Spring Lake’s girls cross country team placed three runners in the top 10 and claimed the Mel Hall Invitational on Saturday.
Those high finished helped the Lakers overtake Hart, which had the top two finishers in the race.
Spring Lake won the event 47-57.
Hart freshman Jessica Jazwinski took first in 18:22.98. She was followed by senior Audriana Enns, who turned in an 18:56.82.
Spring Lake junior Lily Parker took third place in 19:21.62, sophomore Bea Reeser finished seventh in 19:59.33 and freshman Lexie Ruffing was eighth in 20:02.94.
North Muskegon senior Gabriella Wingard finished sixth in 19:56.10 and Fruitport freshman Valerie Pollock was 10th in 20:20.48.
Grandville Calvin Christian came in third, followed by Kenowa Hills, Whitehall, Fruitport, Detroit Country Day and Oakridge.
In the boys’ race, Jenison claimed the team title with 57 points in the 12-team field. Hart was second with 84.
Spring Lake finished third followed by Whitehall, Calvin Christian, Fruitport, Holland
Black River, Kenowa Hills, Allendale, North Muskegon, Detroit Country Day and Oakridge.
Hart junior Clayton Ackley was first overall in a time of 16:41.68.
Whitehall had three runners place in the top 10, with junior Andre Richmond finishing sixth in 16:57.03, junior Carter McIlroy seventh in 17:02.35 and senior Riley Buys finished ninth in 17:12.33.
Spring Lake senior Carter Phillips was 10th in 17:14.37.