Madison is the newest TCC team to win a state championship in the best day ever for the TCC as a conference at the state track meet. As a whole, the league won eight different events in a remarkable day.
The Trojans girls track squad claimed the D3 state MHSAA title today, scoring 56.5 points, well ahead of Lansing Catholic’s 41.
For Madison, Kiarah Horn was third and Anne Wong eighth in the pole vault, Kaiya Wall was second in the high jump, the 4×200 relay (Megan Rosales, Delaney Stersic, Sierra Hernandez and Chelsea Short) was first, Rosales won the 400 and 300 Hurdles, Short was sixth in the 200, and the 4×400 relay (Short, Stersic, Hernandez, Rosales) was first.
Rosales was on two winning relays and won two events in one of the best state track performances by a TCC athlete ever.
Clinton’s Amanda Schaare won the discus and was third in the shot put in the same D3 state meet.
In Division 4, Morenci’s Griffin Grieder won the 100 meter Hurdles, teammate Luke Grieder was second and Summerfield’s Chase Pirolli was third. Sand Creek’s Alec Muck won the 100 (10.98) and 200 (22.14).