Interlake senior Nikita Waghani capped her prep career with a 10th place finish in the 3A girls race, the highest individual finish of a local competitor.
Waghani ran 19 minutes, 00.57 seconds and was just more than a second off a ninth place finish as the only competitor for the Saints at Sun Willows Golf Course in Pasco. Her career as a member of the Saints ended with her second best finish in a state competition, after only an eighth place run in Class 2A in 2011, and four consecutive trips to the biggest meet of the year.
Bellevue took a complete team and was paced by the 25th place finish of sophomore Camille Moore, who ran a personal best time of 19:24.92.
Casey Jacobson finished 52nd in 20:00.29 and Claire Wendle (94), Elizabeth Andrews (86), Katherine Penner (85), Sophie French (70) and Grace Sheeran (67) all finished inside the top-100 for Bellevue as well.
Lakeside junior Andrea Masterson finished in 17:50.83 to beat out teammate Sophie Cantine for the individual title and Glacier Peak, helped by four top-25 finishes, won the team scoring just in front of the Lions.
Beauchamp, Doran run for Interlake boys
Interlake had a pair of competitors in the 3A boys race and each finished inside the top-40.
Sophomore Luke Beauchamp ran 16:07.18 for the Saints to finish 28th and junior Alex Doran ran 16:18.65, finishing 39th.
Anderson Tanner, a junior from North Central, out-kicked defending 3A individual champion and Sea-King winner Joe Hardy of Seattle Prep to take the boys race.