The Manhattan High girls cross country team won its 10th consecutive Centennial League title in Hayden on Saturday.

Sophomore Jenna Keeley finished first overall for the girls. Senior Ella Rosenkranz and freshman Amelia Knopp placed second and third for the Indians while sophomore Rachel Corn found her way into the top 10, placing eighth.

“I was extremely proud of our athletes today,” Manhattan head coach Susan Melgares said. “Our girls dug in during the second part of the race to overtake Washburn’s team and earn their title.”

The boys team placed second behind Washburn Rural, and junior Daniel Harkin took first place. Senior Luke Wichmann and junior Gavin Erickson had top-10 finishes, placing seventh and ninth.

“The boys also fought hard to chase down Rural and gained a lot of ground on their team, but didn’t have quite enough steam to get the win,” Melgares said. “A great majority of our kids ran personal bests today. Our coaching staff is very happy for them and proud of their efforts.”

Girls team results:

1. Manhattan 26

2. Washburn Rural 43

3. Emporia 60

4. Seaman 102

5. Junction City 147

6. Hayden 170

Boys results:

1. Washburn Rural 37

2. Manhattan 48

3. Seaman 95

4. Emporia 102

5. Topeka West 115

6. Hayden 115

7. Topeka 184

8. Junction City 224

Girls individual scores:

1st – Jenna Keeley, So., 18:51.60

2nd – Ella Rosenkranz – Sr., 19:08.00

3rd – Amelia Knopp, Fr., 19:11.60

8th – Rachel Corn, So., 19:54.10

12th – Madelyn McCollough, Sr., 20:09.90

13th – Morgan Turner, 13th, 20:12.20

14th – Halle Gaul, So., 20:19.70

Boys individual scores

1st – Daniel Harkin, Jr., 15:14.20

7th – Luke Wichmann, Sr., 16:23.10

9th – Gavin Erickson, Jr., 16:25.10

15th – Ben Mosier, So., 16:37.40

16th – Sean Anderson, Jr., 16:40.20

27th – Matthew Pickering, Sr., 17:34.30

35th – Max Bowyer, So., 17:57.30