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Sun Prairie girls, Middleton boys win WIAA track regional

Published On: May 20 2013 09:59:02 PM CDT
Updated On: May 21 2013 07:46:58 AM CDT

MIDDLETON -

The Sun Prairie girls and Middleton boys won WIAA regional track championships at the Division One regional at Middleton Monday night.

Madison Memorial's Jester Weah continued his dominance of the 100 meter dash winning in a time of 10.8 seconds. Weah also won the 200 meter dash in 22.17 seconds.

Memorial's Daurice Fountain won two hurdles races.  Fountain ran 14.94 in the 110 hurdles and won the 300 meter hurdles in 39.78 seconds.

Other notable performances included Monona Grove's Gabbi Beauvais who won the 100 meter dash (12.62) and the 200 meter dash (25.24).

Madison West's Wilson Hacker edged LaFollette's Chander Diffee in the boys 1600 meter run. Hacker's 4:25.60 was less than a second better than Diffee's 4:26.56. DeForest's Ryan Spahn and Monona Grove's Terry McMillan also broke the 4:27 mark.

Tonight's top qualifiers advance to the sectional completion Thursday.

Final Girls Standings:

1. Sun Prairie    152.5

2. Middleton  126

3. Madison Memorial  79

Final Boys Standings

1. Middleton    144

2. Madison LaFollette 112.5

3. Madison Memorial  108

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