Tualatin's Emily Wheeler won the PAC9 League in 18:21: a time that is the third-best ever in conference history. Her Tualatin team mates Kristin Coffman & Ali Cross followed her to seal the team victory. The Tualatin girls qualified for State with a low total of 24 points. Canby's McKayla Fricker moved up nicely at the end to claim fourth & lead her team to a narrow victory over Forest Grove by a 64 to 70 margin. Maggie Ruwitch provide ample support for Canby by placing 12th & frosh Krissy Peterson moved nicely through the pack late in the race to finish 14th. Girls individual qualifiers were Laura & Eredi Pinter of Forest Grove, Emily Shelton & Talli Koskela of Newberg.

Robin Fahy of McMinnville made a late move to surge from third to first to claim the boys' individual title in 16:26. Ian Welch of Tigard placed 2nd to earn an individual berth as well. Forest Grove, led by third place finisher Nick Robbins, won the team title, as Newberg, led by Joseph Pia in fourth, earned the other team berth to State by finishing second based on the sixth man tie-breaker. James McMahon was the crucial man for FG with his key effort. The other individual qualifiers Mark Medgin of Tigard & Nathan Love of Tualatin.