Ignacio hosts this meet, but it's at Bayfield's track. But, it's no problem. You could say there are close relations between the coaching staffs--not to mention the geographic proximity.
For the boys, highlights included Bayfield dropping their 4x100 time into the 44s, John Arnold getting a 14-0 clearance in the pole vault, and Ignacio's Wyatt Hayes winning the long jump at a dead wind 20-0.75. For good measure, John Arnold chucked the shot put 42-6. Unlike the other three marks in this paragraph, that won't get him to state, but it was good enough to win the event, and it does suggest somebody might have multis on his mind.
The first thing that stands out in the girls results is Lake City freshman Megan Levine winning the 200 at 28.91. I believe that suggests Ms. Levine might become the first-ever state meet qualifier in the sprints for Lake City. Meanwhile, Eva-Lou Edwards was sharpening her 1600 saw, and Dolores junior Brianna Schwartz made a big step forward, and toward state, in the 300 hurdles, as did classmate Taylor Elder in the long jump. Dove Creek's Madison Young extended her discus PR by about three feet.