Shelbyville Moulton track swept the 7th and 8th, boys and girls meets on Thursday at home against other Shelby County teams.
The Shelby 7th boys team won with 54 points, followed by Windsor (44), Stew-Stras (21), and Okaw Valley (5). The Shelby 8th boys won with 78 points, followed by Stew-Stras (33), Okaw Valley (19), and Windsor (10).
The Shelby Moulton 7th girls team won with 95 points, followed by Okaw Valley (19), Windsor (4), and Stew-Stras (3). The Shelby 8th girls team won with 56 points, followed by Okaw Valley (32), Windsor (21), Stew-Stras (17).
Windsor 7th boys gave Shelby the stiffest challenge losing by just 10 points. They just weren't deep enough to out-score the Rams. Windsor snatched six 1st place finishes and Shelby five. Shelby had eight 2nd place finishes and Windsor just one.
Shelby and Windsor won all but two events. Jack Burton of Stew-Stras won those, the 200 dash and the high jump.
Windsor's Ben Beck won the 100 dash and the shot put. Joseph Janssen won the 1600 by 4.5 seconds and Windsor won the 4x1 by six seconds. Logan Greuel won the 400 by eight seconds and was 2nd in the hurdles. Caleb LeCrone won the long jump by 10 inches.
Brett Kennell won the discus for Shelby by almost 6 feet and was 2nd in the shot and in the 100 dash. Cade Helton won the hurdles and was 2nd in the 200 and 2nd in the long jump. Weatherford won the 800.
The Ram 8th boys dominated their meet, winning by 55 points. They captured nine first place finishes.
Ryan Skowronski won the 200 dash by almost two seconds and the quarter by four seconds. Eighth grade record holder Turner Pullen won the hurdles again.
Vice won the mile, Cade Watson won the high jump, and Brett Spears won the pole vault. Quinn Martz won the 800. Payton Howell didn't win, but he was 2nd in both the shot put and the discus.