The Muskie track-and-field contingent let their talent shine at the Harry McMaster Classic meet on Thursday in Dryden.
Both Jill Calder and Sekina Scheibler were triple-gold winners in the girls’ and boys’ shot put, discus, and javelin.
Aaron Scheibler nabbed gold in both the junior boys’ shot put and discus while Brady Meeks was tops in the junior boys’ javelin.
Grace Petsnick won the junior girls’ long jump and also took silver in the 100m dash.
Leah Seguin finished first in the junior girls’ 400m race while Ellie Pestnick earned silver in the senior girls’ one.
Alexia Gate nabbed top spot in both of the junior girls’ 800m and 1,500m races.
Emma Toriseva earned bronze in the junior girls’ 1,500m.
Ashyln Beck, Kenna Spuzak, and Alacea Yerxa finished 1-2-3 in the senior girls’ 1,500m.
Fort High placed first, second, and fourth in the girls’ 800m sprint medley.
Leah Seguin took silver in junior girls’ long jump.
Grace Pestnick was first in girls’ long jump while her sister, Ellie, was right behind her.
Katrina Slomke finished just shy of the podium with a fourth-place finish.
Emma Toriseva earned bronze in junior girls’ shot put.
Carson Noga and Sekina Scheibler earned silver and bronze, respectively, in the boys’ 100m dash.
Noga also took silver in the 400m.
Fort High placed second in the boys’ 4x100m relay race and was first in the 800m sprint medley.
Sekina Scheibler took gold while Noga had silver in boys’ long jump.