The Haughton boys (76 points) won the boys regional track title Wednesday at Northwestern State by topping fellow Bossier Parish members Parkway (54 points) and Airline (51 points), who finished second and third.
Ruston (85) won the girls over Barbe (82) and Byrd (72).
Haughton’s Micah Larkins propelled the Bucs’ effort, winning the 100 and was part of the first-place 4X100 team.
Hurdler Antonio Woodford won the 300 hurdles and placed second in the 110 to Parkway’s Juwon Johnson.
Parkway’s Hayden Kingfisher beat Byrd’s Daniel Tanner in the 1600, but Tanner responded with a 3200 win over Kingfisher.
Airline’s Cameron Rice is the regional champ in the long jump, triple jump and high jump.
On the girls side, Parkway’s Alison Ringle took the 1600 and 3200, and Byrd’s Caroline Campbell won the 100 and 300 hurdles.
After winning its first-ever district title, Evangel added a region title to that list.
The Eagles (112 points) topped St. Louis Catholic (72).
Nick Eikeseth won the track MVP and Chris Bradley took home the field MVP.
Eikeseth won the 110 and 300 hurdles and anchored the 4X400 and 4X200 relays.
Bradley won the discus and shot put.
Visit the shreveporttimes.com to read about Calvary boys’ 1-2A win and Haynesville boys’ 1-1A win.
The Calvary boys (88 points) edged Lakeside (80) on Thursday at Lee Hedges.
The Jonesboro-Hodge girls (89) squeaked by Homer (83) in ladies competition.
Calvary scraped together points like Jordan Kennedy winning the javelin and placing third in the 110 hurdles.
Jalen Hewitt and Caleb Ryan finished in the top two in the 400, and Calvary won the 4X400, placed second in the 4X200 and placed third in the 4X100.
Lakeside’s Chris Lewis won the 100 and 200, and Eric Greene took the 1600 and 3200.
The Haynesville boys and Cedar Creek girls captured Region 1-1A track and field titles on Wednesday at Ouachita Christian School.
Haynesville (101 points) topped OCS (81), Grambling (72) and Cedar Creek (67) in the 14-team field.
Cedar Creek (111 points) beat out OCS (84), Logansport (64) and St. Mary’s (53) in a 16-team field.
Grambling’s Mosanto Nelson won the boys track MVP by winning the 800 (2:06.43) and the 3200 (10:36.41) and placing second in the 1600 (4:47.59).
Plain Dealing eighth grader Teunna Perry won the field MVP by winning the long jump (16 feet, 3.75 inches), placing second in the triple jump and third high jump.