Colton Brunell breaks Columbus’ all-time running record

Here’s who shone during Friday’s high school sports action:

The stars of the night

Colton Brunell, Columbus Soccer: Brunell rushed for 198 yards and four touchdowns in a 56-14 win over New Glarus/Monticello. He broke the Cardinals career rushing record set by Nathan Roberts in 1996 (3,972 yards). The junior entered halftime with 4,040 career yards. The Cardinals end the regular season undefeated (9-0-0).

Josie Kooima, Waupun women’s cross-country skier: Kooima placed seventh (19:52.6) at the Central East Conference Championships. His finish earned him first-team all-conference honors. Her teammate Elaina Lemmenes finished 13th (20:50.4). The Warriors ranked fifth (130 points) out of seven teams.

Efrain Guardiola, cross-country skier Waupun boys: Guardiola placed ninth (17:31.3) at the Central East Conference Championships. His finish earned him second-team all-conference honors. Teammates Connor Kuhn (17:59.7) and Marcus Kuhn (18:21.0) finished in the top 20. The Warriors ranked third (91) out of seven teams.

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  • Ben Burgess scored two rushing touchdowns for Baraboo Football, including 56 yards, in a 35-7 win over Sparta.
  • Maddie Hartwig recorded 12 kills and six blocks for Sauk Prairie Women’s Volleyball in a 3-0 win over Watertown on Thursday.

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