Barlow's Stumbo takes silver at Reynolds cross country meet
Two Barlow senior runners placed near the top of the podium while the Sandy girls won the team victory during a Mt. Hood Conference cross country meet.
The HOKA One One Postal Nationals 2 Mile Run was held Wednesday, Sept. 14, at Reynolds High School on a route that looped around the Raiders' athletics fields. All eight Mt. Hood schools sent runners in what turned into a day of blistering times.
On the girls side Madeline Pizzuti, junior from Nelson, placed first; Alyssa Stumbo, senior, Barlow, finished second; and Sandy junior Susan Mcgaughey took third. As a team the Pioneer girls won with a score of 56, besting Clackamas (61) and Barlow (98).
For the boys it was a Central Catholic 1-2-3 sweep, led by senior Wesley Shipsey. Barlow senior Braydon Lee took fourth after running near the front of the pack all afternoon. On the team front it was a dominant win by the Rams (15), distantly followed by Nelson (78) and Barlow (90).
Here are the top 10 boys and girls finishers from the meet:
1st: Madeline Pizzuti, junior, Nelson (12:36.2)
2nd: Alyssa Stumbo, senior, Barlow (12:43.6)
3rd: Susan Mcgaughey, junior, Sandy (13:10.8)
4th: Zoe Vanderwal, junior, Central Catholic (13:11.9)
5th: Olivia Doane, senior, Clackamas (13:36.3)
6th: Maddy Cooper, junior, Sandy (13:55.5)
7th: Allison Moe, junior, Clackamas (13:58)
8th: Regina Diaz-Garcia, senior, Clackamas (13:59)
9th: Kellie Shiozawa, junior, Clackamas (14:08.29)
10th: Izabela Garcia, senior, Barlow (14:12.3)
1st: Wesley Shipsey, senior, Central Catholic (9:58.1)
2nd: Charlie Black, senior, Central Catholic (9:59.6)
3rd: Garrett Mackey, senior, Central Catholic (10:08.7)
4th: Braydon Lee, senior, Barlow (10:20.1)
5th: Kai Miles, junior, Nelson (10:41.8)
6th: Jack Canaday, sophomore, Central Catholic (10:51.1)
7th: Brady Dugan, senior, Central Catholic (10:51.9)
8th: Charlie Nolan, senior, David Douglas (10:56.1)
9th: Tristan Sullivan, senior, Central Catholic (10:56.4)
10th: Joe Yang, junior, Nelson (10:59.7)
For a full list of results, visit bit.ly/3qY7o21
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