Jamestown High School won 12 events as the John Huth Invite on Thursday in Aberdeen.
Jordan and Justin Slusser and Tate Carlson were each double-winners. Jordan Slusser won the 800 and ran the anchor leg in the Jays’ winning 3200 relay team. Justin Slusser won the 1500 and was also in the 4×800 quartet, which set a meet record in a time of 8:45.50.
Carlson won the 55 hurdles and ran a leg on the Jays’ winning 4×400 relay.
Andy Lillejord won the pole vault and triple jump and was second in the long jump.
Brian Sinner cleared 6-5 to set a meet record in the high jump as the Jays won nine of the 15 events.
Nikki Iverson led the JHS girls, taking the long and triple jumps.
The state indoor meet for Friday was postponed due to the ongoing flood fight in Fargo. The Jays will be back in Aberdeen on April 4 for the Al Sahli Invite.