Area distance runners compete well at WIAA state cross country championships

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PASCO — The Columbia Basin sent its brightest and best cross country distance runners to the WIAA State Cross Country Championships at Sun Willows Golf Course in Paco on Saturday.

Three-time state qualifier Joshua Cooper of Moses Lake finished 104 in the final race of his high school career. Cooper was the lone Chief in the field and clocked a time of 16 minutes, 53.20 seconds to finish 104th in the Class 4A race.

Quincy’s Jane Kennedy (21:13.20) and Adrianna Redstar (21:36.70) of Ephrata finished in the top 75 in the 2A girls race. Kennedy was 53rd and Redstar finished 71st.

Wahluke’s Yerik Allerano (17:39.70) finished 53rd in the 1A boys race and Rudy Flores (17:50.40) of Royal was 68th. Flores dedicated his season and race to the memory of Silver Beltran, who passed away last summer.

In the 1A girls race, Royal’s Abby Delay (21:32.90) and Sydney Gilbert (21:44.50) finished 70th and 75th, respectively, to lead the Knight contingent.

4A Boys state cross country championships

Local placer

104. Joshua Cooper, Moses Lake, 16:53.20

2A Girls state cross country championships

Local placers

53. Jane Kennedy, Quincy, 21:13.20

71. Adrianna Redstar, Ephrata, 21:36.70

1A Girls state cross country championships

Local placers

70. Abby Delay, Royal, 21:32.9

75. Sydney Gilbert, Royal, 21:44.50

104. Aliyan Finch, Royal, 22:32.2

126. Ana Villafana, Royal, 23:11.40

133. Sydney Burk, Royal, 23:29.90

135. Amanda Justo-Victoriano, Royal, 23:42.40

141. Abby Wood, Royal, 23:57.20

1A Boys state cross country championships

Local placers

53. Yerik Allerano, Wahluke, 17:39.70

68. Rudy Flores, Royal, 17:50.40

113. Fernando Alvarado, Royal, 18:22.3

119. Tanu Buck, Wahluke, 18:28.70

— Staff report

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