Photo courtesy of Susan Schlepp The Skyline Spartans boys and girls Cross Country teams put together dominating performances at the 19th annual Bellarmine Prep Cross Country Invitational on Sept. 9 in Tacoma. The Skyline boys squad captured first place, compiling 108 team points (low score wins in Cross Country). Gonzaga Prep finished in second place with 122 team points. The Spartans girls team finished in first place, tallying 86 team points. Holy Names captured second place with 130 total points. On the boys side, Griffin Ganz finished in eighth place with a time of 10:18.4 on the two-mile course. Alexander Alamangos captured 13th place as well. In girls action, senior Geneva Schlepp captured first place with a time of 11:58.2. Mia Crocker earned 16th place and senior Amber McGraw finished in 17th place individually.

Spartans dominate Bellarmine Prep Invitational

  • Wednesday, September 13, 2017 5:39pm
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The Skyline Spartans boys and girls Cross Country teams put together dominating performances at the 19th annual Bellarmine Prep Cross Country Invitational on Sept. 9 in Tacoma. The Skyline boys squad captured first place, compiling 108 team points (low score wins in Cross Country). Gonzaga Prep finished in second place with 122 team points. The Spartans girls team finished in first place, tallying 86 team points. Holy Names captured second place with 130 total points. On the boys side, Griffin Ganz finished in eighth place with a time of 10:18.4 on the two-mile course. Alexander Alamangos captured 13th place as well. In girls action, senior Geneva Schlepp captured first place with a time of 11:58.2. Mia Crocker earned 16th place and senior Amber McGraw finished in 17th place individually.

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