Cross country: Wolves compete at league, Nike meets

Sophomore Liberty Mavy was Sequim’s top finisher in the girls’ race after placing 12th (22:52) and freshman Colin Feik was 18th (19:26) as SHS’s top boys finisher in the fourth Olympic League meet of the season at North Mason High School in Belfair on Oct. 5.

Sequim’s depleted girls team saw just three runners compete: Anatasia Updike placed 20th (24:18) and Sadie Mavy was 28th (25:15) in the 50-runner race.

Sequim’s boys were seventh out of eight teams. Connor Goff was 35th (20:18) and Mirek Skov was 37th (20:36) in the 55-runner boys varsity race.

Sequim’s boys JV team was third, led by senior Jackson Imholt’s eighth-place finish (21:34).

Sequim also competed the Nike Hole-In-The-Wall meet Oct. 7-8 in Lakewood, with Kaitlin Bloomenrader pacing Sequim’s girls with a 20:18 finish in the women’s varsity gold division,placing 49th out of 254 runners. Sadie Mavy was third in the JV bronze division (22:49) and teammate Ahrya Klinger was 22nd (24:15) in the same race.

On the boys’ side, the Wolves placed 38th in the 47-team varsity silver division (average over 18:00), led by Owen Randall’s 29th place finish in 17:35, a personal best 5k time. Feik was 144th (18:45) and James Mason was 215th (19:24) in the 320-runner division.

Sequim’s boys were 39th overall in the men’s JV silver division (average over 20:00), led by freshman Matthew Lake’s 121st-place finish (20:29). The Wolves were 41st in the JV bronze division (average over 22:00), led by freshman Easton Sisemore’s 53rd-place effort (21:14).

Coming up

Sequim caps the regular season with a home meet on Oct. 12 at the Voice of America Park.

The Wolves then host the Olympic League championships, set for Thursday, Oct. 20, at The Cedars at Dungeness golf course.

Qualifying teams and individuals compete at the West Central District meet on Oct. 29 at University Place.