Cross country | Truckee, North Tahoe runners race at South Tahoe, Pacific Grove |

Cross country | Truckee, North Tahoe runners race at South Tahoe, Pacific Grove

Steve Yingling/Sun News ServiceThe Truckee girlsandamp;#8217; cross-country team finished third at the South Tahoe Optimist Retro Relays on Friday. Pictured are Carly Clusserath and Gaby Garcia (facing camera) and Fenja Hass and Ruby Wood.

Runners representing Lake Tahoe and Northern Nevada high schools dressed up as GI Joes, donned wedding dresses, scuba gear and even a sasquatch costume on Friday at the annual South Tahoe Optimist Retro Relays meet.Truckeeandamp;#8217;s girls andamp;#8212; Carly Clusserath, Gaby Garcia, Lilly Doerner and Ruby Wood andamp;#8212; finished third in the relay behind Damonte Ranch and McQueen, while Kyle Jorgensen led the Truckee boys with a second-place finish individually. Jorgensen completed the 2-mile course around Viking Bowl in a time of 13 minutes, 17 seconds. Truckeeandamp;#8217;s Cameron Montano placed seventh in 14:45, Simeon Murphy was 10th in 14:55, Josh Cassity was 11th in 15:01 and Dylan Jones 20th in 16:38.Fenja Hass led the Truckee girls in fourth place racing individually, posting a time of 17:03.The Lakers, meanwhile, traveled to compete in the Pacific Grove (Calif.) Invitational, where they raced individually by grade on a 5,000-meter course. In the 12th-grade race, Carson Clark finished eighth with a time of 17:04 to lead North Tahoe. Clark was followed by teammates Hugo Ramirez in 16th (17:38), Griffen Lancaster in 38th (18:54), Luke Funicella in 48th (19:29) and John Baker in 55th (20:09). For the Laker girls, Carly Clusserath finished 13th in the 12th-grade race with a time of 23:00 and Roxanna Cabrera placed 22nd in 25:05.Taylor Lewis was 30th with a time of 26:02 in the 11th-grade race. In the 10th-grade race, Patrick McElravey was fourth in 17:38 and Sean McDermott 10th in 18:10, and in the ninth grade, Noah McDermott took second (17:53) and Fletcher McConnell was fourth (18:06).

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