The conditions didn't slow the Durango High School track team at the Early Bird Invitational in Farmington on Saturday.
The Durango boys finished third behind Farmington and Belen, while the girls did one better, placing second.
"Weather-wise, it was cold, windy, snowed on us, the sun came out, we saw a little bit of everything," DHS head coach Mark Dutro said. "Performance-wise, the kids did great. They just fought through it and didn't complain about the conditions."
On the boys side, Kaelen Waters took first in the long jump at 20 feet, 3 inches. Waters also helped the 4x400 relay team to its first-place finish at 3:37.49. Nick Gates, Matt Welbourn and Ian Cross were the team's other runners.
Cross also finished first in the 1,600 with a time of 4:55.91, and Welbourn won the 800 in 2:06.79.
Gus Barnes placed second at 100 meters, Nick Gates took second in the 400, Logan Winborn got third in the 3,200, and the DHS boys 4x200 team of A.J. Anderson, Jordy King, Waters and Barnes crossed the line in third.
The Durango girls had success in both relay sprint events.
The 4x100 team of Brittany Gillen, Ashley Bishop, Bryanna Kinlincheene and Jessi Wymore posted a winning time of 56:01.
Alyssa Shelton, Tasha Fitts, Lindsey Jankowski and Chrissy Slanger combined to win in 4:27.91.
Fitts was the girls' only individual winner, edging out Slanger by a half-inch for a long-jump victory at 16 feet, 4 inches.
Slanger took second in the pole vault and joined Fitts, Karli Foreman and Chelsey Helling for a runner-up result in the distance medley.
Jankowski was second in the 100 hurdles, and Bishop was second in the 300 hurdles.
Lindsay Chamblee took third in the shot put with a throw of 29 feet, 11½ inches.
The Demons return to Farmington on Saturday for the Piedra Vista Invitational.