The Daniel Boone Homestead course was as mean to its competitors as ever, but that didn't stop Pioneer Athletic Conference harriers from putting up some of the best performances in the meet's history. Behind freshman sensation Khrystina Bauman, who finished third in 20:03, the Perkiomen Valley girl's XC team managed their fourth consecutive PAC10 title under Coach Ryan Sullivan. "Our team lost a couple of big name girls over the past few years, but the young talent we have and a lot of hard work was all we needed." Upper Perk senior and distance stud Kristin Reed finally picked up her well deserved PAC10 XC title, after years of battling with Perk Valley's top name female runners like Brittany Long and Sarah Roberts. Reed won the race in 19:27, 26 seconds ahead of the next finisher.
In the boy's race, Boyertown junior Jason Weller, an indoor state medalist in the 3000m and an outdoor state medalist in the 3200m last year, picked up his first PAC10 XC title, after "tying" Owen J Roberts graduate Austin Craven in last year's race, when both athletes were recorded at 16:10. Craven was awarded the win. This year, Weller finished in 15:41, 51 seconds ahead of OJR junior Danny McClimmon, who was second in 16:32. Weller, and sophomore teammate Mark Dennin, who was third in 16:39, lead Boyertown to a close 40-45 win over OJR.