Savon Scarver won two individual events Friday, and the Centennial boys track team took control after the first day of the Skyhawk Invitational at Silverado.
Scarver won the 110-meter hurdles with a time of 14.97 seconds, and also took home the 200 dash (21.56).
James Johnson also won for Centennial, topping the long jump field with a distance of 23 feet, 9¾ inches. Tre Harley’s win in the 400 dash (47.92) and the Bulldogs’ 800 relay victory (1:26.32) also contributed to Centennial’s team score of 101 points.
Liberty is second with 40 points, and Basic is third with 36½.
Basic’s Frank Harris won the high jump (6-4), and the Wolves won the 3,200 relay.
Liberty’s Corey Moore won the discus (175-8), and Musio Jimenez-Vazquez won 1,600 run (4:20.76) for Sunrise Mountain.
At Silverado, Karina Haymore and Alexis Gourrier finished 1-2 in the 800 meters, and Quincy Bonds won the 300 hurdles to help Centennial take a commanding lead after the first day of the Skyhawk Invitational.
The Bulldogs scored 104 points, with Rancho second at 42½. Liberty is third with 42 points, followed by Silverado (37) and Canyon Springs (27).
Haymore crossed the line in 2:10.09, with Gourrier nearly five seconds behind.
Bonds won the hurdles in 44.25, edging teammate Talie Bonds by one-hundreth of a second.
Centennial (3:53.55) edged Rancho in the 1,600 relay by less than a second. Rancho won the 400 relay in 47.51 with Centennial close behind in second.
Athiya Iese won the shot put (40-8) and Gabby Carson was first in the pole vault (11-6) for Liberty.
Silverado’s Mikayla Kelley won the triple jump with a mark of 36-9, and Gwendolyn Mitchell of Canyon Springs won the 100 in 12.38.