Prep cross country: Oak Harbor meet

At City Beach Park

2.485 miles

Boys team scores—Oak Harbor 20, Monroe 45, Everett 69.

Oak Harbor—1. John Rodehiffer 15:42; 2. Jason Salas 15:56; 3. Clay Richardson 16:01; 6. Patrick Mayer 16:20; 8. Caley Powers 16:40. Monroe—4. Chandler Crayto 16:04; 5. Tyler Sharp 16:15; 7. Jackson Beaumont 16:31; 18. Sam LaPine 17:47; 19. David Martos 17:50. Everett—11. Barrett McElroy 16:54; 12. Cole Havener 17:04; 13. Cooper James 17:07; 20. Chris Roe 18:10; 21. Francisco Zamoca 18:26.

Girls team scores—Monroe 20, Oak Harbor 38, Everett 77.

Monroe—2. Tiffany Ohlsen 18:56; 3. Emily Bland 19:41; 4. CeAnna Heit 19:43; 5. Katherine Busch 19:59; 6. Kendra DeLaMare 20:01. Oak Harbor—1. Alex Laiblin 18:40; 7. Christina Wicker 20:03; 9. Ashley Everett 20:30; 10. Marisa Sligh 20:44; 11. Mackenzie Jackson 21:21. Everett—8. Roz Kinney 20:23; 15. Madison Rutledge 22:23; 21. McKenna Slack 23:05; 23. Eleanor Wgeishofski 23:08; 29. Sierra Bove 23:53.

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