The varsity girls totaled 23 points to take first place.
Four Mustangs placed in the Top-10, lead by overall winner Emily Raeside with a time of 23:09.
Audrey O'Toole was second at 23:53, Grace Keller fifth at 26:15 and Eleanor Maddera ninth at 27:29.
The varsity boys finished with 32 points, 24 ahead of second-place finisher and host St. Francis.
Ryan Rapaport took first place overall, clocking in 18:52.
Jason Harvey crossed the finish line in seventh place at 20:21 followed by teammate Paxton Scherger, who took ninth overall at 21:47.
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The Mustangs return to action Saturday, Oct. 5, competing in the Asics Invitational at the Fox Hall Farms Sporting Club in Douglasville, Ga.
Races begin at 8 a.m.
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