Prep cross country: King’s Cross Invite

At King’s H.S.

3 miles

Boys team scores—1. Northwest Christian-Colbert 39, 3. King’s 67, 5. Marysville Pilchuck 153, 7. Lynnwood 181.

King’s—1. Andrew Ayers 16:22, 12. Ryan Mills 17:52, 15. Matt Jackson 18:00, 18. Tyler Ward 18:16, 23. Andrew Brodsky 18:31. Marysville Pilchuck—8. Chris Moen 17:26, 30. David Gloyd 18:47, 43. David Adams 19:12, 46. Michael Dufour 19:23, 48. Josh Berry 19:25. Lynnwood—25. Noah Johann 18:33, 37. Kaleb Decker 18:56, 41. Leul Wolde 19:03, 51. Mahad Hufane 19:31, 61. Matthew Carwin 20:02. Grace Academy—12. Samuel Campbell 20:24, 89. Miles Pendry 27:29.

Girls team scores—1. King’s 36, 2. Lynnwood 41, 7. Marysville Pilchuck 209.

King’s—3. Kacey Kemper 19:04, 7. Krystal Brodsky 20:52, 10. Lily Kleven 21:22, 11. Rachel Mills 21:39, 12. Gillian Edgar 21:54. Lynnwood—1. Mikayla Pivec 18:53, 2. Malia Pivec 19:02, 8. Alexa Schroeder 21:00, 13. Ashtin Markowski 22:03, 24. Madison Bryson-Eyer 23:09. Marysville Pilchuck—42. Natasha Flitz 25:36, 44. Serenity Monar 25:55, 49. Trinity Wolfington 27:17, 56. Lauren Edgar 28:34, 58. Jamie Hollister 29:35. Grace Academy—40. Bethany Hackbarth 25:27, 68. Kaylee Dickerman 31:43, 72. Kayla Lee 35:21, 73. Jessica Jones 35:32.

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