Double wins for Red Wolves hustlers last weekend

On Saturday, Oct. 20, the Cedarcrest High School cross country squad competed at the Cascade Conference Cross Country Championships, held at South Whidbey High School.The Red Wolves set out to be double team champions, and they succeeded, for the third straight year.

Cedarcrest’s top three girls, Amelia Anderson, Olivia Waterman and Diana Carr, earned First Team All-Conference status, while Molly Hammontree and Megan Brimley took second-team status.

Maddy Buckmaster and Stephanie Busch had their best races of the season in their last races of the season.

Logan Orndorf became the first Cedarcrest boy to win an individual conference title. Quinn Radbourne and Jonathan Gunderson ran good races, and Logan, Quinn and Dominic Dams all finished with First Team All-Conference status.

Cody Wanichek and Gunderson earned Second Team All- Conference status.

Athletes of the Meet were Quinn Radbourne, Jonathan Gunderson, Amelia Anderson and Megan Brimley.

Cedarcrest now goes into Bi-District Championships as the 2A schools from our Cascade Conference, the Northwest Conference and the Kingco Conference convene on October 27 at Lakewood H.S.

The top four girls teams, top 20 individual girls, top three boys teams and top 20 individual boys qualify for state.

“We have done it before,” coach Bruce McClellan says. “We can do it again.”


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