To start the night off, junior Colbey Wadsworth had a stellar performance in the discus throw. His throw measured 141 feet and 7 inches, and was good enough for second place honors.
On the individual sprinting side of things, Boone had multiple runners with strong performances. Senior Eli Hicks ran his way to a second place finish in the 100 meter dash with a season best time of 11.0 seconds. Following closely behind in fourth place was junior Eli Johnson at 11.4.
In the 200 meter dash Hicks again finished in second place with a time of 22.5 seconds. Junior Kaden Sherrard earned a fourth place finish at 23.7 seconds.
The relays were another strongsuit for the Toreadors. The 4x100 meter relay team comprised of Hicks, Sherrard, senior Alex Vodenik, an Johnson ran their way to a time of 44.08, which was good for second place at the meet and is currently the best time in Class 3A.
In the 4x200 meter relay, the same relay team set an Ink Wunderly Relays meet record at 1:39.93.
Freshman Tyler Casotti has made a surprisingly early leap to an elite level so far this season. He ran a 2:05.32 in the 800 meter race which was good for second place at the meet. He currently holds the 5th best time in Class 3A.
Overall, Boone placed second in the meet, scoring 85 points. The Madrid Tigers took first place with 166.5 points.
Boone will have the rest of the week off, and will return to action on Monday, April 11th for a meet in Fort Dodge.