Digging Deep At The Demon Invitational

Winning pizza: The best prize. 

Among the highlights of the day on the boy's side was Jasper Germain, who dominated the high jump with a 6-7 victory. The mark is currently tied for No. 1 in 3A, and No. 4 in all-classifications. 

In the sprints Gavin Olson came away as the victor in the 100, while Caleb Egbert dominated the 200 and the 400. 

Another double-winner was Evan Graff, who made no contest of the 800, winning in 1:59. His 1,600 victory came with a huge late kick in the final lap. Graff won the event in 4:31, two-seconds ahead of Gavin Harden

Harden would get a victory before the day was over, however, as he doubled back to win the 3,200 in 9:59. 

Aj Crowley highlighted in the hurdles, winning the 110 in 15.36, and coming back to finish second in the 300 in 41.80, behind Colin Morrison, who won the event in 41.24.

The long jump belonged to Caden Olson, who won the event in 21-7, while Reed Barney won the triple jump in 42-05.  

Ethan Daubs made a huge improvement in the pole vault, winning the event easily with a 14-1 personal best. The mark is a seven-inch PR for Daubs.