Three of the Upper Valley’s cross country teams met at Harriman State park Wednesday where each had a few runners look good. Sugar-Salem won with 24 points, North Fremont scored 38 points and South Fremont scored 75 points in the boys race. Sugar scored 15 points in the girls’ race, North scored 62 and South scored 63.

Kaysen Klingler and Parker Galbraith of Sugar-Salem came in first and second in the boys’ race and North Fremont’s Max Palmer came in third.

Sugar took the first twelve spots in the girls race. Serenady Price came in first, Jade Jackson came in second and Taya Brewer came in third.

Brothers Asher Johnston and Zack Johnston came in fourth and fifth in boys’ race. Axel Copley, Parker Dupree, Tanner Baggett, Tanner Dupree and Mason Lewis from Sugar-Salem were next in line.

Jaresa Jackson, Ryley Klingler, Etnie Hamblin, Kassie Petterson, Emma Peterson Kennedy Gillette and Kaiah Anderson were the other top ten finishers in the girls’ race.

Easton Kerbs was the first boy to finish for South Fremont and came in 12th.

Breklynn Gee was the first girl to finish from South Fremont finishing in 13th. Freshmen Brayleigh Johnson was the first girl to finish from North Fremont and came in 15th.

North Fremont, South Fremont and Sugar-Salem all run in the Tiger-Grizz all run at Freeman Park in Idaho Falls next week.