EDMOND - Cross-country teams from Grove and Jay finished their seasons at the state championship held in Mitch Park in Edmond on Saturday.
In Class 5A girls, Grove's Michaela Werner finished 14th overall, clocking a time of 12:52 for the two-mile run. Mary Thomas was Grove's other state qualifier.
Coweta's Christi Dougherty won the title with a time of 11:59 after two-time defending state champion Jessica Hembree of Tahlequah injured her knee 50 yards from the finish line.
Dougherty's win led the Lady Tigers to the state title, finishing six points ahead of Collinsville.
For the Ridgerunners Ryan Wheatley's 11th place finish led the boys team to an 11th place finish. Wheatley finished the 5K race in 17:06. Other runners for Grove included Deacon Kraft, Devon Roberts, Gabe Rodriguez, Brendon Hankinson and Jerrod Hayes.
Talor Buck of Edmond Deer Creek won the individual title with a time of 16:08, leading Deer Creek to the team title.
In Class 4A Luke and John Smith both finished in the top 20 for Jay, leading the Bulldogs to a ninth-place finish. Luke Smith finished in 15th place with a time of 17:50, while John Smith was 20th with 18:01.
Elgin won the team title in 4A.
Miranda Sloan and Kaysten Goins were the two state qualifiers for the Jay Lady Bulldogs. Sloan finished 56th in the two-mile race.