The Douglas High boys' cross country pulled off an impressive showing at the prestigious Stanford Invitational, over the weekend, taking eighth as a team in the 35-school Division 4 field.
Among five Northern Nevada schools in the division, Douglas' team score of 265 was the second best behind Galena (173).
Douglas junior Brandon Pankey was the Tigers' top runner on the day, completing the 5K course in 16:48, which was good enough for 33rd overall.
Junior Cole Peck was 41st with a time of 16:56, Lane Smith was 54th with a time of 17:09, Brian Tubridy was 68th at 17:17, Jeff Williams was 69th at 17:18, Froco Lyman finished the course in 17:43 and Zak Sherbak completed the race in 18:11.
The Tiger girls put up a strong effort as well, taking 10th out of 26 teams with a score of 323.
Senior Aspen Abbott led the Lady Tigers with a time of 19:31, which was good enough for ninth place out of 206 Division 4 runners.
Junior Maria Munoz was 35th at 20:37, Rebecca Corbett finished 59th at 21:05 and sophomore Olivia Abbott was 109th at 22:10.
Allison Meyer finished with a time of 22:14, April Hoogendijk finished in 22:17 and Kate Hill finished in 23:57.