Saratoga distance runner Grant Bartlett made history on Saturday in Ethete as he became the first 4-time boys' state champion in Wyoming High School Cross Country.

He put on yet another superlative performance in the 2A championship race with a winning time of 17.24.58 to beat his brother Grady who came in with a clocking of 17.32.58. It's amazing to 4-peat in any sport but it's extremely tough in running. Injuries and the level of competition can take their toll but Bartlett has been a top-of-the-line runner for his whole career. So a big congrats to him.

Howard McNiven from Rocky Mountain/Burlington placed 3rd in 17.48.58 with his teammate Grant Winters right behind him. The 5th place finisher was Al Spotted from Tongue River.

Rocky Mountain/Burlington won the 2A Boys team title with 28 points, edging out Saratoga by just one point. Rocky Mountain/Burlington went 3-4-6-15 with its top-4 runners, while Saratoga 1-2-12-14. Tongue River placed 3rd in the team race, with Big Horn 4th and Lovell 5th.

We have a fast video of that 2A Boys race on Saturday along with a few photos from Shannon Dutcher in our gallery below. Enjoy!

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2A Boys State Cross Country

2A Boys State Cross Country
Wyoming High School Cross Country
Photo Courtesy: Shannon Dutcher
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Wyoming High School Cross Country
Photo Courtesy: Shannon Dutcher
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