Warren County’s girls won the Judges Classic cross-country meet on Saturday on the Kernstown Battlefield course.
The Wildcats finished with 56 points. Sherando was second with 126, followed by Jefferson (127), Riverside (135) and Fauquier (165).
Warren County sophomore Kaley Tanner finished second in a time of 19:36.2. She was followed by teammates Ryleigh Breeden (Eighth, 21:06.3), Amber Riley (12th, 21:16.6), Nicole Ranney (176th, 21:39.3), Ella Martin (22nd, 22:11.4) and Audrey Moya (37th, 23:13.1).
Warren County’s boys team finished eighth. Handley won the boys meet with 68 points, followed by St. Albans (71) and Loudoun County (149). Warren County finished with 251 points.
The Wildcats were led by Emil Stanford (12th, 17:28.5), Clayton Rankin (29th, 18:08.1), Patrick Treutlein (42nd, 18:33.9), Nic Kozhenevsky (87th, 19:23.8), Shea Henson (88th, 19:24.0) and Carlos Billy (134th, 22:16.8).
Skyline junior Ava Bordner finished fourth overall in the Octoberfest Invitational held at Great Meadows in The Plains. There were 352 runners in the girls meet.
Bordner finished in a time of 18:26. She was followed by teammates Sophie Jensen (147th, 21:44), Megan Arp (201st, 22:34), Kaitlyn Antonelli (245th, 23:08), Olivia DeFrates (311th, 24:26), Valarie Ritenour (319th, 24:53), Vanessa Rohrbaugh (335th, 25:48), Alison Sears (343rd, 26:04) and Rachelle Anderson (345th, 26:24).
As a team the Hawks finished 32nd with 801 points in the 44-team field. Deep Run won the girls meet with 192 points.
Skyline’s boys finished 48th in the 50-team field with 1,399 points. Blacksburg won the boys meet with 174 points.
The Hawks top boys performers were Louden Schucker (257th, 19:00), Bronson Breen (289th, 19:17), Noah Garland (331st, 19:41), Ben Arp (353rd, 19:56), Marcellis Diamond (361st, 20:08), Gabriel Tweedie (389th, 21:39), Kayne McKeever (401st, 22:50) and William Smith (403rd, 23:50).