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Paonia's girls won another track meet with a dominant performance in Edwards at the Battle Mountain Husky Invitational.

The Eagles scored 138 points to Battle Mountain's 123 points. Cedaredge was third with 108 points and Delta was 10th in the 15-team field with 28 points.

On the boys' side of competition, Cedaredge was the team winner with 116 points. Paonia placed fifth with 66 points and Delta was sixth with 62 points.

Girls' Results
Paonia Eagles

Paonia's girls scored 10 points in six events on their way to a team title in Edwards.

Individual wins went to Ashley Van Vleet high jump (5-01) and 300m hurdles (49.81) and Taylor Carsten in discus (120-0).

Earning first-place points were the 800m (1:48.19), 1600m (4:15.63) and 800m medley (1:55.75) relay teams.

Valuable second-place points were earned by Marisa Edmondson, 100m (12.84) and 200m (26.75), Brianna Van Vleet, 400m (60.83) and long jump (15-10) and Emily Clawson in shot put (35-03).

Sophia Anderson (100m-13.05) and Carsten (shot put-34-08.5) placed third in listed events.

Cedaredge Girls

Cedaredge had three individual first-place finishers in Edwards. Kenzie Henderson was the triple jump winner with her leap of 34-08, with Nellie Freeman placing fourth. Shayna Dale won the long jump competition with a leap of 15-10.5 and Katie Hyke threw the shot 37-01.5 to win that event.

The Bruins' 400m relay team posted the best time, 50.52, to win that race.

Hyke was second in discus (113-02) and Hannah Hatheway ran a 2:33.73 for second place in the 800m run.

Henderson's 27.56 in the 200m was Cedaredge's only third place finish of the day.

Delta Girls

Delta's Panthers had a second-place finish in the 800m medley relay with a time of 1:57.78.

Emily Nortnik was third in high jump with a leap of 4-09 and the 1600m relay team was third in a time of 4:24.77.

The Panthers were sixth in the 400m relay and eighth in the 800m relay.

Mykayla Music placed seventh in the 800m run.

Boys' Results
Cedaredge Bruins

Some familiar names led the way for Cedaredge's team win at the Battle Mountain Husky Invitational.

Bryce Klaseen won the 400m (51.66) and placed second in the 100m (11.52) and long jump (20-2.25) competitions.

Brendon Klaseen had a top-five finish with his third-place time of 2:04.38 in the 800m run.

Also earning first-place points was Isaac Swoffer in the 200m in a time of 23.39 and in long jump with a leap of 20-2.75. Swoffer tied for second in the 100m with Bryce Klaseen.

Shane Gates remained a potentially powerful competitor in both the 110m high hurdles and the 300m hurdles. Gates won the 300 hurdles in 40.92 and was second in the 110s with a time of 15.93.

Ty Grant had strong showings with a third in the 200m and a fourth in the 100m race.

Xander Purcell was third in shot put.

Paonia Boys

Cameron Van Vleet was a winner in triple jump after traveling 39-6.75. Van Vleet finished sixth in both the 100 and 200m dashes.

There were several second-place finishes for the Eagles. Jeramiah Hillman had a second-place finish in the 200m (23.62) while Caden Meil-ner clocked an 11:51.36 to finish second in the 3200m run. Paonia's 400m relay team, with its time of 45.75, was also second.

Austin Katzer (110 hurdles-16.78) and Cyrus Malek-Madoni (discus-115-5) had third-place finishes.

Warren Minerich was fourth in shot put competition.

Delta Boys

John Ames' 11:30.82 in the 3200m run earned the freshman runner a first-place finish in Edwards.

Jacob Wear earned second-place points in the 400m with a time of 53.61 and Delta's 1600m and 3200m relay teams were also second with times of 3:46.54 and 9:00.86 respectively.

Wade Stinson ran an 11:55.71 for third place in the 3200m race.

Elijah Valdez was fourth in discus and fifth in shot put for the Panthers.

Delta's 3200m relay team finished fourth.

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