Latest Cross Country Coaches Poll

The Jackson boys and Glacier Peak girls, fresh off their strong performances in the Stanford Invitational, kept their top rankings in the latest Cross Country Coaches Poll, which was released on Monday.

Jackson’s Aaron Roe and Jadon Olson finished 10th and 19th, respectively, at the Stanford Invitational to remain second in the Class 4A rankings. Glacier Peak’s Amy-Eloise Neale finished first in a time of 16 minutes, 52 seconds and teammate Katie Bianchini was sixth in 17:51 in Palo Alto, Calif., as the Grizzlies remained first in 3A.

The Jackson girls remained fifth and Snohomish was seventh in 4A. The Kamiak boys are still third behind Jackson.

In 1A, the King’s boys and girls are ranked fifth and sixth, respectively.

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