At the Boone Classic Relays on Thursday, April 26, both of Woodward-Granger track & field teams placed fourth with the girls recording 73 points and the boys with 52.


In Boone the Hawks combined for a total of nine top two finishes. The females seesawed between first and second place, while the males found themselves with second place honors.


In the 4x800 Emma Drake, Karelyn Peters, Anna Tague, and Ava Peterson took first place with a time of 10:50.91. Peters also recorded a second place finish in the 1500 when she finished with a time of 5:41.57.


Drake, Tague, and Peterson, along with Kayley Dresback posted a first place win after completing the 4x400 with a time of 4:26.37.


The third and final top finish of the day came from the 1600-medley relay team of Tague, Katelyn Bandstra, Peterson and Drake who ran a 3:51.46.


Bandstra earned a second place win when along with Alissa Smeltzer, Sophie David and Gena Tague, posted a time of 2:02.28 in the 4x200 event.


A trio of the boys’ team events, the 4x800, 4x400 and 1600-medley team, found themselves solidified in second place.


At the 4x800 event, the team of Caleb Jones, Jack Grell, Alex Bice and Kaya Bowlsby got things started when they posted a time of 9:34.13.


The 1600-medley relay team of Bryce Achenbach, Reese Jamison, Chandler Cavanaugh, and Ian Thompson finished with a time of 3:51.46.


Achenbach, Thompson, Cavanaugh, along with Josh Saak, finished the 4x400 with a time of 3:40.67. Individually Brendan Bird earned second when he tossed his discuss 131.8 feet.


As a team, first place went to the host Toreadors who scored 144 points. Webster City with 114 and Ames with 83 rounded out the top three. Green County placed fifth with 51 points.


It was the exact same finishes for the female squads with the host earning 141 points, Ames with 114 and Webster city with 104.


The two squads meet back up at Ogden this Tuesday, May 1, where they battle it out against a slew of West Central Activities Conference Foes.