WENATCHEE -- The Kamiakin boys won the inaugural CBL 3A district title and the Richland girls edged Walla Walla by four points to win the CBL 4A title at Walla Walla Point Park. After the girls races were held in calm conditions, the wind picked up just before the start of the 3A boys race. Southridge sophomore Andrew Gonzales passed Kamiakin\'s Brad Young with 100 meters left to win the race in 16 minutes, 36 seconds, but the Braves totaled 57 points to Hanford\'s 69. \"We were looking for a little better score, but it ended up being a pretty difficult race,\" said Kamiakin coach Matt Rexus. \"Still, we did what we wanted to do. We\'re happy to get through with a victory.\" Walla Walla had two girls finish in the top five, but Richland used a strong pack -- its top five runners finished within 30 seconds of one another, and its No. 7 runner was ahead of Wa-Hi\'s No. 5 and Davis and Wenatchee\'s Nos. 4 -- to win with 61 points. Wa-Hi had 65, Davis 71, Wenatchee 75 and Ike 78. Richland senior Tyler Noland won the 4A boys race in 16:01 to lead the Bombers to a second-place finish behind Eisenhower. West Valley won the 3A girls title.
EVERETT - The boys cross country teams from Cascade and Jackson High School led the Everett School District to a 43-62 non-conference victory over the Mukilteo School District Thursday at McCollum Park. Mariner\'s Dak Riek finished first in the meet with a time of 16 minutes, 38 seconds. Riek\'s time was the fourth-best ever recorded on the 3.1-mile course. Riek finished 12 seconds ahead of second-place finisher Jonathan Cooper of Kamiak.
SHORELINE - Everett\'s Axel Stanovsky of Everett wasn\'t challenged much as he cruised to first place with a time of 18 minutes, 15 seconds in a 3.1-mile Wesco boys cross country meet at Hamlin Park. Plus Westco Results
SHORELINE - Shorecrest teammates Jesse Hoffman and Derek Clemmons finished 1-2 in the boys long jump Wednesday during the first day of the Class 3A District 1 track and field meet at Shoreline Stadium. The meet concludes Friday. Both Scots leapt 22 feet, but Hoffman\'s next-best jump was better than Clemmons\'.
The Everett boys track team out-distanced the competition in the Everett School District Championships Friday at Everett Memorial Stadium. The Everett distance runners scored 31 of 33 possible points in three events to lead the Seagulls to the first-place finish. Everett scored 97 points followed by Cascade with 67 and Jackson with 18. Everett captured a 1-2-3 finish in the 1,600-meter race and the 3,200 events. The Seagulls had a 1-2-3-4 finish in the 800 and the javelin.
The Scots become the first school from the host district to win the Shoreline Invite. Herald staff SHORELINE - Shorecrest became the first Shoreline District school to win the Shoreline Invitational boys track meet in the 19-year history of the event Saturday at Shoreline Stadium. The Scots won the 400-meter relay - edging Cascade by a second - captured the 1,600 relay and were third in the 800 relay. \"The four by one ran out of their minds,\" Shorecrest coach Brandon Christensen said. \"They ran a 42.79, the best time in state this year and won by 15 meters.\" Jeff Helmer won his first race since transferring from Jackson to Everett, taking the 3,200 in 9:11.52.