BURLINGTON - With Sehome's varsity seven all finishing in the top 10, the No. 1 ranked 2A boy's team won yet another Northwest Conference meet down at Skagit Regional Airport on Wednesday, September 25, against host Burlington-Edison, Ferndale, Lynden Christian.
Dominik Reimann crossed the finished line first for the Mariners placing second overall in a time of 17:22.3. Roman Schroyer was third overall running a time of 17:22.8.
Following Reimann and Schroyer in the fourth through eighth placings was: Zach Munson (17:23.1), Jacob Alexander (17:23.3), Ahmed Wariyo (17:23.6), Max Gargano (17:32.2), and Coleman Brummel (17:32.5).
Ferndale's Landon Sturdevant, an elite 800 runner during track, finished in ninth with a time of 17:34. Burlington-Edison's Carson Lee rounded up the top 10 running a time of 17:36.
Despite this being a Northwest Conference meet, Mount Vernon Christian was in attendance and their own Johnathan Brown won the boy's race in a time of 16:58.
Lynden Christian's top runner was Cade VanBoven running a time of 19:10.2.
On the girl's side, the No. 3 Sehome Mariners doubled Burlington-Edison by a score of 31-62 led Evelyn Buetow and Rosie Kirker, who finished third and fourth in times of 20:02 and 20:03.
Also in the top 10 from Sehome were Julie Gill (7th, 21:05), Josie Marriner (8th, 21:16), Isabelle Douglas (9th, 21:33), and Emma Berreth (10th, 21:43).
Lynden Christian's Maya Ewing took first overall running a time of 19:38, while Ferndale's Jaclyn Denham was the runner-up in a time of 19:53.
Burlington's top duo were Mila Hoagland and Sage Mailhiot finishing fifth and sixth running times of 20:07 and 20:27.
Maddie Nielsen of Mount Vernon Christian was 13th in a time of 22:05.
For more results from this meet, visit: https://www.athletic.net/CrossCountry/Results/Meet.aspx?Meet=158490&show=all
In Other Races
GSL Central Valley, Mead, North Central:
- Nationally ranked North Central girls put up 22 points while sweeping the first four placings led by Erinn Hill, who took first in 18:27. The North Central boys defeated Mead by a single point, 38-39.
For more results from this meet, visit: https://www.athletic.net/CrossCountry/Results/Meet.aspx?Meet=156779&show=all
Issaquah @ Bothell:
- Issaquah's Julia David-Smith throws down the second best time in the state running 17:41 en route to her win in a KingCo Conference meet. The Issaquah boy's were nearly perfect scoring 17 points with eight runners placing in the top 10. Liam Henninger was first overall leading the Eagles running a time of 16:45.
For more results from this meet, visit: https://www.athletic.net/CrossCountry/Results/Meet.aspx?Meet=157258&show=all