Stephenville's girls dominated the sprinting events in the weather-shortened Possum Kingdom Relays at Graham Saturday.
Preliminary times were used for most events, but the lightning delay and rain held off long enough for the Honeybees to dominate the sprint relay, beating 4A Wichita Falls Rider across the finish line by 1.24 seconds.
Finishing in 50.80 in the 4x100 were Bees Kylee Ponder, Ashtine Ivey, Taylor Garber and Madison Hill.
Stephenville didn't stop with the team sprinting event. Honeybees were first and second in the 100 and first and fourth in the 200 based on preliminary times.
Hill won the 100 in 12.93 seconds, with Ponder taking second in 13.05. Garber won the 200 in 27.40, followed by teammate Maddi Cashell in 28.30.
Stephenville won both the boys and girls 400 meters thanks to fastest preliminary times posted by Ivey and Ben Martin. Ivey won the girls event in 1:01.74, while Martin sped to the boys title in 53.26.
Stephenville continued its trend of dominating the 400 on the girls side. Finishing behind Ivey were Stephenville's Hannah Mabry in third with a time of 1:03.11, and Caitlin Erck in fourth in 1:03.76.
Morgan Harmon had a big day, placing fourth in the 100 hurdles in 17.00 and fifth in the 300s in 50.46. She was also fifth in the long jump at 13-07. Joining her in the 100 hurdles were Kate Daugherty, who came in fifth in 17.37. Mady McLaury was sixth in the 300 hurdles in 51.69.
Cashell was also second in the high jump at 4 feet, 10 inches.
The Yellow Jackets had four other top-six finishes in addition to Martin's victory in the 400. Josh Nowell was third in the high jump at 5-10, and Malik Taylor took fourth in the triple jump at 39-7-1/2. Riley Forehand was fifth in the 3,200 in 11:08.14, and Stetson Carlile finished sixth in the shot put with a best throw of 41-7.
Next up for the Jackets and Bees is the two-day Owl Relays at Joshua. Running preliminaries and about half the field events will be completed on Friday, with the conclusion of field events and the running finals set for Saturday at Owl Stadium.