Kingsford boys in front

IRON MOUNTAIN – Kingsford’s boys, with three firsts from John Cripe, and Gwinn’s girls captured a track quadrangular Monday at Mountaineer Stadium.

The Flivver boys registered 119 points to down Iron Mountain, 62; Gwinn, 49, and Norway, 26.

Cripe raced to firsts in the 100-meter dash (11.78) and 300 hurdles (44.96), and also added the long jump (18-5.5). Flivver teammate Hilding Beaudoin muscled his way to wins in the shot (41-5.25) and discus (143.5).

Iron Mountain’s Daniel Kulas and Luke Zambon also produced two individual firsts. Kulas prevailed in the 1600 (4:50.81) and 3200-meter runs (11:28.55) while Zambon won the 400 (54.31) and high jump (6-2).

In the girls meet, Elaine Schumacher’s first in discus (81-11) and second in shot helped the Modeltowners best Kingsford, 77; Norway, 46, and Iron Mountain, 28.

Flivvers’ Carlee Benzie notched firsts in 100-meter dash (12.87) and long jump (17-5). Norway had a pair of double winners in Alexis Kallenbach (high jump, 5-1; 400, 1:04) and freshman Kyra Johnson (1600, 6:12.74; 3200, 13:41.31).