MOUNDRIDGE—Moundridge High School hosted their invitational on Monday. Inman, Canton-Galva and Elyria Christian School also were in attendance.

Inman's top freshman, Jace Doerksen had a strong meet when he won the gold in the 300 hurdles, which boosted some points and had the Teuton boys finishing second with 84 behind Trinity Catholic (109). The Inman girls finished sixth with 41 points. Dantlie Raney led the Lady Teutons with a first-place finish in the 3200.

Canton-Galva boys finished third with 69 points led by first-place finishers Jerry Bradbury in the long jump, Kinser Colgin in the triple jump and Morgan Becker in the 3200. The Canton-Galva girls had to settle for 11 points with Tia Moddelmog being inactive in Monday's meet.

The Wildcats finished eighth with 34 points. Dan Kaufman earned second in the discus and javelin throw.

Emma Green led the Wildcats by winning gold in the 100 hurdles. Jamya O'Quinn went the extra mile by competing and winning the 400.

Elyria girls put up 12 points led by Olivia Peters, who medaled in three events.

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Contact Peter Holland Jr. by email at pholland@mcphersonsentinel.com or follow him on Twitter @Petes_Picks_orour sports page @MacCountySports