In Division 1, Peabody’s boys had their best team finish ever by finishing third with 166 points. The pack of Tanners was led by senior Drew Fossa (17th, 15:04) while freshman Marcelo Rocha was 31st in 15:20 and was the only ninth grader in the D1 top 60.
Ben Braz was 31st for Peabody (15:33), Riley Dowd ran 15:51 and Alex Greco finished in 15:53.
Peabody’s girls were eighth in Division 1. Senior Toni Pagliuca was the top finisher for the Tanners in 37th in 18:15 while Lauren Barrett was 41st in 18:17 and Samantha Allen was 54th in 18:29.
The Beverly girls finished 10th and senior Nicole Demars was the top local finisher in the field of 179 D1 ladies. The Panther senior earned a medal by running 13th in 17:47. Freshman Abigail Walsh ran 18:24 and junior Maeve Monahan ran 18:55.
Masconomet’s Meghan Collins ran 18:35.
In the D2 boys race, Swampscott’s Matt Mahoney was seventh overall with a time of 14:50. The Marblehead boys were fourth as a team behind sophomore A.J. Ernst’s 16th place effort of 15:11. Harrison Rodts was 28th in 15:34 and Conrad Rousseau ran 15:57.
Hamilton-Wenham’s boys were led by Matt Gillis (22nd, 15:26), Michael Allara (15:53) and Jack Blatchford (15:54).
In the D2 girls race, Bishop Fenwick’s Ariana Maida was 26th in 18:11.
Among D1 boys, Beverly’s Campbell Wood was 48th in 15:30. Masconomet’s Harry Kent was 28th in 15:17.
St. John’s Prep’s Luke Bulger was 45th in 15:28.