It was exciting enough for Stephenville to win the two varsity divisions of the Glen Rose Invitational at Dinosaur Valley State Park Wednesday, but the Yellow Jackets and Honeybees didn't stop there.

The junior varsity clubs also won titles at the event, giving Stephenville a clean sweep of all four divisions.

The varsity boys had all five point-scoring runners finish in the top 10, led by Brady Cupps in third and Riley Forehand in fourth. Michael Fick, Renato Rios and Santi Gallego all finished within a minute of Cupps in seventh, eighth and 10th, respectively. Also running - and helping to displace other teams' top runners - were Garrett Cole in 12th and Brandon Dark in 23rd.

The varsity Bees were paced again by Ashtin Ivey, who was second overall, 30 seconds ahead of fourth-place Kalee Wright. Only one minute, five seconds elapsed between Ivey's finish and Peyton Wood crossing the line in 10th. Wood was the final Honeybee to score points, with Monika Perez claiming fifth and Hannah Mabry placing seventh. Indra Garcia and Shelby Wood were 12th and 24th, respectively.

The junior varsity Jackets were led to victory by Lupe Espinoza, who won the race individually. Drew Patterson was behind him in second and William Magana in fourth. Colby Woodard and Felipe Espinoza rounded out Stephenville's top five.

The JV Honeybees had five finishers in the top 12 to win their division. Brooke Sanderford was second, Dulce Ochoa third and Haily Sieperda fifth. Emily Dark and Sarah Smith also scored.

Stephenville is idle next week and competes in the Ken Gaston Invitational in Grand Prairie on Oct. 3.