Both the girls and boys Cedaredge track teams finished second in this year's Delta Invitational held April 11. Olathe joined Delta County schools Cedaredge, Delta Hotchkiss and Paonia for the twilight meet which began at 3 p.m.
Delta thinclads won both girls and boys divisions last week with the Bruins finishing second in both.
Cedaredge's girls scored 52 points, including one individual title, five second-place finishes and six thirds. The boys finished with 73 points, including seven firsts, three seconds and four thirds.
The Bruins participated in Glenwood Springs on Saturday earning third place in the girls division (71 points) and second place in the boys (57 points).
Camie Baldozier claimed the only first-place finish for the Bruins at the Delta Invitational with her 1:03.96 in the 400m dash. Second place numbers went to Kylin Mitchell (800m run, 2:39.58), Megan Jenkins (100 hurdles, 17.61), 400m relay (53.84), 800m relay (1:55.23) and 800m sprint medley, (2:00.96).
Third-place points came in the 100m dash (Megan Gastineau, 13.93), 200m dash (Bailey Nelson, 28.49), 1600m run (Grace Hatheway, 6:33.93), 3200m run (Merielle Comerer, 15:06.12), 300 hurdles (Jenkins, 48.23), 300 hurdles and 3200m relay (12:11.10).
Fourth and fifth-place finishes belonged to Reganne McIntier and Nelson, respectively.
In Glenwood Springs the Bruins had first place finishes from Jenkins in the 300 hurdles (47.82) and the 3200m relay team (10:38.91), which was just over 12 seconds faster than the team's previous best time.
Cedaredge's 400m relay team finished its race in 53.57 to place second with the 1600m relay team executing its exchanges for a 4:21.87 time and second place.
The Bruins claimed second through fourth places in the 100 hurdles with Aspen Furubotten (17.34) finishing second, Baylee Harris (17.52) third and Emily Tullis (17.73) third.
Other third-place finishes went to Baldozier (800m run, 2:32.55) and Kammie Henderson (HJ, 5-2).
Sixth place finishes were earned by Hannah Gardner in discus and the 800m sprint medley. Gardner finished seventh in shot put.
Cedaredge was first in seven events in Delta.Wyatt Camp scampered the fastest in 100m dash competition posting a time of 12.01. In a bit farther race, Zach McMillan completed one circuit of the oval in 52.52 to win that race.
The Bruins' Josh Jenkins was the fastest 110 high hurdler at the meet with a time of 17.47. Teammate Ryan Imhoff won the 300 hurdles in 43.64 with Jenkins winning triple jump (37-9.25) and Kaleb Berardi heaving the shot put 41-9 to win that competition. Brady Wagner sailed the discus 111-6 to set his personal best mark and win the event.
Second-place winners included Hayden Conway (3200m run, 13:50.08), Alex Barron (110 hurdles, 19.09) and the 400m relay (45.51).
Third-place points went to Cedaredge's Tevin Keller (1600m run, 5:21.15), Ashton Cohick in high jump (5-2) and Austin Crawford in shot put (37-10).
In Glenwood Springs top five scoring honors weren't as attainable as in Delta.
Second place finishes highlighted the Cedaredge boys competition. Jenkins was the only individual earning a second place with his 16.44 effort in the 110 high hurdles.
Bruin relay teams accounted for four runner-up finishes, including the 400m (45.23), 800m (1:35.08), 1600m (3:37.06) and 3200m (9:05.17) relay teams.
Berardi's throw of 44-4 earned him third place in shot put, Keller was fourth in the 800m run with Imhoff and Jenkins placing fifth and sixth, respectively, in 300 hurdles competition.
All Delta County schools are scheduled to participate in Friday's track meet at Coal Ridge High School, in New Castle, beginning at 10 a.m.
Track teams have a limited number of meets left before the league and Tiger meets (May 3, May 10) wrap up regular season competition in the 2019 season.