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.

With temperatures climbing, several city high school track and field athletes hit new personal bests Tuesday in Big Eight Conference action. The Parker boys swept Craig and Beloit Memorial, while the Craig girls earned the sweep in the double dual.

The Milton girls and the Kenosha Indian Trails boys won team titles at the Cougar Relays on Friday night at Monterey Stadium.

Milton got a record-setting performance from its 300 shuttle hurdles relay team of Chrissy Hughes, Ali Jaecks and Lindsey Heitsman en route to the title.