Several state records fell in this year's event.

Several state records were broken in the individual events.

The Gillette girls ran away with the team title with 154 points to 4-peat as champs. Natrona was a distant 2nd with 69. Laramie was third at 66.

The boy's race was a lot closer. Natrona beat Laramie by a half a point, 89 to 88.5, and repeat as champs. Central was third at 78.

Mikayla Pzinski of Gillette won the 55 and 200 meter dashes. Pzinski was also on the winning 4 x200 relay. Her teammate, Sydney Wendt, won the 800 and 1600 meters and was on the winning 4 x 800 relay. Wendt set a new state record in the 1600 beating the time of former lady Camel Tabitha Simmons set last year.

That 4 x 200 relay team set a new record. Pzinski raced to first and the record with Olivia McCann, Kaylee Hove, and Kassidy Wanke.

Laramie's 4 by 400 girls relay team was first and set a new state record.  We are efforting the names of that foursome.

Sheridan's Peyton Bomar won the triple and long jumps.

For the boys, Carlos Salcido of Rock Springs set 1 new state record (55 meter dash) and tied another (400 meter dash). He was 2nd in the 200, after winning the preliminaries. He was also on the state champion 4 x 400 relay. He set a new state record in the 55 beating Stephen Michel's time from Laramie by .01. Carlos ran a 6.50 and Michel's time in 2008 was 6.51. In the 400, he would tie Clay Carlson's record of 50.17.

Chase Anderson of Natrona ran a 22.29 in the 200, breaking Michel's record of 22.55.

KW's Hunter Davila won the 800 and 1600.

Gillette's Walker Newell was the 55 hurdle champion along with winning the pole vault.