The Missouri cross-country season has concluded and state champions have been crowned.
The Class 3 champion dominated the race on Saturday and her final time of 18:07.7 was nearly 21 seconds faster than the runner-up.
The favorite to win the Class 1 finals did just that and in an emphatic way - a win by 1:04 seconds on Friday.
Barnard, following in the footsteps of Grace Tyson's back-to-back title, ran 17:12.7 to win for the Lancers - setting the fastest time ever across all classes.
The sophomore closed out the season with wins in her last three races and took home the MSHSAA Class 2 championship on Friday.
The Tulsa pledge repeated as the Class 3 champion by running 18:27 on Saturday.