Each year the team is divided into teams who warm up together (daily) and compete to get the most group personal records (PRs) at our meets. At the end of the regular season, the coaches go to Buffalo Wild Wings with the two winning teams (one girl and one boy).  It is very early in the season so we expect many lead changes, but these are our current standings (as of Sept 5, 2017):


1st:  Sisters with Blisters

Tied for 2nd: Spike Girls, The Gard Dogs and Gardians of the Chicken Wings

Tied for 5th:  ColerBears and Spike and Ike’s

7th:  Power Pack

8th:  Chicken Wangs


1st:  The Sleepers

Tied for 2nd:  Brabant’s Other Shoe and The Snails

Tied for 4th: Ankle Flashers and Barret’s Boys

6th: Cassidy’s Crew

7th:  PED

*Notes:  PRs are adjusted so that a team is not penalized if someone is injured or missing.  For this year only, we will not count PRs from Racine.  In the past Racine and DePere were combined and because the DePere meet was cancelled, teams with Racine runners would be unfairly advantaged.  In case of a tie at the end of the season, the Racine race may be used as a tie breaker.



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