La Follette scored 119 points to hold off Sun Prairie (114.5) in the boys team race, with Parker (93) and Craig (78) finishing third and fourth, respectively. Sun Prairie ran away with the girls team title, scoring 161 points to easily outpace runner-up Stoughton (93). Parker scored 83 point to take third, while Craig (47) was seventh. 

Sun Prairie totaled 152 points clinch its third straight girls conference title, followed closely by Madison Memorial (144) and Middleton (135). Janesville Craig tied for eighth with 21 points. Middleton extended its reign in the boys competition, totaling 152 points to breeze to its seventh straight title. Parker (47) was seventh, followed by Craig (40) in eighth. 

Porter set a Red Devil Invite meet record and a school record by going 37 feet, 8 inches in the triple jump. In addition, Porter finished second in the 100 hurdles and finished third in both the 300 hurdles and long jump.

The final two laps of the eight-lap 3,200-meter race belonged solely to Sippy on Friday. The Janesville Craig senior won the WIAA Division 1 girls race going away, winning with a program-record time of 10 minutes, 42.01 seconds. Kate Jochims, of Muskego, was second, more than five seconds back.

Twenty-eight athletes--not including relay alternates--combined from Janesville Parker and Janesville Craig produced 20 individual and seven relay qualifications for the WIAA state meet, which runs Friday and Saturday at UW-La Crosse. Even more impressive, 17 of those 28 will compete in multiple events.