Varsity Extra

A surprise winner, a repeat champ and a 5A SIC team sweep highlight state cross country

Borah junior Nathan Green entered rarefied air Saturday with his second straight 5A state cross country championship. But he’s not done yet.

“It just makes me hungry for a third,” Green said. “I really want to just solidify (my place) as one of the best Borah runners to come through. I really want to get that three-peat and just show that I can do it.”

Green had little trouble wrapping up back-to-back state titles Saturday, conquering the course at Pocatello’s Portneuf Wellness Center in 15 minutes, 13.97 seconds — 21.74 seconds of Eagle’s Derek Litzinger in second place.

Green is already the first Borah runner, boy or girl, to repeat as a state cross country champion. Only six boys in state history had won back-to-back 5A state titles before the weekend. But the junior’s season was nearly over just as it started this fall.

The state’s reigning all-class cross country and track athlete of the year collapsed at the 2-mile mark at the Bob Firman Invite on Sept. 21, leaving the course in an ambulance with chest pains.

Green didn’t run again until the Boise City Meet three weeks later and entered the state meet having finished just three races all season. But he’d won all three, and he made it a clean 4-for-4 Saturday.

“It shows that I can still fight and I can still win, and that injuries aren’t a problem,” Green said. “I mean, they’re not permanent problems. They’re just temporary, and I can keep fighting through them as I did before. I still have it in me.”

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Eagle junior Lizzie Dildine was in second place for most of the course, but she rallied to win the 5A girls state cross country championship Saturday in Pocatello. Katherine Jones kjones@idahostatesman.com

EAGLE’S DILDINE WINS 5A GIRLS TITLE

Eagle junior Lizzie Dildine broke through to win her first state championship, setting a personal best by 13 seconds to win the 5A girls race in 17:42.16, 3.66 seconds ahead of Post Falls’ Sydney Shanahan.

“My whole goal during this race was just to try to keep up with Lexy Halladay, who was a previous state champion,” Dildine said. “I stayed pretty close to her the entire time. And then on the backside, I was feeling very strong. So I just ran past her and kept going.”

Dildine has chased Halladay her entire high school career as Halladay racked up first-place finish after first-place finish. Dildine had yet to surpass Halladay, including a second-place to the Mountain View star at last week’s district week.

But she finally scored the first victory on the stage that mattered the most.

“It’s incredible,” Dildine said. “I’m so excited right now.”

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Eagle junior Lizzie Dildine gets a congratulatory hug after her surprise first-place finish in the 5A girls state cross country championship Saturday in Pocatello. Katherine Jones kjones@idahostatesman.com

HALLADAY DENIED HISTORY

Mountain View senior Lexy Halladay entered Saturday as the presumptive favorite to win her fourth straight state title, a feat no girl in Idaho history had ever accomplished. But Halladay struggled Saturday morning, finishing 15th at 18:43.71.

“It’s just one of those things,” Mountain View coach Tracy Harris said. “Both of us had a good cry over it. All the ‘what ifs’ and ‘whys,’ we just tossed them out. We just don’t know.

“It’s just one of those things where it just wouldn’t go. We did the same thing we’ve done all year. She prepped great. Her workouts have been phenomenal. Today just wasn’t that day for whatever reason.”

Halladay credited Dildine and all the other runners who passed her Saturday.

“It was horrible for me during the race, but it’s so cute. They would go past me and give me a little pat on the back,” Halladay said. “… Lizzie came up on my shoulder and she’s like, ‘Come on, Lexy,’ and she ended up going off … I’m super proud of her for doing that.

“… I’m super proud of her for coming this far and staying with Ashley (LaJocies) and all those girls. They’re all super supportive and nice, and it sucks to lose them. But I’m proud of them for doing so good today. They clicked on the right day.”

An hour after the race, Halladay turned her attention to the upcoming regional meet in two weeks and December’s national championship in Portland. Halladay has never won either of those races.

“I’m motivated for the upcoming races and I’m just excited to get after it,” Halladay said. “Regionals and then, hopefully, nationals — because I’m mad now.”

