Patrick Biver went to the top in the 400-meter dash, his time of 51.86 seconds more than three seconds better than the field as teammate Matt Clymer (55.43 seconds) took third place.
Dan Wolfanger, Jeff Kringer, Nick Smolenski and Max Dwyer went out in the 4x100 and, in 46.43 seconds, prevailed over Westmoreland (47.21 seconds) and the field. Wolfanger, Clymer, Biver and Ethan Johanns were second (3:32.30), right behind Jordan-Elbridge (3:31.87), in the 4x400 relay.
On his own, Johanns was second in the 200 in 25.05 seconds. Cooper Watt contended in the 3,200-meter run, finishing third in 10:46.02. Nick Hook, in 12.04 seconds, was fourth in the 100 sprint as Kringer was fifth in the 110 high hurdles.
In field events, Eli Goodell, by clearing 5’6”, won the high jump, with Hook (5’2”) sliding into third place. Dalton Carter was third in the pole vault, topping 9 feet. Nate Molnar took fifth (39’2”) in the shot put as Hook got fifth (35’ ¼”) in the triple jump. Ari Hristoduolou was seventh in the long jump.
Molnar, Walker Porter, Nick Kochan and Tommy Hagen were second (4:01.60), well behind J-E (3:41.02), in a special 4x100 relay for throwers.