Ashtin Ivey and Becca Emmons each scored 16 points to lead Stephenville to a total of 108 and second place behind Denton Guyer at the Ram Relays in Mineral Wells Saturday.
Emmons dominated the discus by more than 13 feet, winning with a best throw of 113 feet, 11.5 inches. The senior scored her other six points in the shot put, placing third with a heave of 30-03.
Ivey placed second in the 400m in 1:03.77 and fourth in the long jump at 14-06.5. She also ran on a pair of second-place relay teams and may have scored more if not for a no time in the 200m final after finishing third in qualifying.
Kristin Kaiser ran on all three relays and was fifth in the high jump at 4-08, finishing with 14 points.
The 4x100m relay team of Ashlyn Mayfield, Kaiser, Bailey Lewis and Meagan Parsons placed second in 51.43 seconds, while the 4x200m team of Lewis, Kaiser, Madison Hill and Parsons was second in 1:50.79.
The 4x400m team started with Caitlin Erck, went to Ivey and Hill and finished with Kaiser. The Bees were second in 4:14.71.
The relays combined for 48 points, 44.4 percent of the teamís total.
Hill placed in two other events, taking sixth in both the 100m hurdles (18.78) and the triple jump (29-02).
Other points on the track came from Mayra Castillo, who was third in the 200m in 28.57 secnds, and Baley Lewis, who took third in the 100m in 13.21.
A pair of throwers completed the field event scoring as Dani Huckabee placed third in the discus (100-02) and Hailey Laursen was fourth in the shot put (29-06.5).