The Rome Free Academy boys and girls cross-country teams swept the Tri Valley League Championships.

RFA sophomore Emily Toth-Ratazzi won the girls race while Nathaniel Sletten captured the boys title with his teammate Nicolas Ferretti finishing as the runner-up Tuesday at Deerfield Wilderness Park in Deerfield.

The victories by Toth-Ratazzi and Sletten also led to the RFA girls and boys teams winning the team TVL titles for the second year in a row. RFA’s Black Knights shared the girls title with Camden one year after edging the Blue Devils by one point.

Toth-Ratazzi won the girls race in 19:09.7 seconds. Many of her RFA teammates finished near each other as the Black Knights tied Camden with 45 points. RFA eighth-grader Kayleana Vandeusen (eighth place, 20:48.1), freshman Marlo Townsend (ninth, 21:00.5), junior Avery Hilderbran (13th, 21:46.4), freshman Julissa Luciano (14th, 21:46.7), freshman Shannen Calandra (21st, 22:57.9) and senior Noelle Mastraccio (33rd, 23:56.3) each scored points for the Black Knights.

Camden sophomore Elizabeth Lucason — winner of the 2018 and 2016 TVL Championships — was this year’s runner-up after finishing in 19:31.2. Her older sister, senior Morgan Lucason, finished sixth in 20:24.3. Camden senior Haley Hinds (10th place, 21:02.7), senior Catherine Seidl (21:41.9), sophomore Sydney Coleman (21:49.0), freshman Ivy Murphy (26th, 23:21.1) and sophomore Kiera Burke (30th, 23:43.4) each collected points to help the Blue Devils share the team title.

Rounding out the top-five finishers in the girls race was Oneida sophomore Maddy Mack (third, 19:48.2), New Hartford junior Kaylee Lacreta (fourth, 20:05.1) and Oneida freshman Juliana Elberson (20:18.4).

In the boys race, Sletten (17:07.0) and Ferretti (17:18.6) finished 1-2 one year after finishing 3-4. RFA was able to defend its TVL team title, beating runner-up Vernon-Verona-Sherrill 36-65. RFA senior Aaron Russell (eighth, 18:20.4), junior Sven Van Hoesel (ninth, 18:29.9), junior Logan Pratt (16th, 18:58.3), senior Derek Millington (18th, 19:02.3) and junior Hunter Frisch (28th, 19:39.0) earned points for the Knights.

The top five boys was rounded out by Central Valley Academy senior Nolan Stone (third, 17:52.7), Camden senior Jeremy Plumley (fourth, 17:54.1) and Whitesboro junior David Lamore (18:07.5).

The Section III Championships are Saturday, Nov. 9, at VVS High School in Verona. The meet will begin at 10 a.m.