West Point, Fairview and Hanceville were 7-8-9 and Holly Pond was 12th, with all five counting runners from each of the four local schools cracking the top 100 in a sizable field of 215.
The Warriors were led by Nick Johnson (17:10) in 13th. He was followed by Joey Riggs (18:13), 40th; Nick Parrott (18:18), 43rd; Nick Roman (18:31), 52nd; and Luke Tucker (19:12), 78th.
The host Aggies' best time came from Reece Walker (17:43), who glided to 27th. Other Fairview contributors were Jerrami Browder (18:28), 49th; Colby Chapman (18:33), 54th; Kurtis Miller (19:20), 84th; and Jacob Guthrie (19:48), 97th.
Matt Burns (17:17) was the boy to beat for the Bulldogs in 16th. Hanceville's other scores came from Evan McMilan (18:11), 38th; Casey Guthery (18:25), 47th; Ethan Yarbrough (19:13), 79th; and Kaleb Jones (19:32), 90th.
The Broncos' first and fifth runners finished a mere 34 seconds apart. Parker Smith (18:40) was out front in 57th, followed by Payden Smith (18:47) in 60th, Austin Hammonds (18:49) in 62nd, Dawson Foust (18:54) in 67th and Colton Teeling (19:04) in 75th.
Over on the girls' side, Fairview corralled ninth, Holly Pond and West Point 11-12 and Hanceville 14th.
Kennedy Chambers (22:19) was tops for the Aggies in 41st, followed by Tiffany Lodge (22:40) in 47th, August Stancil (23:43) in 66th, Maddie McNutt (23:57) in 68th and McKenna Chambers (26:48) in 102nd.
The Broncos' Nikki Christie (21:25) didn't waste any time en route to a 26th-place result. Holly Pond's other contributors were Haley Higginbotham (24:06), 71st; Savanah Reid (24:49), 78th; Logan Chambers (24:52), 79th; and Elizabeth Thompson (25:22), 86th.
Abby Wilson (22:41) anchored the Warriors in 48th, followed by Maddie Whitesell (23:32) in 62nd, Hannah Wisener (24:06) in 72nd, Caty Hoffpauir (25:49) in 90th and Ailysa Barnett (27:25) in 105th.
The Bulldogs' counting scores came from Maleah Howell (24:26), 74th; Jade Hollingsworth (24:45), 77th; Dulce Daniel (30:31), 121st; Gracie Simmons (30:43), 122nd; and Katie Owens (32:10), 125th.
% The Times' sports editor Rob Ketcham contributed to this report.