Sioux City Heelan won the Class 2A team title over runner-up Cherokee at Tuesday's Tomahawk Relays, totaling 139 points to Cherokee's 126.
Spencer was third with 113 points, followed by Sioux City North 68, and Sioux City West 66.
Emmetsburg won the Class 1A team crown with 139 points, followed by Sioux Central 118, South O'Brien 108, Hartley-Melvin-Sanborn 96, and Alta 85.
The host Braves claimed six first-place finishes with Kyle Schuck accounting for two of those after winning the high jump with a 5-8 leap, and winning the 110 hurdles in 16.81. Schuck also ran on the Braves victorious shuttle hurdle relay to figure in on three blue-ribbon finishes. He was accompanied by Luke Pearson, Nolan Sampson, and Alanzo Ruble timed in 1:07.
O'Bryan was fourth in the 1600 meters in a time of 5:12.34, and placed fifth in the 800 meters in 2:25.11.
Other top six finishers for the Braves were Keaton Tuttle third in the discus with a 120-13 effort, and fourth in the shot put with a 43-3 throw; Brock Dagel's fifth-place finish in the shot put with a 41-1 heave, and fifth place in the discus with a 109-8 throw; Sampson's second place in the 110 hurdles in 18.43, and third place in the high jump with a 5-6 leap; and Tony Hunt's fifth place in the 100 meters in 12.30.
Dan Bieber, Luke Pearson, Zach Mosbach, and Jakob Hummel ran the 4x800 and 4x400; Tony Hunt, Scott Long, Sampson, and Schuck were aboard the 4x100; Alanzo Ruble, Hunt, Mosbach, and Hummel ran the 4x200; and Hunt, Hummel, Bieber, and Mosbach ran the medley.
In the 1A competition, South O'Brien claimed three firsts, including two by distance ace Cole Pleggenkuhl, who clocked a 10:58.21 to win the 3200 meters, and a 5:13.27 time to win the 1600 meters. The Wolverines also won the 4x100 relay in 46.33.
The Wolverines also placed second in three relays, with a 9:33.90 time in the 4x800, a 1:39.29 time in the 4x200, and a 4:11.18 time in the medley.
Alta's Mike Husman was the 1A 100 meters in 11.01, the 200 meters in 23.20, and was third in the 400 meters in 54.61.
Cherokee competed with a partial squad to sacrifice several team points, with senior leaders Kyle Schuett (sprints) and Matt Koch (high jump/hurdles/long jump) out with injuries, and junior Philip Bieber (middle distance) out with illness. Schuett is the defending Iowa State Champion in the 2A 100 meters.
The Braves compete in the Le Mars Invitational Monday night in Le Mars, and South O'Brien participates in the Spirit Lake Invitational Tuesday night in Spirit Lake.