Madison Central's top distance runners put together remarkable individual performances on Saturday at the Cougar Prowl Invitational in Somerset.
Junior Brady Masters - last year's Class AAA state runner-up - won the boys 5K race by nearly two minutes, finishing the course in a personal-best time of 15:38.98.
Ciara O'Shea was just as dominant. The sophomore - who has won the past two Class AAA state titles - posted a time of 17:40.53 and won by more than 90 seconds.
That mark was 10 seconds under her previous personal-best time.
Led by Masters, Central took first place in the boys team competition. The Indians (37) had three runners in the Top 10. Southwestern (78) was second and North Laurel (96) was third.
Marcus Hutchinson was fourth in a time of 17:39.45. Wesley Stokes (18:05.04) was seventh. Austin Jacobson finished 12th, Chase Ruhl was 13th, Nicholas Sundys was 17th, Carter Lamb placed 22nd and Tristen Sizemore was 25th.
Led by O'Shea, the Lady Indians (82) finished just behind Pulaski County (79) for the girls team title. Southwestern (92) was third.
Central's Amilya Reynolds took ninth place in a time of 21:40.71. Jamie Gugel was 15th in a time of 22:11.22. Meredith Campbell was 17th and Ava Mathes was 49th.