Solanco's Junior High track and field teams both improved to 3-1 on the season by beating Garden Spot in a home meet Tuesday, April 9.
The girls prevailed 66-30.
Katie Urbine and Maya Torres each captured two individual events. Urbine won the 100 and 200 meter dashes and Torres claimed the discus and shot put.
Kara Peace (400), Zoey DellaVecchia (800), and Dana Neaves (1600) each turned in a first place finish.
DellaVecchia, Emma Baxter, Olivia Singleton, and Alyssa Harpe teamed to take the 4 x 800 relay.
Harpe, Peace, Alanna Brown, and Meg Bailey combined to claim the 4 x 400 relay.
Arianna Seiberlich (second in the 100 and 200), Martha Weaver (second in the shot put and third in the discus), and Ellie Hazell (second in the discus) also earned points for the Mules.
Solanco's boys squad triumphed 62-34.
Aidan Wood won the 100, 200, and 400 to pace the Mules.
Taivon Murphy (long jump), Tyler Burger (high jump), and Josh Sankus (discus) each notched a first place finish.
Dilyn Kemp, Noah Goslin, Sammy Algarin, and Michael Eckman teamed to win the 4 x 800 relay.
Anthony Solis-Morales, Riley Ford, Michael Garvin, Logan Pittman, and Andy Teaman each earned points.
The teams boast a total of 140 athletes, the largest-ever number.
"Overall, we have a great team of athletes," coach Jennifer McDowell said. "Even with many new athletes, they came in strong and ready to learn. Many are multiple-sport athletes which really helps since they have a good athletic base. Track is a sport that benefits all other sports. They gain speed, endurance, and strength."