Glacier Bear' Davis Nips Crimson Bears' Crupi on Skagway XC Turf

    Juneau-Douglas Yadaa.at Kalé Crimson Bears runners lead the pack at the Skagway Invitational on Saturday.

    Juneau, Alaska (KINY) - Haines Glacier Bears junior Luke Davis won the Skagway Invitational Cross-Country meet on Saturday edging out Juneau-Douglas High School: Yadaa.at Kalé junior Eli Crupi by five seconds. Davis won in 17 minutes 4.71 seconds and Crupi hit 17:09.23.

      The Crimson Bears dominated the team score however as JDHS junior Will Robinson and senior Aubrey Hekkers placed third and fourth in 17:16.96 and 17.19.90, respectively, sophomores Malachi Peimann and Wilder Dillingham were sixth and seventh in 17:52.90 and 17.54.06, respectively, and sophomore Martin Holst tenth in 18:07.03.

      Thunder Mountain senior Matthew Johns led the Falcons with a fifth place finish in 17:34.12 and Haines senior Kaleb Jones was ninth in 17:56.78, the only other Glacier Bears runner in the top 20.

      Team scoring saw Juneau-Douglas Yadaa.at Kalé with 22 points, Thunder Mountain 55 and Haines 61. The Skagway Panthers, Mt. Edgecumbe Braves and Hoonah Braves did not have enough runners for team points.

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

    1. 11 Luke Davis 17:04.71 HNS

    2. 11 Eli Crupi 17:09.23 JD

    3. 11 Will Robinson 17:16.96 JD

    4. 12 Aubrey Hekkers 17:19.90 JD

    5. 12 Matthew Johns 17:34.12 TM

    6. 10 Malachi Peimann 17:52.90 JD

    7. 10 Wilder Dillingham 17:54.06 JD

    8. 12 Samuel Holst 17:56.54 JD

    9. 12 Kaleb Jones 17:56.78 HNS

    10. 10 Martin Holst 18:07.03 JD

    11. 12 Tias Carney 18:13.04 JD

    12. 11 Finn Kesey 18:17.01 JD

    13. 9 Kael Nord 18:19.31 TM

    14. 10 Edgar Vera Alvarado 18:41.73 JD

    15. 10 Leif St Clair 18:48.04 JD

    16. 12 Darin Tingey 18:53.57 TM

    17. 11 Justus Paden 19:14.44 TM

    18. 9 Quinn Quiroga 19:17.70 TM

    19. 9 Shem Stitz 19:24.01 JD

    20. 10 Cade Babcock 19:41.12 TM

    21. 9 Nick Iverson 19:47.09 JD

    22. 9 Joshua Reed 19:57.18 JD

    23. 11 Eric Gillham 19:57.79 HNS

    24. 11 Kyle Dusenberry 19:59.07 JD

    25. 11 Phoenix Jacobson 20:05.47 HNS

    26. 10 Griffin Culbeck 20:10.78 HNS

    27. 12 Tommy Bowman 20:17.71 TM

    28. 11 Ben Erickson 20:31.75 TM

    29. 10 Justin Scussel 20:36.39 TM

    30. 12 Logan Borcik 20:45.71 HNS

    31. 10 Jackson Long 20:51.96 HNS

    32. 10 Jake Sager 21:00.68 SKG

    33. 10 Alexander Ward 21:06.57 TM

    34. 10 Ethan Reichl 21:13.35 TM

    35. 9 Hayden Jimenez 21:14.35 HNS

    36. 9 Phoenix Swaner 21:19.15 HNS

    37. 11 Gaelen Allen 21:30.27 HNS

    38. 12 Benjamin Burnham 21:33.78 SKG

    39. 11 Joshua Cochran 21:51.75 SKG

    40. 11 Seth McClurg 22:36.10 HNS

    41. 9 TJ Smith 22:37.90 HNS

    42. 9 Kajson Cunningham 22:50.75 TM

    43. 11 Luke Peterson 22:56.69 MEHS

    44. 9 Alex Weerasignhe 22:59.47 HNS

    45. 9 Collin Aldassy 23:08.57 HNS

    46. 11 Bradley Jackson 23:34.69 MEHS

    47. 11 Jacob Weerasinghe 23:36.90 HNS

    48. 11 Eslton Dock 23:51.45 MEHS

    49. 9 Casey Knapp 25:04.76 TM

    50. 9 Calvin Miller 27:08.33 SKG

    51. 11 Michael Wittig 28:22.29 TM

    52. 12 Svenson Paukan 30:07.24 MEHS

    53. 10 Leif Gray 30:37.05 HNH

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