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EHS CROSS COUNTRY: Lady Hornets score team berth into state

Alec Rhome was one of the Hornets
Alec Rhome was one of the Hornets' top finishers on the boys side during the West-Central meet Saturday in Tacoma.
— image credit: Photo by Charles Cortes

The Enumclaw High girls cross country team will head east this week, having earned a berth in the state Class 3A meet.

The Lady Hornets qualified with a fifth-place showing at Saturday’s district meet at American Lake Golf Course in Lakewood. The top six teams earned a state trip.

The EHS boys didn’t qualify as a team, but two runners – Cory Johnson and Alec Rhome – advanced with individual efforts.

The EHS athletes will join runners from all corners of the state for Saturday’s state competition, which will be staged at its traditional venue, Sun Willows Golf Course in Pasco.

The EHS girls were wed by Chandler Weiman, who completed the 3.1-mile district course in 19 minutes, 43 seconds to place 13th overall in the field. Hannah Calvert was the second Enumclaw runner across the line, finishing  19th with a time of 20:13. Others contributing to the state-qualifying effort were Taryn Schreiner, 43rd, 21:15; Peyton Vick, 50th, 21:35; Riley DaSmul, 51st, 21:48; Lindsay Ross, 52nd, 21:47; and Abby Callison, 55th, 21:51.

On the boys side, Johnson earned his state berth by finishing sixth overall with a time of 16:43. Rhome was 21st in the field, crossing the line at 17:04.

Also representing the Hornets at the district meet were Peter Berger, 47th, 17:46; Josh Sanders, 50th, 17:50; Kevin Halson, 74th, 18:29; Justin Richenburg, 81st, 19:01; and Dylan Hamel, 84th, 19:12.

 

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