The Lancers' boys and girls varsity cross-country teams finished fifth and second place, respectively, in the weekend Warrior Invitational in Muskego.
Brookfield Central boys scored 171 points — or fifth out of 16 teams — with Waukesha North taking top team honors with 71 points.
Central's girls finished second out of 17 teams with 67 points, just seven points behind host Muskego.
Individually, Lancer athletes topped their courses.
Boys: Senior Carl Hirsch crossed the finish line in a time of 15:42, followed by Waukesha North's Jacob Jodat at 16:06, on the course at Lake Denoon Middle School.
Central junior Daniel Pearson finished 32nd (17:36); senior John Tzortzos was 41st (17:42); junior Kevin Rindfleisch was 44th (17:44); and sophomore Riley Tsang was 53rd (17:54).
Girls: Lancer junior Elizabeth Flatley was first with a time of 14:35, followed by Kenosha Tremper's Brittney Feivor's 14:41.
Junior Paulina Agnello finished 11th (15:37); junior Danielle Kulpins was 14th (15:40); sophomore Megan Hlava was 18th (15:53); and sophomore Kasey Ledvorowski was 23rd (16:07).
Brookfield Academy's boys team finshed 14th out of 16, with senior Elias Volk leading the team at 14th (17:03).
The academy's girls team was 15 out of 17, led by junior Mary Beth Griffin who was 28th with a time of 16:17.