The Eastern Hancock track teams handled Morristown and host Waldron in a tri-meet Tuesday.
Kiersten Schrope won all four of her events for the EH girls (69 points), who outlasted Morristown (49) and Waldron (38). Schrope won the 3,200 meters, high jump, 400 and ran the anchor leg on the 1,600 relay.
Other Royal winners were Karlee Gray (100, 200), Hope Spaulding (100 hurdles, 300 hurdles) and Emiley Carlton (1,600). Other members of the 1,600 relay were Spaudling, Cassey Hancock and Shelby Mourey.
The EH boys (86) sprinted past Waldron (47) and Morristown (17).
Derrik Noel was a four-event winner for the Royals, taking the high jump and anchoring the 3,200, 400 and 1,600 relays.
Brenden Box (shot put), Reece Burkhart (discus), Devyn Brinson (400) and Isaiah McCormick (200) were the other individual winners.
Other than Noel, relay winners were Clayton Brumfield, Jacob Mueller and Parker West on the 3,200; McCormick, Austin Smith and Sam Carlton on the 400; and Brinson, Justin Cool-Luke and Ethan Hayse on the 1,600.
MV girls second at tri-meet
The Mt. Vernon girls (56.5 points) were second to Pendleton Heights (66.5) in a tri-meet Tuesday. Host Rushville was third with 44 points.
Phylisia Donaldson won three events for MV, winning the 100 and 300 hurdles and running on the 400 relay.
Zoe Harves (high jump, pole vault) and Olivia Coleman (long jump) were the other individual winners. Other runners on the 400 relay were Javin Whiteside, Coleman and Taylor Riggs.
“The girls battled rain, wind and monsoon conditions to finish second. The weather did not affect them mentally due to the fact that we have practiced in worse conditions. They are a tough bunch of gals and I am proud of all of them,” MV girls coach Tim Leonard said. “Zoe Harves had a great night in winning both the pole vault and high jump.”
G-C boys third at Noblesville
The Greenfield-Central boys (73 points) took third at the 6-team Noblesville Invitational Tuesday.
The host Millers (199) won the event. Hamilton Southeastern (125) was second.
Tyler Beeson was the Cougars’ lone victor, triumphing in the shot put with a toss of 53-0.25.