Kate Jochims has already had a cross-country career to remember, and she still has two more years to add to an already impressive resume.

The Muskego sophomore took third place at the WIAA Division 1 cross-country meet Oct. 29 at Ridges Golf Course in Wisconsin Rapids, helping the Warrior girls cross-country team to an eighth-place finish.

Divine Savior Holy Angels junior Meghan Scott won the Division 1 state championship with a time of 18:10.46. Whitefish Bay senior Camille Davre took second in 18:24.71, while Jochims completed the 5,000-meter course in 18:30.14.

Jochims improved her time by over 25 seconds from last year's state meet, as she took 10th place in 18:55.76 as a freshman in 2015.

The girls team scored 234 team points to come in six points ahead of ninth-place Brookfield Central and 11 points behind seventh-place DSHA. Sun Prairie rolled to the Division 1 team state championship with 82 points.

Freshman Brittany Helm came in 30th in 19:27.42, sophomore Jessica Michala took 73rd in 20:01.64, senior Callie Schulist was 134th in 20:46.08 and sophomore Elizabeth Missiaen rounded out the scoring lineup by placing 142nd in 20:56.66.

Junior Justina Sviatoslavsky (166th in 21:30.66) and senior Haley Maday (167th in 21:34.85) also ran for the Warriors.

Muskego boys cross-country

With 384 team points, Muskego's boys cross-country team took 19th place at the state meet.

Madison West won the Division 1 boys title with 130 points.

Senior Kyle Neuroth led the Warriors with a 62nd-place finish in 16:51.33. Sophomore Adam Kierzek took 94th in 17:09.06, junior Gino Pierangeli was 95th in 17:10.32, sophomore Tyler Termaat came in 155th in 17:50.55 and freshman Erik Kain was 166th in 17:59.87.

Completing the Muskego lineup were junior Eric Jensen (173rd in 18:11.92) and senior Joe Foye (176th in 18:24.35).