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Middleton sweeps Big Eight track titles

Published On: May 20 2014 09:33:12 PM CDT
Updated On: May 21 2014 07:25:39 AM CDT

Middleton won both the boys and girls team titles at the Big Eight Conference Championship at Mansfield Stadium in Madison Tuesday night.

MADISON -

Middleton won both the boys and girls team titles at the Big Eight Conference Championship at Mansfield Stadium in Madison Tuesday night.

Madison Memorial's Daurice Fountain was again one of the standout performers of the night winning the long jump (22-1), 300 hurdles (39.65) and the 110 hurdles (14.05).

Fountain's 110 hurdles time broke the conference record.

Madison West's Olin Hacker was a double winner.

GIRLS TEAM SCORES:

1. Middleton   181

2. Sun Prairie  113

3. Beloit Memorial 86

4. Madison Memorial 76

5. Verona  68

6. Janesville Parker 58

7. Madison LaFollette 50

8. Janesville Craig   47

9. Madison West   18

10. Madison East  4

BOYS TEAM SCORES:

1. Middleton 169.33

2. Verona   110

3. Madison Memorial 84

4. Janesville Craig  69

5. Madison West  65

6. Sun Prairie   56.33

7. Janesville Parker 54.33

8. Beloit Memorial 44

9. Madison LaFollette  30

10. Madison East    20

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