The Platteview girls edged out Wahoo for the Nebraska Capitol Conference title Saturday at Arlington.
The Trojans ended the meet with 127 points, three ahead of Wahoo, to escape with the title. The Trojan boys took third with 102 points.
The girls 400-meter relay team of Emily Ervin, Colby Duvel, Macy Meyer and Mackenzie Zach set a school record of 50.4 to take first place. Zach, Ervin and Duvel joined Megan Gillen to takes first in the 1,600 relay.
Zach added victories in the 100 and 200-meter dashes while Ervin took second in the 100 and third in the 200. Colby Duvel added a fourth-place finish in the 400.
Gillen took first in the 800 and 1,600 for the Trojans while Jessy Gilbert added a win in the 3,200. Gilbert also finished second in the mile.
Kenzie Kulm finished first in the shot put and third in the discus while Nicki Stolzer placed third in the shot and fourth in the discus.
Emily Carlson took fourth in the high jump and Maria Brady finished sixth in both the 100 and 300 hurdles.
On the boys side, Platteview finished first in both the 400 relay (Grant Polenz, Hayden Meyer, Joss Linse and Noah Schlange) and 1,600 relay (Linse, Schlange, Meyer and Garrett Kirwan).
Schlange posted wins in the 100 and 400 for the Trojans while Meyer added a win on the 200. Meyer also took second in the 100.
Linse finished second in the triple jump and fifth in the long jump. Kirwan took second in the pole vault with Bobby Shaffer coming in third.
Kalen Willms won the shot put and finished in fourth in the discus and Ben Smith took fourth in the shot put.
Platteview also competed in the Conestoga Invite April 28, taking third in the boys meet and fourth in the girls.
Schlange took first for the boys in both the 100 and 400 with Meyer finished second in the 200. Linse won the long jump and the triple jump while Smith took first in the shot put. Willms was the runner-up in the shot put while Polenz finished in second in the long jump.
Zach earned the top spot in both the 100 and 200 for the Trojan girls. Gillen and Gilbert added wins on the track in the 800 and 1,600, respectively.
Kulm had the best toss to win the shot put while Stozler took second in the discus.
Papio South girls win at West
The Papillion-La Vista South girls ran away with the team title at Bellevue West’s Thunderbird Invite April 27.
The Titans notched 156 points, 46 points more than runner-up Millard West. Bellevue West finished in third with Papillion-La Vista placing sixth and Bellevue East eighth.
Ciara Morehouse led the Titans by winning both the 100- and 300-meter hurdles events. Morehouse was also on the winning 400 relay team with Caitlyn Cotton, Maddie Allen and Chelsea Cotton.
Allen earned the top spot in the long jump to go with a fourth-place showing in the 100. Chelsea Cotton finished second in the 100 hurdles while Caitlyn Cotton added a second-place finish in the 200 and third in the 100.
Alex Daniel and Erin Warren each added victories for the Titans in the 400 and 800, respectively, while Diana Tombe took the top spot in the triple jump. Anna Milton took second in the 1,600 and Sonora Foresman took fourth in the 400.
Sydney Rogerson and Jackie Paul finished in second and third, respectively, in the pole vault and Brianna Botts notched third- and fourth-place finishes in the high jump and triple jump, respectively. Natalie Brainard finished fourth in the shot put.
Bellevue West’s 1,600 relay team of Katrina Nesbit, Chloe Akin-Otiko, Scarlett Hill and Asja Woodard took first to pace the T-birds. Akin-Otiko added winning runs in both the 100 and 200. Hill also finished fifth in the 100.
To round out top West performers on the track, Regan Hefner took third in the 1,600 and Morgan Hanson finished fifth in the 100 hurdles.
Sage Meyer added a win in the high jump for the T-birds while teammate Sidney Radziunas finished in fifth. Dayton Dolincheck added a second in the shot put and Paige Proksel took fifth in the triple jump.
The Monarchs were led by Courtney Pickering, who finished in fourth in both the 1,600 and 3,200.
Madison Fitzgibbons took third for the Monarchs in the discus with Hannah McCarville (shot put), Kaylin Murcek (pole vault) and Ninkpibe Gnofam (triple jump) each taking sixth.
