DILLON — Butte Central’s Lindsay McGree jumped to a pair of titles Friday night at the Dillon Night Meet at a cold, windy Vigilante Field.
Aaron Richards added a victory for the BC boys in the final meet before the Maroons head to the Western A Divisional meet.
Results from the meet were not available until late Saturday. (Meet results)
McGree, a junior, won the long jump and the triple jump. She went a personal best 33 feet, ¾ inch to win the triple jump. She leapt 15-8 ¼ in the long jump.
McGree, who placed fourth in the 100-meter dash, also ran a leg on BC’s third place 400-meter relay along with Allyson Mueller, Cheyanne Parks and Olivia Bolton.
Richards, a sophomore, won the shot put with a mark of 45-1 ½. He also took third place in the discus.
Dillon’s boys and girls won the team titles in their home meet. The Beavers scored 122.5 points to win the boys’ race. Belgrade was second at 79, followed by Livingston at 74.5 and BC at 57.
The Beavers ran away with the girls’ title, scoring 136 points. Belgrade was a distant second at 57, followed by BC at 25 and Livingston at 19.
Paige Weber posted a third place in the high jump for the Maroons, while Olivia Bolton took third in the long jump. Also, Savannah Parks ran to fourth in the 1,600.
Cutter Thatcher posted a second-place finish in the long jump for the BC boys. He also took fourth in the long jump.
Ryan Wahl placed second in the discus, and Cade Holter took second in the javelin.
Clay Fisher ran to third place in the 100 and fourth in the 200. He posted a person best of 11.73 seconds in the 100.
Zeb Antonioli grabbed third place in the shot put, Brian McGeehan ran to third in the 800, and Thomas McGree placed third in the 110 hurdles. McGree also took sixth in the long jump.
BC’s Nathan Ortega placed fourth in the 3,200 and sixth in the 1,600. Jared Simkins took fourth in the high jump, and his brother Matt placed fifth in the long jump.
Also, BC took third in both relays. Thatcher, Jared Simkins, McGree and Fisher ran the short relay for BC. Thatcher, Jared Simkins, Fisher and McGeehan each ran a leg.