The Camas High School girls track and field team racked up 207 points to win the McMinnville Invitational Friday.
The McMinnville boys team bested the Papermakers by two points for the first place trophy.
In one of the unique events, Cole Zarcone clinched first place for Camas in the 40-yard dash with a time of 4.91 seconds.
In one of the traditional events, Nikki Corbett took first place for Camas in the discus with a personal best throw of 139 feet, 7 inches. The mark also improved her school record in the event.
Alissa Pudlitzke placed first in the 3,000-meter run with a personal best time of 10:16.01. Jordan Davis grabbed first place in the 100 hurdles (15.14) and second place in the 200 dash (27.04). Tamaki Murata claimed first place in the 300 hurdles (47.26) and second place in the 100 hurdles (15.87). Rachel Gray gained first place in the 400 run (1:01.63) and Karsyn Quade earned first place in the 100 dash (12.97).
Caleigh Lofstead won the pole vault (12-0). Emma Jenkins (4:52.22) and Maddie Woodson (4:52.77) finished in first and second place in the 1,500.
Adam Ryan, Ryan Gunther, Dustin Zimmerly and Said Guermali grabbed first place for the Camas boys in the 1,600 relay (3:28.04). Ryan also won the 400 (50.75) and Guermali clinched first place in the 1,500 (4:08.33).
David Monarrez leaped to first place in the triple jump (42-8). Mason Ellis won the hammer toss (123-2).
After wrapping up league at Skyview today, Camas enters the Jesuit Relays Friday.