Delta High School's girls track team scored the bulk of its 104 points with wins coming in first through third place finishes (72 points).
Delta's boys scored 56 of their 73 points with first and second place finishes on Saturday.
Kaley St. Peter earned Delta's only first place finish for the girls in long jump with a leap of 16-3.
Remi Baldwin earned individual second-place finishes in the 100m hurdles (17.88) and the 300m hurdles (50.83).
Two second place finishes came in relay races 4x200 (1:52.12) and 800m sprint medley (1:59.59).
St. Peter added to her team totals with third place finishes in the 100m hurdles (17.90) and 300m hurdles (51.67 and Taylor Huntley finished third in the 400m dash (1:05.61). Delta's 400m relay team (55.34) and the 3200m relay team (11:28.48) also placed third in Saturday's meet.
There were two fifth-place finishes for Delta. Reagan Clay was fifth in discus and the Panthers 1600m relay team had a fifth-place finish as well.
Sixth-place finishes went to Madison Gieck (long jump), Clay (discus), Kat Rodriguez (400m), Beki Atchley (800m) and Jessica Dexter (1600m).
Dexter (400m), Grace Hall (3200m), Hannah Sterns (high jump) and Rodriguez (high jump) all finished seventh on Saturday.
Delta's boys had two first-place winners including John Ames in the 3200m run (10:44.36) and Cameron Schaal's winning shot put throw of 39-6.5.
Delta had a pair of winners in relay races including the 1600m relay team (3:44.49) and the 3200m relay team (8:53.36).
Schaal had Delta's lone third place points with his throw of 132-9 in discus competition.
Shad Lewis was fourth in the 3200m run with fifth-place points going to Trevor Whiteside (110m high hurdles) and Hezekiah Huff (100m dash).
Earning sixth-place points were Kyly Schotten (shot put) and Mason Hollowwa (110 high hurdles).
Delta's track teams, along with the rest of the Delta County track teams, are at Hotchkiss this weekend.