Enumclaw runners sweep final dual meet | WEDNESDAY CROSS COUNTRY

BOYS CROSS COUNTRY Enumclaw 23, Todd Beamer 35 Enumclaw 21, Auburn Mountainview 37

  • Thursday, October 13, 2016 1:44pm
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BOYS CROSS COUNTRY

Enumclaw 23, Todd Beamer 35

Enumclaw 21, Auburn Mountainview 37

October 12 at Isaac Evans Park (Auburn)

Enumclaw (overall placing): Teagan Eldridge, first, 16:35; Alec Ritter, third, 16:49; Sam Lingwall, sixth, 17:30; Tim McCann, eighth, 17:44; Joey Roberson, 11th, 18:15; Hunter McGowan, 12th, 18:16; 15th, Foster Barnhart, 18:34.

Enumclaw record: 5-2 league and overall (final, regular season).

GIRLS CROSS COUNTRY

Enumclaw 18, Todd Beamer 45

Enumclaw 19, Auburn Mountainview 40

October 12 at Isaac Evans Park (Auburn)

Enumclaw (overall placing): Hunter Storm, first, 20:21; Payton Roberson, second, 20:36; Anna Bursch, fifth, 21:05; Natasha Puzon, sixth, 21:09; Chayce Weiman, eighth, 21:17; Emmie Neu, ninth, 21:33; Bryn Zeman-Witzel, 12th, 22:20.

Enumclaw record: 6-1 league and overall (final, regular season).

 

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