As close as it gets.
Mara Talabac and Alayna Borgwardt needed some late pushes if they wanted first team and second team recognition at the Badger South Conference Championships.
Senior Devin Woodcock and sophomore Mara Talabac finished first and second in their respective races as the Milton cross country teams competed at the Koshkonong Klassic Thursday, Oct. 10, at Fort Atkinson High School.
The Milton girls cross country team placed 10th, while the boys finished 11th at the Stoughton Invitational Saturday, Oct. 5, at Stoughton High School.
Top-five finishes from sophomores Mara Talabac and Alayna Borgwardt helped the Milton girls cross country team to a first-place finish in the Lodi Invitational Saturday, Sept. 7, in Lodi.
The Milton High School track and field teams fell short of sending any runners to the state meet last season, but there may be good reason to believe the Red Hawks will be represented at the big meet this year.
Both Milton cross country squads had strong results but came up short of qualifying any runners for the state meet, either individually or as a team. Both the boys and girls finished with 215 points, the boys taking seventh place while the girls took ninth.
Running the Badger South conference meet at Lake Farm Park in Madison on Friday, the Red Hawk girls came away in fifth with 117 points while the boys took sixth with 135 points.
It was a strong week for the Red Hawk cross country squads. Heading up to Fort Atkinson Thursday for the Koshkonong Klassic, both the boys and girls teams came away in second place with the boys finished with 49 points to the girls’ 54. Milton followed up with dual fifth-place finishes at th…
After a strong showing at the Midwest Invitational at Blackhawk Golf Course last week, the Milton cross country team struggled slightly at the Stoughton Invite on Saturday. The girls took seventh with 209 points, while the boys finished 11th with 297 points.
Earning some of the strongest results of the season so far, the Milton cross country teams took part in the Midwest Invitational at Blackhawk Golf Course in Janesville on Saturday. The race was split into four groups — freshman and sophomore boys and girls and junior and seniors boys and gir…
Coming off their strongest races of the year so far, both Milton cross country teams came into the River Valley Invite strong. And while the results may say otherwise, each runner on the team had a year-best time.
In their second action of the year, both cross country teams for Milton posted strong results at the Lodi Invitational, with the girls finishing runner-up with 55 points to Jefferson’s 33. The boys improved their results from last week with a third place finish with 99 points. Jefferson topp…
In the first race of the season, the Milton cross country teams headed to Watertown for the Glenn Harold Invite, where the girls squad earned second-place with 108 points, behind Verona’s 50. Milton finished above 2017 conference champion Stoughton and runner-up Fort Atkinson. The boys took …
Even with the majority of its runners returning from last season, the Milton cross country team will have the benefit of new blood joining the team’s ranks this season.
The MHS Cross Country teams traveled to Beloit last weekend for the WIAA Division 1 sectional meet, the goal being to push people through and into the state meet this weekend. Senior Lauren Talabac became the first Redhawk to achieve that goal since Brynn Lunaas in 2013, qualifying for state…
The Koshkonong Klassic in Fort Atkinson was a record-breaking invite for both the boys and girls MHS cross country teams. On the girls side, senior Lauren Talabac destroyed her existing personal record and school record by almost 30 seconds with a time of 19 minutes and 25 seconds, and fini…
Lauren Talabac led all Milton runners with her 39th-place finish at the 80th annual Midwest Invitational on Saturday at Blackhawk Golf Course in Janesville.
Editor’s note: The “Senior Spotlight” series highlights the successes of the top varsity letter-winners from the recent Milton High School graduating class. For the class of 2017, three males (Dalton Shea, Cameron Pumilia and Nick Richards) and one female (Lexie Halma) earned nine varsity sp…
Although the team results from the Badger South Conference Meet might not directly show it, head coach Syl Groeschl feels his Milton High boys and girls cross country teams are heading into WIAA postseason action on a high note.
Some photos from the 2016 Milton High School cross country season. These photos, along with more that were not posted, are available for purchase. Contact Michael Gouvion at firstname.lastname@example.org or 608-208-1678 if you are interested in purchasing any photos.
The Milton High boys and girls cross country teams are heading down the home stretch of their regular season schedule, which included racing at the Stoughton Invite on Saturday.
The Red Hawk cross country teams competed Saturday at the huge Midwest Invite, hosted each year by Janesville Craig at Blackhawk Golf Course in Janesville.
The Milton High boys and girls cross country teams performed well at the Badger Challenge on Sept. 13, and even better at the Belleville Invite on Saturday.
The Milton High boys and girls cross country teams competed Saturday at “probably the greatest cross country meet in the state other than the state meet itself,” according to head coach Syl Groeschl.
After their first meet – and only home meet – of the season was postponed, the Milton High boys and girls cross country teams finally had their first meet on Saturday.
A sour taste was left in Syl Groeschl’s mouth after last year, his first season at the helm of the Milton High boys and girls cross country teams.
According to Milton High School head cross country coach Syl Groeschl, the Red Hawks “crashed and burned” at the WIAA Division 1 Watertown Sectional Meet on Saturday.
Milton High cross country coach Syl Groeschl had high hopes for both his girls and boys teams heading into the Badger South Conference Meet on Saturday in Oregon.
If there was one point made for the Red Hawk cross country teams at the Midwest Invite cross country meet at Blackhawk Golf Course on Saturday, it might be that the future is very bright.
Milton High cross country coach Syl Groeschl said he didn’t want to set any high expectations for this season, but it looks like the boys team wants to change that.