The Papio South girls dominated the field to win the Millard South Invite Friday.

The Titans won by a 162.3-67 spread over runner-up Lincoln Pius X. Papillion-La Vista took third with Bellevue West coming in ninth.

The Papio South girls racked up seven first-place finishes on the day. Nina Cuevas led the team by winning the 100 and 200. She also ran on the first-place 400 relay team along with Sekiya Simmons, Olivia Sattlefield and Tate Norblade.

Simmons added a first-place finish in the 100 hurdles while Sattlefield took first in the 300 hurdles. Norblade was the runner-up in the 400.

Olivia Rosenthal placed first in the 1,600 while Kaylie Crews took second in the 3,200. Braelyn Botts took fourth in the 100 hurdles.

Sunday Thiyang earned a first-place finish in the long jump while also placing second in the 300 hurdles and triple jump.

Mara LeGrand was the runner-up in the pole vault while Lauren Castaneda (discus) and Marykate Gleising (300 hurdles) each placed third.

The Monarchs were led by Jordan McDonald, who won the shot put and discus events. Erica Broin added a victory in the high jump and took third in the triple jump. Norah Sis placed second in the high jump.

Jill Mathison placed third in the pole vault with Lissa LaFond placing fourth in the 300 hurdles.

Sierra Hiatt had the best Bellevue West finish by placing second in the long jump. Tania Johnson added a finish of third in the 200.

On the boys side, Papio South placed third with Papio coming in sixth. Bellevue West took 11th.

Dillon McNeill (3,200) and Brian Clausen (300 hurdles) each won events to lead the Titans. Mike McClanahan (200) and Zack Jones (1,600) each added third-place finishes with Ryan Winkler placing fourth in the 400. Sam Laufer added a fourth-place finish in the triple jump.

Frankie Allen won the 100 to headline the Monarchs’ meet. Alex Herman claimed a second-place finish in the shot put and fourth-place showing in the discus.

Alek Abels took third in the high jump while Mitchell Klassen placed fourth in the pole vault.

Bellevue West was led by Jerome Houston, who placed third in the 100 hurdles, and Gage Champion, who place fourth in the high jump.

• Platteview ran away with the girls team title at the Nebraska City Invite Friday.

The Trojans totaled 144 points for a 31-point victory over runner-up Wahoo Neumann.

Carrie Simonson led the Trojans by claiming first in the 100, 200 and long jump. Madison Nash and Teri Zanker each added a pair of wins. Nash won the 1,600 and 3,200 while Zanker took first in the 100 hurdles and high jump.

Jacque McCullough placed second in the 800 while Anna Koehler (200, high jump) and Halle Johnson (100 hurdles) each added third-place finishes.

Veronica Guenther won the shot put while taking third in the discus.

The Trojans boys placed fifth with 58 points.

Jake Nelson led Platteview by winning the shot put and discus events. Stephen George was the runner-up in the 1,600 while Braxton Karnik took third in the 300 hurdles.

• The Gretna boys posted 147 points to win Gretna’s Knights of Columbus Invite Friday.

The Dragons won by 48 points over runner-up Grand Island Northwest while Gross placed fifth.

Gretna won five boys events, led by the first-place 400 relay team. Jared Nichols, Bennett Lorenz, Jayden Sobatka and Dominic Sedlacek combined for the relay team. Lorenz added a first place showing in the 200 while Sedlacek and Sobotka each placed in the sprint events.

Trevor Marshall raced to first place in the 400 with teammate Jackson Alexander taking third. Colby Erdkamp added a win in the 3,200 with Cade Suing taking third. Andrew Pick placed second in the 300 hurdles while Kellen McLaughlin (1,600) and Connor Grant (110 hurdles) each placed third.

Hunter Chilton (shot put) and Jackson Armitage (discus) each won first place in field events. Arian Garcia took third in the shot put with Jayden Rosenbaum taking third in the triple jump.

The Cougars were led by Jared London and Ben Larsen. London won the 100 while taking third in the 200 and Larsen claimed first in the 1,600.

Jack Sun placed second in the 100 and 200.

