SHS runners open season with three-team meet | WEDNESDAY CROSS COUNTRY

BOYS CROSS COUNTRY Emerald Ridge 19, Sumner 40 Curtis 16, Sumner 43 GIRLS CROSS COUNTRY Emerald Ridge 20, Sumner 42 Curtis 20, Sumner 43

BOYS CROSS COUNTRY

Emerald Ridge 19, Sumner 40

Curtis 16, Sumner 43

Two-mile course

September 7 at Emerald Ridge

Sumner finishers: Joel Mott 9th, 11:23; Matthew Holme 12th, 11:30; Ethan Roach 15th, 11:39; Carson Taylor 18th, 11:42; Noah Bailey 23rd, 12:18; Ryan Wike 25th, 12:331; Logan Windish 26th, 12:40; Hunter Smith 27th, 12:46; Jacob Perovich 30th, 12:50; Tristan Wiren 34th, 13:41; Griffith Richter 38th, 14:24; Daniel Rogacki 41st, 15:19.

Sumner record: 0-2 league and overall.

GIRLS CROSS COUNTRY

Emerald Ridge 20, Sumner 42

Curtis 20, Sumner 43

Two-mile course

September 7 at Emerald Ridge

Sumner finishers: Emma Sjolund 1st, 12:36; McKenna Wilson 15th, 15:12; Sarah Hammermaster 24th, 16:03; Claire Robinson 26th, 16:05; Allison Hammermaster 28th, 16:05; Ryanne Miller 30th, 16:50; Faith Fullerton 31st, 16:58; Brooke Kuhn 34th, 17:23; Samantha Warner 37th, 17:36; Jaden Kent 38th, 17:41; Taeya Richter 41st, 23:48.

Sumner record: 0-2 league and overall.

 

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