In Class 3A, Mt. Lebanon took seventh place in WPIAL competition. Freshman Allison Small was the first runner to cross the line for the Blue Devils in 24th place.
Sophomore Aoife-Ruby Dunne and freshman Patrice Smith were not far behind in 29th and 36th place, respectively.
Individually, Upper St. Clair's Savannah Shaw grabbed fourth place at the WPIAL meet. The junior went on to take 14th at states.
In Class 2A, South Fayette took ninth place at WPIALs. Junior Maria DeCello led the rally in 18th place. Freshmen Hailey Poe and Steffanie Kozak took 33rd and 35th place, respectively.
Ringgold finished one place behind South Fayette, rounding out the top 10. Senior Sarah Lucas finished four seconds behind South Fayette's DeCello in 21:19 for 19th place. Juniors Autumn Lusk and Kaylee Kassa finished in the top 50 taking 37th and 48th place, respectively.
In Class 1A, Seton-LaSalle landed in 13th place at WPIALs. Seniors Caitlin Guinee and Liz Farnan finished in 20th and 25th place, respectively.
Serra Catholic freshman Madison Carr finished in 24th place. Sophomore Casandra Miller also finished in the top 100 with 82nd place.
Bishop Canevin's Becca Volz finished her high school career with a 27th-place finish at the WPIAL meet. Annie Philbin also landed in the top 100 with an 85th-place finish.