EHS boys sweep, girls split at Game Farm Park | WEDNESDAY CROSS COUNTRY

BOYS CROSS COUNTRY Enumclaw 15, Auburn 48 Enumclaw 26, Federal Way 31 GIRLS CROSS COUNTRY Enumclaw 16, Auburn 47 Enumclaw 28, Federal Way 28

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BOYS CROSS COUNTRY

Enumclaw 15, Auburn 48

Enumclaw 26, Federal Way 31

September 21 at Game Farm Park (Auburn)

Enumclaw overall placing: Teagan Eldridge first, 17:59; Hunter McGowan fourth, 18:23; Tim McCann sixth 18:41; Joey Roberson seventh, 18:42; Foster Barnhart eighth, 18:49; Dominic Deady 10th, 19:06; Jacob Dickson 15th 19:58.

Enumclaw record: 3-1 league and overall.

GIRLS CROSS COUNTRY

Enumclaw 16, Auburn 47

Enumclaw 28, Federal Way 28

(Federal Way wins on tie-breaker)

September 21 at Game Farm Park (Auburn)

Enumclaw overall placing: Hunter Storm first, 20:28; Payton Roberson third 21:21; Natasha Puzon sixth 22:17; Anna Bursch seventh, 22:18; Bryn Zeman-Witzel 12th, 23:27; Chayce Weiman 13th, 23:33; Alex Puzon 15th, 24:15.

Enumclaw record: 3-1 league and overall.

 

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