ANDERSON — The Lamar Tigers swept girls and boys titles at the Big 8 Conference meet on Monday, dominating on both sides by winning by 42 points on the girls and 71 on the boys.
On the boys side, McDonald County sophomore Corbin Jones finished first in the 100-meter dash in 11.2 seconds, finishing ahead of Mount Vernon’s Andrew Montemayor and his 11.3.
McDonald County’s John Howard and Cale Adamson placed fourth and fifth in the 400 in 54.5 and 55.1, respectively.
East Newton’s Caleb Jackson finished second in the 800 in 2:07.5, McDonald County’s Elijah Habert fourth in 2:10.9, East Newton’s Sam Hansen fifth in 2:12.6, and McDonald County’s Garrett Spears sixth in 2:15.9.
East Newton’s Jacob Bennion finished third in the 1,600 in 4:51.5 and Spears took fourth in 5:04.3.
Bennion placed third in the 3,200 in 10:34.3, followed immediately by McDonald County’s David Lazalde in 10:44.1 and East Newton’s Layton Earll in 11:18.4.
McDonald County’s Cole DelosSantos finished third in the 300 hurdles in 43.6 and sixth in the 110 hurdles in 17.6. DelosSantos tied with Seneca’s Jase Cornett in the 110 hurdles.
East Newton finished third in the 4x100, second in the 4x200, fourth in the 4x400, and third in the 4x800. McDonald County took fifth in the 4x100, sixth in the 4x200, fifth in the 4x400, and second in the 4x800.
East Newton’s Dustin McDermott and Austin Brewster finished first and second in the high jump with respective marks of 6-feet, 1 1/2 inches and 6-0.
McDonald County’s Huechi Xiong and Zachary Woods finished 2-3 in the pole vault at 12-6, while East Newton’s Blaine Carter took fourth at 10-6.
McDonald County’s Michael Williams finished third in the long jump at 19-11 and East Newton’s Davis Turner placed fifth at 19-6.
McDonald County’s Williams and Bucky Harrell placed fourth and fifth in the triple jump at 39-8 1/2 and 38-9, respectively, and Turner sixth at 37-10 1/2.
McDonald County’s Elliott Wolfe finished second in the shot put at 45-7 1/2 and teammate Lane Pointer finished fifth at 41-6 1/4.
McDonald County’s Peyton Barton and Elliott Wolfe finished third and fourth in the discus at 141-7 and 135-9, respectively.
Seneca’s Jakob Sampson finished third in the javelin at 144-2, while East Newton’s Dalton Moore took fifth at 130-3.
McDonald County finished third overall in the boys standings and East Newton took fourth.
On the girls side, East Newton’s Kaitlyn Massey won the 400 in 1:01.4 and finished second in both the 100 in 12.4 and the 200 in 26.6.
McDonald County’s Ragan Wilson took fourth in the 400 in 1:05.5.
East Newton’s Kinsey Sorrell won a conference title in the 800 in 2:28.2, over five seconds faster than McDonald County’s Cassadi Dowd.
McDonald County’s Addy Mick and Dowd finished third and fourth in the 1,600 in 6:07.1 and 6:07.4, respectively, while Mick took second in the 3,200 in 13:46.1 and teammate Brooklynn Winters sixth in 14:31.7.
Seneca’s Adron Durman finished fifth in the 100 hurdles in 17.2 and fourth in the 300 hurdles in 52.5. McDonald County’s Ruby Palomo-Martinez finished sixth in the 300 hurdles in 53.2.
East Newton won titles in the 4x400 and the 4x800 in 4:18.2 and 10:24.3, respectively.
East Newton’s Cailyn Ferguson took fourth in the high jump at 4-8.
McDonald County’s Caitlyn Barton and Chloe Teague finished third and sixth in the pole vault at 9-0 and 8-0, respectively.
Seneca’s Taylor Mailes won the long jump with a mark of 17-1 1/2, while McDonald County’s Jordan Witt placed fifth at 15-7. Witt finished fifth in the triple jump at 32-9 1/4 and East Newton’s Brynne Smith sixth at 32-5 3/4.
Seneca’s Haley Miller placed fifth in the shot put at 32-3/4 and McDonald County’s Emily Landers finished sixth at 31-10 1/4.
Seneca’s Chaney Platner and Landers finished fifth and sixth in the discus at 92-7 and 91-4.
Seneca’s Mekaylee Beard and Platner took third and sixth in the javelin at 117-6 and 110-10.
Team scores, boys — Lamar 171, Monett 100, McDonald County 99, East Newton 76, Cassville 68, Mount Vernon 40, Aurora 28.5, Seneca 6.5.
Team scores, girls — Lamar 159, Monett 117, Cassville 82, Mount Vernon 66, East Newton 64, McDonald County 61, Seneca 26.5, Aurora 11.5.