The York Suburban boys' and girls' cross country teams continued their strong 2015 seasons with standout performances Tuesday at Fairfield High School.
The boys' squad cruised to a 4-0 meet record, as they claimed the top-three spots.
Peter Wagner led the way for Suburban as he took first with a time of 17:28.9. He was followed by Bryce Ohl who crossed the line second with a time of 17:35.9 and third-place finisher Donovan Mears, who crossed at 17:42.4.
Red Lion's Alex Miller finished in fourth place with a time of 17:43.6, as the Lions finished the day with a 3-1 record.
South Western held a 2-2 mark Tuesday, followed by Bermudian Springs at 1-3 and Fairfield at 0-4.
On the girls' side, York Suburban again swept the competition with a 4-0 record as Olivia Gettle finished in first place with a 20:43.7.
Cecilia Lantz was the next Trojans runner to cross the line, as she came in third with a time of 21:55.4. Emma Trout, Sarah Murray and Lindsey Flemmens also finished in the top 10 for Suburban.
Red Lion again came in second place with a 3-1 record as Tristan Schluderberg took second individually with a time of 21:23.4. Bryn Trout was the Lions' second-highest finisher with a 14th-place time of 22:59.3. She was followed by teammate Leah Taylor, who finished in 23:01.4.
South Western picked up a 2-2 record followed by Bermudian Springs at 1-3 and the Green Knights again went winless at 0-4.
Both York Suburban's boys' and girls' cross country teams currently hold 11-0 records on the season following Tuesday's sweeps.