Results were shown in real time as soon as the runners finished. (Steve Powell/Staff Photo)

Results were shown in real time as soon as the runners finished. (Steve Powell/Staff Photo)

Arlington girls, boys look strong at Twilight Invitational

  • Monday, October 7, 2019 4:02pm
  • Sports


All 4 local schools

Arlington placed third in the boys competition at the 13th annual Twilight Invitational at Cedarcrest Golf Course in Marysville Saturday. Powerhouse Jesuit was first with 33, Olympia second with 131, Arlington third with 153. Lakewood was sixth in 2A boys.

For the girls, Arlington was sixth and MG ninth.

The Lakewood girls were sixth.

Following are local team results:


12. Arlington: Chance Pearston, 16:05.9; 22. Vincent Loftis, 16:24.3; 25. Aiden Emerson, 16:28.3; 46. Ryan Barene, 16:51.3; 52. Isaiah Lowery, 16:53.1; 67. Kiyoshi Hall, 17:08.7; 76. Quincy Fankhauser, 17:17. MG: 128. Cole Norton, 17:57.5; 130. Oliver Schwab, 18:00.2; 152. Christian Balgos, 18:13; 172. Xander Johnson, 18:29.5; 174. Tyler Rounds, 18:29.8. M-P: 222. Raffaele Simeone, 19:37.8. Lakewood: 20. Alex Jensen, 16:41; 30. Gabe Hatch, 16:57.5; 42. Jarron Ransford, 17:16; 48. Jesse Stoddard, 17:20.8; Joseph Heisley, 17:54.9; 96. Matthew Hatch, 18:07.1; 115. Ben Schmidt, 18:29.3.


Arlington: 35. Anne Louise Fernandez, 19:50.7; 42. Maggie Delaney, 20:02.9; 46. Paige Nelson, 20:05.7; 54. Tailer Cochran, 20:14.1; 60. Hannah Johnson, 20:24.1; 67. Kate Rosson, 20:26.8; 80. Vivian Potong, 20:56.2; MG: 10. Jasmine Nguyen, 18:54.8; 22. Julia Rea, 19:28.9; 45. Janae Parsons, 20:04; 95. McKenzie Lewis, 21:10.6; 124. Lilli Toone, 21;44.4; 135. Karina Anderson, 22:00.2; 177. Karissa Snyder, 22:58.5; M-P: 83. Alexia Sandoval, 20:59.8.

Lakewood: 8. Callie Buchanan, 19:46.9; 34. Madison Howe, 21:05.5; 35. Holly Riley, 21:07.9; 57. Alexa Daily, 21:47.2; 63. Jaydee Yargus, 21:54.4;


M-P’s girls were led by Alexia Sandoval at a meet Thursday at Hamlin Park. She placed third with a time of 25 minutes, 52.8 seconds. Freshman Rachel Turral was sixth, Corianne Cross 18th, Julia Davis 19th, and Ivanna Borrero-Alt 26th.

For the boys, Raffaele Simeone placed eighth with a time of 22:10.10. Sophomore Carson Serge was 10th, Cohen Cross 20th, freshman Tyler Forney 21st, Austin Davis 22nd and Cayden White 23rd.



Audrey Jay scored a hat trick to lead the Eagles to a 4-0 shutout over Mountlake Terrace Thursday. Jay had 3 goals while Ellie Rork added 1. Getting one assist each were Sydney Crandall, Athena Dumadag and Jordan Bartlow.


In 2A action, the Cougar blanked Blaine 3-0, scoring all their goals in the second half. Iliana Ramirez scored twice and Kahlan Buckley once. Getting assists were Riley Christensen, Jasmine Graham and Layla Thomas. Marysville

M-P lost to Snohomish Saturday 4-1 with Briana Ruiz scoring the only Tommie goal. M-P tied Cedarcrest 1-1 Thursday, while MG lost to Archbishop Murphy 2-0.



The Eagles improved to 7-0, while Mountlake Terrace fell to 0-4 Thursday with the scores 25-14, 25-18, 25-21. Taylor Pederson led the offense with 20 kills, while Arianna Bilby had 14 kills, 5 aces and 8 digs. Laura Hadley added 4 kills, while Teagan Sutherland contributed 3 kills, 3 aces and 2 blocks.


M-P beat Cedarcrest Thursday 25-15, 25-13, 25-14 to improve to 2-5 on the year. The visitors fell to 1-5 on the season.

MG lost to Archbishop Murphy 15-25, 21-25, 23-25. Courtney Taylor had 6 kills and a block, while Kate Robert had 5 kills and 2 blocks. Peyton Schmidt added 2 service aces and 10 digs.


The Cougars lost to Blaine in three-straight Thursday.



MG lost to Everett Thursday 7-0. Rylee Worth won 8 games and so did the doubles team of Kane Selapack-Damon Morton for the Chargers.


Shorewood beat M-P 133-48 and MG 141-31 Thursday.

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