The Missouri cross-country season has concluded and state champions have been crowned.
Layton had a double win on Friday, winning the Class 2 individual title (16:25.2) and helped the Cardinals win the school's first title in the sport.
The Northwest Missouri State pledge became only the second boys three-time championship after running a Class 1 record 15:48.2 on Friday.
The Kansas City-area runner highlighted the competition on Saturday by running 14:54.6 - two seconds off the state record. He's the school's first XC champion and the third-ever boy to win a title for the Blue Tigers.
The senior ended the season with wins in his last five races and took first in the Class 3 finals in 15:25.2 on Saturday.
A late pass of two runners, including a teammate, helped the Bruins sophomore win the Class 5 title on Saturday in 14:51.9.