Sophomore Madisyn Norris ran the 3.1-mile course in 20 minutes, 22 seconds at the McIntosh Nature Preserve in Whitesburg.
Norris finished fifth in the girls race for schools in Class A through Class AAAA.
Callaway coach Julie Dalphrey said about 200 runners and around 80 teams participated in the meet.
“We did great,” Dalphrey said.
On the boys’ side, Callaway’s Evan Reed also ran a personal-best when he finished with a time of 19:36.23. “Pretty much all my runners with the exception of two ran personal bests,” Dalfrey said said.
Callaway’s runners included Mackenzie Scott (26:47) and Kinsleigh Stephens (28:45) on the girls’ side, and (Chase Drake 21:49), Carter Dagenhart (21:50), Thomas Spader (22:04), C.J. Maura (22:50), Matthew Pike (22:51) and Kyle Shelnutt (24:15) in the boys’ race.
Callaway’s runners have consistently shown improvement throughout the season, which has impressed Dalphrey, whose youthful team has no seniors and one junior.
“It went really well,” Dalphrey said of both races. “The course was just a grass loop, so the times were really fast.”
Neither LaGrange or Troup competed this weekend.
Callaway, LaGrange and Troup are all gearing up for the Troup County championship, which will be held at Shaefer Heard Park on Saturday.