The Ada High School girls cross-country team finished sixth at the 2019 ECU Tiger Chase meet, held last week at the Pontotoc Technology Center.
Byng finished just behind Ada in seventh place, while Latta ended ninth in the team standings. Plainview dominated the meet, winning with 23 points, followed by Madill at 73 and Pauls Valley at 78. Noble was fourth at 81, and Seminole rounded out the top five with 192.
Freshman Scarlett Williams of Plainview won the medalist race in a time of 13:06.45. Valeria Calderon of Madill was second in 13:41.11.
Byng sophomore Deesa Neely was the top local finisher. She ended up ninth with a time of 14:05.40.
Hunter Martinez led the Ada contingent at 28th in a time of 15:34.32.
Other Ada runners were Angelina Hernandez (16:21.86), Athena Jackson (16:27.90), Thiara Salgado (16:33.86), Maryanne Criswell (18:04.95), Dianishka Santiago (18:35.91), Indy Hughes (18:57.72), Isabell Bottcher (18:58.00) and Gabrielle King (20:56.30).
The Lady Cougars next event will be Saturday in Holdenville.