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We have selected seven overall performances by a team or individual from the 2022 CIF-State Cross Country Championships. What was the top girls performance?
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* Buchanan (CS) won a third consecutive Division I title, setting a division team points record at 40 (118 ahead of second place), while running the fourth fastest team time (89:32) in D-I history.
* Oaks Christian (SS) junior Payton Godsey ran away with the Division IV title with the second-fastest time of the day, 17:00.1, the fifth fastest time by a girl in D-IV and the fourth fastest time by a junior girl, while leading her team to the runners-up award.
* Poway (SD) junior Tessa Buswell made up two position spots late and used her 800-meter speed in the final 100 meters to win the Division I title in 17:25.0.
* Ventura (SS) sophomore Sadie Engelhardt ran away with the Division II title in the fastest time of the meet, 16:57.9, the third fastest time ever in Division II and the third fastest time ever by a sophomore girl at the State Meet.
* Crystal Springs Uplands School (CC) senior Kaiya Brooks ran away with the Division V title in 17:54.2 while leading her team to a two-point victory as part of a boys-girls sweep of the D-V titles.
* Montgomery (NC) sophomore Hanne Thomsen won a second-consecutive Division III title, running 17:12.8, the second-fastest time ever in D-III.
* Campolindo (NC) won a third consecutive Division III title, and seventh overall, scoring 63 points, winning by 65 points and running the third-fastest team time 92:08 in D-III history.