NASHUA – The Dover High School cross country girls scored 107 points and won Saturday’s 18-team champions meet at Mines Fall Park.
Oyster River was second with 123 points, while Exeter (208) and Winnacunnet (294) finished ninth and 10th respectively.
Portsmouth Christian Academy junior Brianna Malone completed the 3.1 mile course in 18 minutes and 3.77 seconds, winning the field of 148 riders.
Dover junior Brooke Marshall was third overall with a time of 18: 25.75. Dover sophomores Isabel McIntrye (19: 13.76) and Alyson Bortz (19: 23.94) finished 16th and 21st respectively. Dover senior Brianna Haley was 31st (19: 53.29), while second year Margaret Spuler (19: 58.98) was 36th.
Oyster River freshmen Mackenzie Cook (18: 44.31) and Haley Kavanagh (18: 45.47) finished fifth and seventh, respectively, and sophomore Erin Carty finished 25th (19: 43.26) and sophomore Tessa Brown finished 38th (20: 11,13).
Senior Exeter Ali McFarland was ninth (18: 48.69), second year Caitlin Murphy was 18th (19: 15.96) and junior Meadow Gregory was 34th (19: 57.34).
Winnacunnet sophomore Charlotte Koutalidis finished 15th (19: 10.48).
Oyster River placed ninth in boys with a score of 221, while Exeter (248) was 11th. Bishop Guertin and Coe-Brown tied for first with 75 points, the tiebreaker going to Bishop Guertin.
Exeter junior Matthew Allen was 18th (16: 10.11), while freshman Willard Hoffmaster was 32nd (16: 42.71).
Oyster River senior Dillon LaBonte was 25th overall (16: 21.36), while junior Henry Hagen was 29th (16: 39.42).