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Cheyenne Trainer leads Lions runners at Three-Course Challenge

Sophomore's 19 minutes and 30 seconds sets a new personal record for seventh on Easy course

     -     Cheyenne Trainer had the Lions' best afternoon at the Three-Course Challenge on Saturday, Sept. 17, at Camp Rilea in Warrenton.

The sophomore's 19 minutes, 30 seconds was a new personal record for seventh place on the girls' Easy Course.

Camas (Wash.) freshman Halle Jenkins (17:57) and junior Madison Child (18:03) were first and second, and Monta Vista (Cupertino, Calif.) senior Kelly Bishop was third (18:06).

Camas won the Easy run with 70 points over Portland's Class 6A St. Mary's Academy (144) and Class 6A Grant (165).

On the Moderate course, Anna Luttrell was 16th (24:03), Mackenzie Trainer was 34th (24:45), Genny Luttrell was 74th (26:34), Taskca Benjamin was 133rd (28:03) and Sarah Sonnenburg was 162nd (29:20).

The Lions were fifth with 185 points.

Camas won with 41 points over St. Mary's (96) and Mountain View of Vancouver, Wash. (129).

On the Hard course, Josie Hanna was 27th (25:19), Krista LaMunyon was 96th (28:38) and Alyssa Fite was 101st (28:49).

Class 6A Barlow (Gresham) senior Olivia Johnson won in 22:49 over Camas junior Ellie Postma (22:53) and Inglemoor (Kenmore, Wash.) senior Rebecca Ledsham (23:01).

In the boys' meet, Brendan Fugere set a personal best of 17:39 for 62nd on the Easy course, and Jared Barley came 104th in a personal record of 18:30.

Eastlake (Sammamish, Wash.) junior Nate Pendleton won in a personal-best 15:03 over Class 4A Sisters junior Jordan Pollard (personal record, 15:19) and Monta Vista senior Bennett Zhang (personal record, 15:32).

Inglemoor (171) beat Mountain View (222) and Kentridge (230).

Cooper Montgomery 73rd on the Moderate course in 22 minutes, and Jacob Falk was 127th (23:06).

Skyview (Vancouver, Wash.) senior Chanse Gilbert won in 18:31, followed by Camas sophomore Jackson Lyne (18:45) and Inglemoor junior Ray Vernon (18:51).

Kentridge won the race with 132 points ahead of Inglemoor (189) and Mountain View (199).

Ben Johnstun was 33rd on the Hard course (21:22).

Hockinson (Brush Prairie, Wash.) senior Kyle Peterson won in 19:31 ahead of Seaside senior Bradley Rzewnicki (19:43) and Class 4A Stayton junior Casey Pugh (19:48).

Stayton won with 199 points over Yamhill-Carlton (217) and Auburn Riverside of Washington (226).

The Lions were scheduled to run with Parkrose, Sandy and Hillsboro on Wednesday at Hillsboro High School, the official results of which were unavailable at press time.

St. Helens will compete in the Meriwether National Cross Country Classic at 5:30 p.m. on Friday at Meriwether National Golf Club in Hillsboro.