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The Timberwolf squads beat both Century and Hilhi

HILLSBORO — The Tualatin High School cross country teams got off to a perfect start to Pacific Conference competition.

The Timberwolf squads both swept Century and Hillsboro in a conference-opening three-way meet held Sept. 18 at Rood Bridge Park.

The Tualatin girls posted a 22-36 win over Hillsboro and they bested Century by a 20-39 margin.

Junior Joslyn Gastiaburu led the way for Tualatin at the meet, which also included teams from Aloha and South Albany. She ran to eighth place in the 5,000-meter race in a time of 21 minutes and 55 seconds.

Tualatin freshman Katie Intile was 12th at 22:32 and senior Emma Fanger was 13th at 22:33.

Also for the Timberwolf girls, freshman Nicole Oh was 19th at 23:08, senior Alyssa Fuji was 21st at 23:24, sophomore Sarah Krill was 28th at 23:58 and sophomore Amanda Keen was 29th at 24:06.

The Tualatin boys scored a 15-incomplete win over Hillsboro and a 26-31 victory over Century at last week’s meet.

Timberwolf junior Matthew Lovos was eighth overall in a time of 17:30.

Tualatin senior Tyler Snyder wasn’t far behind, placing 10th at 17:45 and sophomore Mark French was 11th at 17:45.

Also for the Wolves, sophomore Malachi Seib was 18th at 18:30, junior Dakota Steppe was 21st at 18:37, junior William Calder was 22nd at 18:48 and sophomore Tucker Leneve was 23rd at 18:51.

The Tualatin teams were slated to face McMinnville in a conference dual meet Wednesday at Joe Dancer Park in McMinnville. Results of that meet weren’t available when The Times went to press.

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