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Published: Thursday, October 3, 2013, 8:51 p.m.

Prep cross country: Shorecrest Meet

At Hamlin Park
5,000 meters
Boys team scores--1. Snohomish 26, 2. Kamiak 36, 3. Shorecrest 73.
Snohomish--1. Kyler Sager 17:57, 4. Ryan Gillings 18:41, 6. Branden Perry 18:50, 7. Hans Thoreson 19:06, 8. Jason Fairhurst 19:08. Kamiak--2. Jerry Behrens 18:03, 3. Ben Halladay 18:34, 9. Bo Gould 19:12, 10. Skyler Bradford 19:19, 12. Roger Klaaskate 19:35. Shorecrest--5. Spencer Coffee 18:49, 15. Evan Deiparine 19:50, 16. Naphtali Moulton 19:58, 20. Kelly McCaffrey 20:14, 22. Mark Officer 20:26.
Girls team scores--1. Snohomish 34, 2. Kamiak 36, 3. Shorecrest 60.
Snohomish--4. Kyla Shade 22;57, 5. Hailey Nyquist 22:58, 7. Hannah Berntson 23:06, 8. Shawna Krueger 23:31, 10. Jenna Alleman 23:38. Kamiak--2. Molly McEachern 22:48, 3. Tiana Roe 22:57, 6. Tiffany Roe 22:58, 12. Chloe Morrison 23:49, 13. Brittney Friend 23:51. Shorecrest--1. Gigi Vujovich 22:01, 9. Elise Froebe 23:32, 18. Lily Torres-Norton 25:00, 19. Alegra Batara 25:02, 25. Abigail Knowles 26:07.

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Story tags » Kamiak High SchoolSnohomish High SchoolHigh School Cross CountryShorecrest High School

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