Bonney Lake boys and Sumner girls run at state 3A meet | Cross Country

The Bonney Lake boys team came in 16th with 344 points and the Sun Willows Golf Course in Pasco. The top finisher was junior Brock Frame coming in 41st in 16 minutes, 28.13 seconds.

The Bonney Lake boys team came in 16th with 344 points and the Sun Willows Golf Course in Pasco.

The top finisher was junior Brock Frame coming in 41st in 16 minutes, 28.13 seconds.

BL Boys

41. 11 Brock Frame    16:28.13

82. 10 Mykel Fisher    17:00.90

108. 10 William Glick    17:14.53

119. 11 Bennett Hillier    17:25.94

124. 12 Gavin McLeroy    17:29.24

134. 11 Eric Voellger    17:46.49

137. 11 Ryan Engledow    17:55.74

• Sumner had two girls running at state.

Freshman Emma Sjolund was the top finisher for the Spartans.

She placed 26th finishing in 19 minutes, 30.85 seconds.

Sophomore Abby Marcotte finished 96th with a time of 20 minutes, 53.92 seconds.

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