The Cavemen came, saw, and conquered.
The Cavemen came down to Mesa, Arizona to compete at the Southwest Nike Regional Cross-Country Championships.
The boys won for the 4th straight year with a record 36 points in a team record 76:12, 90 seconds faster than their team record set last year, and reported by XCNATION to be the 4th fastest 5k XC team time in US high school history.
Brayden McLelland was 1st team all-region -6th place in 15:03.
Connor McMillan and Tyson Green were 2nd team all-region in 15:09 (9th) and 15:11 (11th), respectively.
Zac Jacklin and Caleb Thompson were 3rd team all-region in 15:21 (16th) and 15:25 (20th), respectively.
Spencer Herzog placed 51st in 15:42, and Tyler Bell placed 79th in 15:59.
All 7 boys ran personal records.
Davis was 2nd with 163 points out of 33 teams 280 total competitors.
The boys will now compete on December 1st at Nike Cross Nationals in Portland, Oregon.
The girls went down to Mesa for the first time since 2009 and placed 9th overall.
They set a school record team time of 93:29 for the 5000 meter course (18:41 avg.).
34.Emily Orton, 18:12,
60.Sophie Baird, 18:31,
79.Maddie Bench, 18:45,
93.Makayla Stepp, 18:53,
110.Diane Leach, 19:05,
148.Lexie Green, 19:31, and
157. Katie Cornell 19:35.
There were 24 teams and 214 competitors in the girls race.