Coupeville runs through Hole in the Wall / Cross country

The Coupeville High School cross country team competed in the largest meet in the Pacific Northwest when the Wolves ran at the Hole in the Wall Invitational at Lakewood High School near Smokey Point Saturday, Oct. 12.

The meet included 146 schools from five states and British Columbia, more than 4,500 athletes and 13 divisions.

The Coupeville girls placed 50th in the varsity race for teams with an average time of over 22:30.

The boys placed 36th in the junior varsity race for teams with an average under 21 minutes.

Catherine Lhamon topped the Coupeville girls by running the 5,000-meter course in 22:42.5, good for 204th out of 364. Claire Mayne was 236th (23:02.9), Alana Mihill 246th (23:10.6), Helen Strelow 298th (23:51.9) and Cristina McGrath 348th (26:10.7).

In the boys race, Mitchell Hall placed 133rd out of 457 with a time of 18:51.3. Sam Wynn finished 214th (19:26), Aidan Wilson 230th (19:33.1), Cameron Epp 302nd (20:07), Aiden Anderson 414th (21:20.9), Reiley Araceley 428th (21.33.5), Alexander Wasik 446th (22:16.9), Tate Wyman 451st (22:43.9) and Eli Kastner 454th (24:37.1).

Coupeville will join South Whidbey at King’s at 4 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 17, for the final regular season meet.

The Wolves will return to Lakewood for the North Sound Conference championships Saturday, Oct. 26.

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