The Varsity Boys finished 17th overall while the Varsity Girls claimed 15th.
Freshman Haris Flynn secured a spot in the Top-15, posting a time of 18:22 and crossing the line in 13th place to lead the Mustangs.
Junior Charlie Duerr was in the Top-100 with a time of 20:35 while classmate Curran Jolly clocked in at 20:50.
In the Varsity Girls race, junior Audrey Thompson placed in the Top-100 at 25:27.
Sophomore Gracie Urban was in the Top-100 as well finishing at 25:50.
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The Mustangs are back on the course after a week off on Saturday, Sept. 24 at the Winged Foot Classic.
Races are set to start at 7:40 a.m. in Cartersville, Ga.
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