CAMDENTON — Five Jefferson City Jays ran to a top-20 finish Saturday as they won the team title in the Gold Division of the Camdenton Invitational.
Jefferson City finished with 52 points to beat out 22 teams.
Tommy Roehl was the highest-finishing Jay in fourth with a time of 15:59. Dawson Schulte and Deaken Walker crossed the line within seconds of each other, taking seventh (16:14) and ninth (16:19), respectively.
Rounding out the Jefferson City scoring were Blake Conrad in 15th (16:52) and Blaine Smallwood in 17th (16:57).
Also running for the Jays were Will Roehl in 21st (17:12) and Andrew Nield in 29th (17:26).
Hickman won the girls team title with 51 points, while the Lady Jays were seventh with 168 points.
Jackie Hensley paced the Lady Jays in 11th with a time of 20:42. Also scoring for Jefferson City were Maddie Showers (33rd, 21:58), Josie Starr (39th, 22:08), Michelle Grant (45th, 22:21) and Saneya Winters (47th, 22:29).
Chasity Pendleton placed 48th (22:37) and Ellie Plume was 55th (22:55) out of 150 runners.
Pat Malone was the top Jefferson City boys runner in the JV race with a runner-up finish in 17:27.
The Jays won the JV team title with 54 points.
Leading the Lady Jays' JV squad was Abigail Dyer in fourth (22:45).