continued Loudonville resident Catherine Maloy led Holy Names by winning the individual title with a time of 17:39.67. Two more Holy Names runners finished before BH-BL's Emily Digman broke up the Albany private school's pack by placing fourth with a time of 17:58.98.
Digman is one of four BH-BL girls heading to the state meet next weekend to compete as part of the Section II team. Jordan Casey (seventh place, 18:27.60), Meagan Roecker (eighth, 18:29.74) and Lindsay Bachus (10th, 18:34.07) also qualified for states.
Scotia-Glenville was fifth in the girls team standings with 181 points, while Schalmont placed 11th with 308 points and Mohonasen finished 12th with 318 points.
In the boys Class B race, Bishop Gibbons eased past BH-BL 35-69 for the team title. Ravena-Coeymans-Selkirk was sixth with 187 points, and Scotia-Glenville finished seventh with 226 points.
BH-BL's John Rabideau and Patrick McGuinness both qualified for the state meet with top-10 finishes. Rabideau was sixth with a time of 15:47.68, and McGuinness placed eighth with a time of 15:50.76.
Mekeel Christian Academy took second place in the boys Class D team standings with 86 points behind top-10 finishes by Jake Urys and Ryun Murphy. Urys qualified for the state meet with a third-place time of 16:30.17, while Murphy finished eighth with a time of 16:52.17.
Greenwich won the Sectional title in Class D with 55 points.
The state meet takes place Saturday, Nov. 10, at Elma Meadows Golf Course near Buffalo.