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Kingston cross country finishes in top 10 at state

Both the boys and girls Kingston High cross country team finished in seventh place at the 2A State Cross Country Championships on Nov. 6.

Seven runners from both teams competed in the 5,000 meter varsity race.

Of the seven runners on the boys team, Nicholas Schippers placed fourth overall in the competition with a time of 15 minutes, 55 seconds.

Marina Roberts finished in a time of 18:27 and Rose Bishop finished with a time of 19:08. The two placed in the top 10 for the girls overall.

While the girls had a strong race at districts on Oct. 30, the boys team improved over last year's 14th place finish.

Mens results

Overall | Team placing | Time

4 | 3 Schippers 15:55.6

36 | 26 Chad Trask 16:42.1

39 | 28 Austin Cherry 16:46.7

86 | 65 Wade Doty 17:15.1

107 | 82 Kameron Ashley 17:40.4

127 | 98 Lucas Thompson 18:19.9

133 | 104 Thomas Gill 18:29.0

Womens results

Overall | Team Placing | Time

2 | 2 Marina Roberts 18:27

9 | 8 Rose Bishop 19:08

33 | 27 Annie Roberts 19:55

86 | 57 Melia Beckwith 21:04

108 | 75 Ivy Rodolf 21:49

126 | 93 Cassidy Trevors 22:27

134 | 101 Cailyn Crossland 22:57

Men team scores

Team | Team points

Sehome 92

Lindbergh 103

Bellingham 159

Mark Morris 159

Squalimcum 196

Cedarcrest 199

Kingston 204

Interlake 230

Ellensburg 231

W F West 234

Deer Park 248

Cheney 258

Olympic 270

Selah 281

North Kitsap 282

Washougal 302

Women team scores

Team | Team points

Sehome 96

Cheney 120

Bellingham 134

Interlake 136

North Kitsap 138

Lindbergh 167

Kingston 169

Lakewood 190

Cedarcrest 214

Ephrata 243

Deer Park 322

Tumwater 325

Hockinson 346

Port Angeles 351

Ellensburg 353

North Thurston 391

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