CUMBERLAND — The Scarborough boys and Bonny Eagle girls cruised to team victories in the Class A South regional cross country races Saturday at Twin Brook Recreation Area.

Anna Slager of Gorham won the girls’ individual race, covering the 5K course in 19:48.37, followed by Kialeigh Marston of Bonny Eagle (19:57.04) and Serena McKenzie of South Portland (20:02.62).

Bonny Eagle placed three runners in the top five and won with 44 points, to second-place Scarborough’s 60.

Those two teams and six others (Massabesic, Falmouth, South Portland, Westbrook, Kennebunk and Windham) qualified for next Saturday’s state championships at Twin Brooks.

In the boys’ race, Colin Tardiff of Scarborough led a 1-2-3 finish by Red Storm runners. Tardiff finished in 16:39.54, ahead of teammates Connor Doherty (16:46.21) and Andrew Sholl (16:47.35)

Scarborough won by 44 points, to second-place Falmouth’s 71. Windham, Westbrook, Deering, Marshwood, Biddeford, South Portland and Gorham also qualified for the state meet.

CLASS B: The Yarmouth High girls and Freeport High boys took first-place honors in the team races in the Class B South regionals.

Katherine Leggat-Barr and Carolyn Todd gave Greely High a 1-2 finish individually, with Leggat-Barr winning in 19:10.12.

But Yarmouth kept coming with runners, led by Abigail Hamilton’s third place. The Clippers finished with 55 points, to Greely’s 74. The next five teams also qualified for next week’s state meet at Twin Brooks – York, Cape Elizabeth, Freeport, Fryeburg Academy and Maranacook.

Luke Laverdiere of Yarmouth won the boys’ race in 16:32, followed closely by Greely’s Ryan Morrison (16:35) and Freeport’s Chandler Vincent (16:35.36).

Freeport placed five runners in the top 31 to total 59 points, to 78 from second-place York. The other state qualifiers included Greely, Yarmouth, Cape Elizabeth, Wells and Gray-New Gloucester.

CLASS C: Waynflete placed five runners in the top 28 to win the girls’ title, and Boothbay won the boys’ race.

In the girls’ race, Faith Blethen of Boothbay took individual honors, winning in 20:20.23.

Abby Pipkin paced Waynflete with a sixth-place finish.

Lisbon’s Nicholas Harriman won the boys’ race in 16:56.73.