White River runners compete in Seattle | THURSDAY CROSS COUNTRY

BOYS CROSS COUNTRY Washington 20, White River 40 Evergreen 27, White River 28 GIRLS CROSS COUNTRY White River 20, Washington 41 White River 15, Evergreen 50

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BOYS CROSS COUNTRY

Washington 20, White River 40

Evergreen 27, White River 28

September 22 at Evergreen (Seattle)

White River overall placing: Joel Slominski third, 18:59; Grant Swettenam seventh, 20:00; Noah Ashley 12th, 20:31; Anthony Grasley 15th, 21:15; Wil Stern 16th, 21:25; Lindsey Brown-Heriot 20th, 23:21..

White River record: 0-2 league and overall.

GIRLS CROSS COUNTRY

White River 20, Washington 41

White River 15, Evergreen 50

September 22 at Evergreen (Seattle)

White River overall placing: Courtney Gelmini first 20:21; Camryn Berryhill third 21:58; Hannah Swettenam fourth 23:07; Natalie Franco fifth 24:02; Jessica Taylor seventh, 24:52;  Emily Derrick eighth, 24:54; Ern Redford ninth, 24:57.

White River record: 2-0 league and overall.

 

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