As it is often said, the best never rest.

As it is often said, the best never rest.

The No. 1 Madill Wildcats cross country team is certainly taking this message to heart, as well as the No. 4 Lady Wildcats squad.

Both teams along with runners from Lone Grove descend on Cameron University in Lawton on Friday as they took part in the Cameron Invitational, which was held at the Big Green Soccer Complex on campus. 

The Lady Wildcats managed to come away with the team title, scoring 39 points, well ahead of second placed Cache with 90 points.

Valeria Calderon won the individual title with a time of 12:57, with teammate Isabel Sanchez in fourth overall with a time of 13:29, and Joslyn Stumblingbear in sixth at 13:33. 

Cielo Gomez finished in 12th overall clocking in at 13:51, while Lala Flores, Mercedes Stumblingbear and Destiny Adams finished in places 19th through 21st with times of 14:30, 14:38.59 and 14:38.98 respectively. 

Other finishers for the Lady Wildcats included Camilia Hernandez (14:53), Maritza Mendez (15:14), Amada Ibarra (15:19), Carol Moreno (15:42), Molly Fulgham (15:46), Natnail Ibarra (15:54), Fernanda Hernandez (15:55.03), Emilie Vann (15:58), Suzette Lopez (16:08), Tarah Weise (16:16.89), Elissa Neese (16:31), Jimena Guevara (16:39), Lydia Wiese (16:44), Samantha Gomez (16:55), Catherine Maldonado (17:00.81), Ashton Hawkins (17:26), Alondra Moreno (17:28), Marianna Mendez (17:28.83), Angelina Gonzales (18:09), and Brooklyn Thompson (19:19). 

Lone Grove was represented by Hayven Fleitman (16:34), Emma Gaston (17:00.38), and Gracie Hamon (17:43). 

In the boys race, the Wildcats managed to win the team title with 54 points, just ahead of Cache in second place with 70 points. 

Madill was led by Miguel Duran in second place with a time of 16:33, with Diego Ibarra in 11th at 17:36, followed by Chris Bennett and Anthony Sanchez in 13th and 14th with times of 17:41 and 17:47 respectively. 

Sergio Hernandez clocked in at 17:57 which was good enough for 18th overall.

Other finishers for Madill included Brodie Tull (18:30), Brandon Serrano (19:02), Gael Salinas (19:14), Juan Hernandez (19:37), Luis Hernandez (19:50), Greg Hernandez (21:01), Sahith Gandi (21:20), Rodrigo Villegas (21:28), Kaleb Swinney (25:11), Juan Calixto (26:22), and Saulo Castio (26:49).

Lone Grove was represented by Kort McCurtain with a time of 19:22, with Tyler Eaves at 19:51, and Karson Clemons at 20:02.