A pair of first place finishes led the Meridian Mustangs to third place out of nine teams at last Tuesday's Turkey Creek Relays held on the Friend High School track.
In the final team standings, Meridian scored 60 points in 11 events finishing one point behind second place Pawnee City with 61 points.
Nebraska City Lourdes Central Catholic won the team title, amassing 78 points.
First place relays for the Mustangs included the Distance Medley at 16:01.29, and the 1600 Sprint Medley in a time of 4:05.78.
Second place relays were the 4x800 meter relay in 9:11.79, and the 3200 Distance Medley at 9:43.25.
Eighteen team points were tallied with third place finishes by the shuttle hurdle relay in 54.69, high jump duo of Cody Nolte and Dylan Brown with a height of 10'8", and the shot put duo of Jeff Taylor and Drew Endorf with a combined distance of 79'8¾".
Competing in its first outdoor invite of the season, the Diller-Odell Griffins notched a fifth place finish at last Tuesday's nine-team Turkey Creek Relays held at Friend.
The Griffins placed in nine events to amass 48 points.
Nebraska City Lourdes Central Catholic earned the team title with 78 points.
Diller-Odell's 4x200-meter relay of Ethen Hroch, Zach Hajek, Kyle Stohs, and Ely Hroch earned the lone gold medal on the day breaking the tape in a time of 1:41.3.
Two Griffin relays recorded second place finishes including the 4x70-meter hurdle shuttle squad of Austin Vitosh, Zach Rash, Andrew Henrichs, and Marcus Eichmann in a time of 53.22, and the 4x100-meter relay team of Ethen Hroch, Hajek, Stohs, and Ely Hroch with a time of 48.44.
An 18-hole score of 84 by senior Jason Peterson led the Fairbury Jeffs golf team to a third place finish at last Thursday's Superior Invitational.
Peterson had an 18-hole score of 84 which earned him the seventh place medal in the invite.
Additonal team scores for the Jeffs were Aaron Hilligas with a 90, Sheridan Hutchison shot a 95, Kyle Russell fired a 101, and Dalton Hinrichs had a 105.
Fairbury shot a 370 team score for third place in the 10-team invite with Sutton the two-time defending Class C champions winning the invite shooting a score of 314.
"We had a better weather day for golf than the week before at Beatrice. Teamwise we finished third with a score of 370, and Jason Peterson came away a medalist with a seventh place finish," Fairbury Jeffs golf coach Jed Martin said.