Behind a second-place finish from junior Tyler Sievert (16:28), the Oak Harbor boys cross country team finished second at the Sandusky Bay Conference Championships for the third consecutive year.
Port Clinton, meanwhile, finished in third place with 66 points, just one point behind the Rockets. Perkins won with 39 points. Huron (89), Edison (129), St. Mary CC (141), Clyde (172) and Margaretta (189) finished fourth thru eighth to round out the scoring.
In addition to Sievert's finish, teammate Jake Wistinghausen earned first-team league honors with a 17:10, followed by Port Clinton's Nick Reineck (17:12). Oak Harbor' Bryce was ninth (17:22) and the Port Clinton trio of David Leone (17:23), Logan Pratt (17:34) and Ty Gallogly (17:53) finished 10th, 14th and 15th, respectively.
Oak Harbor's Tim Poiry was 17th in 17:57, Port Clinton's Michael Leone was 19th in 17:59 and Nathan Purk of Oak Harbor rounded out both team's top-five with a 30th-place finish in 18:30.
On the girls side, Perkins won the meet with 26 points, followed by Edison (58), Huron (101), Oak Harbor (124) and Port Clinton (125). Clyde (132), St. Mary CC (141) and Margaretta (238) rounded out the scoring.
The Rockets did not have any runners earn first- or second-team status, but Trinity Gephart was 18th, followed by Taylor Dunn (22nd), Kennedy Preston (25th), Madelaine Newman (29th) and Summer Swope (30th).
The Redskins were led by senior Claire Zielinski, who was 15th, followed by Hannah Weaver (17th), Kennedy Gulas (20th), Gabby Camerato (33rd) and Rachel Reineck (40th).