Cedarcrest boys, girls win Cascade Conference cross country crowns

MARYSVILLE – Running on her home course, Lakewood’s Rachel Cundy finished just 1 second behind Kacey Kemper in the Cascade Conference girls race. Both runners were at least 20 seconds faster than their competition.

Cedarcrest placed five runners in the top-11 to win the girls crown.


ke the 3A race, the Cascade Conference doesn’t effect next weekend’s Class 2A District 1 meet at South Whidbey H.S.

In the boys race, King’s Hap Emmons edged Sam Holeman to take the individual title. Cedarcrest also won the boys team title.

At Lakewood H.S.

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Cascade Conference boys team scores–Cedarcrest 41, King’s 61, Lakewood 63, Archbishop Murphy 78, Granite Falls 142, South Whidbey 147.

Archbishop Murphy–2 Sam Holeman 16:25.40, 10 Patrick Hyatt 17:35.15, 18 Peter Smith 18:12.35, 24 Robert Filley 18:26.53, 28 Dustin Miller 18:33.09; Cedarcrest–3 Logan Orndorf 16:28.32, 4 Mitchell Montgomery 16:28.60, 8 Cody Wanichek 17:28.36, 11 Gage Catherman 17:37.48, 15 Quinn Radbourne 17:51.25; Granite Falls–12 Ryan Nash 17:38.41, 31 Josh Short 18:41.64, 41 Riley Hansen 19:06.95, 42 KC Spencer 19:08.79, 47 Addison Buchholz 19:23.85; King’s–1 Hap Emmons 16:18.32, 6 Andrew Ayers 17:10.91, 14 Hunter Bryson 17:44.48, 19 Jonathan Yu 18:12.66, 22 Ryan Mills 18:20.76; South Whidbey–13 Cole Zink 17:42.39, 30 Gavin Imes 18:39.11, 35 Noah Moeller 18:48.20, 50 Anders Bergquist 19:29.38, 58 Truman Hood 19:44.29; Sultan–20 Aaron Heidlage 18:13.68, 59 James Nelson 19:45.84, 78 Ian Elie 21:02.89, 100 Caleb Wallace 22:07.02.

Cascade Conference girls team scores–Cedarcrest 42, Lakewood 60, King’s 63, Archbishop Murphy 90, South Whidbey 112, Granite Falls 158.

Archbishop Murphy–3 Michaela Bartz 19:56.57, 14 Annie Dang 21:26.45, 20 Melissa Brown 22:07.49, 24 Kristen Turner 22:26.53, 35 Andrea Sadowski 23:37.91; Cedarcrest–6 Amelia Anderson 20:32.01, 7 Diana Carr 20:50.87, 8 Olivia Waterman 20:57.95, 10 Molly Hammontree 21:01.54, 11 Tasha Hartwig 21:03.14; Granite Falls–23 Rachel Mow 22:25.46, 31 Emily Rice 23:02.91, 41 Paige Barger 23:48.11, 42 Courtney Conaway 24:12.55, 48 Sadie Woolman-Morgan 25:08.28; King’s–1 Kacey Kemper 19:35.80, 4 McKenna Smith 20:06.32, 16 Sophia Thomas 21:44.23, 19 Emma Barr 22:05.35, 25 Sami McDevitt 22:26.88; South Whidbey–5 Lillianna Stelling 20:06.81, 22 Jessica Cary 22:19.25, 26 Emma Lungren 22:33.51, 30 Nora Felt 23:01.52, 40 Anna Hood 23:46.65; Sultan–37 Robin Loch 23:38.84.

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