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by Charlie Ban November 4, 2018 at 8:22 am 0

The girls’ lead pack shows no sign of breaking shortly after the first mile mark. From left: Katie Hirsch, Claire Wigglesworth, Zoe Edelman, Ave Nicely and Sophia Hanway. Photo: Charlie Ban

In the last five years, D.C. state championships have had the most drama in the middle, where teams’ fourth and fifth runners battle on the margins while Taylor Knibb or Page Lester run away with the individual title. Spectators got better shows this year, The race this year stayed interesting much, much longer, with¬†Woodrow Wilson sophomore Ava Nicely kicked past Washington Latin sophomore Zoe Edelman in the last tenth of a mile to win the individual title, 19:41-19:43.

Nicely and fourth-place finisher Claire Wigglesworth (20:03) led the way for Wilson upset of defending champion St. John’s, 44-49. It made Wilson the first public school to win a title since the DCSAA championship race started in 2013.

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