Storm Lake totaled 117 points to win the boys title, followed by Le Mars 112, Spirit Lake Park 105, MOC-FV 84, Spencer 52, Estherville-LC 39, Cherokee 33, and Carroll Kuemper 16.
MOC-FV won the girls competition with 141 points, followed by Storm Lake 126, Spencer 121, Le Mars 111.5, Kuemper 62, and Cherokee 18.5.
Cherokee registered three fourth-place finishes, with Nolan Sampson's 5-8 high jump, Dan Bieber's 52.39 clocking in the 400 meters, and Nate O'Bryan's 10:41 time in the 3200 meters. The Braves 4x800 relay of Luke Pearson, Dan Bieber, Philip Bieber, and Jakob Hummel was fifth in a time of 8:29.
Cherokee sixth-place finishes included Cody Stowater's 43-7 1/2 shot put, Philip Bieber's 2:15 clocking in the 800 meters, and the Braves 4x200 relay of Tony Hunt, Schuck, Zach Mosbach, and Pearson timed in 1:41.
Erica Nicholson was fourth in the 1500 meters with a time of 5:36, and Liz Dawson placed fifth in the high jump withy a leap of 4-6. The sprint medley relay team of Dawson, Katy Hart, Jenna Walsh, and Lauren Husman also placed fifth in a time of 2:04.
Taylor Woods was sixth in the discus with a throw of 92-6, and the 4x200 relay of Husman, Katie Sambrano-Keith, Walsh, and Hart was sixth in 2:00.
"The girls are becoming more confident in the events they compete in and we want that confidence to translate into better performances. Lauren had some great splits in her relay events, and it was nice to get Erica back into running the 1500 meters.
"Every meet from now on, the girls have to go out and work hard at getting their best time or throw or jump to get ready for Districts."
The Cherokee track and field teams compete in the Lakes Conference Meet at Hull Western Christian Monday night, and host the Class 2A Districts on Friday, May 15.