Little River’s girls continued their outstanding track and field season Thursday by capturing the Sterling Relays.
The Redskins totaled 72 points to win easily over Lyons, which scored 55. Inman was eighth with 17 points and Canton-Galva was 10th with 5.
It was another big day for Little River’s Maggie Galyon, who won the 100 and 200. The Redskins also were strong in the relays by winning the 4 x 100 and 4 x 400.
Callie Cordell  had a pair of seconds for the Redskins in the shot put and discus respectively to help the cause. Annie Galyon in the 400 and Reagan Dougherty in the 100 also had seconds.
Inman received its usual win from Rylee Abernathy in the high jump to account for more than half its points. Elicia Saiz had a third in the discus for the Teutons.
Canton-Galva’s top performance was a third in the high jump by Cayla Sommers.
On the boys’ side, Inman (47) and Little River (30) were third and fourth respectively. Canton-Galva tied for eighth with 3.
Inman’s lone first came from Sam Martin in the 110 hurdles. Jason Friesen was second in both hurdle events and Luke Ropp was second in the high jump. The Teutons also had a second in the 4 x 100 relay.
Little River’s Greg Prescott won the high jump and 400 meters, while Colten Viers captured the discus.
Canton-Galva’s top finish came from Ethan Winter in the 100, as he took fourth.