The Dragon girls placed second, eight points behind Elkhorn, while Gross took sixth.

Kayla Adams and Jadyn Makovicka each earned a first-place finish for Gretna on the track. Adams won the 1,600 while Makovicka won the 300 hurdles.

Addison Webster (100 hurdles) and Grace Deines (300 hurdles) each finished second with Rachel Walters placing third in the 800.

Walters, Kyoko Richardson, Jenna Marshall and Makovicka combined to place first in the 1,600 relay.

Isabel Bothwell placed second in both the 100 and long jump while placing third in the 200.

Alex Ryan led the Dragons in the field events by placing first in the long jump. Corista Glatter took second in the pole vault with Kenedy Schaecher placing second in the triple jump.

Erin Ruane led the Cougars by placing fifth in the 800.

• The Papillion-La Vista girls rolled to the team title at Bellevue East’s Chieftain Invite April 2.

Papio posted 131 points, 21 more than runner-up Marian, for the title. Bellevue West and Bellevue East came in fifth and sixth, respectively.

The Monarchs won a pair of relays and three field events on their way to the title. Papio won the 400 relay and the sprint medley relay with Natalie Plourde and Kellie Lang running on each teams. Mykena Turner and Ayanna Long filled out the sprint medley team with Camrynn Buckner and Broin filling out the 400 relay team.

Broin added a victory in the high jump, where teammate Sis coming in second. McDonald and Noelle Chestnut took first place in the shot put and discus, respectively.

Shelby Wilfong (long jump) and Mathison (pole vault) each finished second while Erin Dickinson took third in the triple jump. Clair Lieber took fourth in the discus.

Nyarial Nyoak placed second in the 100 hurdles with Morgan Able coming in fourth. Able added a runner-up showing in the 300 hurdles, where Abigail Jensen took third. Haley Puhalla placed third in the 800.

The T-birds were led by Tania Johnson, who swept the sprint events by placing first in the 100 and 200. Sierra Hiatt added finishes of second (200), third (long jump) and fourth (100).

Alex Lee placed second in the discus while Grace Schaefer took third in the 1,600 and Lillian Moriniello placed fourth in the 300 hurdles.

Isabella Fleming won the long jump to headline the East girls. She also placed fourth in the 400. Nebtom N’Da was second in the 100 and fourth in the 200 and high jump events.

On the boys side, Bellevue West led the way by placing fourth with Papio coming in fifth and East coming in seventh.

Jerome Houston won the 110 hurdles to headline West’s performance. The T-birds also got runner-up finishes by Jevyon Ducker (100), Gage Champion (high jump and Gannon Spahn (pole vault).

Keagan Johnson placed fourth in the 100 while the West 400 relay team placed third.

The best Papio finish was second in the 400 relay by the team of Troy Almaguer, Frankie Allen, Zach Krogman and Cameren Preitauer. Allen added a finish of third in the 200 with Preitauer taking fourth in the long jump.

Myles Wheatley came in third in the 400 with Camron Wren (pole vault) and Paul Scalise (triple jump) each taking fourth.

Brody Wood led East by taking third in the 800 and fourth in the 400.

• Bellevue East placed fifth in the boys standings and seventh in the girls standings at Friday’s Benson Invite.

Wood led the Chieftain boys by winning the 800 and placing fifth in the 1,600 and 400. Jaylen Turner placed fourth in the 100 and Gage Dengel added a fourth in the high jump.

N’Da led the East girls by placing third in the long jump. Rayven Lewis added finishes of fifth (discus) and sixth (shot put).

• The Ralston boys placed eighth at the Waverly Invite Friday with the Ram girls failing to record any team points.

Thredrice Jones and Connor McDonnell led the Rams by each placing second in the 800 and 110 hurdles, respectively. Merlin Padilla placed fifth in the 800.

Ralston’s 3,200 relay team (Owen Molgaard, Padilla, Noble Valerio-Boster, Jones) combined to place second for the Rams’ best relay finish.

Nevaeh Cox placed 10th in the discus to lead the Ram girls.

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