Kingston boys win first place at Olympic League Championships | Cross country

SEQUIM — The Kingston High School boys team left the Olympic League Championships with a first place victory over Sequim Oct. 18.

Kingston (71) finished first, during the league meet. Sequim (74) was a close second.

Coach Karla Manuguid knew Kingston would be close with Sequim. Sequim beat Kingston earlier in the season. But she knew the boys could do it.

"They're fit enough; strong enough," Manuguid said.

Devon Jacob finished second with a time of 16 minutes 45.27 seconds. Port Angeles' Kyle Tupper took first (16:25.29).

The girls' team finished in second, behind North Kitsap.

Annie Roberts took fifth place (19:55.14). North Kitsap's Reagan Colyer finished first (18:58.57).

With the top finishes, both teams will send runners to the West Central District III Westside Classic Oct. 27 at American Lake Golf Course, 9600 Veterans Drive SW, Tacoma. The top seven runners from each team will attend.

Kingston boys heading to Districts are Jacob, Thomas Gill, Anthony Woelke, John Griffin, Lucas Thompson, Nicholas Boles and Jacob Rasely.

Kingston girls going to Districts are Roberts, Melia Beckwith, Ivy Rodolf, Alexa Benjamin, Hope McLean-Gurney, Korina Waring-Enriquez and Cailyn Crossland.

Olympic League Championships at 7 Cedars Oct. 18


Teams: 1, Kingston, 71; 2, Sequim, 74; 3, North Kitsap, 102; 4, Port Angeles, 108; 5, Olympic, 111; 6, Bremerton, 132; 7, Klahowya, 148; 8, Port Townsend, 172; 9, North Mason, 207.

Kingston results: 2, Devon Jacob, 16:45.27; 9, Thomas Gill, 17:15.35; 12, Anthony Woelke, 17;21.19; 23, John Griffin, 17:39.05; 25, Lucas Thompson, 17:39.58; 28, Nicholas Boles, 17:55.53; 35, Jacob Rasely, 18:07.31.


Teams: 1, North Kitsap, 26; 2, Kingston, 53; 3, Port Angeles, 61; 4, Port Townsend, 116; 5, Sequim, 134; 6, Klahowya, 154; 7, Bremerton, 202; North Mason (incomplete team); Olympic (incomplete team).

Kingston results: 5, Annie Roberts, 19:55.14; 7, Melia Beckwith, 20:31.69; 10, Ivy Rodolf, 21:06.93; 12, Alexa Benjamin, 21:15.50; 20, Hope McLean-Gurney, 21:41.08; 23, Korina Waring-Enriquez, 22:04.39; 25, Cailyn Crossland, 22:11.73; 26, Sarah DeAscentiis, 22:13.06; 32, Megan Beckwith, 22:51.70; 26, Alexandra Anthoney, 23:26.23; 39, Elizabeth Quintana, 23:37.05; 42, Ashley Spooner, 23:54.88; 45, Samantha Alvarez-Maldonado, 24:15.03; 49, Brianna Powar, 24:26.79.


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