Arlington runner 2nd in huge cross country meet in M’ville (slide show)

MARYSVILLE – Arlington High School senior Nathan Beamer placed second out of hundreds of cross country runners in an event hosted by Marysville Getchell High School at Cedarcrest Golf Course Oct. 3.

Nathan Beamer of Arlington leads the pack as it runs along a trail at Cedarcrest Golf Course in Marysville Oct. 3. He went on to finish second.

MARYSVILLE — The Arlington boys cross-country team placed second and the girls placed 12th at the Twilight Invitational at Cedarcrest Golf Course Oct. 3. The boys team scored 144 points: Nathan Beamer placed second in 15:14 minutes; Pieter Andrews was 24th in 16:08; Zachary Cushman was 25th in 16:09; Michael Barene was 31st in 16:18; and J.J. Childers was 62nd in 16:51.The girls team scored 335 points:Marie Gaudin was 38th in 19:53; Emma Janousek was 57th in 20:22; Mary Andrews was 67th in 20:34; Camellia Hanna was 73rd in 20:40; and Kelsey Mutton was 100th in 21:01.

The Marysville Getchell boys team was 18th and the girls were 28th. The boys team scored 528 points: Cameron Wagstaff was 43rd in 16:38; Thomas Lindgren was 102nd in 17:18; Connor Stickels was 121st in 17:43; Zachary Arcaro-Fraser was 129th in 17:38; and Channing Frohlich was 133rd in 17:41.The girls team scored 755: Maguire Rossnagle was 77th in 20:42; Taylor Roscoe was 126th in 21:26; Abby Ryiter was 171st in 22:29; Ariana Sagali was 174th in 22:34; and Alia Teerlink was 207th in 24:32.

The Marysville-Pilcuck boys team was 33rd and scored 925 points:  Josh Bevan was 140th in 17:45; Arteom Lurpekna was 190th in 18:35; Tommy Haeffele was 193rd in 18:36; Nathan Venables was 196th in 18:43; and David Adams was 206th 19:05.




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