[caption id="attachment_4097" align="alignright" width="1501"]Caden Byrer
Cross Country boys team after victory at districts.[/caption]
As the cross country season slowly draws to an end, Lewiston High School has prevailed in a few wins.
 On Thursday Aug. 30, at the Post Falls River Run, Caden Byrer placed second for the men’s 2.8-mile varsity run, setting Lewiston at first place overall.
  At the Timberlake Farragut invitational on Saturday Sept. 8, Byrer placed second for the men’s 5,000-meter varsity meter run.
 On Saturday, Sept. 15, at the Seaport Invite, Evan Potter placed fourth for the 3-mile men’s junior varsity run, and Byrer placed second for the 3 -mile men’s varsity run. Lewiston as a team placed first overall for the 3-mile men’s varsity run. At the same event, in the 1.5-mile middle school women’s run, Dakota Braden placed first, overall.
  At the Potlatch Invitational, on Tuesday Sept. 18, Micah Holm placed first for the 3,000-men meter run for middle school, ranking Lewiston middle school in second place overall for that run. For the 5,000-men varsity meter run, Payton Bigler placed third, ranking Lewiston High School second overall for that run. Braden placed third for the 3,000-meter women middle school run.
  On Saturday, Sept. 29, at the Pasco Bulldog invitational, Lewiston placed third overall for the junior 5,000-meter run for varsity men. Lyle Harriman placed third for that run, and Nick Grimm placed fourth for the 5,000-meter junior varsity men’s run. For the 5,000-meter men’s varsity run, Lewiston placed second overall. For the 5,000 meter women’s varsity run, Kaitlyn Blume placed third.
  At the Inland Empire Challenge on Saturday, Oct. 8, Lewiston placed first overall in the 3,000-meter middle school boys run, followed by Micah Holm placing fourth. For the 3,200-meter run for the middle school girls, Naomi Leonard placed fourth.
  On Thursday Oct. 18, at district championships in Lewiston, the Bengals placed first overall for the men’s 5,000-meter 5A varsity and JV run, with Byrer placing first in that run, and Payton Bigler placing fourth. For the women’s 5,000- meter 5A varsity and JV run, Blume placed fourth overall.
  

Gracyn Richardson, Editor in Chief

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