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Spartan girls take first place in cross country meet at Battle Point, BHS boys finish second

The Spartan boys ran hard and took second place overall in a meet held at Battle Point Park Wednesday, Oct. 9. - Luciano Marano | Bainbridge Island Review
The Spartan boys ran hard and took second place overall in a meet held at Battle Point Park Wednesday, Oct. 9.
— image credit: Luciano Marano | Bainbridge Island Review

The Spartan girls cross country team took first place overall in a meet against runners from Holy Names Academy and Nathan Hale Wednesday, Oct. 9, at Battle Point Park.

As a team the girls scored 19, with Holy Names in second with 51. Nathan Hale scored 62.

Top finishers of the day were Signe Lindquist, who finished first overall, with 20:37, Naomi von Ruden with 21:06, Haylee Derrickson with a finishing time of 21:12, Alison Wise at 21:14, Audrey Weaver at 21:31, Lindsay Wienkers with 21:43 and Julia Denlinger at 21:43.

New 5K personal records were set by Emma Fabert, Mary van Dyke, Britt Lindquist, Jordan Davis, Tararin Nikomborirak, Taye Cozine and Hannah Kruse.

The Bainbridge High School boys cross country team finished in second place overall at Battle Point Park this week against runners from Nathan Hale and O’Dea High School.

The boys scored 52 overall. Nathan Hale took first place with a score of 15 and O’Dea finished third with 71.

Top Spartan finishers were Austin Harper with a time of 17:21, Nick Entress with 17:26, Thomas Daniels with 17:45, Devon Reynolds with 18:06, Keith Carlson with 18:13, Arthur Bacon who finished with 18:13 and Sean Simonsen with a time of 18:26.

New 5K personal records were set by Austin Harper, Johan Griesser, Ben Scott, Mateo Florez, Cole Garthwaite, Harry Brelsford, Will Gleason, Aidan Carlisle, Lucas Burzycki, Teddy O’Mara, Dmitry Chandler, Matthew Midgett, Isaiah Sullivan, Harry Saliba, Sam Pelly, Curren Hamlet and Lucas Reininger.

 

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