Kentwood boys and girls win meet against Kentlake, Thomas Jefferson | Cross country
By TJ MARTINELL
Covington Reporter Reporter
September 17, 2012 · Updated 11:27 AM
The Kentwood boys and girls cross country teams won the first South Puget Sound League North meet against Kentlake and Thomas Jefferson.
The Conks boys outran the Falcons 20-40, while they beat TJ 21-36.
The Raiders boys beat the Falcons 15-50.
The Conk girls team, meanwhile, narrowly beat TJ 27-30.
On the Conks boys team, senior Dasan Telford took second with a time of 18 minutes, one second. Junior Robin Cheema placed third, finishing at 18:16. Junior Kris Angus placed fifth with a time of 18:43. Senior Varrick Anderson placed seventh, crossing the finish line at 18:55. Senior Galen Kornowske took ninth at 19:06, while sophomore Jared McMeen took 10th with a time of 19:08.
The Conks girls were led by junior Tessa Carlin, who took second with a time of 21:50. Fellow junior Nicole Charlton took third with a time of 22:20. Sophomore McKenna Johnson placed sixth with a time of 24:04. Seniors Megan Lee and Carly Horn placed ninth and 10th with times of 24:49 and 25:53 respectively.
Falcons senior Alexander Martinez took first with a time of 17:39, while Falcons girls senior Terra McGinnis placed fourth at 22:53.
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