WISCONSIN RAPIDS - Tyson Miehe and the Darlington aimed at their third state championship in a row as they took to the course in Wisconsin Rapids for the 101st State Cross Country Championships. They succeeded.
In Division Three, Miehe finished in 15:58 to win his third state title in a row. The Darlington boys also took the team crown with 87 points, two better than runner-up Chequamegon, who had 89.
In the Division One boys race, Madison West's Olin Hacker finished first with a blistering time of 15:46. As a team, the Regents took second, behind SPASH.
In the Division Two girls race, Madison Edgewood won the team title. The Crusaders were paced by Amy Davis, who finished second.