The middle school boys dominated the Cimarron track meet last Thursday.
The eighth graders won with 143.5 points over Dodge City Middle School (78.5).
The seventh grade team held off Kiowa County, 102-96.
For the eighth graders, Colter Oldham placed first in four events.
He won the high jump, going 5-4, and the long jump, going 19-1.5.
Odlham also won the discus by almost 9 feet (50-5) and the discus by 49 feet (177-11).
Armando Salcido took home three individual golds, winning the 100 meters in 12.65 seconds, the 200 meters in 25.69, and the 400 meters in 56.84.
He was also on the winning 4x400-meter relay (3:59.43), along with Eric Munson, Ross Rider and Alex Luce.
Luce picked up a pair of wins in the 800 meters (2:22.69) and the 1600 (5:21.03).
Rider placed second in the 200-meter hurdles (30.03) and third in the 100-meter hurdles (17.69).
Austin Ritsema picked up a second place in the 3200 meters (11:53.31).
The seventh grade boys picked up just three titles in their team win.
Quincy Esquibel placed first in the 100-meter hurdles (19.29), with Eli Bemis picking up a third.
Camden Bergkamp set a school record in winning the 3200 meters in 12:43.81.
The team of Esquibel, Michael Correles, Cooper Groth and Adan Vazquez won the 4x100 relay in 54.48 seconds.
Vazquez was second in the 600 meters (5:39.52), Esquibel was second in both the 200-meter hurdles (32.81) and the triple jump (35-10).
Also placing second were Angel Divila, Vazquez, Bemis and Groth in teh 4x200-meter relay (1:59.47).
Vazquez placed third in the 400 meters (1:04.20) and Bergkamp was third in the 1600 meters (2:38.67)