Princeton placed second at the varsity level and first in the F/S level in the final NCIC boys track and field at Rathje Track last week.
IVC edged PHS 85-78 for varsity honors with St. Bede (18) third in a three-team field.
NCIC varsity champs for Princeton were Zach Anderson in the 3200 (10:43.96) and 1600 (5:06.4), Caleb Strom in the 200 (23.66), Drew Pranka in the 110 hurdles (17.16) and pole vault (10-6), Jordan Sissel in the shot (43-1 1/2) and Austen Stewart in the high jump (6-4).
St. Bede’s Steven Gualandri won the 300 hurdles (40.86) and triple jump (40-0).
PHS F/S champs were Jacob Gleason (400), Cody Workman (1600, 3200), Lenny Mead (300 hurdles), Brock Griffin (200), Miles Rose (high jump), Trevor Bickett (shot), Luke Marselle (long jump). PHS, which best St. Bede 90-53 for the F/S team title, also swept the relays.
St. Bede F/S champs were Baylee Hopps (110 hurdles, triple jump), Justin Shaw (100), Jeff Barnes (800) and John Barnes (discus).