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Cross country season kicks off
The Thomas Jefferson girls were dominant in their opening meet of the South Puget Sound League South Division season on Wednesday. The Raiders downed Curtis, 19-39, and Rogers, 15-44.
In total, Jefferson had five of the top-six placers at the three-team meet at TJ. Hilorie Hildebrandt finished first over the 3.1-mile course in 20:42. Kenna Patrick was third (21:13), Natalie Jarvey was fourth (21:32), Amy Miller was fifth (22:03), Tera Brockman was sixth (22:12) for the Raiders.
The Jefferson boys also picked up a pair of victories in their opener over Curtis and Rogers. The boys downed Curtis, 27-29, and handled Rogers, 16-44.
Senior Kyle Anderson blew away the field and broke his own course record. He finished the 3.1 miles in 16:54 34 seconds ahead of the second-place runner. Bryce Gravel finished up in third place in a time of 17:31.9.
The Gator boys swept their first two meets of the SPSL South season on Wednesday. Decatur beat Puyallup, 38-40, and downed Bethel, 24-33. Senior Shaun Helm won the race in a time of 16:21. Giovanni Boccato was eighth in a time of 17:59, John Tavares was ninth (17:59) and Keith Williams was 10th in 18:06.
The Gator girls split their meet with Bethel and Puyallup. Decatur beat Bethel, 31-24, but lost to Puyallup, 25-31. The Gators top finisher was Becky Williams in third place (20:49). Kim Barney was sixth (21:14) and Brittany Fanning was seventh in 21:15.
The Beamer boys and girls were swept in their opening meet by Puyallup and Bethel.
The Titan boys lost to Puyallup, 23-35, and to Bethel, 24-32. Stephen Gradden was the top finisher for the Titans in fourth place overall in a time of 17:23. Ryan Canfield finished 11th in 18:13.
The Beamer girls were beaten by Puyallup, 19-38, and by Bethel, 27-30, on Wednesday. Their top finisher was McKinley Williams in eighth place in 21:15 and Jennie Reilly was ninth in 21:39.
The Eagle boys beat Emerald Ridge, 22-33, and lost to Spanaway Lake, 18-43, Wednesday. The girls were swept by the two schools at Celebration Park.