Ticonderoga toppled Beekmantown, 28-31, in Champlain Valley Athletic Conference girls cross country action Oct. 27.
The win gave the Sentinels six victories on the season, the school's best since 2003. The club features four freshmen, a sophomore and a junior in it's top seven runners.
Ti also dropped a 16-41 decision to Seton Catholic.
Senior Katie Karkoski paced Ti, finishing sixth.
Tabitha Taylor was 10th, Jordana Green 11th, Becky Barber 13th, Hannah Herbst 114th and Alaina Bevilacqua 15th, Markie teRiele 16th and Brittany Holt 17th.
In the boys meet, Ticonderoga lost to Beekmantown, 17-42, and Seton Catholic, 20-40.
Beekmantown is the CVAC champion.
Jay Berube was seventh for the Sentinels, followed by Josh Cook in ninth place.
Kevin Densmore wa 17th, Ben Karkoski 21st, Mike Barber 23rd, Pat Lonergan 24th and Ben Chapman 28th for the Sentinels.
Ticonderoga took fourth place at the Champlain Valley Athletic Conference boy championship meet Oct. 31.
The Sentinels garnered 112 points. Beekmantown won with 30.
Jay Berube led Ti, finishing seventh with Josh Cook 10th.
Kevin Densmore was 32nd, Mike Barber 37th and Ben Karkoski 38th for the locals.
Ticonderoga took seventh place in the girls race with 165 points. Saranac Lake won with 50.
Katie Karkoski paced the Sentinels, finishing 23rd.
Jordana Green was 33rd, Hannah Herbst 34th, Markie teRiele 42nd, Becky Barber 43rd and Brittany Holt 46th for Ti.