WAKEENEY — The Thomas More Prep-Marian girls won the team title in the Goldsmith Relays at WaKeeney while the Monarch boys took second.
The TMP girls won five events while the Monarch boys claimed four events.
TMP’s Emilee Lane, Julia Werth, Emily Schippers and Adell Riedel teamed to win 3,200-meter relay with a time of 10:32.37.
In the girls long jump, TMP’s Abby Rueschhoff won with a leap of 15-4, edging teammate Paris Wolf’s 15-3.75.
Wolf won the triple jump with a 32-7 while TMP’s Jenna Romme claimed the high jump by clearing 5-2.
Sasha Wasinger won the shot put with a toss of 34-6.50.
The TMP girls compiled 129 points while Norton was second with 115.
On the boys side, Ethan Lang won the 400 with a time of 50.95, edging the 50.97 by Colby’s Jordan Schippers. Lane clocked a 23.05 to win the 200.
The Monarchs finished 1-2 in the triple jump. Jace Wentling won the event with a leap of 41 feet, while Lang went 39 feet, 8 inches.
TMP Jared Mayers won the high jump with a mark of 5-10.
Colby won the boys team title with 136 points while the Monarchs took second with a 104.
Hays High competes at McPherson
Hays High track and field competed in the McPherson Invitational on Thursday. The Hays High girls took third while the Indian boys were fifth.
Davontai Robinson placed third in the 300-meter hurdles with a 43.68.
The boys' 1600-relay team of Fernando Zarate, Drake Summers, Robinson and Taivian Creamed took third with a 3:40.93.
Trey Adams took second in the discus with a toss of 140-4 and was third in the shot put with a throw of 45-11.
On the girls side, Abigail Dickinson was third in the 400 with a 1:05.47.
Landri Dotts took third in the 3200 with a 12:57.68.
Brooklyn Schaffer claimed second in the 300 hurdles with a 48.73.
In the 400 relay, Abigail Dickinson, Reanna Green, Brooklyn Schaffer and Tasiah Nunnery placed third in 52.33. In the 1600 relay, Brooklyn Lewallen, Dickinson, Ashlynn Flax and Schaffer took second.
Jaycee Dale took third in the high jump at 5 feet.
Tasiah Nunnery was second in the long jump with a 17-0.75, while teammate Reanna Green was third with a 17-0.50. In the triple jump, Green took second with a 34-0.25.