Shelby-Rising City junior Allison Nekl once again showed her multi-event abilities taking home gold medals in the 400 meters and the high jump at the Twin River Invite on April 18.
Her efforts helped the Huskies to a second-place finish in the girls standings.
Nekl also took fourth in the 200.
Nekl wasn't the only Shelby-Rising City girl to win an event. Kamryn Pokorney won gold in the shot put after a throw of 35 feet and 10 inches. Pokorney also won bronze in the discus.
Kira Pavlik delivered another victory, scoring gold in the pole vault after clearing 8-0.
The other points scorer for S-RC in the track portion of the event was Clarissa Schoenrock who took home fourth place in the 100.
All three relays scored for S-RC. The 400 took fourth, the 1600 sixth and the 3200 fifth.
Kira Pavlik and Aspyn Harrison took third and fourth in the long jump, respectively.
Harrison also took a silver in the high jump and Emily Augustin won bronze in the pole vault.
The boys also brought home multiple gold medals.
Austin Coffin won the 100 and the long jump.
Mason Schleis had another big day winning the 200, 400 and triple jump. He also placed second in the long jump.
Relays were successful as well. The Husky boys placed fourth in the 400 relay and won both the 1600 and 3200 relays.
Nick Vavricek had success in the throwing events taking bronze in the discus and placing fourth in the shot put. Antonio Lopez placed fifth in the shot.
Hunter White scored in both hurdles placing sixth in the 110 highs and fourth in the 300 lows.
The Huskies had two runners medal in the 800. Connor Rathman won silver and Garrett Ingalls took bronze.
Dylan Rathman placed fourth in the 3200, and Max Hoatson placed fifth in the 400.
Peter Huguenin is a sports reporter for The Banner-Press. Reach him via email at DVDsports@lee.net