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Girls 15th, boys 18th in 72-team meet | Cross Country

The Oak Harbor girls cross country team finished 15th and the boys 18th at the 72-team Hole in the Wall meet at Lakewood High School Saturday, Oct. 6.

Alex Laiblin (19:48.5) finished 33rd out of 167 in the 5K girls varsity race. She was followed by Christina Wicker (58th, 20:26.8), Marisa Sligh (103rd, 21:26.9), Rachel Crowther (114th, 21:44) and Jonalynn Horn (139th, 22:49.3).

For the boys varsity, John Rodeheffer (16:39.4) placed 28th and fifth among sophomores out of 213. Also running the varsity race were Jason Salas (98th, 17:31.8), Gavin Stewart (109th, 17:39.1), Isaac Matthews (110th, 17:39.7), Nathan Wagner (130th, 17:55.7), Clayton Richardson (135th, 17:58.9) and Caley Powers (181st, 18:43.6).

The Wildcats' next competition is the divisional meet Thursday, Oct. 18, at the Cedarcrest Golf Course in Marysville.

Other Oak Harbor results at Lakewood:

Boys freshmen/sophomores (298 runners): 16, Dakota Powers, 18:07.5; 83, Tristin Mirabal, 19:30.3; 96, Jon Dix, 19:48.2; 98, Caleb Peek, 19:49.6; 171, Gunnar Melnick, 21:06.2; 175, Nathan Larson, 21:12.2; 198, Stephen Ross, 21:38.3; 215, Joseph Gorman, 22:08.5; 277, Thomas O'Brien, 24:48.9; 285, Alex Berry, 26:07.3.

Boys JV (179): 12, Alexander Krantz, 17:59.2; 34, Stephen Miller, 18:32.9; 86, Brendan Bristow, 19:25.1; 123, Steve Hall, 20:19.9.

JV girls (388): 60, Caitlyn Dodge, 22:57.4; 76, Alisa Meany, 23:13.7; 103, Faith Callies, 23:49.8; 110, Jessica Ganswig, 23:57.8; 116, Carly Crowther, 24:03.6; 145, Nikki Blanchard, 24:37.8; 172, Mizuki Suga, 25:05.7; 178, Sydney Ericksen, 25:13.5; 229, Mara Powers, 26:23.3; 244, Jackie Dejesus, 26:35.1; 256, Rae Wynne, 26:55.3; 272, Lydia Dailey, 27:10.4; 293, Margaret Dailey, 25:45.8; 322, Eri Horikawna, 28:46.5.

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