The Lewiston Girls beat back challenge from Belfast while the Lewiston Boys bested Cony in an early season meet at Bates that also featured Brunswick, Maranacook, and Camden Hills.
For the second time in three years the Yarmouth Clippers, led by seniors Sophia Laukli and Anneka Murrin win, the State Class B title. Lily Horne bests the field by more than half a minute to take the Individual Championship.
Luke Laverdiere takes first place with a margin of more and than a minute. Sam Russ leads the Lincoln Academy Eagles to the State Class B Boys Championship.
While Falmouth's girls team can claim the individual state champion, their boys put it all together to win the State Class A Championship. Lisandro Berry-Gaviria claimed the individual title, his third in three weeks.
With depth to their seventh runner Camden Hills was unstoppable in winning the Girls Class A State Championship. Falmouth's Sofie Matson, unchallenged after the first quarter mile, took the Individual title.
Orono boys cruise to the team Championship behind Jonathan Steelman's 4th place finish. Henry Spritz wins the Individual title in the final 200 meters.
In a nail biter, Orono snatches the State Championship from Maranacook by a single point. Olivia Reynolds of Maine Coast Waldorf School is the Individual Champion.
In Class C, Orono took both team Championships. Lincoln Academy dominated the Class B Boys field, while Yarmouth grabbed the girls title. Camden Hills used its depth to claim the girls Class A title while Falmouth took the boys A Championship.
Hermon took the Boys Class B Championship for Northern Maine, while Caribou Claimed the Girls Title. Olivia Tiner of Winslow crushed the field to take the individual race, while junior Nick Dall of Waterville took his third consecutive crown.
Augusta Stockman's individual win paces the WIndjammers to their first regional title in Class A. While Wyatt Lord leads the Broncos of Hampden to the boys team title. Mt. Ararat's Lisandro Berry-Gaviria takes the individual Class A title.
Eliza Broughton's individual title leads GSA to its second consecutive Northern Maine title. Brendan Penfold of Deer Isle-Stonington takes the boys title, but Orono continues its streak of boys team titles in Class C.
In Class A, Camden Hills takes the team title over Mt. Ararat with a 15 point margin. But in Class B Maranacook wins handily. Individual titles go to Garace Iltis of Camden and Olivia Tiner of Winslow.
Hampden, led by Wyatt Lord, gets by Bangor in the KVAC Boys Class A Championship. Mt. Ararat is third, but the Eagle's Lisandro Berry-Gaviria takes the individual title.In Class B, Lincoln Academy ran away with the title led by individual champion Sam Russ.
In Class B expect Lincoln Academy to take the team title. In Class A Bangor, Hampden, and Mt. Ararat look to be favorites with Brunswick as a wild card.
It will be a tough battle between Camden Hills and Mt. Ararat for the girls' Class A team title. In Class B Maranacook should take the crown.
Favorites to win their respective divisions at the KVAC meet the Camden Girls, and LIncoln Academy Boys Inaugurate the New Crockett Cross Country Trail at Camden Hills Regional Hill School.
Yarmouth's Luke Lavediere, and Falmouth's Sofie Matson claim the individual titles on the day, but team plaques for to Concord NH for the boys, and Glastonbury, CT for the girls.
In a girls's race where leaders got far of course Camden Hills showed real depth to take a team win. Hamden showed speed in the boys race taking the top two spots by solid margins and securing the team win.
Familiar foes Mt. Ararat, Brunswick and Morse face off for the third consecutive week. The meet was at Lawrence and also feature Nokomis and Skowhegan.
Bonny Eagle takes girls meet with Falmouth second. Boys turn the table with Falmouth picking up the win while Scots take second. Biddeford third in both meets.
Mt. Ararat continues to roll with boys and girls team wins at Brunswick over Morse and MCI.
The Mt. Ararat girls used wins in the first five races to lock up the team title. On the boys side it came down to the final race before Mt. Ararat could claim victory over Bangor.
Greely clogs the top ten in both the boys' and girls' races but Freeport's Lily Horne takes the top spot in the girls' race with an early season 19:30 for a new personal best.
Brunswick boys and girls bested host Skowhegan along with Nokomis and Lawrence in an early season 5K
Mt Ararat's Katherine Leckbee and Lisandro Berry-Gaviria claim individual firsts at the Laliberte. The Eagles took the boys' team title while the girls' were edged by Gorham.
Lily Horne of Freeport won the girls' High School Mile, while Sam Russ of Freeport edged Alec Troxell of Deering to take the boys's title.
Thirty-two runners, including six returners, are set for the second running of the B2B High School Mile.
Scarborough sweeps the relays and with a team effort, repeats as Class A state champion.
Using dominant performances in the sprints, 4 x 100, and the long jump, the Cheverus women held of Thornton Academy and Falmouth to claim the Class A state title.
With six individual titles and good balance the Messalonskee Eagles won the KVAC Championship for a second year running.