Crescent Valley High claimed the first four places in the boys varsity cross-country event held Wednesday at Willamette Mission State Park.
Blake Byer placed first with a time of 16 minutes, 2.92 seconds at the four-team competition which also included Mid-Willamette Conference teams from Corvallis, Silverton and North Salem.
Cade Byer was second in 16:22.59 and Kanoe Blake was third in 16:32.77. Henry Coughlan placed fourth in 16:33.8 and Daniel Marshall rounded out the Raiders' scorers finishing 10th in 17:57.12.
Crescent Valley dominated the team score, with a mark of 20. Corvallis had a score of 43, Silverton 63 and North Salem 107.
The Spartans were led by Sam Hanson, who placed fifth with a time of 16:49.11. Spencer Middleton was sixth in 17:21.78.
Freshman Cole Fiegener was ninth in 17:51.94. Jasper Hitchman posted his best time of the season to place 11th in 17:59.05 and Joseph Parmigiani took 12th in 18:17.57.
Emily Wisniewski of Crescent Valley topped the girls field with a time of 18:20.51. Teammate Ava McKee was third in 19:26.58.
Also scoring for the Raiders were Ellie Quintana, who placed eighth with a time of 20:07.2; Angela Martin was ninth in 20:52.71; and Sasha Kelly was 10th in 21:02.42.
Avery Nason of Corvallis was the runner-up with a time of 19:13.75. She was joined in the top 10 by Madeline Nason (fourth in 19:37.43), Ronja Soares (fifth in 19:42.74) and Vivienne McFarland Price, who put up a season-best time of 20:04.02 to place seventh. Ava Betts completed the scoring for the Spartans, placing 12th with a time of 21:18.8.
The Raiders and Spartans tied for the girls points lead as both squads finished with 28 points. Silverton scored an 85 and North Salem did not field a full squad.