Prep cross country: Stanford Invitational

STANFORD, Calif. — Glacier Peak’s Amy-Eloise Neale won the girls seeded flight at the Stanford Invitational on Saturday. Neale ran the 5,000 meter course, held at the Stanford University Golf Course, in 16:52, 12 seconds faster than the second-place finisher. Teammate Katie Bianchini finished sixth in the same flight with a time of 17:51. Jackson’s Aaron Roe ran the course in 15:34 to place 10th in the boys seeded flight.

At Stanford University

5,000 meters

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Boys

Seeded flight—10. Aaron Roe (Jackson), 19. Jadon Olson (J), 89. Conner Hayes (J), 90. Clark Sterling (J) 16:45, 98. Brandon Brown (J) 16:53. Varsity Division 3—57. Keagan Smith (Glacier Peak) 17:17, 63. Andrew Thomas (GP) 17:23, 76. Zach Smith 17:36. 77. Michael Matwichuk (GP) 17:36, 81. Ryan Rodriguez (GP) 17:39. Varsity Division 4—39. Douglas Davis (Lakewood) 16:54, 49. Drew Cabales (L) 17:03, 90. Alex Cooper (L) 17:29. 91. Peter Espinoza (L) 17:29, 101. Ryan Whitehead (L) 17:38.

Girls

Seeded flight—1. Amy-Eloise Neale (Glacier Peak) 16:52, 6. Katie Bianchini (GP) 17:51, 59. Megan Davis (GP) 19:39, 84. Samantha Northrop 19:58, 114. Mikayla Graham 20:38. Varsity Division 4—21. Ariel Jensen (Lakewood) 19:56, 72. Darby Throndsen (L) 21:11, 97. Rachel Sowards (L) 21:36, 120. Sara Newman (L) 22:13, 126. Alisa Smith (L) 22:30.

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