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Spartans finish strong in cross country

Tomas Delgado of Bainbridge High beat feet to a seventh-place finish in Wednesday's mega meet in cross country.

The Spartans raced against cross country teams from Bishop Blanchet, Franklin, Holy Names Academy, Ingraham, O'Dea and Rainier Beach at Lower Woodland Park in Seattle on Oct. 10.

Ingraham won the boys meet with a team total of 46. Bishop Blanchet was second with 50, and Bainbridge was third with 52.

O'Dea finished with 82, and Franklin had 136.

Delgado finished the 5,000-meter course with a time of 17:19.09.

Also finishing in Bainbridge's top 10 were Tyler Cox (eighth place overall, 17:23.70); Ryan Cox (10th place overall, 17:26.96); Davin Fitzgerald, 12th place, 17:27.81); Brendan Willerford (15th place, 17:38.29); Austin Harper, (17th place, 17:42.76); Thomas Daniels (18th place, 17:43.49); Nick Entress (19th place, 17:53.33); Gordon Shelton-Jenck (33rd place, 18:38.23); and Peter Lindsey (47th place, 19:12.44).

In the girls race, Anna Misenti was first across the finish line for the Spartans. She came in 24th place in the 5,000-meter with a time of 22:31.97.

Also finishing in Bainbridge's top 10 at the meet were Anna Misenti (24th place overall, 22:31.97); Ivy Terry (28th, 22:57.20); Julia Thomas (32nd, 23:26.69); Julia Denlinger (33rd, 23:26.73); Morgan Blevins (36th, 23:50.85); Madi Bolejack (37th, 23:54.45); Emma Fabert (40th, 24:04.76); Emma Naden-Johns (47th, 24:22.72); Niki Dixon (48th, 24:25.67); and Ashley Alnwick (49th, 24:27.73).

The girls team from Bishop Blanchet won the meet with a score of 27. Holy Names was second with 29, while Ingraham placed third with 86 and Bainbridge came in fourth with 106.

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