Trinity Classical Academy’s boys and girls cross country teams took home the Heritage League titles with first-place finishes at the league championship Wednesday at Griffith Park.
The Knights move on to the CIF preliminaries on Nov. 11 at UC Riverside.
Junior Keili Butler (20:52) finished first in the girls race to claim the league’s individual title. Freshman Eva Lintereur placed third while senior Rachel Struble took fourth place
Sophomore Hunter Romine (16:30) was crowned the individual league champion with a first-place finish. Teammate Shane Lintereur took home second place.
The Knights’ boys team won all five league races heading into the championship while the girls team had won four out of the five league races.
MORE: Trinity cross country on a roll ahead of first home league meet
Trinity also competed at the Mt. SAC Invitational where Romine (16:13) placed first in the Division 5 boys race. Trinity took second place as a team with, Shane Lintereur finishing closest behind Romine in ninth place. Its JV boys team also participated and finished sixth in its respective race.
The Knights’ girls team fell on harder times at the invitational, finishing in 13th place as a team. Eva Lintereur (21:36) was the Knights’ top finisher in 21st place.