Chapin dominated the show at the Region 5-3A cross country championship meet on Wednesday.
The Eagles claimed three of the four top prizes. Chapin was the team winner in the boys and girls divisions, and Heath Lorick was the boys medallist with a winning time of 16:25.0.
A.C. Flora’s Maryann Riley kept it was being a complete Chapin sweep by winning the girls individual championship with a run of 19:41.0.
Chapin was so imperious on the boys side that all five scoring runners finished in the top five. Carson Barnes (2nd), Jonathan Day (3rd), Hunter McGahee (4th) and Alex Wallace (5th) fell in behind the lead of Lorick.
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Thomas Fitzpatrick (7th) did not finish low enough to contribute to the team scored, but it was good enough to earn a spot on the all-region team.
Dreher finished a distant second behind the Eagles perfect score of 15 points. Nick Putman paced the Blue Devils, who finished with 80 points.
A.C. Flora’s Daniel Ward was the all-region runner, finishing in sixth place.
In the girls division, Chapin prevailed by a 33-62 margin over runner-up A.C. Flora.
Lauren Steedly (4th), Kathleen Mirgon (5th) and Samantha Koenig (6th) earned all-region recognition. Shelby Green (8th) and Sarah Baldwin (10th) rounded out the team scoring.
Riley beat out Airport’s Megan Stahlberger (20:02) and Dreher’s Ashbrook Gwinn (20:05) in the race for the individual title. Allyson Hill joined teammate Gwinn on the all-region team.