In the Heart of the Plains League cross country meet hosted by Burrton on Thursday, it was all Skyline.

In the Heart of the Plains League cross country meet hosted by Burrton on Thursday, it was all Skyline.

The Thunderbirds swept both team titles and dominated the individual results for good measure.

The T-Bird girls captured the top 3 places on their way to a 27-30 win over Pretty Prairie for the team title. The boys had four medalists, giving them a leg up in the team standings over Pretty Prairie 22-51.

Madison Tyler was league champion at 23:57. She was followed through the chute by Katelynn McGraw 2nd 24:06 and Adison Hampton 3rd 26:54.

Josie Jensen was 12th 32:50 and Corey Crouch 13th 38:54 to help the SHS girls earn the team trophy.

The boys were led by Erik Ghumm 2nd 19:38 and Jackson Wallace 3rd 19:47. Also with top 10 finishes were Colby Shriver 5th 20:07 and Kyle Hampton 7th 20:38.

Dalton Kenworthy 13th 21:59 was Skyline's final scorer.

Thunderbird displacers (pushers) Keagan Davidson 15th 22:03 and John Wiltshire 17th 22:11 contributed to the margin of victory by adding points to Pretty Prairie's score.

“Our boys and girls did an amazing job yesterday at our league meet!” SHS head coach Lynette Freeman enthused. “ The boys have 5 consecutive league wins under their belt with many more in the future! We plan on continuing the winning streak next week at Meade for our boys regional team! Our girls team will have five running at regionals with our top two, senior Madison Tyler, and sophomore Katelynn McGraw having a very strong chance at qualifying for state. Junior Adison Hampton could be in the mix as well.”