In an amazing show of team depth, the Kellenberg girl’s Track and field team won the 2018 CHSAA Spring Intersectional Championship title. The team had only two individual winners on the day, Gabby Buissereth in the 400 meters, and Camryn Beckford in the 200 meters. This is another historic achievement, as no team has ever won the team title with only two wins. Down twenty points with seven events remaining, the team rallied with a third-place finish by Beckford in the 100 meters, a Runnerup finish by Gillian Blackwood in the high hurdles, a second and third place finish in the 1500 by Maya Richardson and Maureen Lewin, a decisive win in the 400 meters by Buissereth, and an incredible show of “come-through” depth by five relay squads. The 4×100 team of Ariana Baldwin, Claire O’Regan, Olivia Coletta, and Kelly Davis finished second upending the league’s all season leader, St. Anthony’s. The 4×400 team of Buissereth, Tori Duignan, Chrissy Foster, who earlier scored in the 200, and freshman Madison Scott finished second, and the “B” team finished fourth. In the 3200 Relay, the squad of Nora Bennett, Maya Richardson, Madeline Lay, and Ashley Minns nearly stole the race from heavily Pre-favored Notre Dame, and the “B” team finished fourth as well. Bennett finished off an outstanding career where earlier in the meet she and freshman Minns went second and fifth in the 3000 meters run in the heat of the day. A race of courage started the meet with Brianna Lausev surviving a bad fall in the 2000 meter steeplechase due to meet management’s not adjusting the water barriers to the correct female height. Lausev not only scored in that race, but came back with teammates Margaret McLoughlin, Lauren Bernic, and Catherine Cooke to add to the well respected winning team’s final tally of a fourteen point victory.