BOISE GIRLS REPEAT AS 5A CHAMPS

The Brave placed four runners inside the Top 10 to repeat as the 5A girls team champ.

Junior Rosina Machu led Boise with a sixth-place finish at 18:26.51. Mikella Tobin followed in seventh place (18:28.30), Jamie Hamlin in ninth (18:32.45) and Molly Elliott in 10th (18:33.99). Boise’s fifth and final scoring runner, Annika Zuschlag, took finished 16th (18:49.08).

The five allowed Boise to finish with just 44 points, 28 ahead of Timberline in second place.

TIMBERLINE WINS FIRST STATE TITLE

Twenty-one years after opening its doors, Timberline can hang its first state cross country championship banner.

The Wolves’ boys team edged Meridian on a tiebreaker after both teams finished with 84 points. Junior Hayden Bostrom led Timberline with a third-place finish of 15:37.42, 23.45 seconds behind first place.

Sophomore Sean Janecko was the next Wolf to cross the finish line in 18th place (16:25.65), followed by junior Carson Wright in 21st place (16:28.43).

THREE SMALL-SCHOOL CHAMPS

  • Liberty Charter senior Caleb Hamblin repeated as the 1A boys champion in 15:31.49, leading the Patriots to their third straight team title.

  • McCall-Donnelly junior Sophie McManus won the 2A girls title at 18:30.78.

  • Ambrose senior Britta Holmberg won the 1A girls title at 19:01.43, leading the Archers to second-place finish as a team.

5A Boys State Meet

At Portneuf Medical Center, Pocatello

TEAM SCORES

1, Timberline 84. 2, Meridian 84. 3, Madison 97. 4, Eagle 97. 5, Mountain View 105. 6, Rigby 112. 7, Rocky Mountain 116. 8, Lewiston 214. 9, Post Falls 217.

TOP 30 INDIVIDUALS

1, Nathan Green, Borah, 15:13.97. 2, Derek Litzsinger, Eagle, 15:35.71. 3, Hayden Bostrom, Timberline, 15:37.42. 4, Will Dixon, Madison, 15:43.38. 5, Tanner Wilkinson, Meridian, 16:00.98. 6, Caden Byrer, Lewiston, 16:09.47. 7, Tyler Demasters, Meridian, 16:09.84. 8, Seth Bingham, Thunder Ridge, 16:13.49. 9, Ryan Stutz, Madison, 16:13.86. 10, Benjamin Ricks, Rigby, 16:16.37.

11, Mason Chandler, Rigby, 16:17.90. 12, Jared Harden, Highland, 16:19.80. 13, Marcus Heemeyer, Rocky Mtn, 16:20.99. 14, Chandler Emerson, Eagle, 16:21.85. 15, Zach Garey, Borah, 16:22.17. 16, Caleb Hart, Meridian , 16:23.06. 17, Cayden Tupper, Rocky Mtn, 16:25.00. 18, Sean Janecko, Timberline, 16:25.65. 19, Spencer Ord, Mtn View 16:27.54. 20, Nelson Snow, Meridian, 16:28.10.

21, Carson Wright, Timberline, 16:28.43. 22, Cooper Carlson, Mtn View 16:28.71. 23, Zac Pollock, Rocky Mtn, 16:28.81. 24, Nathan Fielding, Rigby, 16:31.40. 25, Garrit Stauts, Mtn View, 16:32.90. 26, Carter Gordon, Lake City, 16:34.79. 27, Jesse Halladay, Mtn View 16:39.91. 28, Jacob Packwood, Timberline, 16:40.34. 29, Trace Schultz, Capital, 16:40.53. 30, Chance Sleight, Madison, 16:41.02.

