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It was a good day for a pair of Andersons at Saturday’s Angel Invitational at UW-Parkside.

Central’s Heaven Anderson finished fifth overall to lead the county girls contingent, while Christian Life’s Micah Anderson was eighth to lead the boys.

Heaven Anderson posted a time of 19:50.5.

“Heaven ran a solid race once again to lead our girls,” Central coach Keith Olsen said. “She ran a season-best time and continues to place herself in the top tier in every race she runs.”

Bradford’s Maya Herzog was 43rd (22:15.8). Central’s Arianna Eiler was 51st (22:37.3), while the other top Bradford effort was turned in by Kalia Stibeck, 54th (22:43.5).

Brookfield Central won the team title with 62 points, followed by Divine Savior Holy Angels with 134. Central was 14th with 369 and Christian Life was 25th with 739.

Micah Anderson posted a time of 17:04.4.

Also placing in the top 20 from the county was Central’s Will Allen, who was 18th in 17:25.7. St. Joseph was led by Rocco Matteucci, who was 39th (17:57.4).

Noah Bliss had the top finish for Bradford, 54th (18:12.6).

Wisconsin Lutheran won the team title with 117 points, followed by Menomonee Falls with 135.

Central was sixth with 236 points, St. Joseph was 20th with 513, Bradford was 21st with 522 and Christian Life was 23rd with 553.

Waukesha Cross Country Festival

The Wilmot girls finished 13th, while the boys were 14th at Minooka Park.

Amber Blount led the girls in ninth place (22:38.4), followed by Joshlyn Delargy in 60th (23:52.6).

Pewaukee won the team title with 58 points, followed by Cedarburg with 93 and Slinger with 109. Wilmot had 337 points.

Blake Zagar led the Wilmot boys in 51st (18:50.4), while Kieran Kenall was 53rd (18:54.6).

Madison LaFollette won the team title with 32 points, followed by Greendale with 91 and Oconomowoc with 98. Wilmot had 351 points.

Boys soccer

Sun Prairie 3, Tremper 0

The visiting Trojans battled last year’s Division-1 state semifinalists into a scoreless tie through 70 minutes before the Cardinals put together an offensive burst with three goals in a five-minute span to take control Friday night.

The loss dropped Tremper to 3-3 overall.

“All the effort we had to expend in the first half caught up with us,” Tremper coach Chris Tindall said.

“We just ran out of gas. It was a great growth moment for our team, and I am confident our boys learned from it.”

Dan Truttschel

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