Prep cross country: Adidas XC Classic

At Willamette Mission State Park

5,000 meters

Invitational

Boys team scores—1. Columbia 84, 16. Archbishop Murphy 374.

Archbishop Murphy—17. Peter Smith 16:42, 57. Tate Johnson 17:32, 63. Samuel Byrne 17:39, 136. Luke Van Hollebeke 18:50, 141. Dillon Steinenga 18:54.

Girls team scores—1. South Anchorage 76, Archbishop Murphy DNQ.

Archbishop Murphy—11. Lindsey Dorney 19:49.

Elite

Boys team scores—1. Summit 78, 3. Snohomish 153.

Snohomish—12. Brad Hodkinson 15:49, 15. Kyler Sager 15:57, 19. Branden Perry 15:59, 62. Robert Williams 16:41, 67. Ryan Gillings 16:51.

Girls team scores—1. Summit 62, 3. Snohomish 120.

Snohomish—20. Kyla Shade 18:38, 21. Bri Gibson 18:46, 23. Hailey Nyquist 18:57, 32. Hannah Berntson 19:22, 49. Esmeralda Bonilla 19:51.

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