The 2019 State Boys and Girls Track & Field Championships produced eight team champions and 117 event champions at Veterans Memorial Field Sports Complex Friday and Saturday.
Kimberly won the Division 1 boys team championship for the third consecutive year by accumulated 46 points, and Waukesha North was runner-up with 39 points. In Division 2, Freedom earned the title with 48.5 points, and 2018 champion Rice Lake finished second with 47 points. Aquinas was the team champion in Division 3 with 58 points, 15 more than runner-up Wild Rose with 43.
Muskego won the Division 1 girls team title with 51 points, and Divine Savior Holy Angels came in second with 49 points. Wisconsin Lutheran won the Division 2 crown with 49 points, and Freedom placed second with 42.5 points. In Division 3, Aquinas finished three points ahead of Edgar in the team tite chase with 36 points. The girls wheelchair team title was won by Racine Horlick with 40 points, and Tomah placed second with 16 points.
Chippewa Falls won the boys wheelchair championship for the second straight year by compiling 50 points. Columbus Catholic was second with 36 points.
The meet was highlighted by 13 record performances.
There were also 19 repeat champions in the meet, including junior Hannah Constable of Johnson Creek who won her third title in the Division 3 800 run and the Muskego boys 800 relay team, which won for the third straight year.