The Streetsboro girls cross country team placed third with 81 points at the five-team Portage Trail Conference County Division Meet Oct. 12 at Randolph Fairgounds.
Woodridge, which took the top six spots, dominated the competition with 15 points.
James A. Garfield was second with 67 points.
Woodridge's Madison Spreitzer placed first out of 75 runners with a time of 20 minutes, 9.45 seconds.
Senior co-captain Meghan Westerh led the Rockets with a 14th-place time of 22:08.42. She earned second-team All-PTC County honors.
Rounding out the top five for Streetsboro were Megan Melice (18th, 22:39.58), Dana Bindus (25th, 23:27.67) and Madison Westerh (33rd, 24:05.18). Melice and Bindus earned All-PTC County honorable mention.
"Several girls were able to run new personal-best times to end their season, including several seniors," Rockets head coach Robb Kidd said. "Overall, the team continues to get healthy and run more competitively. I was proud of our aggressive start as a team. "The emotion of the day allowed my girls to run with an edge, with something to prove as they ended their experiences with the sport. We have always been lucky to have great kids. After the league meet, we cut to our top nine for district preparation."
The Streetsboro boys also placed third with 100 points at the six-team PTC County Division Meet.
Woodridge easily won the competition with 20 points and Rootstown took second with 53 points.
Rootstown's Morgan Williams placed first out of 63 runners with a time of 17 minutes, 15.78 seconds.
Woodridge took the next seven spots.
Jake Gould led the Rockets with a 15th-place time of 18:43.18.
Rounding out the top five for Streetsboro were Tyler Garman (19th, 18:58.75), Jake Suttell (34th, 20:13.1), Tomlin Burgess (36th, 20:18.56) and Jacob Fifik (46th, 21:16.78).
The Rockets are scheduled to run at a Division II district meet Oct. 19 at Goodyear Park in Akron. The first race is set to begin at 1 p.m.