Turning in one of the greatest performances ever at the FCIAC cross-country championships, Wilton High senior Morgan McCormick won the girls title for the second year in a row on Wednesday at Waveny Park in New Canaan. McCormick\u2019s time of 13:44 for the 4K course was fourth fastest all-time for the championship meet at Waveny Park, behind Hannah DelBalsi of Staples in 2013 (13:29) and 2014 (13:37) and Claire Howlett of Westhill in 2013 (13:41). Her time broke her own school record for the FCIAC meet, set last year with a time of 14:36. As she\u2019s done all season, McCormick crushed the competition, finishing one minute and seven seconds ahead of runner-up Lauren Moore of Danbury. It\u2019s unknown if that\u2019s the biggest margin of victory ever at the FCIAC meet, but it is the biggest margin in the last 19 years. Since 1999 only one runner has won the girls race by more than a minute \u2014 DeBalsi, who had a margin of victory of 1:02 in 2014. \u201cI was surprised by my time because I didn\u2019t feel like I pushed that hard,\u201d said McCormick after the race. \u201cIt\u2019s a good way to finish out my senior year. It\u2019s such a great group of girls on the team. I\u2019ll be sad to leave them.\u201d In seven races this fall, McCormick\u2019s closest margin of victory has been 33 seconds. And like all those earlier races, she went out fast on Wednesday, running her first mile in about 5:23. \u201cI went out pretty fast like I practiced during the dual meets. Everyone stuck with me in this race. I just tried to maintain that pace through that first mile,\u201d said McCormick, who slowed a bit after that as she built a commanding lead. \u201cI felt great during the race. I think I definitely could have pushed it, so that makes me really excited for states because I know if I have people in front of me then I\u2019ll be able to go even faster. I haven\u2019t had anyone in front of me in a race yet, so I\u2019m excited about that.\u201d Next up is the Class L championships on Oct. 28 at Wickham Park, where McCormick be vying for her second state title in a row. Wilton girls sixth The Wilton girls finished sixth in the FCIAC team standings. Greenwich won the title, followed by Danbury, Trumbull, Fairfield Ludlowe and Ridgefield in the top five. Emily Welch was Wilton\u2019s second finisher in a time of 16:03.46, good for 26th place. Not far behind her were Eliza Snyder (19th,16:08.64) and Paula Perez Pelaez (32nd, 16:12.46). Rounding out the Wilton effort were Carly Sullivan (68th, 17:28.74), Erin Sweeney (69th, 17:29.74), Elizabeth Lynch (73rd, 17:40.51) and Caleigh McMorris (75th, 17:49.85. Zengo leads Wilton boys Wilton finished 10th in the boys race, which was won by Staples. Tyler Zengo continued to set the pace for the Warriors, as he was 48th overall in a time of 17:49.35. Davis Cote was the team\u2019s second finisher in 17:59.95, followed by Flynn Crowther (66th, 18:21.98), Nicholas Ivanov (67th,18:23.60), Ryan Healey (71st, 18:31.61), Benjamin Leung (82nd,18:57.89), Jack Rosen (83rd, 19:04.08), Sam Rosen (19:11.25).