The Franklin County High School boys and girls cross country teams competed in the Saturday Light Fever meet Saturday at Sanders Ferry Park in Hendersonville.
The teams were divided into Silver and Gold division with the Franklin County runners competing in the Silver class. The Rebelettes had four top-75 finishes, including one top-10 finish, in the 112-runner field for the girls while the Rebels had three runners in the top 100 out of 154 boys competitors.
Kara McDaniel had the top placement of the day for Franklin County as she finished 10th in the girls race with a time of 22:01.
Sophie Roberts would be the next Rebelette across the finish line as she finished 60th with a mark of 24:58.
Catherine Money and Nora Daugherty finished within close proximity to each other as they took 66th and 69th, respectively, with times of 25:25 and 25:30.
The times for the Rebelettes would be rounded out by Zulema Martinez in 77th place with a mark of 26:05.
The top time for the Rebels belonged to Nathan Bradford, who placed 60th for the race with a mark of 19:51.
Teammate Owen Stewart followed that up with an 80th-place finish as he crossed the finish line in 20:12, and Daniel Heath came through shortly afterward with a time of 20:35 to take 89th place.
The remaining times for the Rebels on the day were Josiah Cruz in 110th with a time of 21:11 and Jayden Taylor taking 132nd place with a mark of 22:11.
In the team standings, the Rebelettes finished ninth out of 10 teams with a group score of 204. Columbia Academy took the top spot among the girls with a score of 67.
The Rebels placed 19th out of 20 squads with a combined score of 436, and the University School of Nashville won the boys title with 98 points.
The Rebels and Rebelettes will next compete on Saturday in the Mid-State Cross Country Association championship meet at Buckner City Park in Dickson. The meet is scheduled to begin at 10 a.m.