Alicia Bremer and Jemal Reta won their respective age groups at the B.C. cross-country championships in Abbotsford last week.
Bremer took top spot in the nine-year-old girls' 1,500-metre run, finishing in a time of 7:17.20 for the New West Spartans, more than a second ahead of runner-up Olivia McAuley of Valley Royals.
Reta, who also trains with the Spartans, took the boys' 15-year division title in a sprint to the finish against Langley Mustangs' Nickolas Colyn. Reta's winning time in the 3,000m race was 9:08.81.
Royal City Track's Grace Fetherstonhaugh finished fourth in the 12-year-old girls' 3,000m.
Spartan 10-year-old Tirus Glowacki was sixth in the boys' 2,000m race.
Shea Janke and Jeremy Belcher placed sixth and eighth, respectively, for Royal City in the boys' 11-year division.
Emily Chilton of Royal City was ninth in the girls' 13-year 3,000m.
Douglas College student Travis Fraser placed eighth over a seven-kilometre distance.