Emmy Sager, Milford - The freshman is just the fourth girls cross country runner for the Eagles to qualify for the OHSAA State Championships, and the first since 2008. She finished 13th of the Cincinnati DI girls at the Troy Regional, and set a new career PR of 19:07. She has improved throughout the year and has consistently led the Lady Eagles all season.
Samantha Bush, Turpin – She was the highest-placing local runner in the Division I regional race at Troy, helping Turpin to a fourth-place team finish and advancement to the state meet.
Danielle Horter, Lakota East – She was the highest-placing Lakota East runner at 10th, helping Lakota East to a second-place team finish and advancement to the state meet.
Jenna Burns, New Richmond – She was the highest-placing local runner in the Division II race, finishing fourth with a time of 19:13.96, helping her advance to state.
Catherine Coldiron, Summit Country Day – She advanced to the state meet after placing seventh in the Division III regional meet at Troy, with a time of 20:02.91.
Sophia DeLisio, Simon Kenton – She won the 3A Region 5 meet with a time of 19.59.3, advancing to the state tournament.
Kylie Little, Campbell County – The freshman was the highest-placing runner at sixth place to help the Camels win the regional team championship and advancement to state.
Maggie Schroeder, Highlands – She won the individual regional champion in 2A, Region 4 to help the Bluebirds win the overall team regional championship.
Caileigh Waters, Walton-Verona – She was the regional champion in the 1A, Region 4 meet with a time of 20:46.0, which advanced her to the state meet and helped W-V to a second-place team finish.
Ashley Beck, Bishop Brossart – The Brossart senior finished second in the 1A Region 4 meet, to help her team to a first-place regional finish.