Bellevue East’s top performance came from Avey Pokorny, who won the shot put and was runner-up in the discus.
• The Titan boys were the runners-up behind Creighton Prep at the T-bird Invite. Bellevue West, Bellevue East, Papillion-La Vista and Bryan finished sixth through ninth, respectively.
The Titans were led by their field events with Stephen Zagurski winning the shot put and discus competitions. Alonzo Mercier notched the top spot in the high jump with Alstian Walker finishing as the runner-up.
Nathan Jatczak took third in the triple jump with Malik Miller finishing sixth in the shot put.
The 1,600 relay team of Ben Gleisinger, Andrew DiGiacomo, Robert Harris and Thomas Taylor took first in the 1,600 relay for the Titans. Taylor added a win in the 1,600 run while Conner Murphy took first in the 110 hurdles. Elijah Hawkins was the runner-up in both hurdle events.
Kyle Kasun notched finishes of third in the 400 and fifth in the 100 while Jake Ralston took fourth in the 1,600. Justin Wiebelhaus added a sixth-place showing in the 800.
Bellevue West’s DeVante Vaughn won the 400 while adding a runner-up showing in the 200. Caelon Harkey took fourth in the 200 for West.
Chris Finn added finishes of fourth in the high jump and long jump for the T-birds while Mike Hines added a fourth-place finish in the pole vault. Diego Galvan added a fifth-place finish in the discus and Atzin Vazquez finished sixth in the 400.
Jared Prince continued his stellar campaign with three more wins, taking first in the 100, 200 and long jump. Austin Black finished fourth in the triple jump.
Jack Noble led the Monarchs by winning the pole vault while Adam Bartels took second in the 800. Ray Bealer and Tyler Thille both took fifth in the high jump and shot put, respectively.
Bryan’s Donny Nekola placed third in the 200 and sixth in the 100.
• Prince highlighted Bellevue East’s trip to the South Sioux City Invite Thursday where the boys took fifth and the girls ninth.
Prince won the 100 and 200 for the Chieftains. Lukassen added a runner-up in the pole vault while Aaron Cobbs took third in the triple jump.
Connor Wilson finished fourth in the discus.
Pokorny won the shot put on the girls side while Caitlin Martin placed third in the event. Maddy and Olivia Goss finished in fourth and fifth, respectively, in the pole vault.
Justianna Epting took fifth in the 100 and Natalie Young placed fifth in the 800.
Ram trio wins at Bennington
The Ralston girls had three winners in Friday’s Beatrice Invite.
The Rams finished in third on the girls side with the boys taking fifth.
Claire Gause earned wins in the high jump and triple jump. She also placed second in the 300 hurdles and third in the 100 hurdles.
Jade Adler posted the best time in the 1,600 run while Lauren Tamayo finished first in the 300 hurdles. Tamayo added second-place finish in the 100 hurdles.
Kennedy Greene took third in the triple jump, fourth in the 100 hurdles and fifth in the 300 hurdles for the Rams. Brianna Jensen added a finish of fourth in the 1,600.
Aiyana McGhee took fourth in the 100 and fifth in the 200.
Trevor Mass paced the Ram boys by taking second in the 110 hurdles, third in the 300 hurdles and fourth in the triple jump.
Taylor Murph added a finish of third in the triple jump with Andrew Schuetz taking fifth in the high jump. The Rams also took second in the 400 relay.
Dragons run at Bennington
The Gretna track and field team finished fifth in the boys competition and sixth in the girls competition Friday at the Bennington Invite. Lincoln Pius X won both team events.
The Dragon boys were led by the winning 3,200 relay team of Nick Boardman, Alec Alvarez, Dustin Matlock and Austin Henry. Boardman added a victory in the 300 hurdles.
Matlock took third in the 800 and Alvarez finished fifth in the 400 for Gretna. Pat Arnold added a third-place showing in the discus.
Nathaneal Roberts took fourth in the pole vault and Drew Ferrell finished sixth in the 400.
Amanda Young led the girls team by winning the 400. She also took second in the 200 and third in the 100.
Jada Ruff added a second in the long jump and Mazie Larsen took fourth in the 1,600.