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Final cross country state rankings

The final PennTrackXC cross country state rankings were released Saturday, featuring four District 10 teams. The West Middlesex girls finished second in Class A, while Villa Maria was No. 4 in AA. The Saegertown boys finished fourth in Class A, while Grove City was No. 2 in AA and No. 10 overall.

Click below for the complete rankings.

–Tom Reisenweber

PennTrackXC cross country state rankings
Girls
Top 10
Rank School (District)
1. Pennsbury (1)
2. Unionville (1)
3. Central Bucks West (1)
4. Cumberland Valley (3)
5. Mt. Lebanon (7)
6. North Penn (1)
7. State Colege (6)
8. Palmyra (3)
9. Dallas (2)
10. North Hills (7)

Class A
Rank School (District)
1. Elk Lake (2)
2. West Middlesex (10)
3. Central Cambria (6)
4. Germantown Academy (Independent)
5. Elk County Catholic (9)

Class AA
Rank School (District)
1. Palmyra (3)
2. Dallas (2)
3. Holy Redeemer (2)
4. Villa Maria (10)
5. York Suburban (3)

Boys
Top 10
Rank School (District)
1. West Chester Henderson (1)
2. Cardinal O’Hara (12)
3. Council Rock North (1)
4. North Allegheny (7)
5. La Salle (12)
6. Great Valley (1)
7. West Chester East (1)
8. Pottsgrove (1)
9. Cumberland Valley (3)
10. Grove City (10)

Class A
Rank School (District)
1. Northeast Bradford (1)
2. Germantown Academy (Independent)
3. Elk Lake (2)
4. Saegertown (10)
5. Oswayo Valley (9)

Class AA
Rank School (District)
1. Pottsgrove (1)
2. Grove City (10)
3. Annville-Cleona (3)
4. Tunkhannock (2)
5. Scranton Prep (2)

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