The El Diamante girls and Redwood boys capped perfect West Yosemite League seasons at the league championship meet on Thursday at Cutler Park.
Both teams entered the meet with 6-0 dual records and clinched their respective titles outright by winning on Thursday.
The El Diamante girls scored 27 points, Mt. Whitney took second with 51 points, Golden West finished third with 52 points, Redwood took fourth with 99 points and Lemoore took fifth with 134 points.
The Redwood boys just edged Mt. Whitney 48-49. El Diamante took third with 70 points, Hanford finished fourth with 76 points, Golden West took fifth with 126 points and Lemoore finished sixth with a score of 166.
Leading the way for the El Diamante girls was Marianna Flores, who won the 3-mile race with a time of 19 minutes, 42 seconds.
Her teammate Nicole Kresbach took second with a time of 20:09, Golden West's Rebecca Harris took third with a time of 20:19, and Mt. Whitney's Victoria Tovar finished fourth with a time of 20:36.
On the boys side, it was El Diamante's Jacob Bilvado winning the individual WYL title. He finished the race in a time of 15:58.
Golden West's Santos Chavez took second with a time of 16:18 and Redwood's Eric Molina took third with a time of 16:30.
Redwood's Adam Gonzalez took fourth with a time of 16:39 and Mt. Whitney's Rodrigo Salado rounded out the top five with a time of 16:43.