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Cross Country: St. Helens runs in middle of pack at Wilsonville

Photo Credit: COREY BUCHANAN, THE SPOKESMAN - St. Helens junior Angela Willson paced the Lady Lions, finishing inside the top-15 for St. Helens during the Sept. 25 meet in Wilsonville.The Lions had a pair of runners break into the top-15 in the second NW Oregon Conference meet of the season, taking fourth place for the boys and third place for the girls on Sept. 24 in Wilsonville, where the host Wildcats were just one place away from a perfect 15-point finish.

Senior Casey Cooke paced the boys team, finishing 11th, and just six seconds off his season PR from the league preview on Sept. 10. Sophomore Richard Sass finished 16th with a time of 19:02, followed by senior Fuller Worman and junior Jarret Boyton. The pair finished back-to-back, separated by just a second. Sophomore Brendan Fugere placed as the final scoring runner for the St. Helens boys.

On the girls side, junior Angela Willson led the Lady Lions to beat out Putnam and Milwaukie, falling behind Wilsonville and Sandy to take third. Sophomore Genny Luttrell fought for a 17th place finish, while senior Jackie Prevish inched just inside the top-25.

The Lions will be back in action on Sept. 26 at the Meriwether National Golf Club in Hillsboro at 4 p.m., before hosting the Trojan Relays on Oct. 2.


Wilsonville 18

Sandy 49

Milwaukie 91

St. Helens 93

Putnam 132


Wilsonville 25

Sandy 36

St. Helens 93

Putnam 115

Milwaukie 131

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