Kettle Moraine Lutheran Coed Varsity Cross Country

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Measner Takes 5th at State!

Congratulations to KML’s Logan Measner on taking 5th place at the WIAA Cross Country State Meet over the weekend! Logan ran a great race to beat out all but four runners in a strong field of 113 total D2 competitors! Great job, Logan!!! Complete results and information can be found at… https://www.wiaawi.org/Portals/0/PDF/Results/Cross_Country/2020/d2bstateresults.pdf?ver=CGU_IRL9DeMK84BzcbNzNw%3d%3d #kmlhschargersathletics #kmlchargersforever #OnYouChargers

Measner Headed to State!- KML Hosts WIAA CC Sectionals

KML was privileged to host the WIAA D2 CC Sectional! Furthermore, the KML Family was excited to see Logan Measner take 2nd overall, on his home course, and qualify for the WIAA State Meet! Good luck @wiaawi State, Logan! *Sectional meet pictures are now available @kmlchargers.com. **See gallery for complete listing. #kmlhschargersathletics #kmlchargersforever #kmlhsactivitiesmonth #OnYouChargers

KML Runners Qualify for WIAA Sectionals!

Congratulations to KML’s Logan Measner, Abby Poehlman, and Austin Knoeck on qualifying for the WIAA Sectional meet! Abby took 4th, Austin came in 10th , and Logan won the subsectional with a time of 16:26! KML is privileged to host today’s WIAA D2 Sectional CC Meet on campus, at 4:15pm. On You Chargers!!! Full results from conference

Measner Earns the Conference Championship

Five KML Varsity runners took conference honors in the East Central Conference meet on Thursday, October 8. Logan Measner had an outstanding 1st place finish, running 16:52:25, earning the Conference Championship. 1st-Team All-Conference: Logan Measner (1st), Abigail Poehlman (7th) 2nd-Team All-Conference: Matthew Boxrud (13th), Reegan Siegel (14th) All-Conference Honorable Mention: Maxwell Schmidt (16th) Both the

KML Schools Cross Country Meet

Thursday, October 7th, was an absolutely picturesque day for grade school cross country competition! Fourteen area Lutheran schools enjoyed running KML’s beautiful cross country course, in the 2020 KML Schools CC Meet. Congratulations to all meet participants and especially our meet champions! BOYS-INDIVIDUAL WINNERS: 2,500 Meters Open Race, Winner- Jax Knoeck 10:10.30 Peace Lutheran (Hartford)

ECC Cross Country Quad @KML- 9.3.20

On a beautiful, but blustery afternoon, the KML Chargers Cross Country team competed in their second meet of the year, with KML hosting three other ECC schools.  Congratulations to Logan Measner who was again the boys varsity winner, with a time of 17:14.61! The boys team had three other runners in the top ten, joining Measner. Congratulations

CC at WIAA State

Chargers race in Wisconsin Rapids Two Chargers Represented KML in Cross Country at the State Championship meet on Saturday, November 2nd at the The Ridges Golf Course in Wisconsin Rapids. Sophomore Logan Measner returned for his second state performance and Sophomore Abigail Poehlman went for her first time.  Abby is the eleventh female in KML’s

Two State Qualifiers in Cross Country

2019 KML CC at Sectionals On the Mayville Golf Course Two CC Chargers Qualify for State Sophomores Logan Measner and Abigail Poehlman continue the cross country teams 15 year history of sending a representative to state that was only interrupted in 2006.  Logan returns to state for the 2nd year in a row and Abby

CC Teams Cruise at Conference

CC Teams Cruise at Conference on the Mascoutin Golf Course in Berlin Conference competition saw 21 of the 32 Chargers race to personal career bests on a very fast course as Berlin hosted the competition on the Mascoutin Golf Course.  Near perfect overcast, no wind 50 degree weather conditions and a course that was in

CC has Memorable Moments in Mukwonago

October 3, 2019 Mukwonago CC Meet Mucky sections to run through following several days of rain made course conditions less than ideal for larger numbers of faster times at the Mukwonago CC Invite on Thursday night but the temperatures were terrific for competitive races.  The windy, open field sections of the course were more than