Ravens’ Muneton takes sixth; Auburn Mountain boys finish 14th

  • Sunday, November 10, 2019 11:05am
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Auburn Riverside’s Jasmin Muneton finished sixth at the 4A state girls cross country championships in Pasco on Saturday.

Muneton, a junior, completed the 5,000-meter course at Sun Willows Golf Course in 18 minutes, 30.40 seconds. Muneton was the All-City and North Puget Sound League champion.

Teammate Samena Tate, a sophomore, wound up 89th (19:59.70).

Lions finish strong

The Auburn Mountainview boys finished 14th in the team chase.

Camas was the runaway team champion.

Senior Jeremiah Bartlett – All-City champion – led the way, taking 56th overall in 16:17.10.

Freshman Ryan Lewis was 88th (personal-best 16:33.90), senior Theodore Wright finished 89th (16:35.30) followed by senior David Lysyy (129th, PB, 17:02.60), senior Dhevin Pearson (135th, 17:08), senior Andrew Rotter (150th, 17:17.10) and senior Elias Farhan (165th, 18:59.50).

For Auburn, Tim Rambo was 112th (16:48).




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