HARRISBURG - The Altoona boys team finished second by five points to Cumberland Valley, 84-79, in the 27-team Pan-Ram Track and Field Invitational.
Central Dauphin was third with 60 points.
In the pole vault, Ryan Steinbugl won with a distance of 15-0.
Yuthman Hill was fifth in the 110 high hurdles in 16.29 and was seventh in the 300 hurdles in 42.50. Dreux Stamford was fourth in the 100-meter dash in 11.35 and second in the 200 dash in 22.71. Korey Replogle was second in the 1600 in 4:26.57 and fifth in the 800 run in 2:03.89.
In the 3200 run, Dylan Mountain was second in 9:34.49. In the long jump, Brennan Luciano was fifth with a jump of 19-8. In the discus, Josh Kutz was seventh with a throw of 122-8. In the javelin, Brandon Weigand took fifth at 154-6.
The 3200 team of Pat Reade, Brad Foust, Replogle and Mountain was second in 7:59.02. The 400 relay team of Ryan Steinbugl, Stamford, Dan Moyer and Jake Healy was third in 43.82. The 1600 relay team of Killian Steinbugl, Ryan Steinbugl, Stamford and John Stoltz was fourth in 3:30.93.
"I was actually real happy with the way we performed," Altoona coach Mike Adams said. "Our kids did a real good job all day long of staying focused."
The Altoona girls team also took second place in the 25-team event.
Abby Wagner was the Lady Lions top performer, finishing in first place in the triple jump (35-4) and second in the long jump (16-9).
Katelyn Goodman led all throwers for Altoona in the discus (111-3) and sixth in the javelin at (108-4).
Nikki Kerns earned a pair of third-place finishes in the 100 hurdles with a time of 16.06 and 300 hurdles with a time of 46.31, and a fourth-place finish in high jump with a height of 5 feet.
The 1600 relay team of Shannon Albright, McKenzie Hatch, Brianna Luciano and Kerns managed to finish in fourth with a time 4:10.67
Altoona picked up three sixth- place finishes from Hannah Mulhern in pole vault with a distance of 9 feet, Ashley Lidwell in the 3200 with a time of 12:22.38 and Luciano in the triple jump with a distancet of 32 feet, 7 inches. Central Dauphin East won the meet with 67 points, and Altoona had 61.
Lady Tigers take second
ELIZABETHVILLE - The Hollidaysburg girls team finished second at the 10-team West Perry Invitational, with sophomore Madison Aungst winning Most Outstanding Runner honors at the meet.
Aungst won the 100 (12.6) and the 200 (27.1). She was on the winning 400 relay team (54.1) along with Michelle Muir, Makayla Williams and Emily Brown. She was also on the winning 1600 relay team (4:19.1) along with Alyssa Black, Taylor Pond and Alexis Preston.
The team of Brown, Pond, Preston and Emily Ansley won the 3200 relay (10:25.6). On their own, Pond won the 400 (1:02.9) while Preston took the 800 (2:24.9).
Second-place honors went to Muir in the 100 hurdles (17.8) and the 300 hurdles (51.5), Ansley in the 3200 (12:02), and Makayla Williams and Alex Galanti tied for the pole vault (8-0). Williams finished third in the high jump (4-8) while Ansley was third in the 1600 (5:56). Earning fourth-place honors were Taylor Givler in the javelin (94-5) and Black in the 400 (1:05.6).
Maria Bush took fifth in the long jump (14-7 1/4) and sixth in the 100 hurdles (19.8), while Muir was sixth in the long jump (14-7) and Brown sixth in the 1600 (6:02.3). Black finished eighth in the discus (82-1).
Greenwood won the meet, finishing 12 points ahead of Hollidaysburg.