Delta High School was highly successful at last week's Grand Valley Open on April 3.
The boys finished the meet with 97 points to outdistance the 12-team field while Delta's girls finished in second place with a total of 84 points to Cedaredge's 117.
Fifty of Delta's 97 points came on first place finishes from freshman Hezekiah Huff (400m dash - 53.24), junior Jacob Wear (800m run - 2:04.34), junior John Ames (1600m run - 4:41.90), Cameron Schaal (discus - 132-01.75) and the 800m relay team of Logan Freed, Wear, Jarret Hernandez and Huff (1:35.01).
Eight points each went to second-place finishers, including Logan Church in shot put competition. Church tossed the shot 42-08.5 for his second-place finish and in doing so erased his previous best effort of 39-06.
Third-place finishers for the Panthers included junior Jesse Phillips (110 high hurdles - 19.30) and Schaal in shot put (40-08).
A couple of fourth-place finishes went to sophomore Ed doh Htoo in the 400m dash (55.70) and Freed in the 800m run (2:09.46).
Fifth-place finishes were awarded to Hernandez (200m, 25.21), Ames (800m, 2:10.99) and senior Colton Galvin (300m hurdles, 50.55).
Sixth and seventh place finishes were earned by sophomore Evan Baier (6th place - triple jump, 36-02.25) and sophomore Shad Lewis (7th place - 1600m run, 5:00.91).
Delta's lone first-place finish in Parachute was junior Kaley St. Peter's win in the 100m hurdles (17.29)
Second-place points went to junior Beki Atchley (400m, 1:03.79), sophomore Remi Baldwin (100m hurdles, 17.40 and the 300m hurdles, 49.94) and the 3200m relay team (freshman Grace Hall, freshman Jada Lannon, freshman Jessica Dexter and freshman Hannah Sterns) with a time of 11:28.48.
Picking up fourth-place points were freshman Marcy Schaal (400m, 1:06.06), sophomore Madison Gieck (long jump, 13-10.75) and freshman Keely Porter (shot put, 33-01.25).
Sophomore Kendall Somers (200m, 29.96), senior Kat Rodriguez (high jump, 4-7), junior Reagan Clay (shot put, 32-04) and Porter (discus, 89-05.25) all earned fifth-place finishes last Saturday.
Panthers earning sixth-place points were freshman Tayler Huntley (400m, 1:06.56) and Sterns (high jump, 4-7).
Delta will host the Delta Twilight Meet on Friday, April 13, with running and field events beginning at 3 p.m.