Sardis secondary had two athletes finish inside the top five Thursday, carrying the Falcons to first place at the Fraser Valley cross-country championship.
Kristian Biela and Tanner Geary led the way for the senior boys, who finished just five points ahead of Walnut Grove.
Biela was fourth overall in a field of 157, finishing in 22:33.43.
Geary was one spot behind, crossing the line in 22:35.31.
Samir Rehmtulla (23:45.50) and Daniel James (23:47.09) finished 17th and 18th with Owen Wright (24:01.85) 20th and Logan Clegg (24:34.44) 24th.
The Falcons also had Steven Landriault (28th), Keegan Schram-Smith (30th), Kai Soltys (105th) and Jack MacIsaac (119th) competing.
Keegan Lightle didn’t race due to injury.
The team will compete at the BC Championship, taking place Nov. 7 at Jericho Park in Vancouver.
Sardis finished in 10th place last year.
Find full results from Fraser Valleys at fraservalleyxc.com