The Busline League cross-country championships Oct. 18 at Camden Hills Regional High School were highlighted by one team capping its season in dominating fashion and another winning in one of the closest finishes in league history.

The girls race saw the one-two punch of Augusta Stockman and Emma Trapani lead Camden-Rockport Middle School to the championship and an undefeated season.  Stockman blazed across the course in a time of 14:21 and took top honors as a sixth grader.

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All seven CRMS runners finished among the top 15 for a team score of 27. Boothbay finished second with 54 points behind a fourth-place finish by Faith Blethen. The top three teams were rounded out by Oceanside, which narrowly edged Lincolnville.

Other top individual girls runners were Annika Rogers of Islesboro and Kristina Kelly of Lincolnville.

The boys race saw one of the closest team finishes in league history. Joey Paolillo of Boothbay and Caleb Love-Webb of CRMS renewed their rivalry with Paolillo nearly breaking 13 minutes to secure the top spot. When the dust settled, Camden-Rockport finished third with 55 points. Boothbay and Troy Howard of Belfast tied at the top with 54 — and the deadlock was broken by going to the place of each team's sixth runner. Boothbay secured the top spot and the league championship.

Other top individual boys runners were Kyle Ames of Boothbay, Cooper Russell of Camden Rockport and Miles Martin of Searsport.

The girls teams scores were: Camden-Rockport Middle School 27, Boothbay Elementary School 54, Oceanside Middle School 93, Lincolnville Central School 94, Searsport District Middle School 115, Medomak Middle School of Waldoboro 117 and Troy Howard Middle School 194.

The boys team scores were: Boothbay 54 (won tiebreaker), Troy Howard 54, Camden-Rockport 55, Lincolnville 98, Searsport 105, Oceanside 145 and Medomak 178.

The jayvee race showcased runners on the rise. Will Berry and Brett Hollowell of Boothbay took the top spots for the boys and Hope Bifulco and Maddie Holt of CRMS tied for the top girls position in the race. For teams, Camden Rockport finished first and Boothbay second.

The individual girls varsity results were: 1, Augusta Stockman, CR, 14:21.30; 2, Emma Trapani, CR, 14:24.02; 3, Annika Rogers, Isles, 14:26.91; 4, Faith Blethen, Booth, 14:27.27; 5, Kristina Kelly, LCS, 15:01.58; 6, Brianna White-Ortiz, Ocean, 15:06.40; 7, Katie Morse, CR, 15:08.28; 8, Bea Weinand, Ocean, 15:09.39; 9, Alli Wells, CR, 15:17.73; 10, Helen Hamblett, Booth, 15:26.00; 11, Sarah Spizzuoco, CR, 15:29.74; 12, Alaina Bissett, Med, 15:35.13; 13, Emily Kessel, CR, 15:36.74; 14, Willow Beavis, Booth, 15:44.42; 15, Lincoln Hamblett, Booth, 15:48.03; 16, Eve Gutheinz, CH, 15:56.00; 17, Olivia Paolillo, Booth, 15:59.68; 18, Alyssa Blackler, Med, 16:03.46; 19, Paige Ireland, Sears, 16:19.09; 20, Naomi Kihn, Med, 16:20.61; 21, Kasey Wood, LCS, 16:31.17; 22, Grace Underhill, LCS, 16:31.89; 23, Rose O'Brien, LCS, 16:34.87; 24, Mary Brenna Catus, Sears, 16:38.02; 25, Breanna Brown, Sears, 16:40.11; 26, Audrey Heriz-Smith, Apple, 16:41.57; 27, Olivia Ellis, Sears, 16:42.21; 28, Evy Case, Booth, 16:42.36; 29, Emily Davis, Ocean, 16:52.97; 30, Danielle Ladd, Ocean, 17:09.05; 31, Sumir Mahonen, Ocean, 17:16.65; 32, Audrey Walker, Sears, 17:29.59; 33, Clara McGurren, LCS, 17:29.60; 34, Hannah Richards, THMS, 17:34.29; 35, Ashley Kenniston, Med, 17:36.32; 36, Mady McLellan, Booth, 17:44.86; 37, Starr Warner, THM, 17:45.91; 38, Myia Hanson, LCS, 17:50.15; 39, Emily Morse, LCS, 17:50.16; 40, Sierra King, Ocean, 18:05.22; 41, Haley Brown, Sears, 18:06.74; 42, Cassie Donald, Sears, 18:06.74; 43, Raina McPhee, Med, 18:48.00; 44, Natalie Owre, Apple, 18:50.72; 45, Acadia Calderwood, Med, 19:48.54; 46, Thalia Eddybluin, GSB, 20:26.05; 47, Mercedes Philbrook, THMS, 20:45.04; 48, Mary Reid, GSB, 21:38.02; 49, Vivian Robinson-Fisher, Apple, 22:03.37; 50, Maya Blaisdell, Apple, 22:04.76; 51, Maya Bailey, GSB, 22:13.44; 52, Jillian Clapp, THMS, 22:37.56; 53, Ann Teele, GSB, 27:19.53; 54, Kaylee Allen, THMS, 27:39.81; and 55, Taylor Tremblay, CR, 28:20.81.

