Trip to Tillamook County for the Ultimook Race brings Indian harriers into the big meet environment.

The Molalla High cross country team stepped up to a much bigger race Saturday, Sept. 4, competing in the Ultimook Race at the Hydrangea Ranch in Tillamook County.

There were hundreds of runners and a large number of teams dialed into the first big invitational of the season.

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On the boys side, the Indians finished 14th overall with 309 points.

Individually, Riley Reynolds led the way in the Class 1A-4A division with a 55th place finish in 20 minutes, 59.56 seconds. He was followed across the line by Osten Terry (74th in 22:04.51), Lucas Berreth (75th, 22:04.92), Clayton Huitt (82nd in 22:26.23) and Jecel Cortes (117th in 25:30.12).

In the girls varsity race, Kylie Benim came in 57th with a time of 27:06.85.

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