HOT SPRINGS — A pair of teams finished in the top three of the state cross country meets held on Thursday and Friday in Hot Springs.
The Kingston girls just missed a state title in Class 1A with a second place finish. The Harrison Lady Goblins finished third.
Harrison’s Lady Goblins were unable to make it three state titles in a row as they finished third in the Class 4A State Cross Country Meet.
Berryville finished 13th in the meet.
The Berryville boys recorded a seventh place finish in the boys race.
Valley View upended the Lady Goblins reign. The Lady Blazers scored a 28 to win going away. The school had four of the top seven finishers in the race.
Fellow 4A-1 member Pea Ridge finished second with 75 points. Harrison finished with 97 points.
Leading Harrison was Camryn Casey. The junior finished ninth in the race.She completed the course in 21:07.11.
Sophomore Noelle Pall was 19th. She raced the course in 22:28.12. Madison Tramell was 21st in 22:30.42; Elise Bell 28th, 22:53.65; Addie Jones, 29th, 22:54.41; Cassandra Benefiel, 34th, 23:03.92; Vittoria Gratton, 48th, 23:54.54; Avery Davis, 75th, 24:48.33; and Chloe Hooten, 87th, 25:26.99.
Berryville was led by freshman Carley Smith. She was 22nd overall in 22:31.88. Gisselle Estrada was 47th in 23:49.03; Zariel Long, 99th, 26:21.04; Mariana Hernandez, 135th, 30:59.47; and Shayleigh Broeker, 138th, 31:47.42.
The were 150 runners in the Class 4A girls race.