OSAGE BEACH — The Fatima Lady Comets won nine events and the School of the Osage Indians won 10 events Friday in the Osage Invitational.
Caleigh Huot was a triple-winner for the Fatima girls, placing first in the 100- (13.12 seconds) and 200-meter dashes (28.29 seconds), along with the long jump (15 feet).
Other individual winners for the Lady Comets were Bridgett Veit in the 400-meter dash (1:05.34), Vanessa Block in the 300-meter hurdles (56.53 seconds), Corinn Karst in the high jump (4-10) and Emma Kleffner in the discus (90-2.25).
The Fatima girls also won the 4x100- (55.56 seconds) and the 4x200-meter (1:55.24) relays.
The Osage boys had eight individual winners and two first-place finishes in relays: the 4x100 (48.87 seconds) and the 4x800 (9:12.69).
Winning titles for the Indians were Keigan Vaughn in the 110-meter hurdles (16.58 seconds), Ryan Watson in the 400 (54.42 seconds), John Markovitz in the 3,200-meter run (10:49.75), Eric Hood in the high jump (5-5.75), Corey Hubkey in the pole vault (11-5.75), Lucas Willenbrock in the triple jump (37-7.25), Devin Williams in the shot put (41-8.75) and Franklin Sallee in the discus (124-10).
No team scores were recorded at the meet.
The Osage girls won six events, including the 4x400 (4:32.73) and 4x800 (10:53.40) relays.
Winning individual titles for the Lady Indians were Bayley Johnson in the 800 (2:39.47), Sara Wolf in the 1,600-meter run (5:33.46), Madison Kessler in the pole vault (8-5.75) and Madison Crossno in the javelin (88-8.75).
The Eugene boys won the 4x200 (1:36.71) and 4x400 (3:46.35) relays. Also placing first for the Eagles were Garret Robinett in the 100 (11.31 seconds) and the 200 (23.81 seconds) and Dylan Koeppen in the 300 hurdles (44.95 seconds).
Winning individual titles for the Fatima boys were Tyler Kloeppel in the 800 (2:14.59), Michael Kloeppel in the 1,600 (4:57.03), Hunter Herzing in the long jump (18-5.75) and Easton Haslag in the javelin (141-1.5).
For the Eugene Girls, Makenna Short won the 100-meter hurdles (19.90 seconds), Olivia Angerer won the triple jump (30-4.25) and Kaitlyn Taylor won the shot put (30-5).