Prep cross country: Tomahawk Twilight

MARYSVILLE — South Whidbey’s Lilliana Stellin finished fourth in the girls varsity 1B-2A race and the Falcons won the team title at the Twilight Cross Country Invitational on Saturday.

Stellin ran the 5,000 meter course in 19:12, one second behind Kacey Kemper of King’s, but South Whidbey edged the Knights by seven points in the team standings.

The King’s boys team also put in a strong performance, placing second behind Lindbergh. Andrew Ayers (16:18) finished third to pace the Knights.

Jack Griffing of Edmonds-Woodway recorded a time of 15:44.1 to end up fourth in the boys 3A-4A race. Mason Nichol’s eighth place time of 15:58 led Lake Stevens to second place.

At Cedarcrest G.C.

5,000 meters

Boys team scores (top 3 only)—Varsity 1B-2A: Lindbergh 69, King’s 100, Franklin Pierce 120. Varsity 3A-4A: 1. Bothell 117, Lake Stevens 119, Eastlake 131.

Varsity 1B-2A—1. Stephen Bottoms (Onalaska) 15:44, 2. Nehemiah Barrett (Franklin Pierce) 15:58, 3. Andrew Ayers (King’s) 16:18, 4. Kyle Cole (Cedar Park Christian-Bothell) 16:22, 5. Mohammud Abdi (Lindbergh) 16:48. Varsity 3A-4A—1. Keegan Symmes (Skyline) 15:23, 2. Michael Mendenhall (Inglemoor) 15:34, 3. Sam Griner (Interlake) 15:41, 4. Jack Griffing (Edmonds-Woodway) 15:44.1, 5. Charlie Barringer (Bothell) 15:44.7.

Girls team scores (top 3 only)—Varsity 1B-2A: South Whidbey 79, King’s 86, Cedar Park Christian-Bothell 90

Varsity 1B-2A—1. Sally Larson (CPC-B) 18:08, 2. Audrey Western (University Prep) 19:10, 3. Kacey Kemper (King’s) 19:11, 4. Lilliana Stellin (SW) 19:12, 5. Camille Moore (Bush) 19:15. Varsity 3A-4A—1. Kyra Burke (Inglemoor) 18:13, 2. Andrea Masterson (Lakeside) 18:15, 3. Rebecca Delacruz-Gund (Lakeside) 18:37, 4. Jessica Spray (Newport) 18:43, 5. Moira O’Connor Lent (Holy Names) 18:51.

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