Reed and Spanish Springs dominated the 4A state cross country meets on Saturday at Craig Ranch Park in north Las Vegas.
The Spanish Springs boys backed up last week’s 4A North title with the programs first state title. Three Cougs finished in the top six.
Daniel Horner (15:39) took third, Mathew Hakin (15:43) finish fifth and Andrew Ribeiro (15:44) was sixth.
Hunter Beadell (16:18) was 14th and James Daniels (16:45) was the 32nd runner to cross the finish line (out of 77) to round out the Cougars’ top five finishers.
Reed’s Anthony Ocegueda won the individual state title in a time of 15:12, a 4:54 mile average. His final time was 24 seconds clear of runner up, John Munyan, of Douglas.
The Raiders’ Ammon Jorgensen also qualified for the meet. He finished 12th with a time of 16:16.
On the girl’s side, Sam King-Shaw completed the individual state title sweep for Reed, taking first in a time of 18:09 – 18 seconds in front of Wooster’s Gillian Ipsen, who finished second.
King-Shaw was Reed’s only runner to qualify.
Alexis Melendrez was Spanish Springs’ lone qualifier. She took third (out of 75) in a time of 18:38.