Prep cross country: Sunfair Invite

At Franklin Park (Yakima)

2 (frosh) and 3 miles (soph., junior, senior)

Top local boys finishers by class:

Cedarcrest—Frosh: 8. Cameron Hammontree 11:16.97; Sophomore: 14. John Shaw 17:54.37; Junior: 54. Jared Vanhulle 19:25.99; Senior: 36. Austin Bebee 18:36.25. South Whibey—Frosh: 23. Justin Gonzales 11:53.10; Sophomore: 57. Evan Mellish 19:10.98; Junior: 56. Anthony Kovic 19:34.67; Senior: 64. Kyrell Broyles 19:58.76.

Top local girls finishers by class:

Cedarcrest—Frosh: 82. Courtney Tobin 13:08.23; Sophomore: 206. Kiana Ward 23:21.45; Junior Varsity: 85. Noelle Viger 24:21.05; Varsity: 14. Olivia Waterman 19:07.63. South Whidbey—Frosh: 142. Riley Yale 14:34.76; Sophomore: 232. Anna Justus 24:31.12; Junior Varsity: 56. Kinsey Eager 22:59.62; Varsity: 64. Diana Carr 20:05.72.

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