Prep stars of the night for Saturday, Oct. 26

Here are the stars of the night for Saturday, Oct. 26:

Brenden Charbeneau, Jackson boys cross country

Charbeneau, a junior, won the boys Wesco Championships race, finishing the race at Lakewood High School in 15 minutes, 53.8 seconds.

Emma Arceo, Kamiak girls cross country

Arceo, a sophomore, edged out Monroe’s Tryggve Trivett by .1 seconds to win the girls Wesco Championships race. Arceo posted a time of 18:37.2.

Isaac Cortes, Granite Falls boys cross country

Cortes, a senior, won the boys North Sound Conference Championships race with a personal-best time of 16:10.6.

Naomi Smith, King’s girls cross country

Smith, a senior, dominated the girls North Sound Conference Championships race, finishing the race in 17:29.7. Smith’s nearest competitor finished almost two minutes behind her.

Grace Morgan, Meadowdale girls swim & dive

Morgan, a senior, won the 200-yard freestyle and 500-yard freestyle at the Edmonds School District Championships meet with times of 2:04.46 and 5:26.7, respectively. Morgan also helped the Mavericks’ 200- and 400-yard freestyle relays teams to victory.

Jersey Razzano, Meadowdale girls swim & dive

Razzano, a senior, won the 100-yard freestyle and 100-yard backstroke at the Edmonds School District Championships meet with times of 57.24 and 1:04.63, respectively. Razzano also anchored the Mavericks’ victorious 200- and 400-yard freestyle relay teams.

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