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Christen, Colyer top first of NK's league invites Sept. 19

SILVERDALE — The North Kitsap High School cross country team just keeps at it.

Both boys and girls varsity teams won their first league meet Sept. 19 at the Kitsap County Fairgrounds.

North Kitsap competed against Olympic and North Mason high schools.

Boys varsity runner Ian Christen placed first in the 5,000 meters in 16 minutes 11 seconds.

Girls varsity runner Reagan Colyer finished first in 18 minutes 3 seconds.

The cross country team faces Kingston and Sequim Sept. 26 at Kingston High School. The meet starts at 4 p.m.

Sept. 19 results

Boys Varsity

1, Ian Christen (NK), 16:11; 2, Craig Boekenoogen (OLY), 16:23; 3, Cooper Wall (NK), 16:32; 4, Zack Coulson (OLY), 16:40; 5, Sean Hitchcock (NK), 16:55; 6, Logan Dean (OLY), 16:57; 7, Dutton Polk (NK), 16:59; 8, Bjorn van Dijk (NM), 17:04; 9, Jonathan Day (NM), 17:11; 10, Alexander Strayer (OLY), 18:01; 11, Alex Waddell (NK), 18:04; 12, Corey Allen (NM), 18:14; 13, Tyler Church (OLY), 18:36; Taylor Reid (NK), 18:46; 15, Noah Denend (NM), 19:13; 16, Max Breitbarth (NK), 19:19; 17, Joshua Bonkowski (OLY), 19:49; 18, Sean Swinton (OLY), 20:48; 19, Dustin Scharbor (NM), 20:56; 20, Bryan Plankenhorn (NM), 20:56; 21, Jackson Odette (NM), 20:58.

Girls Varsity

1, Reagan Colyer (NK), 18:03; 2, Kathleen Ramsey (NK), 18:23; 3, Clara Lund (NK), 19:12; 4, Katrina Weinmann (NK), 20:03; 5, Sarah Zimmerman (NK), 20:12; 6, Caitlyn Mead (NM), 21:46; 7, Annika Krol (NK), 23:21; 8, Sabryna Coover (NK), 23:42; 9, Maria Warns (NK), 23:51; 10, Sara Cannarella (NK), 24:00; 11, Christina Seader (NK), 24:31; 12, Anna Rutledge (NK), 24:31; 13, Lydia Sedy (NK), 24:35; 14, Serena Santos (OLY), 24:49; 15, Katharine Butler (NK), 25:39; 16, Shea Minder (NK), 26:21; 17, Michelle Farr (OLY), 26:22; 18, Tori Bamford (NM), 26:26; 19, Amanda Ljunggren (NK), 27:59; 20, Kara Martin (NK), 28:00; 21, Ekatarina Berulava (NK), 33:31.

 

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