King finished 123rd out of 186 runners in a time of 23:36 over the 3.1-mile course. It was her third straight year competing in the state meet, and her time was 1:42 faster than last year's 142nd place finish. King was the fastest sixth grader in the Class 1A race.
Danville eighth grader Kaitlyn Snapp won the race for the second straight year in a time of 19:22, while St. Henry took the girls' team title. St. Mary was 11th, and Fort Campbell was 12th.
Meanwhile, Jay Jolly knocked 50 seconds off his time from last year's state meet but finished six spots lower. Jolly was 97th in a time of 18:31, which was 2:41 behind race winner Gordy Dooley of St. Henry. Jolly was 23rd among juniors in the race, which totaled 197 runners.
St. Henry won the boys' title again, while St. Mary was ninth and Fort Campbell 10th.