Watertown 1
Payton Lee earned a 6-1, 6-1 victory in No. 2 singles as the Silver Eagles defeated the visiting Goslings in a Badger South Conference dual.
Lodi 7, Columbus 0
Sierra Furger powered the host Blue Devils to a sweep over the Cardinals with a 6-0, 6-1 victory in No. 1 singles.
Jefferson 4, McFarland 3
Rachel Messer won, 6-3, 6-1, in No. 2 singles as the host Eagles defeated the Spartans.
Kaitlyn Schneider and Miranda Aalto from Fort Atkinson combined to shoot 79 and captured first place in the Reedsburg Two-Girl scramble. Portage’s Sophie Denure and Maddie Mumm finished second with an 83.
Rock Valley mini-meet
Courtney Draeger led Jefferson to a victory at the eight-team meet with a 9-over-par 45 to lead the field. Maya Hackman had a 47 for Lakeside Lutheran. Alexa Owen and Megan Gleisner tied for third with a pair of 48’s for the Eagles, as the team topped second-place Edgerton by 25 strokes.
Milton 89, Monona Grove 81
The visiting Cardinals bested the Silver Eagles as sophomore Danielle Cramer and senior Avery Shanahan each won two individual races and helped Milton pick up a pair of relay victories. Cramer broke the school record in the 100-yard backstroke, with a time of 58.95.
Beaver Dam 96, Portage 74
Camryn Gosdeck won the 500 freestyle and the 200 individual medley as the host Golden Beavers defeated the Warriors.