Hayley Redwine, Norman
Redwine finished third at the 6A state cross country championships with a time of 11:35 and was second to state champ Emily Helms of Mustang in the west regional.
Kyra Fuller, Mustang
Mustang's heir apparent to Emily Helms, Fuller had an impressive season which included seventh in the state meet even though she was hurt at the end of the season.
Fuller won the pre-state meet at Edmond Santa Fe with a course record 11:28 and helped Mustang to a second-place finish at state, its highest team finish since winning the state title in 2004.
Jaclyn Hummel, Edmond Memorial
Hummel ran on Edmond Memorial's state title team as a freshman last season. This season, she finished third at the conference meet and finished eighth at the state meet.
Abbey Mace, Norman North
The Timberwolves top runner makes All-City Cross Country for the second straight season. She finished fourth at regionals and 11th at the state meet, running an 11:49.11, helping Norman North to a third-place finish behind Jenks and Mustang.
Audrey Campbell, Mount Saint Mary
Campbell finished third in the Class 4A state championships and was the biggest reason Mount Saint Mary won its first state title in girls cross country.
Lexi Bingham, Piedmont
Lexi finished fifth at the 5A state meet, place second at both the pre-state and Suburban Conference meets, and won the 5A west regional.
Runner of the Year
Emily Helms, Mustang
For the second straight year, Helms captured the 6A state championship and set a course record in doing so. She will run next season at Oklahoma State University.
Coach of the Year
Jeremy Grondin, Mount Saint Mary
Grondin joined the Mount Saint Mary coaching staff as an assistant last season before taking over as head coach this season. In his first year at the helm, Mount Saint Mary won the 4A state championship.