EJ cross country girls continue to win at home

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Posted 3/5/21

The East Jefferson cross country team competed against Sequim on their 5k home course at the Port Townsend Golf Course. 

The EJ boys placed second, with the girls winning in a …

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EJ cross country girls continue to win at home

Freshman Aliyah Yearian keeps the pace as she runs for the East Jefferson cross country team at the Port Townsend Golf Course.
Freshman Aliyah Yearian keeps the pace as she runs for the East Jefferson cross country team at the Port Townsend Golf Course.
Photo courtesy Alice Fraser
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The East Jefferson cross country team competed against Sequim on their 5k home course at the Port Townsend Golf Course. 

The EJ boys placed second, with the girls winning in a tie-breaker.

East Jefferson junior Max Allworth-Miles won the boys race in a time of 17:27.1. 

Fellow runner sophomore Sebastain Manza took fourth overall in a time of 19:23.0 for the EJ team and junior Haven McMillen was the third East Jefferson runner with an overall place of seventh in 22:58.2.

The team placed second to Sequim.

The girls raced the two-loop course with Riley Pyeatt from Sequim taking the win in 20:06.0.  

Sophomore Camryn Hines claimed second place in 21:59.1 and third overall went to freshman Aliyah Yearian in 22:01.0. Freshman Fiona Fraser was sixth overall in 23:58.8. 

The Sequim and East Jefferson girls teams tied with East Jefferson winning based on the tie breaker.

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