The sights and sounds of hundreds of feet — motored by the legs of hard-working high school student-athletes — that pounded across the Medomak Valley High School/Medomak Middle School campus and along the Neil W. Lash Nature Trail were a beautiful thing to behold on Friday afternoon, Sept. 14 during the Panthers' annual homecoming meet.

The event attracted more than 200 young runners from more than a dozen schools and was, according to longtime Medomak Valley coach George Gould, the largest regular-season — non-invitational and postseason — meet in the state.

Watch video, and see photos, below.

The meet also saw the continued tremendous seasons from the Camden Hills girls and Lincoln Academy of Newcastle boys, who again dominated the competition en route to team victories.

In fact, the Windjammers, who finished as unbeaten league, regional and state Class A champions last year, had the top three finishers and their five scoring runners among the top eight. The Eagles also had the top three finishers.

The impressive performances included another sensational journey by Camden Hills' Augusta Stockman, who finished first in 19:30.78, as she bested the field by a whopping one minute and 10 seconds. Stockman has finished first in all her races this season.

For the boys, Lincoln Academy's Sam Russ finished first in 16:38.34.

There were 76 girls and 125 boys finishers.

Stockman and Russ also made strong runs at the course records, held by Russ (16:24.06) and Camden Hills' Grace Iltis (19:09.53), both set last year.

The girls team scores were: Camden Hills 21, Cony or Augusta 55, Boothbay-Wiscasset 124, Lincoln Academy of Newcastle 126, Waterville 139, Belfast 144, Medomak Valley 147, Erskine Academy of South China 182, North Haven, Morse of Bath, Gardiner and Lawrence of Fairfield no score.

The boys team scores were: Lincoln Academy 34, Morse 64, Cony 96, Boothbay-Wiscasset 109, Erskine Academy 117, Camden Hills 142, Belfast 158, Lawrence 240, Gardiner 260, Medomak Valley 263, Oceanside, Waterville, Islesboro and North Haven no score.

The individual results for Medomak Valley, Camden Hills, Belfast, Islesboro and North Haven girls runners were: 1, Augusta Stockman, CH, 19:30.78; 2, Miranda Dunton, CH, 20:40.95; 3, Elsie Hildreth, CH, 20:49.77; 7, Claire Wyman, CH, 21:25.55; 8, Phoebe Root, CH, 21:44.55; 9, Rose O'Brian, CH, 22:10.52; 12, Lauren Rothwell, CH, 22:45.60; 19, Kaitlyn Kessel, CH, 23:31.44; 21, Lillie Mitchell, Bel, 23:47.32; 22, Alma Bournival, CH, 23:49.03; 26, Caitlin Maddocks, Bel, 24:20.40; 28, Mackenzie Emerson, Med, 24:22.33; 29, Alexis Parent, Med, 24:22.36; 32, Margaret Richmond, CH, 24:59.96; 33, Gia Davila, Bel, 25:01.86; 36, Bella Gallace, CH, 25:11.99; 38, Emily Mahoney, Med, 25:27.48; 42, Allison Morse, CH, 25:49.02; 43, Jordan Kulbe, Bel, 26:03.68; 45, Jayla Robinson, Med, 26:53.97; 52, Reese Hesseltine, Med, 28:05.28; 64, Aiden Pike, Med, 30:05.43; 67, Rowan Walsh, Bel, 31:02.62; 69, Morgan Flanders, Med, 31:21.29; 70, Elizabeth Bowman, Med, 31:22.52; 72, Molly Jennings, Med, 31:57.59; 73, Genevieve Thimlar, Med, 33:33.26; 74, Rhiannon Gould, Med, 33:39.85; 75, Guide Karisa, NH, 34:56.86; and 76, Hannah Littlefield, Bel, 36:13.52.

Layla Sparhawk of North Haven and Kassi Soule of Medomak Valley also participated.

The individual results for Medomak Valley, Camden Hills, Belfast, Oceanside, Islesboro and North Haven boys runners were: 7, Eamon Goscinski, Bel, 17:57.27; 15, Hayden Thibeault, CH, 18:46.56; 28, Nate Vanlonkhuyzen, CH, 19:36.74; 30, Ian Orsmond, CH, 19:44.83; 33, Joseph Potter, Bel, 19:54.50; 37, Connor Daigle, Med, 20:10.41; 38, Elias Porter, CH, 20:11.63; 41, Acer Van Dis, Isles, 20:40.45; 42, Mitiku Yeatts, Isles, 20:40.58; 45, Gary Moline, Bel, 20:43.22; 47, Addison Weisbruch, CH, 20:44.57; 48, Brian Rollerson, Bel, 20:45.69; 49, Nolan Gahagan, Med, 20:48.27; 50, Nicholas Ritchie, Bel, 20:51.66; 55, Eli Jolliffe, Bel, 20:59.47; 60, Elias Howard, Bel, 21:21.60; 68, Keegan Fitzgerald, Ocean, 22:03.87; 69, Robin Apollonio, CH, 22:08.31; 71, Zachary Armstrong, Bel, 22:20.33; 78, Jonathan McDevitt, CH, 22:45.15; 79, Colin Stewart, CH, 22:45.61; 80, Sam Poutasse, CH, 22:55.74; 83, Ben Kern, CH, 23:11.72; 91, Ryan Lynch, Oceans, 23:36.43; 93, Jame Rose, Med, 23:45.60; 95, Danila Borodaenko, CH, 23:51.60; 97, Alex Mahar, Ocean, 23:54.10; 99, Sam Veevaert, Bel, 24:06.09; 106, Patrick O'Donovan, Bel, 26:37.94; 108, Sawyer Carson, Bel, 26:49.23; 109, Ziheng Zheng, NH, 27:09.88; 111, Max Osbourne, Med, 27:50.69; 112, Julian Mayhorn, CH, 27:56.44; 115, Thomas Eagar, CH, 29:01.84; 116, Edwin Stone, Med, 29:40.87; 124, Deven Short, CH, 36:14.33; and 125, John Eagar, CH, 36:15.32.