The Cherokee Braves finshed seventh in the rugged field, claiming one first-place finish, two seconds, and two thirds.
A talented and deep Le Mars squad won the boys team title with 108 points, followed by Storm Lake 90, Orange City Unity Christian 81, MOC-Floyd Valley 62, Hull Western Christian 61, Spencer 55, Cherokee 53, and Sheldon 48.
Snagging Cherokee's first-place finish was Kyle Schuck with a 19-2 1/2 long jump. Schuck was third in the 110-meter hurdles in a time of 15.92.
The Braves second-place finishes went to Cody Stowater's 45-8 1/2 shot put throw, and Marc Husman's 52.09 clocking in the 400 meters. Brock Dagel claimed the other Cherokee third-place finish with a 123-3 discus throw.
Sampson placed fifth in the high jump with a 5-10 leap, and Eamon Adamson was fifth in the 1600 meters in 5:00.61. Cherokee's shuttle hurdle relay also was fifth in 1:06.09, with Schuck, Sampson, Jakob Hummel, and Werthman aboard.
The Braves 4x100 relay of Hinkhouse, Husman, Werthman, and Sampson was sixth in a time of 47.0.
For Cherokee in the girls competition, Taylor Woods was third in the shot put with a 34-7 1/2 heave, and fifth in the discus with a throw of 92-9.
Lauren Husman was third in the 400 meters in a personal best 1:03.44, fifth in the 200 meters in 28.17, and sixth in the long jump with a leap of 15-4 1/4.
Megan Carslon was third in the 800 meters in a season's best 2:33.
Storm Lake won the girls team competition with 117 points, followed by MOC-FV 111, Spencer 106, HWC 87, UC 80, Carroll 36, Sheldon 28, Cherokee 23.