List of local qualifiers for state cross country meet

Numerous local runners and teams are headed to Pasco for Saturday’s state cross country championships.


When: Saturday

Where: Sun Willows Golf Course (Pasco)

Race schedule: wheelchair, 9:30 a.m.; 2B/1B girls, 10 a.m.; 1A girls, 10:30 a.m.; 2A girls, 11 a.m.; 2B/1B boys, 11:30 a.m.; 1A boys, noon; 2A boys, 12:30 p.m.; 3A girls, 1 p.m.; 4A girls, 1:30 p.m.; ambulatory, 2 p.m.; 3A boys, 2:30 p.m.; 4A boys, 3 p.m.

Qualifying: Individual qualification for state was determined by placing in last week’s district meets, and team qualification was determined by placing in the district-meet team standings. Qualifying teams send seven runners to the state meet, with their top five state finishers counting toward their team score.


Local qualifying teams

Jackson, Kamiak

Local individual qualifiers

Glacier Peak: Elijah Lopez, Nathan Tastad

Jackson: Brenden Charbeneau, Jordan Hansen, Nathaniel Shin, Sean Bubernak, Adan Fernandez

Kamiak: Carp Mukai, Jason Blinn, Jackson Hammons

Lake Stevens: Owen Flinn, Trey Roe

Monroe: Tyler Rihn


Local qualifying teams

Glacier Peak, Lake Stevens

Local individual qualifiers

Glacier Peak: Alexis Palmer, Aviry Stratton, Lindsay Ardry

Jackson: Anna Skoog, Sarah Sewell, Allyson Kim

Kamiak: Emma Arceo

Lake Stevens: Ashley Reeck, Emma Owen, Ella Edens, Abigail Hill

Monroe: Tryggve Trivett, Arella Rihn


Local qualifying teams

Arlington, Snohomish, Edmonds-Woodway, Shorewood

Local individual qualifiers

Arlington: Aiden Emerson, Vincent Loftis, Chance Pearston, Brandon Moore, Quincy Fankhauser, Isaiah Lowery, Ryan Barene

Edmonds-Woodway: Josiah Ponton, Dillon Sackett, Sebastian Olson, Connor Bryan, Nathan Smith, Alphonse Mennano

Lynnwood: Micah Murphy

Meadowdale: Deklund DeBell

Oak Harbor: Dallas Riddle-Stevens, Cooper Billiter

Shorewood: Will Hiett, Blaise Clapper, Joshua Fahey

Snohomish: Joel Lepse, Dylan Thede, Riley Hutchins, Simon Bidne

Stanwood: Jason Khoury


Local qualifying teams

Arlington, Marysville Getchell, Edmonds-Woodway, Lynnwood

Local individual qualifiers

Arlington: Anne Louise Fernandez, Paige Nelson, Maggie Delaney, Kate Rosson, Hannah Johnson

Edmonds-Woodway: Ellie Gard, Jemma Willcox, Ivah Kaushansky, Stella Smith

Everett: Emma Larson

Lynnwood: Christina Savenkova, Jenna Miller, Gergana Georgieva

Marysville Getchell: Jasmine Nguyen, Janae Parsons, Julia Rea, Lilli Toone

Marysville Pilchuck: Alexia Sandoval

Meadowdale: Sonja Amy

Oak Harbor: Adrienne Root

Shorewood: Kyla Johnson

Snohomish: Ellie Baxter, Emily Freeman

Stanwood: Charlotte Bentz, Aubree Carr


Local qualifying teams


Local individual qualifiers

Cedarcrest: John Meier

Lakewood: Gabe Hatch, Alex Jensen

Mountlake Terrace: Alex Williams, Joshua Beam


Local qualifying teams


Local individual qualifiers

Cedarcrest: Sonja Blycker, Hannah Brabec

Lakewood: Madison Howe, Callie Buchanan, Jaydee Yargus, Alexa Daily


Local qualifying teams

South Whidbey

Local individual qualifiers

Cedar Park Christian: Will Chi, Micah Chi

Granite Falls: Isaac Cortes

King’s: Nick LeBar, Hiroto Nasu, Lucas Needham

South Whidbey: Michael Harwell, Thomas Simms, Aidan Donnelly, Cooper Ullmann, Reilly McVay


Local qualifying teams

King’s, South Whidbey

Local individual qualifiers

Cedar Park Christian: Lilly Goering

Coupeville: Catherine Lhamon

Granite Falls: Elie Bassett

King’s: Naomi Smith, Jenae McInnes, Kate Gerspacher, Grace Echelbarger,

South Whidbey: Kaia Swegler Richmond, Grace Huffman, Flannery Friedman, Jasmin Graner

Sultan: Jennifer Doane

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