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Sedro-Woolley Boys Debut in Great Fashion

Sedro-Woolley, WA - The Sedro-Woolley Cubs claim all three distance races in a tri-meet versus Lynden, Blaine, and Nooksack Valley on Wednesday, March 13, at Sedro-Woolley High School.

Logo courtesy of Sedro-Woolley High School.

Rafe Holz was the most dominant of the three runners for the Cubs taking the win in the 1,600 by 19 seconds over Lynden's Isaiah Ellis (4:51). He ran a personal best time of 4:32.

Brandon Sterling also ran a personal best time in his 800 victory running 2:17 beating Nooksack's Josh Steele (2:19) by two seconds.

Lachlan Boyd won the 3,200 in 11:16 over Lynden's Carson VanCleve (11:21) completing the distance sweep for the Cubs.

The other top three finishers in a race for the Cubs was Ben Peden in the 800 where he ran 2:19.

Ellis' and VanCleve's second place finishes in their races were the top performaces for the Lions.

Landen Carlton of Blaine finished seventh in the 3,200 running 12:49.

In the girl's meet, Blaine's Taylee McCormick was second in the 800 and first in the 1,600 to lead all Borderites. She ran 2:45 and 6:00 for season best times.

Lynden's Savonne Sterk won her first ever 800 race in high school running 2:43 beating McCormick.

Lily Snow of Nooksack placed first in the 3,200 running 15:16. She also placed fourth in the 1,600 with a time of 6:32.

Sedro's Natalia Taylor placed second and third in the 1,600 and 800 races in 6:11 and 2:54.

Sedro, Lynden, Blaine and Nooksack will be back together in action next week at the annual Bedlington Twilight Invite on March 22, which is held at Lynden High School.

Check for more details about the Bedlington Invite and the schedule for events.

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