Runners with Edmonds-Woodway ties finish strong in Alki 5K

Miler Haler finished first overall.

Miler Haler finished first overall. (Photos by Patrick Sand/West Seattle Blog)

Two Edmonds students made outstanding finishes at last weekend’s Alki Beach 5K in West Seattle, a benefit for Northwest Hope and Healing breast cancer patients, which drew about 1,100 runners and walkers.

According to our friends at the West Seattle Blog, Edmonds-Woodway High School incoming senior Miler Haler, 17, took first place overall in the Aug. 24 race, running the course in 15:57. He also won the event last year.

E-W Class of 2014 graduate Hailey Kettel, 18, was the second-place female, finishing at 18:30.

Both students were prominent members of the Warrior track and cross country teams last year.

Hailey Kettel

Hailey Kettel

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