Ravens’ Sutrick finishes eighth in state 4A championship | Prep cross country

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Auburn Riverside’s Marcus Sutrick ran his swiftest race of the season on Saturday, and his best-for-last performance was good enough to finish in the top 10 at the 4A state championship cross country meet at Sun Willows Golf Course in Pasco.

Sutrick, a senior and two-time All-City champion, covered the 5,000-meter course (3.1 miles) in a personal-best 15 minutes, 36.30 seconds to finish eighth.

Mount Si’s Joe Waskom won the race in 15:16.20.

Sutrick’s teammate, senior Noah Elwell, finished 109th in 16:54.80. Easton Lane was 123rd in 17:06.80.

For Auburn Mountainview, junior Jeremiah Bartlett finished 136th (17:19,50).

In the girls 5K, Auburn Riverside sophomore Jasmin Muneton was 73rd (19:59.90)

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