Host MMC was third with 105, followed by South O'Brien 97, Alta-Aurelia 71, and Granville Spalding 34.
The MMC girls notched six firsts, including individual double winner Erica Dreckman, who won the 100 meters in 12.85, and the 200 meters in a meet record 26.04.
Dreckman also ran on the victorious sprint medley and 4x400 relays. The sprint medley, timed in 2:02, also featured Heather Hoefling, Nicki Schwarz, and Amanda Hoefling; and the 4x400 included Hether Hoefling, Sarah Bird, and Amanda Hoefling clocking 4:36.
The Eagles were second in the 4x800 relay with Bird, Heather Hoefling, Sydney Roberts, and Schwarz timed in 11:23.
MMC thirds went to Taylor Schneider with an 81-9 discus throw, Anna Wilcox's 13:43 time in the 3000 meters, Amanda Hoefling's 28.11 time in the 200 meters, and Schwarz's 6:12 clocking in the 1500 meters.
Orr was fourth in the shot put with a 27-3 3/4 effort.
South O'Brien's girls managed two firsts and three runner-up finishes, with Casie Rehder winning the 400 meter hurdles in 1:07.11, and the Wolverine distance medley team winning in 4:50.91. Seconds went to Sierra Matthews with an 88-6 discus throw and a 29-0 3/4 shot put effort, and the sprint medley relay in a time of 2:04.04.
For Alta-Aurelia, the shuttle hurdle relay was second in 1:19.84, the 4x100 relay was third in 56.19, the sprint medley relay fourth in 2:14.20, the 4x200 relay fourth in 2:10.98, and the distance medley relay fourth in 5:20.32. No names of A-A relay runners were submitted.
Individually for the Warriors, Lindsay Hall was second in the high jump with a 4-6 leap, Haley Payne second in the long jump with a 14-9 effort, Morgan Droegmiller third in the 100 meter hurdles in 18.20, Tami Bertrand third in the 400 hurdles in 1:20.71, and Steph Robbins fourth in the 800 meters in 2:50.35.