4A Boys State Meet

At Portneuf Medical Center, Pocatello

TEAM SCORES

1, Idaho Falls 54. 2, Preston 75. 3, Kuna 77. 4, Pocatello 142. 5, Sandpoint 168. 6, Blackfoot 172. 7, Skyline 226. 8, Ridgevue 234. 9, Bishop Kelly 247. 10, Vallivue 247. 11, Century 249. 12, Twin Falls 267. 13, Jerome 275. 14, Moscow 344. 15, Caldwell 396

TOP 30 INDIVIDUALS

1, Zac Bright, Idaho Falls, 15:23.30. 2, Russell Richardson, Kuna, 15:25.88. 3, Mitchell Athay, Idaho Falls, 15:30.48. 4, Riley Reid, Preston, 15:39.81. 5, Kobe Yost, Jerome, 15:45.27. 6, Sam Jeppsen, Preston, 15:49.38. 7, Tyler Mesaros, Bishop Kelly, 15:50.46. 8, Ryker Holtzen, Canyon Ridge, 15:56.29. 9, Edison Leffler, Preston, 16:00.63. 10, Jacob Criddle, Mtn Home, 16:02.48.

11, Jacob DeTemple, Burley, 16:02.61. 12, Seth Babbel, Vallivue, 16:02.89. 13, Brevin Vaughan, Pocatello, 16:04.59. 14, Joseph Ereaux, Idaho Falls, 16:06.03. 15, Jett Lucas, Sandpoint, 16:06.71. 16, Max Louth, Kuna, 16:07.71. 17, Porter Elison, Idaho Falls, 16:08.73. 18, Payson Bingham, Twin Falls, 16:09.42. 19, Xander Thompson, Century, 16:09.54. 20, Shane Gard, Pocatello, 16:11.52.

21, Jonathan Frew, Shelley, 16:11.64. 22, Logan Forester, Ridgevue, 16:12.03. 23, William Richardson, Kuna, 16:16.68. 24, Parker Cunningham, Kuna, 16:17.66. 25, Josh Harrison, Preston, 16:18.68. 26, Bryton Zohner, Skyline, 16:20.38. 27, Ryver Mills, Kuna, 16:20.49. 28, Parker Wade, Ridgevue, 16:21.37. 29, Isaac Corgatelli, Idaho Falls, 16:22.96. 30, Eli Gregory, Blackfoot, 16:24.66.

3A Boys State Meet

At Portneuf Medical Center, Pocatello

TEAM SCORES

1, Sugar-Salem 36. 2, Gooding 79. 3, Snake River 103. 4, Teton 133. 5, Timberlake 136. 6, Parma 146. 7, Buhl 167. 8, Fruitland 178. 9, Homedale 248. 10, Kellogg 263. 11, Bonners Ferry 273.

TOP 30 INDIVIDUALS

1, Logan Hunt, Timberlake, 15:48.36. 2, Kaysen Klingler, Sugar-Salem, 16:14.89. 3, Owen Rogers, Gooding, 16:21.50. 4, Lorenzo High, Snake River, 16:24.54. 5, Daniel Butler, Buhl, 16:27.97. 6, Parker Galbraith, Sugar-Salem, 16:37.04. 7, Tanner Dupree, Sugar-Salem, 16:50.86. 8, Tegan Baumann, Gooding, 16:53.23. 9, Lincoln High, Snake River, 16:54.36. 10, Brigham Dalling, Sugar-Salem, 16:58.05.

11, Parker Dupree, Sugar-Salem, 16:58.24. 12, Aidan Alley, Sugar-Salem, 16:58.25. 13, Carter McLaughlin, Gooding, 17:04.95. 14, Stetson Beus, Parma, 17:09.97. 15, Jack Dobbs, Teton, 17:10.67. 16, Kody Dalling, Sugar-Salem, 17:12.76. 17, Henry Coombs, Kimberly, 17:13.59. 18, James Allen, Teton, 17:15.73. 19, Hunter Smith, Bonners Ferry, 17:17.83. 20, Matthew Randall, Homedale, 17:19.91.

21, Logan Davis, CdA Charter, 17:33.38. 22, Keith Needham, Gooding, 17:40.83. 23, Caleb Christensen, Fruitland, 17:45.18. 24, Garrett Miller, Kellogg, 17:45.64. 25, Rylan Anderson, Snake River, 17:51.51. 26, Trenton Hemry, Parma, 17:53.28. 27, Dylan Royce, Timberlake, 17:54.21. 28, Luke Fillmore, Parma, 17:54.44. 29, Cade Morgan, Snake River, 17:55.90. 30, Atticus Andersen, Fruitland, 17:56.78.

