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Oak Harbor dominates tri-meet | Cross country

Nearly pulling off a double perfecto, the Oak Harbor High School cross country teams overwhelmed Mariner and host Everett Thursday, Sept. 19, in the season's first tri-meet.

The Wildcat boys recorded a perfect score, 15, by taking the six top spots in the race. Oak Harbor also grabbed three of the next five spots.

Everett finished with 57 points; Mariner had 69.

The Oak Harbor girls took six of the top seven spots to defeat Mariner 19-64. Everett didn't field enough girls to earn a team score.

In the boys JV race, Oak Harbor continued its dominance by securing the top four spots and 12 of the top 15.

Junior John Rodeheffer led the varsity boys sweep, running the 2.88-mile course in 15:14.

His freshman sister Laura Rodeheffer was the girls winner in 18:57.

Caleb Peek was the boys JV winner (17:42). There was no girls JV race.

Other results:

Boys varsity: 2, Clayton Richardson, 15:25; 3, Logan Clark, 16:40; 4, Sebastian Ceaser, 16:45; 5, Nathan Richardson, 16:59; 6, Nathan Wagner, 17:08; 8, Miguel Guzman, 17:17; 9, Dakota Powers, 17:08; 11, Tristin Mirabal, 17:57; 17, Stephen Miller, 18:28.

Girls: 3, Alex Laiblin, 19:26; 4, Jonalynn Horn, 19:28; 5, Carolynn Wicker, 20:59; 6, Natalie Fiallos, 21:02; 7, Suzanne Kaltenbach, 21:05; 10, Marisa Sligh, 21:20; 12, Kaitlyn Chelberg, 22:13; 13, Rachel Crowther, 22:55; 14, Alisa Meany, 22:58; 15, Kaitlyn Smith, 23; 16, Carly Hall, 23:06; 17, Hanna Keyes, 23:09; 18, Elissa Norton, 23:12; 19, Crystal Titzkowski, 23:21; 21, Nikki Blanchard, 23:36; 22, Carly Crowther, 23:36; 25, Sydney Erickson, 25:17; 26, Sierra Seabolt, 25:26; 27, Jackie Dejesus, 25:27; 28, Megan Knott, 25:30.

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