DIMOCK - Scranton Prep won the Class AA boys team title and Taylor Ross of Abington Heights finished first in the Class AAA girls race as some of the highlights Wednesday in the District 2 Cross Country Championships at Elk Lake High School.
Scranton Prep and Ross had the only championships from Lackawanna County although Lackawanna League member Elk Lake pulled off a sweep of the Class A boys and girls team and individual titles on its home course.
The top team and best five other individuals in each Class AAA race advanced to Hershey along with the top two teams and 10 other individuals from each Class AA and A race.
Hazleton Area won the Class AAA girls title over Wallenpaupack, 46-53, to start the day.
The Abington Heights combination of Taylor Ross and Erin Jaeger finished 1-2 to help Abington Heights take third with 60 points.
Regan Rome of Dallas won her third District 2 title but Holy Redeemer edged Dallas, 50-53, for the Class AA title.
Scranton Prep was third with 97 points after Kate Reilly and Emily Carr finished 13th and 14th. They qualified for the state meet along with North Pocono‚??s Kaitlyn Lewis, who was seventh.
Lackawanna Trail‚??s Keirnan Dougherty in 17th are also headed to Hershey.
Jacob Fetterman finished first to help Hazleton Area edge Abington Heights, 59-60, for the Class AAA boys team championship.
Jacob Ross of Abington Heights were among the individual qualifiers.
Scranton Prep had five runners in the top 17 to win the Class AA title over Tunkhannock, 54-65.
Paul Labelle was fourth, Kyle Perry seventh and Ryan Burke 10th to lead the Cavaliers.
The state qualifiers included Lakeland‚??s Kyle Borland in 19th place.
Luke Jones won another individual title and helped Elk Lake in the Class A boys championship, 46-69, over Lackawanna Trail.
Other state qualifiers included: Nate Morgan and Mark Arzie of Lakeland eighth and 11th.