The Menlo School girls cross country team set a West Bay Athletic League time record and won the title at the league championships Friday at Crystal Springs.
Lena Kalotihos, Claire Beebe and Sara Osterberg finished among the top 10 to help the Menlo-Atherton girls win the PAL title on Saturday at Crystal Springs.
The Knights, led by a second-place finish from Kyra Pretre and a fifth-place finish from Charlotte Tomkinson, went a combined 99:15.7, recording 53 points.
Castilleja finished second with 69 points, followed by Sacred Heart Prep with 86. Priory was sixth with 157 points.
Eastside College Prep finished second on the boys side with 70 points, 14 behind Crystal Springs Uplands.
Ethan Mimeles, Karl Zahlhaas-Lieb and Luke Scandlyn finished 6-7-8 to help the M-A boys finish second to Carlmont.
Menlo's Robert Miranda won the individual title, covering the 2.95-mile course in 15:01.1, more than 40 seconds ahead of the second-place finisher. Menlo's Kamran Murray was third in 16:01.2 and Sacred Heart Prep's Max Cluss raced fifth in 16:17.5.
The Panthers were led by Carlos Anye Nunez, Max Velasquez and Alexis Nunez, who went 8-9-10. Priory's Jack Nash was 13th.
Sacred Heart Prep's Luci Lambert was third in the girls' race in 18:30.5. Gators' teammates Keemya Bashiri was eighth and Brooke Whitcomb was 10th.
Castilleja was led by Tevah Gevelber's fourth-place in 18:32.6. Lauren Traum was ninth.
Menlo's five scorers finished among the top 18, with Marisa Castagna in 11th, Katie Aufricht 17th and Gabby Kogler 18th.
Castilleja was close behind, with the five scorers among the top 23. Angie Wang placed 12th, Lia Spencer was 21st and Riona Yoshida was 23rd.
Priory's top runner Ava Rust placed 13th in 20:08.0, Eastside College Prep's Ariana Aranda was 24th. Pinewood's top runner Hannah Johnson completed the course in 23:37.9.