All-Cascade Conference: Cross Country

First Team Boys

Logan Orndorf, Cedarcrest, Jr.

Andrew Ayers, King’s, So.

Douglas Davis, Lakewood, So.

Drew Cabales, Lakewood, Jr.

Quinn Radbourne, Cedarcrest, Jr.

Cole Zink, South Whidbey, Sr.

Dominic Dams, Cedarcrest, Sr.

Second Team Boys

Alex Cooper, Lakewood, So.

Ryan Nash, Granite Falls, Sr.

Cody Wanichek, Cedarcrest, Sr.

Patrick Hyatt, Archbishop Murphy, Sr.

Jonathan Gunderson, Cedarcrest, Jr.

Peter Smith, Archbishop Murphy, Jr.

Ryan Whitehead, Lakewood, Jr.

First Team Girls

Kacey Kemper, King’s, Jr.

McKenna Smith, King’s, So.

Lillianna Stelling, South Whidbey, Sr.

Amelia Anderson, Cedarcrest, So.

Olivia Waterman, Cedarcrest, Jr.

Lindsey Dorney, Archbishop Murphy, So.

Diana Carr, Cedarcrest, Jr.

Second Team Girls

Ariel Jensen, Lakewood, Sr.

Rachel Mow, Granite Falls, Sr.

Darby Throndsen, Lakewood, So.

Mallorie Mitchem, South Whidbey, Fr.

Molly Hammontree, Cedarcrest, Sr.

Megan Brimley, Cedarcrest, Jr.

Mikayla Morgan, King’s, So.

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