KINGSTON, Ont. - The Laval Rouge et Or made history Saturday, becoming the first RSEQ squad to win a Canadian women's cross-country championship.

Laval led the team standings at the end of the eight-kilometre race with 55 points, edging out the Queen's Gaels (62) and the Guelph Gryphons (108).

Laval had two top-3 overall finishes and four of the top seven with Aurelie Dube-Lavoie and Catherine Beachemin crossing the line second and third, respectively. Brogan MacDougall of Queen's was first.

On the men's side, the Calgary Dinos took first place in their 10-km race with 75 points, followed by the Gryphons (89) and the McMaster Marauders (94).

Calgary had three top-10 finishes with Russell Pennock leading the way in third place.

Guelph's Connor Black finished first overall and Jean-Simon Desgagnes of the Rouge et Or was second.


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