2A Boys State Meet

At Portneuf Medical Center, Pocatello

TEAM SCORES

1, Salmon 22. 2, Soda Springs 72. 3, McCall-Donnelly 108. 4, West Side 112. 5, Cole Valley Christian 117. 6, Melba 153. 7, North Fremont 161. 8, Declo 197.

TOP 30 INDIVIDUALS

1, Johnathon Simmons, Salmon, 15:56.55. 2, Jacob Moffat, West Side, 16:24.42. 3, Keller Brothers, Salmon, 16:25.49. 4, Hyrum Spencer, W. Jefferson, 16:25.70. 5, Treygan Bragg, Salmon, 16:31.01. 6, Max Palmer, N. Fremont, 16:34.86. 7, Andy Gebhardt, Salmon, 16:38.53. 8, Carter McCullough, Soda Springs, 16:43.88. 9, Nathan Deschaine, Salmon, 16:45.24. 10, Grady Mylander, Nampa Christian, 16:48.89.

11, Ethan Sage, Cole Valley, 16:50.47. 12, Kelson Smith, Soda Springs, 16:53.32. 13, Zack Johnston, N. Fremont, 16:54.57. 14, Brentan Noreen, West Side, 16:56.09. 15, Kayden Gentry, Soda Springs, 16:56.25. 16, Josh Leavitt, Melba, 16:59.59. 17, Micah Tolman, Salmon, 17:00.68. 18, Luke Nelson, McCall, 17:04.85. 19, Hunter Wilcox, McCall, 17:05.21. 20, John Michael Kator, Soda Springs, 17:08.53.

21, Elijah Walker, McCall, 17:12.53. 22, Jason Caven, Cole Valley, 17:13.67. 23, Eli Gebhardt, Salmon, 17:17.35. 24, Duncan Blackmon, Declo, 17:17.91. 25, Bryce Wick, Cole Valley, 17:18.45. 26, Caleb Gardner, Firth, 17:20.10. 27, Preston Maughan, Soda Springs, 17:20.95. 28, Wade Sims, Soda Springs, 17:20.98. 29, Reagan Manzer, Melba, 17:26.33. 30, Nathan Nelson, McCall, 17:28.04.

1A Boys State Meet

At Portneuf Medical Center, Pocatello

TEAM SCORES

1, Liberty Charter 55. 2, Logos 79. 3, Victory Charter 82. 4, Valley 116. 5, Ambrose 139. 6, Grace 192. 7, Oakley 218. 8, Greenleaf 218. 9, Butte County 230. 10, Leadore 232. 11, Rimrock 272. 12, Potlatch 288. 13, Clearwater Valley 309.

TOP 30 INDIVIDUALS

1, Caleb Hamblin, Liberty Charter, 15:31.49. 2, Johnny Hagenbuch, Sun Valley, 15:54.21. 3, Daniel Dixon, Greenleaf, 16:10.65. 4, Garrett Christensen, Valley, 16:16.36. 5, Connor Gardner, Liberty Charter, 16:21.76. 6, Ian Stockett, Victory Charter, 16:31.59. 7, Kyle Christensen, Valley, 16:48.19. 8, Leo Magana, Oakley, 16:50.03. 9, Leland McAbee, Ambrose, 16:51.11. 10, Carson Sellers, Timberline W, 16:51.35.

11, David Phillis, Troy, 17:09.08. 12, Johnny Stark, Ambrose, 17:09.13. 13, Conner-Jacob Robbins, Victory Charter, 17:12.69. 14, Luke Bailey, Liberty Charter, 17:13.78. 15, Nate Plotner, Logos, 17:15.69. 16, Dallan Schaffer, Liberty Charter, 17:22.82. 17, Cole Wilkerson, Grace, 17:30.24. 18, Isaac Knudson, Castleford, 17:34.54. 19, Solomon Howard, Logos, 17:35.16. 20, Alex Blum, Logos, 17:36.97.

