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Sandpoint Collects Multiple Wins at Sandpoint Invitational


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The Sandpoint Cross Country team hosted its home meet, the 7th Annual William Johnson Invitational this Saturday, and for the second weekend in a row the Varsity Girls, JV Girls and JV Boys won their races, while the Varsity boys placed 3rd. The weather was rainy, but the racing conditions were fast as 27 Sandpoint runners ran personal records and 5 moved onto or up the schools All Time Top 25 list for the 5k. The Sandpoint Middle School also competed in the Middle School races, with the boys placing 2nd and the girls 4th, see Athletic.Net for full results.

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In the Girls Varsity race, the Sandpoint girls once again ran with their signature pack style, placing their top 5 scoring running in the top 12 in the race and all 7 runners in the top 16 out of the field of 64. There were 9 teams in the girls race, and they won with 41 points, well ahead of 2nd place Coeur d'Alene who scored 83. Katherine Kaul led the girls team with a 3rd place finish, running a 19:00 for her second fastest time ever. She was followed by Hannah Davidson, who was 7th in 19:41 (#10 All Time List)), Rainey Woodward in 8th with a 19:45, Dana Beaty in 11th with a 20:03 (#14 All Time List), Niah Brass in 12th with a 20:06 (#15 All Time List), Sharon Rowe 15th in 20:35, and Heather Wallace 16th in 20:43(#23 All Time List). Now all 7 Varsity Girls on are the Schools All-Time top 25 list for the 5k.

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The Varsity boys placed 3rd out of 11 teams with 89 points, led by Fin Lund-Andersen's 3rd place finish with a time of 16:00. Next for Sandpoint was Cole Dillon, who was 15th out of the field of 76 with a time of 16:47, and moved to #15 on the All Time List. Clay Rasumssen was 19th in 17:13, Reilly Wolfe was 23rd in 17:19, and Riley McGinnis 31st in 17:50 to round out the top 5 scorers. They boys have been consistently improving with Regionals around the corner, and are the top 4A school in the North right now.

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In the JV races, both Sandpoint teams took first. For the girls, Sandpoint won with 21 points and placed 5 girls in the top 10 out of the 51 runners. Farli Boden led nearly the entire race for the win, finishing in 21:42. She was followed by Chloe Braedt in 4th (22:13), Paige Davidson in 5th (22:14), Mesa Keating in 6th (22:15), Chloe Pierce in 10th (22:56.14) and Erin Meek in 11th (22:56.95). The JV boys also put 5 in the top 10, topping the field of 8 teams with 26 points. Sloan Woodward won the race with a time of 17:53 out of the field of 105 runners, unleashing a kick from about 400 meters out to take the win. Gabriel Merithew was 3rd in 17:57, Dutt Rogers was 6th in 18:13, Kyle Almeida was 7th in 18:14, Story Crossett was 9th in 18:21 and Garrett Pierce was 11th with an 18:22.

Next up for Sandpoint is the Regional Championships, which will be on October 20th at Farragut State Park.


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