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Published: Thursday, October 3, 2013, 11:10 p.m.

Prep cross country: Oak Harbor Meet

At City Beach Park
4,600 meters
Boys team scores--1. Oak Harbor 30, 2. Shorewood 30, 3. Marysville Getchell 76.
Oak Harbor--1. John Rodeheffer 15:11, 2. Clayton Richardson 15:33, 7. Sebastian Ceaser 16:39, 9. Miguel Guzman 16:46, 11. Dakota Powers 16:49, 12. Brendan Bristow 16:57. Shorewood--3. Omar Agaulla 16:03, 4. Keenan Stephens 16:09, 5. Andrew Christenson 16:20, 8. Cameron Sanders 16:46, 10. Shane Peterson 16:47, 14. Thomas Miller 16:59. Marysville Getchell--6. Cameron Wagstaff 16:23, 19. Garrett Westova 17:36, 21. Kyle Probst 18:11, 22. Antonio Larson 19:02, 23. Connor Stickels 19:43.
Girls team scores--1. Oak Harbor 16, 2. Marysville Getchell 43, 3. Shorewood 77.
Oak Harbor--1. Alex Laiblin 18:37, 2. Jonalyn Horn 18:49, 3. Laura Rodeheffer 19:27, 4. Marisa Sligh 20:12, 6. Carolyn Wicker 20:28. Marysville Getchell--5. Emily Hanson 20:14, 7. Nicole Baell 20:30, 9. Samantha Gibson 20:50, 10. Hannah Fink 20:53, 12. Taylor Roscoe 21:09. Shorewood--14. Morgan Ano 21:17, 15. Rachel Hanson 21:20, 18. Emily Farden 21:56, 20. Kristen Smith 22:02, 23. Phoebe Crampton-Haywood 22:09.

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Story tags » Oak Harbor High SchoolHigh School Cross CountryShorewood High SchoolMarysville Getchell High School

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