Prep stars of the night for Saturday, Oct. 12

Here are the prep stars of the night for Saturday, Oct. 12:

Aiden Emerson, Arlington boys cross country

Emerson, a sophomore, was the top local finisher in the varsity boys team average under 18:00 race at the Hole in the Wall Inviational at Lakewood High School with a personal-best time of 15 minutes, 34 seconds. His time was good for 10th overall.

Micah Murphy, Lynnwood boys cross country

Murphy, a senior, finished second by .1 seconds in the varsity boys team average over 18:oo race at the Hole in the Wall Invitational with a personal-best time of 15:53.8.

Naomi Smith, King’s girls cross country

Smith, a senior, was the top local finisher in the varisty girls team average under 22:30 race at the Hole in the Wall Invitional. She ran the race in 17:37.5 to take sixth place.

Kaia Swegler Richmond, South Whidbey girls cross country

Swegler Richmond, a junior, took second in the varsity girls team average over 22:30 race with a personal-best time of 18:50.5 at the Hole in the Wall Invitational.

Brandon Parrish, Cedar Park Christian football

Parrish, a junior, ran for 102 yards — including a 19-yard go-ahead, fourth-quarter touchdown — on 13 carries in the Eagles’ 14-7 win over South Whidbey.

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