Sunday, November 28, 2021
31.0°F
Courtesy photo
The Coeur d'Alene High cross country team participated in Nike’s Hole in the Wall Invitational Saturday in Arlington, Wash. Over 100 middle and high school teams attended this race, held annually since 1983, with schools attending from Oregon, Wyoming, Idaho, Washington, California and Canada. The Viking boys varsity placed 16th in the Elite Division, the girls varsity placed sixth in the Gold Division, the boys JV was sixth in the Silver Division, and the girls JV ran in the Gold Division but didn't have enough runners for a team score. Viking boys leaders were Max Cervi-Skinner (16:08), Jacob King (16:12) and Zack Cervi-Skinner (16:28). Leading Viking girls were Elliana Rietze (19:32), Anne Marie Dance (19:35) and Zara Munyer (19:48). Kneeling from left are Kim Priebe, Gracie Averill, Canyon Spencer, Ezias Newell, Josh Averett, Cameron Hildreth, Alex Studebaker, volunteer coach Alex Walde and assistant coach Justin Taylor; second row from left, coach Cathy Compton, Rebecca Thompson, Brooklyn Brunn, Chloe Frank, Sara, Siegler, (on other side of podium) Cooper Mack, Jonny Perkins, Levi Bird and Cole Harrison; third row from left, Kira Wood, Riley Yake, Zara Munyer, Jacob King, Max Cervi-Skinner, Kyle Rohlinger and Will Callahan; and top from left, Ethan Hickok, Zack Cervi-Skinner and Lachlan May. Not pictured are Elliana Rietze and Anne Marie Dance.

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