Prep cross country: Adidas Classic

PORTLAND, Ore. — Both the Jackson boys and girls teams finished in third place — first among all Washington State high schools — at the Adidas Classic held on Saturday afternoon in Portland, OR. Aaron Roe was the top finisher for the Timberwolves boys with a time of 15 minutes and 29 seconds and Brooke Kingma was the top girls finisher for Jackson with a time of 18:54.

At Fern Hill Park (Portland, OR)

5,000 meters

Boys team scores—3. Jackson 165.

Jackson—Aaron Roe 15:29, Jadon Olson 15:45.2, Clark Sterling 16:23, Brandon Brown 16:27, Connor Day 16:37.

Girls team scores—3. Jackson 141.

Jackson—Brooke Kingma 18:54, Jessica Rawlins 18:55, Mary Charleson 19;21, Emily Hylland 20:01, Anna Pischer 20:36.

*individual places not reported

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