21, Theo Sentz, Logos, 17:44.31. 22, Alejandro Recendez, Valley, 17:53.26. 23, Jake Hughes, Logos, 17:54.68. 24, Jacob Duffy, Victory Charter, 17:55.48. 25, Victor Lemus, Rimrock, 17:56.56. 26, Isaac Blum, Logos, 17:57.48. 27, Connor-Douglas Robbins, Victory Charter, 18:02.19. 28, Asher Pirvu, Victory Charter, 18:02.72. 29, Preston Amerman, Clearwater V, 18:07.25. 30, Kaden Gardner, Liberty Charter, 18:12.90.

5A Girls State Meet

At Portneuf Medical Center, Pocatello

TEAM SCORES

1, Boise 44. 2, Timberline 72. 3, Eagle 80. 4, Post Falls 91. 5, Mountain View 116. 6, Madison 169. 7, Centennial 184. 8, Coeur d’Alene 208. 9, Thunder Ridge 215.

TOP 30 INDIVIDUALS

1, Lizzie Dildine, Eagle, 17:42.16. 2, Sydney Shanahan, Post Falls, 17:45.82. 3, Ashley LaJocies, Eagle, 17:50.80. 4, Samantha Wood, Post Falls, 18:15.08. 5, Aubrey Thueson, Centennial, 18:21.05. 6, Rosina Machu, Boise, 18:26.51. 7, Mikella Tobin, Boise, 18:28.30. 8, Robyn Reeder, Capital, 18:31.34. 9, Jamie Hamlin, Boise, 18:32.45. 10, Molly Elliott, Boise, 18:33.99.

11, Rebekka Bruland, Timberline, 18:34.32. 12, Morgan French, Mtn View 18:35.33. 13, Sage Martin, Rocky Mtn, 18:42.92. 14, Isabella Brickner, Timberline, 18:42.96. 15, Lexy Halladay, Mtn View 18:43.71. 16, Annika Zuschlag, Boise, 18:49.08. 17, Charlie Duff, Timberline, 18:49.64. 18, Kaleena Narus, Timberline, 18:50.25. 19, Alyssa Britton, Eagle, 18:50.91. 20, Lydia Nance, Boise, 18:52.57.

21, Anastasia Russell, Timberline, 18:55.48. 22, Brooklyn Lowry, Mtn View 19:01.49. 23, Jessica Moss, Thunder Ridge, 19:10.53. 24, Megan Morrin, Madison, 19:17.16. 25, Abby Stamper, Timberline, 19:18.80. 26, Lauren Forster, Coeur d’Alene 19:21.27. 27, Clara Stephens, Lake City, 19:23.22. 28, Isabelle Michaels, Timberline, 19:25.25. 29, Bailey Shanahan, Post Falls, 19:26.18. 30, Aubrey Kohler, Meridian, 19:26.22.

4A Girls State Meet

At Portneuf Medical Center, Pocatello

TEAM SCORES

1, Idaho Falls 65. 2, Bishop Kelly 88. 3, Twin Falls 114. 4, Skyline 143. 5, Kuna 147. 6, Pocatello 152. 7, Preston 178. 8, Nampa 220. 9, Century 244. 10, Sandpoint 261. 11, Shelley 269. 12, Moscow 281. 13, Jerome 283. 14, Middleton 300. 15, Vallivue 382/

TOP 30 INDIVIDUALS

1, Mattalyn Geddes, Twin Falls, 17:30.09. 2, Alivia Johnson, Bonneville, 18:17.58. 3, Sariah Harrison, Skyline, 18:30.05. 4, Alexia Corona, Ridgevue, 18:38.64. 5, Andie Bell, Preston, 18:43.05. 6, Bailey Bird, Pocatello, 18:50.05. 7, Hannah Kohler, Idaho Falls, 18:57.35. 8, Cassandra Vasquez, Nampa, 18:58.01. 9, Charlize Lawson, Mtn Home, 19:02.67. 10, Anna Ranieri, Bishop Kelly, 19:09.80.

