Tahoma boys and girls cross country teams finish in state top 10

The state 4A cross country meet was Saturday in Pasco.

The Tahoma boys and girls teams both scored in the top 10 running the 5,000 meters course at Sun Willows Golf Course.

The girls took fifth scoring 187 and the boys seventh with 189.

Breanna Glover took the bronze medal in a time of 17 minutes, 52.40 seconds. Dawson Besst was the top runner for the boys taking seventh in a time of 15:22.80.

Individual scores boys


7 – Dawson Besst 15:22.80

38 – Ethan Martin 16:06.10

67 – Brian Martinez 16:22.30

82 – Kobe Shields 16:30.20

91 – Chandler Nill 16:34.90

132 – Alex Kiefer 17:05.40

147 – Cameron Stuard 17:19.50


125 – Ross Principe 16:58.60


92 – Nathan Morrisson 16:35.40

Indivdual scores girls


3 – Breanna Glover 17:52.40

51 – Katarina Zosel 19:18.90

55 – Moira Woods 19:22.10

77 – Lulu Brady 19:41.00

112 – Marissa Acosta 20:09.70

125 – Lillia Adams 20:32.00

137 – Karina Houser 20:40.80

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