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Prep cross country: NC boys remain No. 1 in state

The 10-time State 3A champion North Central boys cross country team continued at the top of the rankings that were released Sunday.

Kamiakin is second followed by Gig Harbor, which dropped down from 4A this year.

In the girls, NC dropped a spot to third. Edmonds-Woodway and Holy Names Academy are first and second respectively.

In 4A, the Central Valley boys and Lewis and Clark girls held their spots at second. Tahoma’s boys and Camas’ girls continue to lead the polls.

The LC boys are sixth and the CV girls are eighth.

In 2A, the West Valley boys are seventh and Pullman 10th. In the girls, Pullman is fourth.

Deer Park’s boys continue to lead in 1A and Riverside holds its spot in second. Lakeside is fifth and Medical Lake is sixth.

In the girls, Riverside and Deer Park are second and third while Northwest continues atop the poll. Lakeside is fifth and Colville sixth.

In 2B/1B, the Asotin, Northwest Christian and St. George’s boys are second, thid and fourth while Springdale is sixth. In the girls, NWC, Asotin and Reardan are third, fourth and fifth.

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