Fort High was represented well by the 17 athletes who made the trip to Sudbury for the OFSAA cross-country championships on Saturday.
After winning every NorWOSSA race this season, Trent Wilson again was a star for the Muskies at the all-Ontarios as he ran to a fifth-place finish in the Novice boys' 4K race.
Wilson clocked in with an outstanding time of 14:31.20 in the 263-runner field to crack the top 10 of the entire province.
He was followed by Caden McGinnis in 147th (16:59.39), Maverick Morrisseau in 174th (17:14.71), and Jackson Marchant in 255th (20:40.48).
Alexia Gate was able to crack the top 100 in the Novice girls' 4K race, winding up 68th in the 255-runner field with a time of 17:58.06.
She was followed by Leah Seguin in 124th (18:45.26), Chloe Dolyny in 147th (19:14.96), and Arianna Hyatt in 248th (23:49.64).
Montana Plasky had the top showing for the Muskies in the junior girls' 5K race in placing 150th in the 253-runner field with a time of 25:33.60.
Emma Toriseva was just behind in 152nd (25:35.65).
Corbin Riches wound up 150th out of 256 runners in the in the junior boys' 5K race, clocking in with a time of 21:54.74.
In senior action, meanwhile, Greta Fedoruk was tops among the Muskies in finishing 163rd out of 261 runners in the girls' 6K race with a time of 30:57.11.
She was followed by Ashlyn Beck in 168th (31:15.17), Tori Toriseva in 201st (32:34.81), Jaida Norris in 210th (32:56.09), and Alacea Yerxa in 247th (36:42.89).
Owen Riches was the lone competitor for Fort High in the senior boys' 6K race, winding up 219th in the 264-runner field with a time of 26:25.94 to round out the Muskie finishes at OFSAA.