The Tualatin High School girls cross country team just keeps on winning.
The Wolves got their latest win on Saturday, when they triumphed at the 13-school Bryant Park Invitational.
The deep Tualatin squad took first place with a team score of 49 points. Wilsonville took second place at 75.
Junior Devon Frazier led the way for Tualatin at the invitational. She placed fifth, individually, with a time of 19 minutes, 49.9 seconds for the 5,000-meter race.
Freshman Emily Wheeler was right behind her in sixth with a time of 19:53.4. Junior Hannah Points ran to 11th at 20:22.3, Melissa Arndorfer was 15th at 21:03.5, Jeanette Jones was 17th at 21:04.2, Amanda Welter was 19th at 21:05.1 and Kelsey Stilson was 24th at 21:10.6.
The Tualatin boys finished seventh in the team standings with 182 points.
Timothy Plunkett paced the Wolves, finishing 17th in 17:13.5. Kevin Oliver was 28th at 17:30.8, Gary Roberson was 33rd at 17:40.6, Will Downey was 42nd at 17:47.7, Neil LaTourette was 62nd at 18:24.8, Michael Nelson wsa 65th at 18:29.6 and Patrick Kubisiak was 72nd at 18:43.7.