Lindbergh cross country teams complete perfect season | SLIDESHOW

With the wins, both the boys and girls teams finish the year at 7-0, on top of the South Puget Sound League, Mountain Division, standings.

During their final race of the year

The Lindbergh boys and girls cross country teams completed a perfect season this past week, topping Foss and Evergreen during a soggy, season-ending dual meet Oct.13 at Lindbergh High School.

On the girls side, Lindbergh runners Stephanie Martz, Feven Fessehatzion and Lauren Wick finished in the top three spots as the Eagles won 19-42.

The Lindbergh boys also had a strong showing with Daniel Langer and Tyler Hughey finishing first and second for the Eagles. Rounding out the scoring were Deven Maddy, Jacob Villanueva and Colton Komar, who finished fifth through seventh. Final scores were Lindbergh 21, Evergreen 52 and Foss 63.

With the wins, both the boys and girls teams finish the year at 7-0, on top of the South Puget Sound League, Mountain Division, standings.

Up next for the Eagles is the 2A sub-district meet on Saturday. The 2A West Central District Meet is scheduled for Oct. 29 and the state championships are Nov. 5.

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