The WA girls, meanwhile, went 14-4 before placing 11th at the NEPSTA Championships.
"Our inexperience definitely showed at the NEPSTA meet.''
She finished seventh at the NEPSTA championships in the 100 in a personal-best 12.7 seconds.
The Berkshire School edged Belmont Hill at the NEPSTA boys' meet, 106-104.
Thayer Academy outscored Governor's Academy, 133-117, in the NEPSTA girls' meet.
Pike settled for third (31-1-1/2) at the NEPSTA meet.
Division 2 NEPSTA
Championship: Kelly Stevens finished 19th (22:48) while sophomore Meaghan Barry finished 20th (22:57) on the 3.1-mile course at Hebron Academy in Maine to help Worcester Academy finish 13th.
As usual, the WA girls (17-1) will be chasing Thayer Academy, which Frew said has had at least a decade-long stranglehold on the NEPSTA championships.
The boys (14-4) look to improve on last May's fifth-place finish at the NEPSTA meet.
Championships: Worcester Academy finished eighth at the Division 2 meet at Groton School with Kelly Stevens finishing 12th (20:16) to qualify for New Englands.
The boys will compete in the NEPSTA
championships at the Groton School at 1:30 p.m.