Just one week after being bested for the Lake Country Conference title, the Plainview Lady Indians went back to work, and back to winning this past weekend.

Just one week after being bested for the Lake Country Conference title, the Plainview Lady Indians went back to work, and back to winning this past weekend.

A balanced running attack allowed the Lady Indians to claim the girls team title at the OK Runner Classic with 36 points, ahead of second placed Kingfisher, which was held at Norman High School, with the Madill Lady Wildcats taking third overall. 

Faith Lloyd was the top overall finisher for Plainview, coming in at 12:33 for second in the individual standings. 

Hayden Hobbs also claimed a spot in the top-five with a fourth place finish at 12:39, with Maddie Turner in the top-10 at ninth with a time of 12:54 and teammate Jacey Keith in 10th at 13:01. 

Deryn Hobbs was 12th at 13:03, with Emily Butler in 14th at 13:09 for Plainview. 

Katie Wiggs rounded out the Lady Indians finishers in the top-20 in 18th overall with a time of 13:33. 

Meanwhile for the Lady Wildcats, Joslyn Stumblingbear was the top finisher in third place with a time of 12:38. 

Valeria Calderon was next for Madill with a time of 13:50, with Fatima Duenez close behind at 13:56. 

Other finishers for the Lady Wildcats included: Daisy Rosas (14:17), Isabel Sanchez (14:33), and Alejandra Orozco (14:40). 

Representing the Sulphur Lady Bulldogs was Emily Barker (14:28), Iris Gonzalez (15:32), Jaidyn Valandingham (15:33), and Kalie Stone (19:26). 

On the boys side, the Madill Wildcats managed to claim third in the team standings with 101 points, with the Plainview Indians finishing fourth with 111 points. 

Sulphur claimed eighth overall in the boys team standings with 193. 

Miguel Duran was the top finisher for the Wildcats with a solid second place finish clocking in at 17:33.

Keon Christie was also in the top-10 with a seventh place finish, clocking in at 18:22. 

Anthony Sanchez was next to clock in for the Wildcats at 19:02. 

Other finishers for the Wildcats included: Julio Gallo (19:24), Brandon Serano (19:37), Diego Ibarra (19:42), and Brodie Tull (21:20). 

For the Plainview Indians, Ethan Lollman was the top finisher in sixth place with a time of 18:18, with Ben Hicks, Michael Lloyd, and Lane Willoughby in places 21-23 with times of 18:55, 18:57, and 18:58.

Other finishers for Plainview included: Josh Hottel (19:41), Trevor Honeycutt (19:57), and Scotty Maxey (20:06). 

As for the Bulldogs, Caleb Pierce was first to cross the finish line for Sulphur in fifth place at 18:00, with Samuel Barker in 13th at 18:35. 

Other finishers for Sulphur included: Kobie Madron (19:55), Konner Lunsford (20:50), Julian Rivas (21:33), Jake Cooper (23:12), and Adolfo Silerio (25:13).