At the Cowboy Jamboree, Helms finished fourth overall and Smith placed fifth. Kyra Fuller of Mustang was eighth and Haley Redwine of Norman was ninth.
Both Helms and Smith finished behind Sapulpa's Abby Hoover, who placed third. Hoover was 21st at last year's 6A state cross country meet.
Jenks won the team title, while Norman North was third.
FORMER HUSKIE WINS
Former Edmond North runner Hannah Helker, a sophomore at Oklahoma Baptist University, won the 5K college division of the Cowboy Jamboree with a time of 18:15, finishing ahead of more than 200 competitors.
WAHPEPAH-HARRIS, SHOOK POST TOP 10 FINISHES
Norman's Mackenzie Wahpepah-Harris finished eighth and Edmond Memorial's Alex Shook was 10th at the Cowboy Jamboree, but they were not the top Oklahoma runners. Three Tulsa area runners finished ahead of them.
As a team, Edmond North placed third while Edmond Memorial was fifth. Bentonville, Ark., captured the team crown while Jenks was second.
OTHER TOP FINISHES
In the girls' 4A-5A division of the Cowboy Jamboree, Audrey Campbell of Mount St. Mary placed fifth and Lauren Roberts of Heritage Hall was eighth. Chandler's Chris Lowery won the boys' 3A and under division while Colton Green of Henryetta was second.
SAVAGES SWEEP ROCK CREEK INVITATIONAL
Tecumseh cross country swept the Rock Creek Invitational Tuesday in Sulphur as both the boys and girls squads won the team titles,
Tecumseh's boys had three of the top four finishers, with Logan Funderburk, Ricky Miranda and Duane Coleman finished first, second and fourth, respectively.
On the girls' side, freshman Tessa Potter finished second and freshman Taylor Williams finished second and third.
Sulphur's Ashley Hughes captured the individual girls' crown.