Mount Si’s running squad at state: from left, Nic Ayling, Paul Talens, Tychon Preston, Andrew Ross, Will Connors, Austin Gappa, Luke Harper, Jack Pratapas and Tristan Gray. Coaches are, from left: Blake Kimmell, Amy Johnson, Sean Sundwall and Kelly Saunders. Courtesy photo

Mount Si’s running squad at state: from left, Nic Ayling, Paul Talens, Tychon Preston, Andrew Ross, Will Connors, Austin Gappa, Luke Harper, Jack Pratapas and Tristan Gray. Coaches are, from left: Blake Kimmell, Amy Johnson, Sean Sundwall and Kelly Saunders. Courtesy photo

Mount Si boys take seventh at state cross-country meet

  • Monday, November 11, 2019 11:33am
  • Sports

Mount Si’s boys took seventh in the team standings at the 4A state cross-country meet on Nov. 9 at Willows Run Golf Course in Pasco.

Paul Talens took 17th (15:39.10), Austin Gappa took 19th (15:47.20), Tychon Preston took 57th (16:17.60), Jack Pratapas took 108th (16:46.20), Andrew Ross took 116th (16:51.40), Luke Harper took 142nd (17:12.70) and Will Connors took 147th (17:15.10).

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