11, Rebecca Bodine, Bishop Kelly, 19:10.41. 12, Brinlee Garling, Twin Falls, 19:13.83. 13, Laurel Hicke, Moscow, 19:16.72. 14, Allison Lemons, Idaho Falls, 19:18.43. 15, Aleece Kirkham, Pocatello, 19:20.15. 16, Elanor Eddington, Idaho Falls, 19:20.99. 17, Adria Roberts, Skyline, 19:21.99. 18, Jennalee Lewis, Idaho Falls, 19:23.08. 19, Jordan Olcott, Century, 19:23.90. 20, Kayelee Austin, Middleton, 19:24.65.

21, Gemma LaVergne, Emmett, 19:28.08. 22, Natalie Redetzke, Kuna, 19:33.18. 23, Megan McClure, Kuna, 19:42.62. 24, Molly Connor, Bishop Kelly, 19:43.56. 25, Elizabeth Lipman, Wood River, 19:44.69. 26, Abbey Corgatelli, Idaho Falls, 19:49.88. 27, Martha Escarzaga, Bishop Kelly, 19:58.72. 28, Lara Maccabee, Twin Falls, 20:01.50. 29, Raegan Hart, Skyline, 20:04.25. 30, Bec Kirkland, Moscow, 20:04.59.

3A Girls State Meet

At Portneuf Medical Center, Pocatello

TEAM SCORES

1, Sugar-Salem 27. 2, Timberlake 98. 3, Filer 106. 4, Kimberly 118. 5, Teton 121. 6, Snake River 128. 7, Priest River 190. 8, Fruitland 196. 9, Bonners Ferry 240. 10, Weiser 264.

TOP 30 INDIVIDUALS

1, Sarenady Price, Sugar-Salem, 19:29.10. 2, Jaresa Jackson, Sugar-Salem, 19:40.97. 3, Emma Hillam, Fruitland, 19:50.30. 4, Brinley Humphreys, Kimberly, 19:54.33. 5, Sara Bagley, Teton, 19:57.02. 6, Liz Edler, Filer, 20:06.07. 7, Taya Brewer, Sugar-Salem, 20:08.60. 8, Ryley Klingler, Sugar-Salem, 20:08.94. 9, Ethnie Hamblin, Sugar-Salem, 20:11.57. 10, Annika Rantala, Priest River, 20:24.30.

11, Josie Yovichin, CdA Charter, 20:35.53. 12, Kennedy Gillette, Sugar-Salem, 20:37.99. 13, Lacey Medina, Kellogg, 20:40.33. 14, Kennedi Cope, Gooding, 20:41.86. 15, Breklynn Gee, South Fremon, 20:43.87. 16, Carrie Cook, Filer, 20:45.11. 17, Shaye Sullivan, Kellogg, 20:46.34. 18, Sarah Zerfas, Timberlake, 20:48.78. 19, Christa Edler, Filer, 20:49.67. 20, Kierra Jensen, Snake River, 20:51.28.

21, Rachel Stokes, Snake River, 20:52.35. 22, Haileyann Johnson, Timberlake, 20:55.84. 23, Sharnai Hogan, Priest River, 21:02.24. 24, Jade Jackson, Sugar-Salem, 21:09.29. 25, Lucy Whitney, Kimberly, 21:12.27. 26, Ava Hatrock, Timberlake, 21:19.38. 27, Angie Barry, Timberlake, 21:19.55. 28, Valeria Wences, Buhl, 21:21.77. 29, Jenna Letham, Teton, 21:27.35. 30, Ceci Roemer, Bonners Ferry, 21:29.36.

2A Girls State Meet

At Portneuf Medical Center, Pocatello

TEAM SCORES

1, Soda Springs 49. 2, Bear Lake 67. 3, Salmon 90. 4, Melba 102. 5, McCall-Donnelly 109. 6, Cole Valley Christian 143. 7, West Jefferson 175. 8, Ririe 195. 9, Declo 228.

