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The PHS boys and girls cross country teams ended their season at the Class 3, District 3 meet in Fulton Saturday.
None of the boys and girls finished in the top 30 to qualify for the state meet in Columbia this Saturday.
Alyssa Noland came the closest to earning a trip to state, finishing 34th in a time of 22:50.09.
Also competing for the girls were Tiffany Neff, 89th, 26:42.61 and Lillian Cramlett, 99th, 27:44.98.
St. Charles West won the girls district title, while Centralia finished second.
The top boys finisher was Connor Bross, 58th place, 19:14.18; Carter Harper, 78th, 20:01.91; Jacob Barnes, 80th, 20;05.79; and Daniel Reid, 106th, 22:08.58.
Father Tolton Regional Catholic won the boys district title with John Burrhoughs, second, and Centralia, third.
Also competing at the Class 3, District 3 meet were athletes from Blair Oaks, Bowling Green, Fulton, Hallsville, John Burroughs, Macon, MICDS, Montgomery County, Normandy Collaborative, North Callaway, Orchard Farm, Owensville, Priory, Southern Boone, STEAM Academy, Winfield and Wright City.