The Bureau Valley girls won their ninth Howard-Monier Invitational in a row Tuesday with 190 points, running away from St. Bede (132) and Annawan-Wethersfield (131) for a victory.
L-P won the boys’ side by a 170-143 margin over the host Tigers.
Girls: The Storm set meet records in both the 4x100 (51.33) and 4x200 (1:49.72) relays on the legs of Marissa Endress, Carly Konneck, Molly Bohm and Kamryn Kolb.
Other firsts for the Storm came from Kolb in the 200 (27.0), Madison Morrow in the 100 IH (17.99), Molly Bohm in the pole vault (8-6), Jade Aber in the triple jump (33-5 1/2) and Saige Barnett in the shot put (38-10 3/4) and discus (111-6).
St. Bede got first-place finishes from Hallie McGuire in the 100 (13.91), Abby Nawa in the 400 (1:09.26), Brady Mudge in the 3200 (13:52.12), and Christine Senica in the high jump (4-8).
Jenna Loftus was the lone winner for fourth-place PHS in the 300 IH (52.73). PHS junior Elizabeth Orwig scored seconds in the 3200 (14:21.55) and 1600 (6:09.92).
Boys: Princeton picked up first-place finishes from four different individuals — Nathan Allen in the 300 IH (42.37), Eli Grundman in pole vault (12-0), Kyle Degutis in shot (46-0 3/4) and
Grant Foes in the discus (127-8).
Allen also claimed second in the 110 HH (16.56) as did Luke Peacock in the 1600 (5:01.4), Conner Workman in the triple jump (38-1), Drew Harp in the shot (44-8) and the 4x200 (1:36.42) and the 4x800 (9:19.06) relays.
Tucker Hartz was the lone winner for fourth-place Bureau Valley (46) taking the triple jump at 38-1 3/4. Kale Barnett was second in the pole vault while Joe Green was second in the discus and third in the shot put.
St. Bede won the 4x100 relay with a time of 46.96.
L-P won six events on the way to take the meet title.
At Spring Valley: Hall (83) finished second in Tuesday’s girls quad at Hall behind Erie-Prophetstown (91.5). Also competing were Kewanee (42) and IVC (26.5).
Hall claimed wins from Jenna Parente in the 800 (2:39.46), Gertie Savitch in the 300 IH (55.46), Violet Sobin in the 400 (1:08.5) and its 4x100 relay of Rachel Padgett, Sarah Croesdale, Savitch and Ariana Villalobos, who turned in a 55.85.