TOP 30 INDIVIDUALS

1, Sophie McManus, McCall, 18:30.78. 2, Elli Kelsey, Bear Lake, 18:45.36. 3, Elise Kelsey, Bear Lake, 19:02.36. 4, Brynlee Simmons, Soda Springs, 19:14.49. 5, Josi Kelsey, Bear Lake, 19:16.41. 6, Lily Neff, Nampa Christian, 19:37.13. 7, Becca Lau, Soda Springs, 19:38.69. 8, Tayah Gaines, Soda Springs, 19:42.03. 9, Cori Hatfield, McCall, 19:43.56. 10, Sedona Cannon, Salmon, 19:44.49.

11, Natalia Lewis, West Side, 19:45.46. 12, Elizabeth Spencer, W. Jefferson, 19:46.64. 13, Ashlyn Willis, West Side, 19:47.10. 14, Keelin Stewart, Cole Valley, 19:55.18. 15, Sara Deschaine, Salmon, 20:04.77. 16, Jenna Gaines, Soda Springs, 20:09.48. 17, Jessica Duran, Wendell, 20:11.63. 18, Marissa Cole, Melba, 20:17.90. 19, Kaylee Dalling, W. Jefferson, 20:22.75. 20, Joan Woods, Cole Valley, 20:24.66.

21, Rozzlyn Cazier, Melba, 20:34.48. 22, Leah Cannon, Salmon, 20:44.88. 23, Emma Austin, New Plymouth, 20:46.96. 24, Alexa Horsley, Soda Springs, 20:58.77. 25, Telissa Christensen, Melba, 21:02.45. 26, Katelyn Crane, Bear Lake, 21:08.09. 27, Paige Hilton, Salmon, 21:08.34. 28, Brayleigh Johnston, N. Fremont, 21:08.56. 29, Olivia Klein, Cole Valley, 21:13.04. 30, Braelyn Scott, Melba, 21:14.33.

1A Girls State Meet

At Portneuf Medical Center, Pocatello

TEAM SCORES

1, Oakley 45. 2, Ambrose 90. 3, Victory Charter 93. 4, Valley 124. 5, Logos 136. 6, Troy 149. 7, Rockland 155. 8, Grace 179. 9, Butte County 181. 10, Deary 187.

TOP 30 INDIVIDUALS

1, Britta Holmberg, Ambrose, 19:01.43. 2, Kaybree Christensen, Raft River, 19:11.29. 3, Karlee Christensen, Raft River, 19:18.67. 4, Cameron Moore, Ambrose, 19:27.15. 5, Keely Cranney, Oakley, 19:30.42. 6, Sydney Palmer Leger, Sun Valley, 19:32.74. 7, Emree Larson, Oakley, 19:50.04. 8, Natalya Babcock, Butte County, 19:55.79. 9, Amanda Lee, Liberty Charter, 20:01.14. 10, Kamber Smith, Rockland, 20:11.81.

11, Analine Gonzalez, Valley, 20:12.40. 12, Emma Hollon, Tri-Valley, 20:18.42. 13, Ella Boren, Rimrock, 20:19.13. 14, Elizabeth Simpson, Compass Charter, 20:21.10. 15, Clara Anderson, Logos, 20:37.02. 16, Grace Dixon, Greenleaf, 20:37.60. 17, Chochie Whittle, Oakley, 20:51.06. 18, Audrey Hansell, Ambrose, 21:05.98. 19, Caitlyn Whitaker, Valley, 21:15.61. 20, Kayte Casebolt, Logos, 21:17.41.

21, Jazmin Van Tassell, Dietrich, 21:28.30. 22, Allee Larson, Oakley, 21:37.13. 23, Claire Krahenbuhl, Victory Charter, 21:38.48. 24, Melanie Gianopulos, Clearwater V, 21:40.37. 25, Kassidy Chamberlin, Troy, 21:43.04. 26, Hope Payton, Oakley, 21:50.91. 27, Azlyn Gillette, Oakley, 21:56.19. 28, Megan Royer, Victory Charter, 21:58.39. 29, Chloe Daniels, Victory Charter, 22:03.25. 30, Macy Campbell, Victory Charter, 22:04.07.

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