The G-H, River Valley, and Aurelia track and field squads competed Friday at the Class 1A District in Holstein.
For G-H, John Harris was a double winner to make State after claiming the 200 meters in 23.16, and the 400 meters in 52.79. The Pirates' Tyson Thoreson placed second in the 110 hurdles in 16.64 to also make State.
The G-H boys also qualified in the 4x200 relay with Collin Bubke, Seth Johnson, Patrick McAreavy, and Harris winning in 1:36; and in the shuttle hurdle relay with Thoreson, Jared Schlinz, Kellen Jacobson, and Bubke clocked in 1:02.
Battle Creek-Ida grove won the boys team title with 120 points, followed by Woodbine 97, and G-H 83. River Valley had 24 and Aurelia five.
Other top finishers for the G-H girls were Breanna Mathes second in the 400 hurdles in 1:13; Sarah Forristal third in the 400 meters in 1:09; Nicole Boyle fourth in the 400 meters in 1:09, and third in the 800 meters in 2:41; Meg Kohmehl fourth in the 800 meters in 2:41; Jayde Boyle third in the 1500 meters in 5:42; Brooke Wiese fourth in the shot put with a 32-11 effort; Ashley Drey fourth in the 3000 meters in 12:30; the 4x100 relay third in 56.51; the 4x400 relay second in 4:27; and the shuttle hurdle relay fourth in 1:16.
The River Valley girls made State in the shuttle hurdle relay, placing third in 1:13 with Brittny Shropshire, Emily Todd, Amber Bauer, and Nicole Morgan aboard.
Other top RV finishes were Kaysi Byers second in the 3000 meters in 12:15; Todd fourth in the 400 hurdles in 1:20; and the distance medley relay timed in 5:09.
Aaron Bruce was the top finisher for the Aurelia boys, placing fourth in the 1600 meters in 5:06. The Aurelia girls were led by Ashley Anderson's runner-up high jump of 4-6, and Shaina Thevenin's third-place long jump of 15-2. The 4x100 relay was fourth in 56.0.
The RV boys were fourth in the 4x200 relay in 1:39, and Zak Gander was third in the high jump with a leap of 5-8.