At Anaconda, the Blue Devils once again won both sides of the track meet, and it wasn't really close. The Corvallis girls outscored second-place Dillon, 186-85; the Blue Devil boys also beat Dillon, 192-131.
The Devil girls won eight individual events and both relays. Penny Jessop was the only two-time winner for Corvallis, winning both sprints. She clocked in at 13.40 seconds in the 100 and 26.94 seconds in the 200.
Florence's Autumn Round was also a dual winner, finishing first in the 400 and triple jump, helping the Falcons finish fifth, ahead of Whitehall and Anaconda.
The Corvallis boys finished first or second in 11 events. They were top dog in all three throwing events, with Luke Channer taking the shot put, Skylar Jessop winning the discus and Zach Jessop bringing home a "W" in the javelin.
Dillon's Troy Anderson was the only three-time champ. He placed first in the 100, 200 and long jump.