Logan Badura places fourth in the eighth-grade girls race Wednesday. (Photo by John Fisken)

North Whidbey takes second in first meet / Middle school cross country

North Whidbey Middle School opened up the cross country season with a five-team meet at Windjammer Park Wednesday, Sept. 20.

The Cougars finished second to Burlington-Edison 128-209 in total team scoring.

North Whidbey goes to Burlington for its next meet, 3:30 p.m. Monday, Sept. 25.

North Whidbey results from Wednesday:

Seventh-grade girls (19 runners): 6, Jada Miller, 13:24.13; 7, Arianna Lovendale, 13:28.58; 8, Payton Seith, 13:33.39; 9, Lexius Neman, 13:39.85; 11, Alexia Sanchez, 14:32.15; 12, Katie Sjodin, 14:38.39; 13, Danelle Hays, 14:55.73; 14, Mae Ramier, 15:14.87; 15, Luana Decker, 15:23.28.

Seventh-grade boys (32): 3, Alex Merrill, 10:39.19; 8, Damien Evans, 11:14.08; 9, Miles Erikson, 11:55.85; 11, Malachi Olmeda, 11:59.17; 12, Michael Abunimeh, 11:59.88; 14, Kaeden Frazier, 12:30.39; 16, Noah Turner, 12:45.17; 20, Gavin Clark, 13:29.27; 22, Jermaine Denmon, 14:49.4; 26, James Brooks, 17:30.82; 30, Aidan Daniels, 19:24.79.

Eighth-grade girls (39): 4, Logan Badura, 11:29.03; 12, Sadie Harbaugh, 12:44.62; 13, Paige Jenkins, 12:45.36; 16, Brianna Edmon, 13:24.6; 26, Alyssia Grose, 14:48.99; 28, Keilani Marriott, 15:58.04; 29, Kendra Sydnor, 16:00.06; 35, Allie Erickson, 16:49.41; 38, Elizabeth Lof, 17:28.29; 39, Lilly Snell, 17:44.63.

Eighth-grade boys (38): 3, Cooper Billiter, 10:09.79; 4, Ralph Ramier, 10:14.64; 7, Javier Roldan, 10:31.31; 14, Tyler Johnston, 11:12.81; 26, Riley Hoover, 12:4.24; 29, Thomas Mayhew, 13:22.7; 32, Kaleb Sjodin, 13:50.51; 33, Isidro Torres, 14:21.6; 35, Evan Fishburn, 15:22.14; 36, Carson Williams, 15:45.63; 38, Sam Martin, 16:11.26.

Cooper Billiter sprints to the finish line to place third in the boys eighth-grade race. (Photo by John Fisken)

Alex Merrill edges a Burlington-Edison runner for third place in the seventh-grade boys race. (Photo by John Fisken)

Jada Miller leads a string of North Whidbey runners who place sixth through ninth in the seventh-grade girls race. (Photo by John Fisken)

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