Davis High handed the Modesto High boys cross country team its first dual meet loss since the Modesto Metro Conference was formed in 2004.
In a reversal of last year's score, the Spartans edged the Panthers 27-28 at Legion Park in what Davis coach Matt Soderlund called "an exciting race with two amazing teams."
Matt Maldonado (16 minutes, 5 seconds) and Marty Pyatt (16:09) finished 1-2 for Modesto (2-1 MMC) on the 3.03-mile course.
But Davis (3-0) took the 3-4-5-6 spots with Roberto Rosas (16:16), Ronnie Bruce (16:31), Chris Izquierdo (16:33) and Victor Vieyra (16:35).
"Our guys have been working harder than I've ever seen them," Soderlund said. "They are focused. They are a team in every sense, from the first to the last runner."
ESCALON INVITATIONAL, at Woodward Reservoir -- Bret Harte High runners Matt Airola (17:09) and Katie O'Connor (21:27) led the boys and girls races from start to finish, helping the Bullfrogs edge Escalon for both team titles.
JOHANSEN BOYS 27, DOWNEY 28, at East La Loma Park -- The Knights' Ethan Keantbe won in 17:52, but the victorious Vikings (1-2) got a second from Javier Baca (18:13) and also took the 4-5-6 spots.
BEYER BOYS 15, ENOCHS 50, at Legion Park -- Masis Hagobian of the Patriots won in 17:14.
DAVIS GIRLS 26, MODESTO 29, at Legion Park -- Amanda Innes won in 19:17 to help the Spartans (3-0 MMC) top the Panthers (2-1 MMC).
JOHANSEN GIRLS 23, DOWNEY 31, at East La Loma Park -- Winner Erica Mann (21:12) helped the Vikings (1-2 MMC) prevail.
BEYER GIRLS 16, ENOCHS 45, at Legion Park -- Crystal Esparza (20:27) won for the Patriots.
BEYER 2, ENOCHS 1, at Downey -- The Patriots (2-4-2 MMC) scored in the 77th minute to take the lead as Adam Conway, who was moved to midfield earlier in the match, scored on Scott Ingram's cross.
DOWNEY 3, JOHANSEN 0, at Downey -- Jose Villa had two goals and an assist, and goalkeeper Diego Vierra made nine saves for the Knights (5-1-2 MMC).
CENTRAL CATHOLIC 2, LIVINGSTON 1, at Central -- The Raiders got goals in the last 10 minutes from Kris Zizzo and Alec Vitale after Martin Artista scored for LHS.
DOWNEY 3, JOHANSEN 0, at Downey -- Elise Neville had seven kills, five aces and five blocks for the Knights (7-1 MMC) in their 25-17, 25-10, 25-14 victory over the Vikings (4-3 MMC).
MODESTO 3, DAVIS 0, at Modesto -- The Panthers (8-0 MMC) won 25-15, 25-15, 25-9. Modesto coach Adrienne Uecker said, "Wendy Applegate played a great all-around game, with kills, blocks and defense."
BEYER 3, ENOCHS 1, at Beyer -- The hitting of Chantal Martin (13 kills, three aces) helped the Patriots (3-4 MMC) to a 22-25, 31-29, 25-23, 25-16 win over the Eagles (1-6).