South Kitsap girls XC wins at Bellarmine Invitational

TACOMA — The South Kitsap girls topped all others in the two-mile varsity races at the 20th Bellarmine Invitational on Sept. 8.

The girls finished with 96 points, 31 points ahead of second-place Holy Names Academy and 49 points ahead of third-place Redmond. The boys varsity team finished third in their race behind Redmond and Gonzaga Prep.

Freshman Ashley Sciocchetti was the top runner for the South Kitsap girls, finishing in seventh place overall with a time of 12:34.80. Evelyn Collins-Winn (16th), Paxton DePoe (19th) and Kristina Ihlen (21st) all finished in the top 25 in the field of 116 finishers.

Jacob Laws was the top runner on the boys side, finishing in 10:25, which gave him sixth place. Zach Grams finished 12th (10:35.40) and Kevin McDermott took 24th (10:48.40).

South Kitsap full results:

2 Miles Varsity (Boys)

Jacob Laws, 10:25

Zach Grams, 10:35.40

Kevin McDermott, 10:48.40

Jacob Rowden, 11:09.50

Jacob Simon, 11:12.80

Shawn Clough, 11:13.20

Mark VanDoornik, 11:36.90

2 Miles Varsity (Girls)

Ashley Sciocchetti, 12:34.80

Evelyn Collins-Winn, 12:48.30

Paxton DePoe, 12:51.60

Kristina Ihlen, 12:54.80

Emma Orser, 13:28.90

Kaija Ogan, 13:48.90

Rachel Seick, 14:02.50

2 Miles Junior Varsity (Boys 10/11)

Ryan Clough, 12:06.50

Andrew Carlos, 12:40.90

Luke Thorvilson, 13:03.10

Keel Slayback, 13:09.40

Giles Bond, 15:14.50

Justin Myers, 15:26.40

2 Miles Junior Varsity (Boys 11/12)

Joseph Hess, 11:45

Tim Reidy, 11:52.60

Cameron Vance, 11:52.70

Quincy Parsons, 11:56.90

Chris Thompson, 12:05.40

Elijah Carroll, 12:17.60

2 Miles Junior Varsity (Girls)

Alena McCrea, 14:28.70

Sequoia Simmons, 14:37.50

Abby Hebesien, 14:47.90

Sarah Reidy, 15:22.50

Elizabeth Williams, 15:28.70

Mia Carroll, 15:31.20

Isabella Guzman-Estrada, 16:06.40

Samantha Crane, 16:31.50

Tiffany Syfu, 17:36.10

Annie Gatlin, 18:50

Evelyn Sagreo, 19:07.10

Anna Colton, 19:25.60

Ann Cabacungan, 21:27.50

2 Miles Freshman (Boys)

Bryce Richmond, 12:10.80

Nicholas Brimhall, 12:16.70

Brennan Koontz, 12:35.50

Cole Smith, 13:06.40

2 Miles Freshman (Girls)

Emily Williams, 17:18.60

Emily Gay, 18:30.70

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