The New Palestine track teams won the New Palestine 4-way meet Monday afternoon at Kelso Stadium.
The Dragon boys won with 129 points. Waldron had 57, Triton Central 43 and Hauser 15.
Brady Walden led a 1-2 finish in the 100, with C.J. Faubion finishing second. Walden won with a time of 11.28. In the long jump, Walden was also a winner (19-7.5). Adam Brickens won the 200 (24.10). Chase Crowder (4:39.27) and Drew Austin went 1-2 in the 1600. Spencer Corey won the 800 (2:01.30) ahead of Crowder. Spencer Worth led a clean sweep of the pole vault. He and Ben Pennington both vaulted 9-6. Jared Reed won the 300 hurdles (43.15). Sam Voelz was a winner in the 400 (49.69), with Pennington finishing second. Caleb Eagleson (9:35) and Caleb Stirm finished 1-2 in the 3200. Eagleson’s time tied the school record in the 3200. NP also swept the three relays.
Other second-place finishes for the NP boys went to Reed in the 110 hurdles and Demetre Mitchell in the discus and shot put.
The Dragon girls won with 130 points, ahead of Hauser (37), Triton Central (33) and Waldron (29).
Jordan Reid led a 1-2 sweep of the 100 (12.42), with TeTe Hart finishing second. She also led a 1-2 finish in the 200 (26.21), with Edin Hurst placing second. Lillie Cain won the shot put (38-2), with Emily Jonas second. Cain also won the discus. In the 400, the Dragons had a clean sweep, with Victoria Crowder, Sophia Taylor and Sydni Wilson finishing 1-3. Kaylin Casner led a sweep of the 800 (2:27), ahead of Grace Labanauskas and Grace Shanahan. Casner also won the 1600 (5:23.28). Grace Voelz (13:12) and Haley Rickey finished 1-2 in the 3200. Hailee Holberton won the pole vault (7-6). The Dragons also won all three relays.
Other second-place finishes for the Dragons went to Shanahan in the 100 hurdles and 300 hurdles and Holberton in the long jump.
The girls next compete Thursday against Anderson and New Castle. Both teams also compete Friday in the Franklin Central Lightning Bolt Relays.