Senior Ruth White blistered the three.1-mile course in a time of 16:57.95 to win her third straight Class C ladies state nation title and lead her Orono Excessive Crimson Riots to a sixth consecutive staff title in Belfast on Saturday.
The Bonny Eagle ladies from Buxton received their fifth Class A state championship and the York ladies received their second in a row.
The Sumner Excessive boys from East Sullivan received the C crown for the primary time since 1998; Portland Excessive’s boys received their first A title since 1978 and Freeport made it three straight championships in B.
The Orono ladies tallied 45 factors to outdistance Waynflete of Portland by 28 factors. Rounding out the highest 5 had been Houlton/Larger Houlton Christian Academy (77 factors), Maine Coast Waldorf from Freeport (113) and Maranacook from Readfield (137).
White was adopted throughout the end line by Houlton/GHCA’s Teanne Ewings (17:22.95), Soren Stark-Chessa from Maine Coast Waldorf (18:23.56), her sophomore sister Clara White (19:19:82) and Houlton/GHCA’s Natalie Johnson (19:20.92).
The Sumner boys had 59 factors and had been adopted by Orono (90), George Stevens Academy of Blue Hill (95), Winthrop (120) and Houlton (120).
Kaleb Colson of Summer season was the person winner in 15:48.28 adopted by Winthrop’s Christopher Pottle (16:35.17), Bucksport’s William Hileman (16:52.62), Sumner’s Ren Salisbury (17:01.66) and Orono’s Owen Beane (17:11.77).
The York ladies tallied 57 factors with Greely of Cumberland Heart (87), Lincoln Academy of Newcastle (98), Cape Elizabeth (118) and Freeport (124) rounding out the highest 5.
York’s ladies had been led by particular person winner Cary Drake (18:08.47) and she or he was adopted throughout the road by Mount Desert Island’s Amelia Vandongen (18:51.54), Shealyn Brochu of Morse from Bathtub (19:25.16), Rowan Barry of Greely (19:30.61) and Haley Marston from Leavitt in Turner (19:30.99).
Freeport’s boys wound up with 55 factors to edge York by eight factors. Greely was third with 125, Grey-New Gloucester had 133 and Lake Area of Naples had 136.
Lake Area’s Sam Laverdierre received the race in 15:52.36 adopted by Grey-New Gloucester’s Carter Libby (15:57.74), Freeport’s Alex Gilbert (16:11.67) and Will Spaulding (16:19.60) and York’s Aidan Ring (16:23.49).
The Portland boys notched 68 factors which was 10 factors higher than Scarborough. Camden Hills of Rockport (109), Hampden Academy (121) and Bonny Eagle (113) accomplished the highest 5.
Maddox Jordan of North Berwick’s Noble Excessive Faculty was the person winner (15:42.61) and he was adopted by Portland’s Nathan Blades (15:51.59), Bonny Eagle’s Xavier Lemieux (16:13.55), Marshwood of Eliot’s Henri Rivard (16:14.83) and Deering’s Ellis Wooden (16:15.37).
The Bonny Eagle ladies had 62 factors to nip Camden Hills by 5 factors. Portland had 87 factors, Hampden Academy had 121 and Falmouth had 136.
Portland’s Samantha Moore was the person victor in 18:30.73. Addy Thibodeau of Bonny Eagle was second in 18:40.73 adopted by Brunswick’s Maeve Woodruff (19:30.06), Kennebunk’s Hannah Keane (19:30.85) and Camden Hills’ Jenna Van Ryn (19:32.78).