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Girls finish 2nd, boys 4th | Cross Country

The Oak Harbor High School girls cross country team placed second to top-ranked Glacier Peak and the boys finished fourth in a five-team meet at Lake Stevens Thursday, Sept. 29.

In the girls race, the Grizzlies led the way with 24 points, followed by Oak Harbor (44), Lake Stevens (77), Edmonds-Woodway (115) and Everett (125).

Lake Stevens, ranked 10th in the state 4A poll, won the boys meet with 34 points, leading Glacier Peak (56), Edmonds-Woodway (79), Oak Harbor (93) and Everett (114).

Three Wildcats girls finished in the top 10 in the 5,000-meter race: Christina Wicker, third, 19:36; Hannah Bressler, sixth, 20:31; and Alex Laiblin, seventh, 20:41.

Oak Harbor also had three boys reach the top 10: Matt Reith, third, 16:38; Joshua Schrum, seventh, 16:49; and John Rodeheffer, ninth, 16:50.

Oak Harbor travels to Maple Falls for the Mount Baker Invitational at Silver Lake Park Saturday, Oct. 1, at 10 a.m.

Other Oak Harbor results:

Varsity girls: 13, Ashley Everett, 21:14; 15, Heather Dale, 21:16; 17, Jonalynn Horn, 21:23l 18, Taylor VonGrey, 21:29; 21, Mackenzie Jackson, 21:39; 29, Carlie Kenny, 23:39; 30, Rachel Crowther, 23:48; 37, Emily Bain, 24:28; 39, Nikki Blanchard, 24:48; 48, Grace Pauley, 27:33; 50, Stacy Meyer, 27:41; 52, Emily Saar, 27:47; 53, Sophie Rath, 27:56; 54, Alexa Holmly, 28:13.

Varsity boys: 26, Dakota Powers, 18:17; 30, Thomas Honeycutt, 18:34.

JV boys: 3, Esai Cunningham, 17:57; 4, Stephen Miller, 18:26; 5, Clayton Richardson, 18:30; 7, Patrick Mayer, 18:43; 14, Adriel Eckart, 19:10; 17, Brendan Bristow, 19:29; 18, Joel Erickson, 19:32; 26, Nathan Wagner, 19:52;

51, Ryuta Meany, 22:03; 52, Gunnar Melnick, 22:06.

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