Long jumper Tyler Schwartz going 19-9 was one of the reasons Crowley County showed unexpectedly well in the debut version of winning the weekend.
Although it's of very limited utility in cross country, it's a question worth asking in track and field: Who won the weekend?
What I've compiled below and on the next page is two pictures of the weekend's action for 2A Boys teams (and, yes, other classifications and genders are coming!). First, you will see a top-eight ranking for all events from the past weekend for 2A Boys. Marks without wind readings and with illegal winds are not included in the case of the 100, 200, 110H, LJ, and TJ.
Then on the second page of the rankings, you will see a team scoring for the weekend using the most common standard of track and field scoring (10-8-6-5-4-3-2-1).
It is true, of course, that teams very rarely go all-out on any given weekend of the invitational season, but this will give an excellent comparative look, nonetheless, at how strong each teams' performances were for the past weekend.
Because I don't have control over how out-of-state performances are recorded, there are some Mancos and Ignacio results included that should not be included on account of no wind readings from a meet in New Mexico. So, mentally making an adjustment for that, we declare Lyons as a narrow winner of the weekend over Wiggins. There will, of course, be other weekends.
See for yourself...
Click on Next to reveal team scoring for the weekend...