The Kentridge High School boys cross country team came away with a home victory by sharing four of the top five spots in the meet against Spanaway Lake High School on Wednesday.
Spanaway Lake’s Colton Smith finished first with a time of 18 minutes, 14 second, finishing ahead of second place Steven Kassebaum of Kentridge by 1 minute, eight seconds. But Kentridge had a dual-meet low of 21 points to Spanaway Lake’s 38.
Spanaway Lake only had two runners besides Smith who finshed in the top ten.
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Kentridge’s Natasha Knipp left the rest of the competition in the dust, finishing well ahead of the rest of the field at 22:07 as the Chargers had nine of the top-10 finishers in a meet victory agianst Spanaway Lake.
Knipp, a senior, completed the race nearly two minutes ahead of sophomore teammate Julia Johns.
Lexus Sparks was the lone top-10 finisher for Spanaway Lake as Kentridge scored 15 points to Spanaway Lake’s 49 in the victory.
The Fife High School boys golf team edged White River 38-37 at Northshore golf course.
Fife’s Max Dorn earned medalist honors, shooting 6-over-par 40.
Lexi Dechon earned medalist honors with an even 43, but it wasn’t enough to lift the Enumclaw High School girls golf team in a 63-53 loss to Sumner.