Panthers, Spartans advance to state tourney | Cross Country

The Bonney Lake boys cross country team took third at the West Central District meet scoring 124.

Bonney Lake’s Brock Frame

Bonney Lake


The Bonney Lake boys cross country team took third at the West Central District meet scoring 124.

The Panther boys team will advance to the state meet Nov. 8 at Sun Willows Golf Course in Pasco for the first time in school history.

The top five teams and top 25 individual runners move to the state meet.

The boys completed the South Puget Sound League, 3A with a 6-1 record taking second behind Peninsula.

Coach Andy Foster wrote in a email following the district meet, “At the district meet we placed third and were the No. 1 SPSL 3A team beating out Peninsula. The varsity team consists of one senior, four juniors and two sophomores.”

The top runner for the Panthers was junior Brock Frame completing he 5,000 meters at American Lake Golf Course in 16 minutes, 50.96 seconds.

• Individual results

13 –  Brock Frame    16:50.96    Bonney Lake

15 – Mykel Fisher    16:52.34    Bonney Lake

21 – Bennett Hillier    17:01.31    Bonney Lake

37 – Eric Voellger    17:24.89    Bonney Lake

40 – Gavin McLeroy    17:28.71    Bonney Lake

41 – William Glick    17:28.85    Bonney Lake

66 –  Ryan Engledow    17:58.49    Bonney Lake


For the girls Mallory Sweers ran 41st in 21:34.62.



The Spartan girls cross county team will send two runners to the state meet next weekend.

Emma Sjolund ran sixth in 20:00.7 at the West Central District meet.

Abby Marcotte came in 19th in 20:47.93.

The two will run at the state meet Nov. 8 at Sun Willows Golf Course in Pasco.

• Individual results

43 – Petria Russell    21:38.09    Sumner

64 – Courtney Taylor    22:11.58    Sumner

65 – McKenna Wilson    22:11.79    Sumner

96 – Taylor Madsen    23:46.69

101 – Hailey Windish    24:25.90    Sumner


Individual results

29.    10    Joel Mott    17:16.45    Sumner

50.    12    Jordan Landes    17:43.53    Sumner

55.    12    Dillon Smith    17:48.29    Sumner

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