Undefeated Ravens scoot to NPSL Olympic Division cross country title

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The Ravens’ Dustin Williams has the West Central District 3’s eighth-best time of 16:01, a personal best set earlier this month. RACHEL CIAMPI, Auburn Reporter

Dustin Williams and Marcus Sutrick went one-two in the 3.1-mile race, leading Auburn Riverside past Thomas Jefferson and Todd Beamer to a pair of North Puget Sound League Olympic Division dual meet wins Wednesday.

The Ravens secured the division crown with a 7-0 record. Auburn Riverside prevailed 20-41 over TJ and 21-39 over Todd Beam in dual meet scoring.

Williams finished the home course in 16 minutes, 8 seconds, followed by Sutrick in 16:13. Noah Elwell was sixth (17:12).

In the girls race, Ravens freshman Jasmin Muneton finished seventh overall (21:23).

Auburn Riverside topped Todd Beamer (24-31) but fell short to Jefferson (15-45) in the dual scoring to finish 3-4 in the division.

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