Levi Thomet ran his second cross country race of the season for the University of Oregon cross country team Friday at the Nuttcombe Invitational at the University of Wisconsin.
Thomet, a junior, finished 25th in the B race with an 8-kilometer time of 25 minutes,1.9 seconds. The former Kodiak star was Oregon’s No. 2 runner.
In Thomet’s first race of the season, on Sept. 28, he finished 48th at the Bill Dellinger Classic in Oregon with a time of 24:26.9.
Oregon’s next race is Nov. 1 at the Pac-12 Championships in Monmouth, Oregon.
• Competing in his second cross country race for University of Mary, Levi Fried logged a 35th-place finish at the Pynn Classic Saturday at the University of North Dakota.
Fried, a senior, finished the 8-kilometer course in 27 minutes, 55.8 seconds, which was good for sixth on his team.
University of Mary finished third out of 10 teams.
Up next for Fried is the Northern Sun Intercollegiate Conference Championships Oct. 26 in Wayne, Nebraska.
• North Central University senior Raen Barcelon produced one of her best college finishes on Friday at the St. Bonifacius Invitational in Minnesota.
Barcelon led North Central with a 25th-place finish, clocking season-best 6K time of 30:34.
Barecelon’s next race is Nov. 2 at the Upper Midwest Athletic Conference Championships in Superior, Wisconsin.
Webber International University senior Kalameli Matautia filled the statistical sheet in a sweep of Johnson and Wales Saturday in Florida.
The outside hitter slammed 12 kills, dug up 10 balls and dished out three assists, served up one ace and had one block assist.
In a three-set loss to Southeastern University on Wednesday, Matautia had seven kills, seven digs and two aces.
Matautia leads the team in kills (193), attacks (572) and hitting percentage (.164).
• Edmonds Community College freshman Katie Banks earned her first college start on Wednesday in a 3-0 loss to Skagit Valley in a Northwest Athletic Conference match in Washington state.
Banks was kept off the statistical sheet in her two sets.
In a sweep of Olympic Community College on Friday, Banks picked up two digs and one ace in three sets.
Fifth-ranked University of Montana suffered a 49-22 loss to No. 15 Sacramento State Saturday in Sacramento, California.
Reserve offensive lineman Kordell Pillans, a graduate of Kodiak High School, did not appear in the game for Montana.
Montana (5-2 overall, 2-1 in the Big Sky Conference) hosts Eastern Washington Saturday at Washington-Grizzly Stadium.
The 10 a.m. game can be seen on Root Sports.