GLENVILLE — Scotia-Glenville swept Wednesday’s Foothills Council cross country meet with Johnstown at Indian Meadows.
The Scotia-Glenville boys notched a 19-40 win over the Sir Bills, while the girls posted a 17-46 victory.
Scotia-Glenville’s Noah Greski won the 2.83-mile boys race with a time of 15:53.9 as the Tartans swept the top three spots.
Alex Tebano (16:29.2) was second for the Tartans, while Tyler Greene (16:34.8) was third.
Trey Naselli was Johnstown’s top finisher, placing fourth with a time of 17:04.8.
Mike Pino (fifth, 17:35.1), Patrick Allen (eighth, 18:18.0) Finn Winters-Bona (ninth, 18:56.8) and Ethan Hodge (10th, 18:57.5) also posted top-10 finishers for Scotia-Glenville.
Alex Cwiakala (17:52.7) was sixth for Johnstown, while Vinnie Rizzo (18:04.5) was seventh.
Other Johnstown finishers included Tyler Downing (12th, 19:12.8), Garrett Bobowski (14th, 19::34.9), Alex DeMagistris (16th, 20:29.0), Dylan Jackson (17th, 20:32.1), Jayden Elston (18th, 20:32.7) and Matthew Ferrera (19th, 24:28.4).
Like the boys, the Scotia-Glenville girls also swept the top three spots on their way to the win.
Stephanie James won the 2.83-mile race for the Tartans, posting a time of 19:23.5. Delaney Krogh (19:59.1) was second and Erin Smith (20:12.6) was third for Scotia-Glenville, which had eight of the top-10 finishers.
Cole Krempa led Johnstown, placing fourth with a time of 20:52.3.
Sophia Allen (fifth, 21:34.2), Karaline McCarthy (sixth, 21:41.4), Ashlee Greene (seventh, 22:04.1), Kara Goldstein (eighth, 22:08.4) and Sadie Krogh (ninth, 22:20.0) also posted top-10 finishes for Scotia-Glenville.
Ayaka Sasaki (22:46.7) finished 10th for Johnstown.
Other finishers for the Lady Bills included Emily Pertell (11th, 23:28.1), Lucy LoDestro (12th, 23:45.8), Hannah Maxson (13th, 24:48.3) and Maddie King (15th, 28:58.1).
Johnstown is scheduled to host South Glens Falls at 9 a.m. on Saturday.