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Middleton wins MG girls track and field invite

Published On: May 17 2014 02:55:19 PM CDT
Updated On: May 18 2014 10:26:15 AM CDT

For the seventh time in the last eight years and fourth year in a row, the Middleton girls track teams won the Monona Grove Track and Field Invitational.

MONONA, Wis. -

For the seventh time in the last eight years and fourth year in a row, the Middleton girls track teams won the Monona Grove Track and Field Invitational.

Here are the team results.

1.Middleton196
2.Monona Grove138.5
3.Verona Area112
4.Madison Memorial103.5
5.Madison Edgewood74
6.Madison La Follette68
7.Sauk Prairie45

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