Here are the results from the six Wyoming High School Cross Country Conference Championship meets on Oct. 18, 2019.

This was the final tune-up before next Saturday's (Oct. 26) state championships in Afton. There were a few programs that opted not to compete this week.

Conference Cross Country Championships – Friday, Oct. 18

2A East in Hulett – Big Horn, Hulett, Moorcroft, Sundance, Wright

Hailey Jones of Moorcroft set a new course record in the girls' race of 20:17.12. Hunter Skeens of Sundance won the boys' 5K race.

2A West in Thermopolis – Fort Washakie, Lovell, Rocky Mountain, St. Stephens, Thermopolis, Tongue River, Wyoming Indian

The Wyoming Indian girls and Tongue River boys won the team titles. Wyoming Indian freshmen Paris Barrera won the girls' 5K race. The boys' division was won by Wyatt Ostler of Tongue River.

3A East in Douglas – Buffalo, Douglas, Newcastle, Pine Bluffs/Burns, Rawlins, Torrington, Wheatland, Worland

The Buffalo girls edged Rawlins by two points for the team crown. Sydney Thorvaldson of Rawlins won individually by 2:30.

Worland rolled to the team crown with five runners in the top 11 positions. Douglas' Cameryn Spence won by 22 seconds on his home course.

3A West in Lander – Cody, Lander, Lyman, Mountain View, Powell Riverton, Star Valley

The Lander girls and Star Valley boys took home the team crowns. Kate Giorgis of Mountain View edged Lyman's Elena Jensen by just over one second. Star Valley's Peter Visser won by 21 seconds in the boys' race.

4A East in Sheridan – Campbell County, Cheyenne Central, Cheyenne East, Cheyenne South, Sheridan, Thunder Basin

Sheridan swept the team titles, while Cheyenne Central's Kaya Pillivant and Trevor Stephen won individually.

The results include Varsity boys and girls and JV boys and girls:

4A West in Casper – Evanston, Green River, Jackson, Kelly Walsh, Laramie, Natrona County, Rock Springs

Jackson swept both team titles. Their girls won by 19 points over Natrona County. Laramie's Abigail Whitman was the individual victor by 22 seconds. The Broncs boys captured first-place by 24 points over Evanston. Jackson's Ben Williams won the boys' 5K race by just over four seconds.