Andrew Beier ran the Hedges-Boyer Park course in 17:27, winning the race and helping Bellevue to a 20-39 win over Calvert.
Bellevue placed six runners in the top 10 on the boys side. Calvert's Austin Schultz finished third (18:09), while Ren Boehler finished fifth in 19:01.
The Senecas' Shane Boehler ran eighth in 19:57.
On the girls' side, Bellevue's Michaela Fox won the race in 20:59, and Redmen occupied the first three spots in a 19-38 win over Calvert.
Morgan Smith led the Senecas by finishing fourth in 21:51.
Old Fort places 3 in top 5 of own invite
OLD FORT - Old Fort had three runners place in the top five, but only ran four runners and didn't have enough for a full team at the Old Fort Invitational.
Alexis Rhodes finished second in 21:28.45 for the Stockaders, while teammate Kayla Garza finished fourth in 21:41.55 and fellow Old Fort runner Jackie Becker finished fifth in 21:44.67.
Van Buren's Michelle Flanagan won the event in 21:18.5, while Gibsonburg was the top team with 46 points. New Reigel (79) was third, 15 points behind Liberty-Benton, which took second. Pandora-Gilboa (79), Van Buren (115) and North Baltimore (134) also fielded teams.
New Riegel's Abby Cassidy finished seventh in 21:45.71, while teammate Ashley Mathias finished right behind her in 22:00.27.
Meyers takes first, leads OF to second
OLD FORT - Stockader Marcus Meyers outran Ashland Crestview's Alex Rowe by less than a second for first at the Old Fort Invitational.
Meyers finished the race in 17:07.49, just ahead of Rowe's 17:08.03. Meyers' performance, along with teammate Brad Bannister, who finished fifth (17:31.59), helped the Stockaders to a second-place finish.
Old Fort's 49 points placed behind only Crestview (37). Van Buren (78), Gibsonburg (87), Patrick Henry (111) and North Baltimore (153) also fielded teams.
New Riegel's Caleb Welly finished in 19:57.31 for 21st. The Blue Jackets did not field a full team.