The Bill Smiley cross country invitational hit the course in Wausau for the 56th year Saturday. Nearly 2,000 runners from all over Wisconsin competed in what has become one of the biggest races in the state.
The top-ranked Stevens Point boys' team overcame a bit of confusion to win the boys' division one title. Several Panthers' runners made a wrong turn during the race and dropped back in the pack, but SPASH still finished 16 points ahead of Eau Claire Memorial for the win.
The Edgar girls' won the division three title by placing four runners in the top 26.
On the volleyball court, Newman hosted its annual invitational. The Cardinals reached the championship game where they lost to Wittenberg-Birnamwood.
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