SHAWNEE — Despite facing a stacked field of talented runners, several area class 3A schools came away with solid times on Saturday at the girls state cross country meet.

SHAWNEE — Despite facing a stacked field of talented runners, several area class 3A schools came away with solid times on Saturday at the girls state cross country meet.

Davis, Dickson and Lone Grove were among the schools who had just one runner representing in the race, while Sulphur’s Lady Bulldogs ran as a team in the meet.

As a team the Lady Bulldogs finished 19th overall with a total of 419 points. 

Jaidyn Vallandingham was the top finisher for Sulphur with a time of 13:54 in 35th place. 

Emily Barker crossed the finish line with a time of 14:02.40, with Iris Gonzalez at 14:53.20.

Other finishers for the Lady Bulldogs included Kyrtleigh Snow (16:02), Joana Reyes (16:47), Virginia Landtroop (19:51), and Kalie Slone (19:55). 

Lauren Hendry represented the Dickson Lady Comets at state with a 41st overall finish and a time of 13:59. 

Davis freshman Jacie Lanoy represented the Lady Wolves at the state meet with a time of 14:43. 

Cheyanne Davis ran a strong race for Lone Grove as she crossed the finish line at 15:33 on Saturday.

The Marietta Lady Indians won the overall team title, which was their fifth in program history, with Sequoyah-Tahlequah in second, and Dove Sciene Academy finishing in third place.

Marietta had three runners place in the top-15 of the standings. 

Comanche freshman Jaylee Miller was the individual state champion for Class 3A in the girls race as she clocked in with a time of 12:08.