Stephenville remained unbeaten in girls track and field, dominating the Optimist Relays by 50.5 points at Lem Brock Field Saturday.
It was the fifth straight win by the Honeybees, who scored 160 points to Abilene Wylie's 109.5. Joshua was third with 98.5 and Big Spring fourth with 89. Dublin finished eighth with 17 points.
Bayleigh Chaviers won the 800 and the long jump, was second in the triple jump and ran on two second-place relays to lead the Honeybees and all competitors with 36 points individually.
Chaviers won the long jump by leaping 17 feet and was second in the triple jump at 33-9.5. Then she stepped on the track for her signature event that she won at state last spring, claiming Saturday's 800 meter race in 2 minutes, 20.78 seconds.
Lariat Larner of Stephenville was second in the long jump at 16-3 and tied for third in the triple jump at 32-11.75. Her biggest feat, however, came on the track. She was fifth in the 1,600 in 5:49.96, and moments later on hardly any rest, opened the Honeybees' 4x400 relay with a 61-second split. Larner ran the relay as a sub with Hannah Mabry out of the lineup due to a UIL academic competition.
Ashtin Ivey anchored the 4x400 for Stephenville. Caitlin Erck ran the second leg and Chaviers the third. They finished in 4:02.30, losing only to Big Spring.
Chaviers anchored the Bees' 4x200 team that finished in 1:44.94, 19-hundredths of a second behind first-place Big Spring. Running the opening three legs were Kylee Ponder, Taylor Garber and Madison Hill.
Hill set a personal record in the 100, winning the dash in 12.52 seconds. Ponder was third and Skylar Chipman sixth in the event for the Bees, while Garber finished fourth in the 200.
The 400 tandem of Ivey and Erck were second and third, respectively. Monica Perez was sixth behind Larner in the 1,600.
Morgan Harmon was third and Mikayla Hobbs sixth in the 100 hurdles. Harmon then took second, Mady McLaury third and Mikayla Hobbs fifth in the 300 hurdles.
In the field for Stephenville, Kaleigh Conger was second, Maddi Cashell fourth and Bailey Deviney fifth in the high jump, while Nadine Arredondo finished fourth in both the discus and shot put.
London Jones was fifth in the 200 and 400 for Dublin. She anchored the fifth-place 4x400 team and ran the opening leg of the sixth-place 4x200 club. Other 4x400 runners for the Lady Lions were Sydney Beck, Mariah Sojourner and Amber James. Other 4x200 runners were James, Jazmin Zapata and Sojourner.
In the field for Dublin, Brianna Hatcher was fifth in shot put and sixth in discus, James was fifth in the long jump and Beck was fifth in the triple jump.