"It's interesting because if she would have been in one of the other classifications, she might have a few state titles. The 3A girls haven't been as competitive the last few years on the distance side as the 2A girls," Phil Lang said. "So Brit had a handful of competitors the last two years that were really super high quality. She had some terrific races, but couldn't quite get to the gold medal standard at the 2A meet. So to get one was, I don't know, it might sound a little weird, but might have been more of a relief than anything, because she had such a great career. She has worked so hard and has endured some issues and all that kind of stuff. She's had a lot of victories along the way but the state meet – she won that first ever season in cross country as a freshman, and then didn't get another one until her very last season as a senior. For me, it was some relief and for her as well. She was certainly thrilled about it. I watched the video and when she crossed the finish line she slapped her hands together and kind of did a little fist pump to her self. It was kind of quiet, but you could tell there was a ton of joy and excitement there, relief, those kind of emotions were there."