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Wildcat boys win meet; girls finish 2nd | Cross country

Oak Harbor's depth helped its boys cross country team win a three-team meet at Lynndale Park Thursday, Sept. 13; the Wildcats girls placed second.

Oak Harbor grabbed six of the top 12 spots as the boys scored 34 points to host Edmonds-Woodway's 44 and Arlington's 53.

Arlington won the girls meet 25-40-66 over the Wildcats and Warriors.

John Rodeheffer (14:24.9), Clayton Richardson (16:17.9) and Jason Salas (16:18.7) went 2-5-6 to lead the boys. E-W's Jack Griffing won in 15:16.3.

For the girls, Christina Wicker placed second (18:48.6) and Alex Laiblin fourth (19:18.3), trailing winner Emma Janousek of Arlington (18:40.6).

In the JV boys race, Caleb Peak was the top Wildcat finisher, placing fifth (18:08.5). There was no JV girls race.

Oak Harbor holds its only home meet of the year at 3:45 p.m. Thursday, Sept. 20, at Windjammer Park against Everett and Monroe.

Other Oak Harbor results at Lynndale Park:

Varsity boys: 10, Isaac Matthews, 16:47.7; 11, Gavin Stewart, 16:49.8; 12, Logan Clark, 16:56.3; 14, Nathan Wagner, 17:01.7; 17, Alex Krantz, 17:19.6; 18, Caley Powers, 17:48.9; 19, Dakota Powers, 17:57.1.

Varsity girls: 10, Rachel Crowther, 20:31.9; 11, Marissa Sligh, 20:44.6; 13, Carlie Kenny, 21:06.2; 17, Jonalynn Horn, 21:545; 19, Mackenzie Jackson, 22:05.9; 20, Caitlyn Dodge, 22:11.7; 23, Carly Crowther, 22:31.6; 28, Mizuki Suga, 23:28.6; 29, Alisa Meany, 23:37.5; 30, Sydney Ericksen, 23:51.8; 36, Rae Wynne, 25:17.6; 37, Jackie DeJesus, 25:17.9; 38, Mara Powers, 25:20.

JV boys: 7, Tristin Mirabal, 18:14; 10, Brenden Bristow, 18:58.3; 11, Harka Earney, 18:58.8; 12, Nathaniel Richardson, 19:00.4; 14, Dustin Mirabal, 19:08.2; 15, Daniel Ros, 19:17.3; 17, Steven Hall, 19:33.3; 21, Jon Dix, 19:59.2; 23, Nathan Larson, 20:11.1; 25, Joe Gorman, 20:18.3; 33, Thomas O'Brien, 24:05.2; 34, Alex Berry, 25:01.

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