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    Juneau-Douglas girls and boys run in the Eagle Beach meet on Saturday. (Klas Stolpe)

    Juneau, Alaska (KINY) - Athletes from the Juneau-Douglas Yadaa.at Kalé Crimson Bears and TMHS Falcons cross-country teams ran in the Eagle Beach Dual Meet last Saturday.

    The JDHS girls and boys won the team scoring over TMHS 15 to 50 in the combined mass start.

      JDHS seniors Ella Goldstein (21:07), McKenna McNutt (21:12) and Trinity Jackson (21:17) were the first three across the line for the girls with JDHS sophomores Maisy Morley (21:21) and Ruby Rivas (22:19) next, followed by JDHS junior Skyla Tuckwood (22:35) and sophomore Iris White (22:41).

      TMHS junior Maya Chaskin (14th 25:39) led Falcons freshmen Cailyn Baxter (15th 25:47), Pema Curry (16th 28:01) and sophomore Mackenzie Lam (17th 28:04) as the top Falcons.

      The perfect score by the JDHS boys saw senior Sam Holst (18:30), sophomore Edgar Vera Alvarado (18:30), freshman Joshua Reed (18:38), senior Tias Carney (18:38), sophomore Martin Holst (18:47), sophomore Leif St. Clair (19:05) and junior Finn Kesey (19:10) cross first.

      Top Falcons were sophomores Ethan Reichl (13th 20:35) and Alexander Ward (20:40).

    EAGLE BEACH GIRLS RESULTS

      (place, class, name, time, school):

    1.

    12

      Ella Goldstein

    21:07

      JDHS

    2.

    12

      McKenna McNutt

    21:12

      JDHS

    3.

    12

      Trinity Jackson

    21:17

      JDHS

    4.

    10

      Maisy Morley

    21:21

      JDHS

    5.

    10

      Ruby Rivas

    22:19

      JDHS

    6.

    11

      Skylar Tuckwood

    22:35

      JDHS

    7.

    10

      Iris White

    22:41

      JDHS

    8.

    12

      Celia Wheeler

    22:57

      JDHS

    9.

    11

      Lizzie Stitz

    23:18

      JDHS

    10.

    10

      Jayme Geary

    23:41

      JDHS

    11.

    12

      Natanya Reed

    24:13

      JDHS

    12.

    10

      Cara Hollingsworth

    25:15

      JDHS

    13.

    12

      Marina Lloyd

    25:31

      JDHS

    14.

    11

      Maya Chaskin

    25:39

      TMHS

    15.

    9

      Cailyn Baxter

    25:47

      TMHS

    16.

    9

      Pema Curry

    28:01

      TMHS

    17.

    10

      Mackenzie Lam

    28:04

      TMHS

    18.

    9

      Adelyn Buss

    28:10

      JDHS

    19.

    12

      Naomi Olver

    29:19

      TMHS

    20.

    9

      Amy Lockwood

    30:57

      TMHS

    21.

    9

      Bailey Roguska

    31:39

      JDHS

    22.

    9

      Dorothy Germain

    33:50

      TMHS

    23.

    9

      Makayla Peter

    34:03

      JDHS

    24.

    9

      Mary Johnson

    36:23

      JDHS

    EAGLE BEACH BOYS RESULTS

      (place, class, name, time, school):

     

     

    1.

    12

      Samuel Holst

    18:30

      JDHS

    2.

    10

      Edgar Vera Alvarado

    18:30

      JDHS

    3.

    9

      Joshua Reed

    18:38

      JDHS

    4.

    12

      Tias Carney

    18:38

      JDHS

    5.

    10

      Martin Holst

    18:47

      JDHS

    6.

    10

      Leif St Clair

    19:05

      JDHS

    7.

    11

      Finn Kesey

    19:10

      JDHS

    8.

    10

      Malachi Peimann

    19:27

      JDHS

    9.

    9

      Nick Iverson

    19:27

      JDHS

    10.

    11

      Kyle Dusenberry

    19:44

      JDHS

    11.

    9

      Shem Stitz

    19:45

      JDHS

    12.

    11

      Ben Goldstein

    20:20

      JDHS

    13.

    10

      Ethan Reichl

    20:35

      TMHS

    14.

    10

      Alexander Ward

    20:40

      TMHS

    15.

    12

      Owen Costello

    20:40

      JDHS

    16.

    10

      Wilder Dillingham

    21:09

      JDHS

    17.

    9

      Mathias Paden

    21:21

      TMHS

    18.

    11

      Layne Cutnose

    22:10

      JDHS

    19.

    9

      Ferguson Wheeler

    22:41

      JDHS

    20.

    12

      Zayden Schivens

    23:10

      JDHS

    21.

    10

      Edward Hu

    23:11

      JDHS

    22.

    9

      Kajson Cunningham

    23:50

      TMHS

    23.

    9

      Benjamin Sikes

    23:50

      TMHS

    24.

    9

      Dashel Culbreth

    24:16

      JDHS

    25.

    9

      Merrick Hartman

    24:22

      TMHS

    26.

    9

      Carvin Hass

    25:06

      TMHS

    27.

    11

      Ahmed Mezel

    25:17

      JDHS

    28.

    11

      Reece Dusenberry

    25:33

      JDHS

    29.

    9

      Bruno Melecha

    25:54

      TMHS

    30.

    9

      Elijah Levy

    27:09

      TMHS

    31.

    11

      Michael Wittig

    33:15

      TMHS

    32.

    9

      Ian Ward

    33:33

      TMHS

    33.

    9

      Thomas Rice

    34:41

      TMHS

     

     

     

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