EDGERTON — Fairview boys finished first out of nine teams with 104 points, while Wayne Trace (88) topped Edgerton (84.50) for second in the Edgerton Invitational on Friday at Edgerton High School.
Wayne Trace won the girls team title with 112 points; Fairview (60) was sixth and Edgerton (10) ninth.
For the boys, Ethan Underwood finished second in 1,600 in 5:02.00 and third in 3,200 in 11:09.32 for the Apaches. Underwood also joined Treyvon Hastings, Kyle Rabe and Braylin Snyder for a third-place finish in the 3,200 relay (9:06.67).
Hastings took second in the 400 (53.36) and finished fourth in the 200 (23.89) and 3,200 (11:09.55), while Kaiden Kern, Doug Rakes, Weston Minic and D’Andre Hastings placed second in the 800 relay (1:38.12).
Kern got first in the long jump (19-02.75),
Owen Roth had multiple first-place finishes for Edgerton’s boys. He took first in the 100 (10.87) and 200 (23.34), and joined Craig Blue, Jared Swan and Hunter Burke to place first in the 800 relay (1:35.06) and the 1,600 relay (3:37.81).
Blue posted two second-place finishes in hurdles: 15.11 in the 110 and 41.66 in the 300. Swan got second in the 800 (2:08.78),.
Michelle Marshall got first in the long jump for Fairview’s girls with a 14-6.25,