Hailey Isaac was unchallenged in winning the Markesan Invitational on Tuesday.
The sophomore ran the 4,000 meters in 16 minutes, 39 seconds. That was the best time by almost 2½ minutes.
As a team, the Spartans won a competitive meet topping second-place Rio/Fall River 42-45. Grace Russow was Laconia’s second fastest runner on the night taking fifth in 19:20.
Campbellsport was fourth. Brianna Gruenwald was 14th in 20:23 one spot ahead of teammate Liz Fellion.
Markesan was fifth led by Veronica Sauerbrei (20:44) and Hailey Drager (20:47) in 17th and 18th.
Hannah Roddy led sixth-place CWC by taking ninth in 19:49.
The Laconia boys also won their meet with four runners in the top-10 starting with Chad Stahmann finishing the 5,000 meters in 18:12 for runner-up honors. Mitchell Freiberg (18:30, third), Zach Zimmerman (18:30, fourth) and Zach Rosenau (19:09, eighth) added to the Spartans’ depth.
Jared Regnerus took fifth for CWC running in 18:45.
Markesan took third paced by Tate Hillmann in 19:27 and Campbellsport was fifth with Sam Candee taking 10th in 19:16.