The host Mountain Home teams had many high finishes at the annual Seventh Grade Bomber Relays at Bomber Stadium.
For the Seventh Grade Lady Bombers, Grace Beckham was third in the long jump, while Danielle Frencl was sixth and Abby Bobbitt seventh. Emma Martin was second in the triple jump, while Trinity Willett was third, Beckham fourth, Lizzie Hancock sixth, Ashlynn Martin seventh, and Bella Bevel eighth.
Charlie Pierce, Emma Martin and Jaden Chappa finished in a three-way tie for first and Daisy Woodbury was fifth in the high jump.
Olivia Norris was fourth in the shot put, while Alexis Morgan was sixth and Willett seventh. Norris and Morgan were fifth and sixth, respectively, in the discus.
Emma Martin tied for first in the pole vault, while Lauren Helmert was fourth, Frencl and Ally Williams tied for fifth and Sarah Swonger was eighth.
Mountain Home’s girls won two of the three relay events, including the 4×100-meter relay team of Frencl, Abby Martin, Bobbitt and Beckham, and the 4×400 relay of Pierce, Abby Martin, Helmert and Beckham.
The 4×800 relay of Katie McLean, Ashlynn Martin, Justina Langford and Emma Martin placed second.
Frencl placed second in the 100-meter hurdles, while Abby Martin was third, Bevel seventh and Kendra Gee eighth.
Helmert won the 100-meter dash, while Frencl placed second, Pierce fourth, Bobbitt fifth and Abby Martin seventh.
Emma Martin won both the 800 and 1600 races. Langford was third in the 1600, while Madison Feeser was eighth. Ashlynn Martin was fifth in the 800, while Gracie Johnston was sixth and Bevel seventh.
Pierce won the 400, while Helmert was fifth and Swonger eighth. Frencl placed fifth in the 200 and Bobbitt was seventh.
For the Seventh Grade Bombers, Stephen Litty won the long jump, while Abe Crawford was fourth and Andy Baker was fifth.
Bob Allen won the triple jump, and Hunter Preis was seventh and Chase Blum eighth. Baker was third in the high jump, while Ryan Strode was fourth and Litty fifth.
Austin Lance won the discus and placed third in the shot put, while Jordan White was third in the discus, Stephen McGough was fifth and Devon Pittman seventh.
Gregory Banks and Lance Lee tied for first in the pole vault, and James Juber was fourth.
The 4×800-meter relay of Arno Justman, Nathan Jenkins, Eric Peterson and Allen won first place, as did the 4×400 team of Baker, Strode, James Swartz and Brandon Weaver.
The 4×100 relay of Baker, Preis, Charlie Phillips and Strode placed second.
Litty won the 100-meter hurdles, while Strode was fifth, Swartz sixth, Preis seventh, and Juber eighth. Baker was third in the 100-meter dash, while Strode was fourth and Preis fifth.
Crawford placed first in the 800, while Peterson was second, Blum fifth, Allen seventh.
Crawford also won the 1600, while Allen was second, Blum fourth and Dustin Brandenburg fifth.
Litty won both the 400 and 200, while Weaver was second and Swartz eighth in the 400.
Preis was fourth in the 200.