Bothell’s Amrit Banga stands in fifth and Inglemoor’s Cooper Laird is three spots to the right in eighth. Courtesy of Amrit Banga

Bothell’s Amrit Banga stands in fifth and Inglemoor’s Cooper Laird is three spots to the right in eighth. Courtesy of Amrit Banga

Bothell, Inglemoor runners qualify for state meet

  • Friday, October 26, 2018 3:47pm
  • Sports

Bothell’s Amrit Banga and Inglemoor’s Cooper Laird finished in the top eight at the 4A KingCo cross country championships on Oct. 18 at Lake Sammamish State Park and qualified for state.

Banga was fifth on the 5K course in 15 minutes, 41.29 seconds and Laird was eighth in 16 minutes, .77 seconds.

On the girls’ side, Bothell’s Kerstin Ly, Monserrat Lopez and Liza Yusem qualified for state.

Ly was fourth at KingCo in 19:03.72, Lopez was seventh in 19:28.24 and Yusem was 19th in 19:53.74.

State will take place on Nov. 3 at Sun Willows Golf Course in Pasco.




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