Prep cross country: UW Sundodger Invitational

At Lincoln Park (Seattle)

5K

Boys team scores—4. Jackson 154, 8. Lakewood 241, 9. Glacier Peak 256, 10. Lake Stevens 271, 15. Edmonds-Woodway 396, 16. Cascade 423, 17. Arlington 424, 22. Mariner 646, 23. Everett 649.

Jackson—Jadon Olson 15:15.40, Aaron Roe 15:18.77, Tristan Taylor 15:53.14, Steven Ainsworth 16:25.38, Efren Chaves 16:41.12; Lakewood—Douglas Davis 15:34.92, Mitchell Darrah 15:57.93, Drew Cabales 16:17.53, Alex Cooper 16:47.19, Connor Smith 17:06.30; Glacier Peak—Keagan Smith 15:55.01, Garren Arnold 16:30.55, Zach Smith 16:36.96, Isaac Ripley 16:38.86, James Horne 16:40.01; Lake Stevens—Noah Wallace 16:21.67, Zach Bush 16:22.27, Isaiah Britt 16:26.47, David Castillo 16:33.81, Cortlend Novak 16:59.80; Edmonds-Woodway—Miler Haller 15:28.93, Elliot Harrison 17:03.20, Benjamin Yang 17:13.12, Noushyar Eslami 17:19.91, Kyle Aitken 17:58.15; Cascade—Dylan Olson 16:34.90, Jackson Wagner 16:44.81, Vinny Shipley 16:57.99, Evan Hurt 17:36.89, Steven Bishop 18:08.68; Arlington—Nathan Beamer 16:45.35, Peiter Andrew 16:53.48, Ben Comerford 17:12.14, Michael Barene 17:24.42, Matthew Taylor17:27.85; Mariner—Spencer Anderson 17:52.04, Diego Casillas 18:19.24, Tim Angelos 18:26.28, John Nguyen 18:33.36, Quan Tran 19:13.22; Everett—Cooper James 17:30.79, Edmund Havener 18:25.76, Francisco Zamora 18:38.12, Donovan Barnhart 18:39.08, Colt Beardsley 18:55.35.

Girls team scores—2. Glacier Peak 118, 4. Jackson 128, 11. Arlington 315, 12. Lake Stevens 351, 14. Lakewood 381, 15. Edmonds-Woodway 432, 20. Mariner 536, 21. Cascade 580.

Glacier Peak—Heidi Smith 19:05.97, Megan Davis 19:06.92, Samantha Northrop 19:20.16, Natalie Church 19:33.02, Katherine Dittmann 19:35.10; Jackson—Brooke Kingma 18:34.60, Jessica Rawlins 18:48.49, Mary Charleson 19:07.91, Emily Hylland 19:18.04, Sarah Todd 20:37.99; Arlington—Emma Janousek 19:51.22, Cassidy Rude 19:59.08, Gracie Castandeda 20:03.43, Marie Gaudin 20:57.44, Shanelle Shirey 21:13.88; Lake Stevens—Dandelion Kinison 19:26.64, Emma Horn 20:31.25, Theresa Gipson 20:35.45, Lacey Main 21:17.63, Anna Green 21:31.72; Lakewood—Rachel Sowards 20:39.34, Britney Albro 20:40.89, Darby Throndsen 20:47.08, Ellen Knowles 20:53.95, Alondra Meza 20:55.85; Edmonds-Woodway—Hailey Kettel 19:11.82, Kathryn Haldeman 20:07.75, Susan Kim 22:05.82, Megan Kelly 22:55.72, Isabel Callen 23:03.18; Mariner—Abbie Steinhauer 19:17.52, Chanel Ridiros 22:20.85, Ari Angeles 23:35.12, Lorena Gutierrez-Perez 24:23.19, Honglam Van 25:17.70; Cascade—Alexa Boswell 21:27.84, Ashley Carlson 21:50.51, Amanda Redford 22:46.46, Sara Elbert 23:15.05, Jaidacyn Madrigal 23:43.40.

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