Prep cross country: Lake Stevens Meet

At Lake Stevens H.S.

5,000 meters

Boys team scores—Lake Stevens 25, Shorecrest 55, Lake Stevens 57

Edmonds-Woodway—1. Miler Haller 17:08, 11. Benjamin Yang 17:57, 16. Biniam Tesfaghaber 18:26, 17. Noushyar Eslami 18:27, 18. Jonah Cortezzo 18:28. Shorecrest—results not reported. Lake Stevens—3. Noah Wallace 17:27, 4. Zach Bush 17:31, 5. Isaiah Britt 17:34, 6. David Castillo 17:35, 7. Cortlend Novak 17:49.

Girls team scores—Lake Stevens 34, Edmonds-Woodway 40, Shorecrest 59

Edmonds-Woodway—2. Hailey Kettel 20:18.30, 5. Kathryn Halderman 21:15, 6. Hayley Tengs 21:16, 16. Susan Kim 22:47, 19. Svetlana Alabyeva 23:02.

Shorecrest—results not reported. Lake Stevens—3. Dandelion Kinison 20:41, 4. Rachel Schackman 21:10, 8. Emma Horn 21:22. 9. Theresa Gipson 21:40, 10. Lacey Main 21:52.

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