MADILL — This season, the Marietta and Plainview Lady Indians cross country teams have seemed destined to bring out the best in each other when they compete together.

MADILL — This season, the Marietta and Plainview Lady Indians cross country teams have seemed destined to bring out the best in each other when they compete together.

Saturday morning at the Lake Country Conference meet was no different.

Both teams put up solid performances, but it was Marietta eventually winning the conference title for the second year in a row by a slim two points over Plainview at the Madill City Lake.

Marietta finished with 31 points, while Plainview totaled 33. Madill finished third with 68 points. 

Mandy Sykora and Kaelyn Dobbins finished 1-2 in the individual standings for Marietta with times of 12:55.69 and 13:01.10 respectively.

Plainview’s top finisher was Scarlett Williams in third place at 13:11.84. 

Madison Lemons came in fifth for Marietta at 13:48.29, while Madill’s Valeria Calderon was the top finisher for the Lady Wildcats in sixth overall at 13:48.29. 

Plainview occupied places 6-10 with Hadyn Hobbs, Madie Turner, Katie Wiggs, and Alli McAdams clocking in with times of 13:51.41, 13:55.10, 13:57.73, and 14:00.43. 

Other finishers for Plainview included Jacey Keith (14:06.67), Emily Butler (15:07.21), Olivia Heller (15:35.47), Rose Recio (16:06.55), Savannah Sauer (17:24.84), Morgan Foster (17:36.69), Marla Williams (18:24.82), Hannah Wlodarczyk (18:28.88), Alivia Elliott (18:40.67) and Heidi Harper (19:30.36). 

Other finishers for Marietta included Lexi Waterhouse (14:03.61), Vanessa Rodriguez (14:17.20), Abigail Alvarez (14:42.58), Isabella Salas Garcia (14:47.10), Sophie Love (15:04.30), Jayleigh Blevins (15:13.12), Vegas Bell (15:23), Rosie Castellanos (15:39.93), and Timberlee Riley (16:39.97). 

Other finishers for the Madill Lady Wildcats included Joslyn Stumblingbear (14:13.96), Mercedes Stumblingbear (14:22.70), Isabel Sanchez (14:29.94), Destiney Adams (14:56.33), Martisa Mendez (15:33.05), Emilie Vann (16:08.78), Camila Hernandez (16:14.69), Suzette Lopez (16:18.21), Lala Flores (16:26.80), Carol Moreno (16:34.09), Amada Ibarra (16:36.62), Molly Fulgham (16:39.47), Nathali Ibarra (16:45.33), Fernanda Hernandez (16:56.73), Catherine Maldonado (17:09.86), Elissa Neese (17:30.05), Lydia Wiese (17:44.43), Jimena Guevara (17:54.22), Alondra Moreno (18:33.04), Ashtynn Hawkins (18:39.17), Tarah Wiese (19:17.44), and Brooklyn Thompson (21:22.68). 

Sulphur’s Lady Bulldogs were also represented at the meet with Hannah Priest the top finisher in 20th overall with a time of 14:53.93, with Carlee Cole at 15:17.70, Iris Gonzalez at 15:18.13, and Adrianna Dennis at 16:22.06. 

Dickson’s Lady Comets were also represented with Ashlen Clem the top finisher in 28th overall with a time of 15:19.26. Lauren Hendry finished with a time of 15:28.79, while Katlen Clem clocked in at 16:43.94, and Cassie Alvarez at 22:00.12. 

Lone Grove was represented by Marli Williams who finished in 34th at 15:48.34, Emma Gaston at 16:41.95, Hayven Fleitman at 17:27.48, and Jelynn Spradlin clocking in at 21:58.52.