Seattle Prep junior Joe Hardy and Lakeside sophomore Andrea Masterson were runaway winners in the district championships at Lower Woodland Park on Thursday.
Joe Hardy of Seattle Prep and Andrea Masterson of Lakeside were runaway winners in the Sea-King 3A District cross country championships Thursday at Lower Woodland Park in Seattle.
Hardy, a junior coming off a record-smashing performance at Lower Woodland a week ago, won the 3.1-mile boys race in 15 minutes, 25.36 seconds. He finished more than 13 seconds faster than runner-up Andrew Foerder, a junior from Nathan Hale.
Last week in the Metro League championships, Hardy shattered former Seattle Prep runner Max O’Donoghue-McDonald’s six-year-old course record at Lower Woodland by 15 seconds, winning in 15:07.15.
Hardy, who placed fourth in the state championships last year, will be among the boys favorites in the Class 3A state meet Nov. 3 at Sun Willows Golf Course in Pasco.
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Nathan Hale had four of the top 10 boys finishers — Foerder, Max Leach (fifth), Stuart Smith (eighth) and Abebe Ferede (10th) — to claim the team championship with 43 points. Seattle Prep was next with 75, followed by third-place Bellevue with 102.
Bellevue senior Spike Sievert was the top KingCo boys finisher in the Sea-King meet, placing third.
In the girls race, Lakeside’s Masterson, who placed 10th at state as a freshman a year ago, finished in 18:30.10 for a comfortable victory over runner-up Megan Chucka of Liberty (18:45.51). Rebecca Delacruz-Gunderson of Lakeside was third.
Liberty (65 points) edged Lakeside (74) for the girls team crown, followed by Bishop Blanchet (100) and Interlake (105).