Runners in the 3A-4A Boys 5K turn a corner as the sun sets during the Nike Twilight Cross Country Invitational on Saturday, Oct. 1, 2022, at Cedarcrest Golf Course in Marysville, Washington. (Ryan Berry / The Herald)

Runners in the 3A-4A Boys 5K turn a corner as the sun sets during the Nike Twilight Cross Country Invitational on Saturday, Oct. 1, 2022, at Cedarcrest Golf Course in Marysville, Washington. (Ryan Berry / The Herald)

GALLERY: 15th Annual Nike Twilight XC Invitational

Teams from across the Pacific Northwest descend on Cedarcrest Golf Course in Marysville for the major cross country meet.

MARYSVILLE — Ninety teams from across the Pacific Northwest turned out for the 15th Annual Nike Twilight XC Invitational of Saturday evening at Cedarcrest Golf Course in Marysville.

Lake Stevens was the top local team for both boys and girls in the 5,000 meter varsity 3A-4A races. The Vikings boys finished in fifth and the girls placed fourth.

Here’s a look at the winners and top local teams and finishers from the varsity 3A-4A races:

Boys team scores (winner and local teams in the top 10): 1. Jesuit (Oregon) 35, 5. Lake Stevens 174, 6. Shorewood 180, 7. Kamiak 221, 8. Arlington 227, 9. Shorecrest 292.

Boys individuals (winner and locals in the top 20): 1. Logan Law (Milwaukie, Oregon) 14:51.9, 7. Luke Schmidt (Shorecrest) 15:30.8, 11. Will Lesyna (Kamiak) 15:46.7, 14. Jaedyn Chase (Kamiak) 15:57.4, 18. Jakob Broadbent (Lake Stevens) 16:18.6, 19. Levi Nichols (Glacier Peak) 16:25.4, 20. George Fernandez (Shorecrest) 16:27.5.

Girls team scores (winner and local teams in the top 10): 1. Jesuit (Oregon) 57, 4. Lake Stevens 177, 8. Shorecrest 279.

Girls individuals (winner and locals in the top 20): 1. Annastasia Peters (Post Falls, Idaho) 17:31.1, 7. Paige Gerrard (Snohomish) 18:33.5.

Click here for complete results and see below for a photo gallery from the event

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