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Oak Harbor 2nd in Stanwood meet | Cross country

The Oak Harbor High School cross country teams finished second to Edmonds-Woodway in a tri-meet at Stanwood Thursday, Oct. 10.

The Warriors won the boys meet 30-48-52 over Oak Harbor and Stanwood, while E-W girls topped the Wildcats and Spartans 26-47-50.

Oak Harbor goes to Lakewood at 9 a.m. Saturday, Oct. 12, for the 65-team Hole in the Wall Invitational.

In Thursday's meet, Oak Harbor's John Rodeheffer won the boys race, covering the 3.1-mile course in 17:06.8; Clayton Richardson was third in 17:41.1.

The Wildcats' Alex Laiblin placed second in the girls race in 20:37, while Laura Rodeheffer finished fourth in 21:07.89.

Other results:

Boys: 9, Sebastian Ceaser, 17:56.1; 20, Dakota Powers, 19:04.8; 21, Miguel Guzman, 19:19.9; 24, Stephen Miller, 19:24; 25, Tristan Mirabal, 19:29.2; 28, Caleb Peek, 19:33.8; 30, Brendan Bristow, 19:44.9; 37, Mathew Nortier, 20:08.8; 38, Joe Gorman, 20:09.6; 39, Ziwei Peng, 20.81; 40, Nathan Richardson, 20:30.6; 41, Patrick Abercrombie, 20:32.3; 42, Seth Gluth, 20:34.1; 44, Alex Hartley, 20:55.1; 45, John Dix, 20:55.5; 46, Steven Hall, 21:05.8; 47, Derek Volk, 21:10.2; 48, Nathan Larsen, 21:10.6; 54, Thomas O'Brien, 22:04.5; 56, Alex Berry, 22:09.1; 57, Joshua Margraf, 22:30.7; 58, Kristopher Medina, 22:33; 60, Austin Hauter, 22:34; 62, Scot Eriksen, 22:59; 64, William Nicholson, 23:57; 65, Logan Lawhon, 24:26; 66, Lucas Nicholson, 24:26.

Girls: 10, Natalie Fiallos, 22:33; 15, Marisa Sligh, 23:03.8; 16, Suzanne Kaltenbach, 23:05.5; 18, Rachel Crowther, 23:17.7; 20, Carolynn Wicker, 23:41.3; 22, Kaitlyn Chelberg, 24:02; 24, Crystal Titzkowski, 24:21.7; 25, Hanna Keyes, 24:48.1; 27, Kaitlyn Smith, 25:17.2; 28, Alisa Meany, 25:18.5; 31, Carly Hall, 25:44.8; 33, Carly Crowther, 25:53; 35, Elissa Nortier, 25:55.7; 36, Alex Higgins, 25:56.8; 37, Nikki Blanchard, 25:59; 39, Sidney Ericksen, 27:22.1; 41, Sierra Seabolt, 28:27.8; 42, Jackie Dejesus, 28:28.1; 43, Megan Knott, 28:34.2.

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