The Arizona Interscholastic Cycling League season came to an end over the weekend, with Flagstaff High and Northland Prep finishing in the top five of the overall standings in Division I.

In its second season in the league, Flagstaff earned a third-place team finish with 15,172 points. Buena High took the D-I title with 15,551 points, and Prescott, last season's champ, was runner-up with 15,527.

Northland Prep for the second consecutive year finished fifth as a team, closing out 2017 with 13,812 points.

In its first year of competition, Coconino logged an 11th-place team finish in the D-II standings. Basis Flagstaff was 32nd in D-II. 

Isabella Naughton led the way this season for Flagstaff, which earned one silver medal and four bronzes in 2017's five races. Ending her season fourth in the girls varsity races, Naughton provided a team-high 2,231 points. Flagstaff also got big seasons from its two boys JV riders, as Paycen Hendricks added 2,119 points to the cause and Wyatt Horner contributed 2,041. 

Flagstaff, which nearly tripled its troops from a year ago from 11 to 29, had four riders place in the top three of their respective races. Max Brydenthal won the boys sophomore category with 2,015 points, Pilar Carpenter went second in the girls sophomore standings, Finn Perelstein was second in boys freshman and Hendricks got third.

For Northland Prep, Jett Malooly ended the season with a team-high 1,904 points, going out fifth overall in the boys sophomore races.

Zach Palmero pedaled his way to a fourth-place finish in the freshman D-II races, providing a team-high 1,923 points to Coconino. He finished his first year tearing up the trails with a sixth-place finish at White Tank Mountain Regional Park, the final race of the season.

Zachary Norris of Basis Flagstaff capped off his season with an 11th-place ride in the season finale.