WARM SPRINGS — Allie Wilber paced six top-10 finishers for Bend High on Saturday, winning the girls 5,000-meter race at the Kah-Nee-Ta Invitational at Kah-Nee-Ta resort while leading the Lava Bears to a first-place finish with 15 points.
Summit was second with 59 points, followed by Gladstone with 80 and Madras with 94.
Wilber completed the course in 20 minutes, 59 seconds to win, 8 seconds ahead of Bend teammate Carrington Fastelin. Dagny Donohue was fourth for the Lava Bears. Culver’s Emma Knepp finished third in a season-best time of 21:19, and Redmond’s Kim Roberts was fifth.
For the boys, Bennett Jackson led a 1-2-3 Bend finish as the Lava Bears cruised to a first-place win with 22 points. Redmond was second with 75 points, and Madras was third with 100 points.
Jackson was followed by runner-up Trevor Wilber, and Jakob Knox finished third for Bend. The White Buffaloes’ Tyler Anderson took fourth, followed by Redmond’s Treyson Conley.