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Wildcat boys, girls capture 1st place | Cross country

Finishing 1-2 in both the boys and girls races, the Oak Harbor High School cross country teams won a tri-meet at Marysville-Pilchuck Thursday, Sept. 26.

The Wildcat boys squeaked out a 29-31 win over a combined Everett-Cascade team; M-P trailed with 72 points. The JV boys race was even closer, with Oak Harbor nipping Everett-Cascade 27-28.

The order of finish was the same for the varsity girls teams, with Oak Harbor winning 24-35-84.

John Rodeheffer (16:23) and Clayton Richardson (16:41) led the boys field in the 5,000-meter race, while Alex Laiblin (19:28) and Jonalynn Horn (20:10) paced the girls.

Joe Gorman (19:37) and Mathew Nortier (19:49) went 2-3 in the JV race.

The Wildcats hold their only home meet of the season at

3:45 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 3, at Windjammer Park when Marysville Getchell and Shorewood visit.

Other results:

Varsity boys: 5, Sebastian Ceasar, 17:40; 10, Nathan Richardson, 18:37; 11, Miguel Guzman, 18:45; 12, Brendan Bristow, 18:45; 14, Tristin Mirabal, 19:06; 17, Caleb Peek, 19:25; 19, Stephen Miller, 19:35.

Girls: 6, Marisa Sligh, 22:23; 7, Natalie Fiallos, 22:34; 8, Kaitlyn Chelberg, 22:57; 9, Carolynn Wicker, 23:01; 10, Rachel Crowther, 23:12; 11, Kaitlyn Smith, 23:12; 14, Carly Hall, 23:42; 15, Alisa Meany, 24:11; 17, Hanna Keyes, 24:32; 18, Carly Crowther, 24:47; 19, Nikki Blanchard, 24:59; 21, Elyssa Nortier, 25:46; 23, Sydney Ericksen, 25:59; 25, Sierra Seabolt, 26:34; 27, Megan Knott, 26:53; 31, Jackie Dejesus, 28:21.

JV boys: 6, Ziwei Peng, 20:06; 7, Alex Hartley, 20:07; 9, Patrick Abercrombie, 20:13; 12, Garrett Stahl, 21:04; 15, Nathan Larson, 21:34; 18, Derek Volk, 22:24; 19, Josh Margraf, 22:40; 21, Alex Berry, 23:06; 23, Thomas O'Brien, 23:09; 29, William Nicholson, 24:32; 30, Connor Blakely, 25:08; 31, Lucas Nicholson, 25:08; 32, Scott Ericksen, 25:09; 35, Logan Lawhon, 28:36.

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