ST. LOUIS — The Jefferson City Jays finished eighth, Helias was 16th and Fatima placed 19th in the Green Division of the Forest Park Festival on Saturday.
Liberty won the team title with 140 points. The Jays tallied 249 points, Helias 351 and Fatima 482 in the 25-team event.
In the 22-team girls standings, Fatima was 20th with 508 points and Helias 22nd with 547 points.
The Capital City teams were in the Gold Division, with the boys finishing fifth out of 26 teams with 182 points and the girls placing 14th out of 20 teams with 304 points.
Jack Crull led the area runners with a runner-up finish for the Crusaders.
Crull recorded a time of 15:46.20, just more than a second off Rockhurst's Wesley Porter.
Jenson Starr was 73rd (17:55.10), Payton Kirchhoff 89th (18:06.30), Logan Matthews 99th (18:13.60) and Grayson Knernschield 100th (18:15.20) out of 180 runners.
Pacing the Jays' pack was Deaken Walker in 27th in 17:05.20. Tommy Roehl was just a tenth of a second behind Walker to take 28th.
Dawson Schulte finished 39th (17:14.50), Blaine Smallwood 79th (17:58.10) and Will Roehr placed 85th (18:02.40) to round out the Jefferson City scorers.
The Fatima boys were led by a 66th-place finish for Lucas Laux, who ran the course in 17:43.70. Dawson Woehr was 70th (17:53), Elijah Selin 106th (18:19.80), Caden Haslag 128th (18:50.60) and Jake Boyce was 136th (19:02).
Alexa Lamb led the Helias Lady Crusaders with a 62nd-place result in 21:28.20.
Also scoring for the Helias girls were Natalie Schlup (105th, 22:34.70), Sabrina Schlacks (131st, 23:31.80), Avery Massman (137th, 23:54.90) and Arica Ketcherside (138th, 23:56.30).
The top Fatima Lady Comet was Alexis Fischer in 70th with a time of 21:40.60.
Kendall Haller (82nd, 21:56.40), Emma Bower (104th, 22:31), Kailey Woody (121st, 23:14.20) and Sarah Groene (148th, 24:36.30) also scored for Fatima.
In the boys Gold Division, Capital City's Ben Lear was 21st in 17:58.80, just in front of teammate Braden Voss in 22nd in 18:05.30.
Rounding out the Cavaliers' top five were Peyton Vogt (36th, 18:36.60), Will Carver (57th, 19:06.70) and Colin Voss (63rd, 19:13.60) in the 189-runner race.
Yumia Robben ran strong for the Lady Cavaliers in 13th with a time of 21:04.90. Alyson Linhardt was 33rd (21:58.60), Carrington Stilabower 101st (24:00.90), Elizabeth Dunn 102nd (24:06.50) and Gwyn DeFeo 104th (24:20.20) out of 161 runners.