Wolves run in Montana / Cross country

Two Coupeville High School cross country runners traveled a long way to run 5,000 meters Saturday, Sept. 30.

Junior Danny Conlisk and freshman Sam Wynn journeyed to Missoula to compete in the Mountain West Classic at the University of Montana Golf Course.

The event featured 130 high school, middle school and club teams and 2,482 runners.

The Wolves competed in the 400-person high school varsity race.

Conlisk (17:58.6) placed 126th, and Wynn (21:49.2) took 376th.

Coupeville will run at South Whidbey High School with the other Cascade League schools at 4 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 5.

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