The Jaguar boys took the title at White Clay Creek State Park, while the Lady Jaguars placed second in the girls Blue Hen cross country race.

The Appoquinimink High School boys cross country team dominated the Blue Hen Conference Championship Friday at White Clay Creek State Park, with three runners in the first seven and five runners in the top 15.

Ryan Tarr led the Jaguars, finishing second in 17:19.97, followed by Jacob Wozar in fourth in 17:22.90, Timmy Fenton in seventh in 17:44.80, Joe Wham in 11th in 17:56.60 and Trent Zuspann in 15th in 18:05.95.

The Jaguars compiled 39 team points to easily outdistance second-place Concord with 81. Low score wins. Newark placed third with 87 points out of 15 teams.

St. Georges Tech finished fifth in the team standings with 151 points. Michael Graden paced the Hawks, placing 12th in 18:01.50, while Khalil Lau-Dickinson was 25th in 19:03.97.

Middletown placed seventh overall with 197 points, led by Kyle Owino in sixth place in 17:40.73 and Will Carl in 23rd in 18:53.49.

Appo second in girls race

The Appoquinimink High School girls cross country team placed second out of 13 teams in the Blue Hen Conference Championship Friday at White Clay Creek State Park.

The Jaguars finished with 70 team points. Mount Pleasant won the race with 25 points. Low score wins.

Leading Appoquinimink were Alyssa Brinsky in fifth in 21:13.25, Aubrey Shearer in seventh in 21:41.67, Katelyn Yurkovich in 25th in 22:32.90.

Middletown placed fifth with 135 points, paced by Alexandra Zeller in 12th in 22:30.90, Gertrud Sturup-Mikkelsell in 27th in 24:13.20 and Jackie Kissel in 28th in 24:21.96.

St. Georges Tech finished eighth with 237 points. Lauren Power led the Hawks in 25th place in 24:09.45.