Kale Moss, Warrenton runner

Warrenton runner Kale Moss, on his way to the third-fastest 5,000-meter time in school history.

The Warrenton cross-country team took part in a five-school meet Wednesday at Lake Sacajawea in Longview, Washington.

Hosted by R.A. Long, the Warriors were one of two Oregon schools competing, along with Rainier.

Woodland won the boys team title with 30 points, ahead of Mark Morris, R.A. Long, Rainier and Warrenton.

R.A. Long was the top girls team, ahead of Woodland and Warrenton.

The Warriors still managed a few highlights, as sophomore Abigail Miller finished third individually in the girls race, running the 5,000 meters in 22 minutes, 45 seconds (her personal record and fourth-fastest time in school history). Teammate Hayleigh Anglim was ninth in 24:32.

On the boys side, senior Kale Moss was Warrenton's top runner, finishing 13th in 18:23, his PR and the third-fastest 5,000 time in school history, behind Israel Vasquez (2007) and Luke Liljenwall (2016).

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