Glacier Peak’s Amy-Eloise Neale sets record at Sehome Invite

BELLINGHAM — Glacier Peak runners Amy-Eloise Neale and Katie Bianchini finished one-two in the senior race to lead the Grizzlies cross country team to the overall girls team title at the Sehome Invitational on Saturday.

Neale ran the two-mile course at Civic Stadium in 10:54.93 to set a course record. Bianchini finished at 11:31.27, which also topped the old record.

Glacier Peak finished with a team score of 21, five points better than second-place Sehome.

Arlington’s Emma Janousek won the freshman race with a time of 12:46.92.

The Kamiak boys team scored a 62 and finished second behind Sehome (48). The Knights’ Jerry Behrens ran 10:33.49 to finish second in the junior class race.

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