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Timberwolf teams are tipped by Forest Grove


The Tualatin boys lose by one point to the 1st-place Vikings

TUALATIN — The Tualatin High School cross country teams weren’t able to come away with a victory against league power Forest Grove.

Although, the Tualatin boys came close — really close.

The Timberwolf boys were edged 27-28 by the Vikings in a Pacific Conference dual meet held Oct. 10 at Tualatin High School.

The league-leading Forest Grove boys improved to 5-0 in Pacific Conference meets with the win.

The Tualatin boys moved to 3-2 in league meets with the close setback.

Sophomore Matthew Lovos led the way for the Timberwolves in their strong performance at last week’s meet.

Lovos triumphed in the 5,000-meter varsity boys race in a time of 16 minutes and 32 seconds.by: DAN BROOD - TURNING THE CORNER -- Tualatin High School Christine Ho picks up the pace during last week's dual meet against Forest Grove.

Also for the Tualatin boys, junior Travis Snyder was sixth with a mark of 17:03, senior Scott Allred was seventh at 17:06, sophomore Benjamin Love was eighth at 17:18, sophomore William Calder was 10th at 17:40, freshman Malachi Seib was 13th at 17:57 and sophomore Daniel Ennis was 15th at 18:12.

The Tualatin girls fell 19-40 to the Vikings at last week’s meet.

Forest Grove improved to 4-1 in league meets with the win while the Tualatin girls moved to 3-2.

Senior Kayla Moore paced the Wolves at meet. She finished in fourth place in a time of 20:53. Tualatin senior Christine Ho was close behind, placing sixth at 21:35.

Also for the Tualatin girls, freshman Amanda Keen was eighth at 22:27, senior Emma Williams was 13th at 23:23, senior Hannah Smith was 20th at 24:14 and senior Olivia Schrimp was 21st at 24:26.

Forest Grove senior Elena Torry-Schrag triumphed in the race with a mark of 20:10.

The Tualatin teams were slated to finish their league dual meet schedule Wednesday when they faced Century and Tigard in a double dual meet at Century High School. Results of that meet weren’t available when the Times went to press