The individual boys boys results were: 1, Joey Paolillo, Booth, 13:00.60; 2, Caleb Love-Webb, CR, 13:13.60; 3, Kyle Ames, Booth, 13:19.40; 4, Cooper Russell, CR, 13:20.50; 5, Miles Martin, Sears, 13:49.70; 6, Anthony Moore, Ocean, 13:51.10; 7, Zane Bielenberg, THMS, 14:05.30; 8, Ricky Smith, THMS, 14:09.40; 9, Liam Haining, CR, 14:22.50; 10, Blake Erhard, Booth, 14:23.40; 11, Brandan Moline, THMS, 14:25.30; 12, Jack Moody, Apple, 14:26.70; 13, Devin Fairbrother, Sears, 14:30.90; 13, Sam Spectre, THMS, 14:30.90; 15, Jay Hasch, Booth, 14:31.20; 16, Mike Kremin, LCS, 14:32.20; 17, Corey Deschamps, THMS, 14:34.10; 18, Kyle Wood, LCS, 14:35.00; 19, Hayden Thibault, LCS, 14:47.50; 20, Sam Russ, GSB, 14:50.30; 21, Nate Van Lonkhuysen, CR, 14:54.90; 22, Eric Andrews, LCS, 15:00.10; 23, Cedar Andrus, CR, 15:04.00; 24, Tyler Bilodeau, CR, 15:10.60; 25, Alex Spearin, Apple, 15:13.10; 26, Theo Penney, CR, 15:24.10; 27, Alex Mahar, Ocean, 15:29.50; 28, Holden Clapp, Sears, 15:34.20; 29, Sam Burnham, Booth, 15:35.00; 30, Bayly Gaughan, Booth, 15:37.50; 31, Drew Kelly, LCS, 15:50.50; 32, Maxwell Webster, Sears, 15:58.30; 33, Josh Goldrup, Med, 16:03.10; 34, Trent Grover, Med, 16:13.50; 35, Trevor Martell, THMS, 16:15.10; 36, Andrew Lavin, Sears, 16:24.40; 37, Will LaBrecque, Booth, 16:30.60; 38, Ben Jacobs, GSB, 16:48.10; 39, Sam Moody, LCS, 17:13.00; 40, Brett Start, Isles, 17:22.50; 41, Patrick Corcoran, Ocean, 17:23.70; 42, Logan Wheeler, Med, 17:36.10; 43, Tyler Bowman, Med, 17:52.50; 44, Jacob O'Connor, Ocean, 17:53.30; 45, Simon O'Shea, Ocean, 17:54.40; 46, JoJo Martin, Booth, 17:56.80; 47, Adrian Phaenephom, Med, 17:57.30; 47, Cyrus Staples, Sears, 17:57.30; 49, Damian Hebert, Sears, 17:57.40; 50, Jonathan Bareford, Isles, 18:15.00; 51, Noah Thomas, THMS, 18:32.50; 52, Billy Murrietta, LCS, 19:30.50; 53, Jonah Daiute, GSB, 19:59.60; 54, Emmanuel Tung, Ocean, 20:29.70; and 55, August Gray, Apple, 20:35.40.

The mixed jayvee results, with times unavailable, were: 1, Will Berry, Booth; 1, Hope Bifulco, CR; 1, Maddie Holt, CR; 2, Brett Hollowell, Booth; 3, Kerry Ettinger, CR; 3, Desmond Cayouette, CR; 4, Sam Betts, Booth; 4, Katie Heavey, CR; 5, Graham Bryer, Booth; 5, Alexis Rozsahegyi, CR; 6, Nicholas LeClerc, CR; 6, Gal Gilat, CR; 6, Grace Olsen, CR; 7, Audrey Clement, CR; 8, Noah Erskine, CR; 8, Sadie Allen, CR; 9, Noah Sherburne, Booth; 9, Lily Gaul, CR; 10, Alex Eason, Booth; 10, Miranda Marsh, CR; 11, Griffin Kane, Booth; 11, Eliza Brown, CR; 12, Seth Yates, CR; 12, Lindsey Holte, CR; 13, Ian Moriaty, CR; 13, Lexie Lane, Booth; 14, Rick Hilscher, Booth; 14, Sophie Moore, CR; 15, Riley Colby, Sears; 15, Ainsley Meklin, Ocean; 16, Emily Long, CR; 16, Thaddeus Murphy, CR; 17, John Orestis, CR; 17, Alley Johnson, LCS; 18, Tyler Curtis, THMS; 18, Sophie Lau, Isles; 19, Liam Cullina, Booth; 19, Emily Lau, Islesboro; 20, William Bickford, THMS; 20, Abby Teele, Booth; 21, Nick Farris, THMS; 21, Gabriella Boord, Booth; 22, Colin Cabrera, Booth; 22, Miranda Robinson, Sears; 23, Charles Lagerbom, THMS; 23, Haley Simmons, CR; 24, Terrell Ward, THMS; 24, Shanayah Bareford, Isles; 25, Nick Labonte, Booth; 25, Alexis Davison, Booth; and 26, Matthias Martin, Sears.

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