The Lady Tigers, who had four runners finish in the top 10, edged overall race winner Adkins and Gallia Academy to win the Southeastern Ohio Athletic League girls cross country title Thursday at Franklin Valley Golf Course.
Marietta made it a sweep by also capturing the boys championship.
On the girls side, the winners scored 35 points, six clear of Gallia Academy. Emmy Moore (19:44) and Heather Stalter (20:18) were second and third overall. Kirstie Iadicicco and Casey Morris were ninth and 10th. Janice McFarland took 17th to round out Marietta's scoring.
Warren (58) was third in the team standings while Logan (108) took fourth and Athens (130) fifth. Jackson did not have five runners to post a team score.
Adkins won the race in a time of 19:14. Fellow Blue Angel Lee Ann Townsend was fifth (20:39) followed by Carol Fahmy in eighth (21:24). Aarika Stanley took 11th (21:50) and Andrea Wiseman took 19th (22:43) to round out the Gallia Academy scorers.
Jacob Malcomb took first in the boys race in a time of 16:37 to pace Marietta's comfortable victory in the boys division.
The Tigers scored 23 points while runner-up Athens had 51. Warren (63) was third followed by Gallia Academy (117) and Logan (138). Host Jackson, again, did not amass a team score.
All five Marietta scoring individuals placed ninth or better.
Chris Canaday was the top Blue Devil finisher in 19th place (19:17), Shane Plantz was 26th (19:56) followed by Tyler Counts (26th, 20:23), Timmy Huffman (47th, 21:57) and Dallas Craft (50th, 22:42) rounded out Gallia Academy's total.
Greg Baker, in 57th (25:22) did not count toward the final tally.
Other Gallia Academy finishers not scoring in the girls race were Hannah Roush (47th, 26:49), Jessica Willet (52nd, 27:26), Brittyn Saunders (56th, 28:32), Simone Hagen (59th, 29:31) and Danielle Sanders (61st, 30:16).
Any runner that finished in the top seven garnered All-SEOAL honors. Adkins and Townsend represent Gallia Academy on the squad.
Gallia Academy is at the Division II Southeast District meet Saturday, Oct. 22 at Rio Grande.