ROCKPORT — The Camden Hills girls capped another unbeaten regular season on Friday, Oct. 7 with a stellar performance at their own invitational meet.

In a final high school regular-season meet, that included Midcoast runners from Medomak Valley of Waldoboro, Belfast and Camden Hills, the Hampden Academy boys and Windjammer girls legged to firsts.

Camden Hills boys make a run out before their race. Photo by Ken Waltz

Windjammer Jenna VanRyn dominated the 63-runner girls race with a first-place effort of 20:23.36 over the 5-kilometer, or 3.1-mile, course. Bronco Charlie Collins also broke open a close race to push ahead of a 66-runner boys field in first at 16:51.07.

The boys team scores were: Hampden Academy 22, Camden Hills 41, Morse of Bath 77, Skowhegan 102, Medomak Valley, Belfast, Lawrence of Fairfield, Nokomis of Newport and Maine Central Institute of Pittsfield no score.

Belfast’s Meara Mcvearry. Photo by Ken Waltz

The girls team scores were: Camden Hills 30, Hampden Academy 63, Morse 75, Medomak Valley 82, Lawrence 127, Belfast, Islesboro, Nokomis, Maine Central Institute and Skowhegan no score.

The winning Windjammer girls finished with five scoring runners in the first, second, fourth, 11th and 12th positions, total time of 1:50:01.45 and average runner time of 22:00.29.

Camden Hills’ Sam Tooley and Ben Pike, along with Morse’s Riley Dunn. Photo by Ken Waltz

The winning Bronco boys finished with runners in the first, second, third, seventh and ninth spots, total time of 1:28:03.82 and average time of 17:36.77.

The Camden Hills girls finished 39-0 and Medomak Valley 20-15-1 this fall. For area boys, Camden Hills finished 32-4. The other area squad did not have five scoring runners to compile team scores, but did forge a bundle of ties.

Medomak Valley’s Will Rush, back left, among others. Photo by Ken Waltz

Next up for the Windjammers, Panthers and Lions will be the Kennebec Valley Athletic Conference Class A and B championships on Saturday, Oct. 15 at 11 a.m. at Cony in Augusta.

The individual Camden Hills Invitational Midcoast boys results were: 5, Walker Hedrich, CH, 17:51.51; 6, Noah Morris, Med, 17:52.30; 7, Colin Wright, CH, 17:55.82; 9, Zachary Clement, CH, 17:59.83; 11, Sam Tooley, CH, 18:23.61; 13, Ben Pike, CH, 18:24.44; 15, Will Robbins, Bel, 18:36.83; 16, Hadrian Ward, CH, 19:01.92; 17, Henry McDevitt, CH, 19:03.69; 20, Mickey Nowell, CH, 19:21.45; 21, Isaiah Smith, CH, 19:25.96; 24, Finn Urey, CH, 19:44.89; 28, Alec Rolfe, Bel, 20:08.54; 33, Atticus Blue, Med, 20:59.06; 34, Tommy Clemente, CH, 21:02.56; 37, Will Rush, Medomak Vall 21:05.52; 40, Teague Buchanan, CH, 21:16.06; 41, Bennett Cohen, CH, 21:18.62; 42, Ethan Cohen, CH, 21:23.10; and 64, Owen Dostie, Med, 29:11.57.

The individual Camden Hills Invitational Midcoast girls results were: 1, Jenna VanRyn, CH, 20:23.36; 2, Cassie Middleton, CH, 21:09.40; 3, Ava Collamore, Med, 21:24.45; 4, Cara Rothwell, CH, 21:43.36; 10, Kaylee Collamore, Med, 23:02.76; 12, Jaden Johnson, CH, 23:11.09; 13, Addison Cortese, CH, 23:34.24; 15, Lola Black, CH, 24:06.64; 16, Zoe O’Brien, CH, 24:07.10; 17, Meara Mcvearry, Bel, 24:09.82; 18, Lauren Howland, CH, 24:22.80; 19, Gabriella DeStefano, CH, 24:25.79; 21, Amber Pendleton, Med, 24:35.11; 28, Abbie Anderson, CH, 25:37.32; 30, Chloe Day-Lynch, CH, 25:45.35; 31, Kaya Bournival, CH, 25:52.90; 34, Lucy O’Brien, CH, 26:14.40; 37, Katherine McKenney, Med, 26:46.18; 40, Jalyn Drost, Medomak Val,27:00.45; 41, Estella Sprague, Bel, 27:21.77; 43, Amelia Porter, CH, 27:34.11; 45 Lillian Reed, Isles, 27:50.60; and 51 Ava Stuetz, Med, 28:52.68. Skye Lindelof and Samantha Conover of Islesboro also participated.

Cony meet

In a Sept. 23 meet hosted by Cony of Augusta, the Windjammer girls finished first and Windjammer boys second. Belfast runners also participated.

The boys team scores were: Hampden Academy 23, Camden Hills 56, Bangor 78, Cony 105, Erskine Academy of South China 139, Waterville 176, Gardiner 186 and Belfast, Winslow and Maine Central Institute of Pittsfield no score.

The girls team scores were: Camden Hills 41, Bangor 47, Hampden Academy and Cony 101, Waterville 105, Gardiner 129 and Belfast, Maine Central Institute and Winslow no score.

There were 89 boys and 69 girls.

The individual results for the Midcoast boys were: 9, Zachary Clement, CH, 18:36.87; 10, Walker Hedrich, CH, 18:44.18; 11, Will Robbins, Bel, 18:55.48; 12, Colin Wright, CH, 18:55.93; 18, Ben Pike, CH, 19:14.09; 20, Sam Tooley, CH, 19:17.37; 23, Henry McDevitt, CH, 19:34.09; 26, Finn Urey, CH, 20:14.65; 27, Michkey Nowell, CH, 20:16; 29, Isaiah Smith, CH, 20:38.93; 39, Soren Beckstrom, CH, 21:55.75; 48, Bennett Cohen, CH, 22:34.81; 49, Teague Buchanen, CH, 22:37.78; 50, Ethan Cohen, CH, 22:43.43; 51, Will Laidlaw, CH, 22:44.78; 55, Tristan Hughes, Bel, 23:08.18; 56, Sam Van Lonkhuyzen, CH, 23:11.93; and 58, Alec Rolfe, Bel, 23:16.59.

The individual results for Midcoast girls were: 2, Jenna VanRyn, CH, 21:37:56; 5, Cassie Middleton, CH, 22:31.31; 6, Cara Rothwell, CH, 22:31.78; 14, Jaden Johnson, CH, 23:53.06; 18, Addison Cortese, 24:40.97; 22, Lauren Howland, CH, 24:56.15; 25, Zoe O’Brien, CH, 25:12.68; 31, Gabriella DeStefano, CH, 25:43.52; 34, Lola Black, CH, 26:07.09; 41, Estella Sprague, Bel, 27:22.91; 42, Kaya Bournival, CH, 27:24.59; 45, Abbie Anderson, CH, 27:54.62; and 46, Chloe Day-Lynch, CH, 28:03.12.