(Jesse Major/Peninsula Daily News) Annie Craig of Orting races at the Northwest Cup at Dry Hill west of Port Angeles on Sunday. Craig finished third in the women’s 19-plus Cat 1 race.

(Jesse Major/Peninsula Daily News) Annie Craig of Orting races at the Northwest Cup at Dry Hill west of Port Angeles on Sunday. Craig finished third in the women’s 19-plus Cat 1 race.

MOUNTAIN BIKING: Two young local riders win at Sunday’s NW Cup

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