The Durango High School track and field team finished 3rd in both boys and girls team scoring at the Piedra Vista Invitational in Farmington, N.M., on Saturday.
For the girls, Lindsey Jankowski won the 100 meter hurdles with a time of 17.27.
Durango took 2nd, 3rd and 4th in the pole vault, with Jankowski besting teammates Chrissy Slanger and Kallie Strode with fewer attempts to clear the 7 foot, 6 inch jump.
Tasha Fitts won the long jump with a jump of 16 feet, with Slanger taking third.
The Demon girls team of Slanger, Fitts, Nora Schweitz and Karli Foreman placed first in the 1,600 medley.
A team of Alyssa Shelton, Fitts, Jankowski and Slanger secured victory in the 4x400.
Lindsey Shamblee placed first in shot put, extending her personal best by two feet and giving the girls their fifth event victory of the Invitational.
For the boys, Gus Barnes took second in the 100 at 11.03 and first in the 200 at 22.61.
Jordy King raced to first in the 400 at 55.08.
The Demons placed 1-2-3 in the 800, with Ian Cross beating out Matt Welbourn and Nick Gates.
Ty Otteson was second in the 1,600 at 4:56.68, and teammate Logan Winborn took fifth in 5:01.1.
The 4x100 relay team of A.J. Anderson, King, Kaelen Waters and Barnes crossed in second at 44.38.
In the 4x400, Gates, Otteson, Welbourne and Cross won with a time of 3:36.
Waters' long jump of 19 feet, 7 inches also was the best of the day, totaling five DHS event victories to match the girls.
Triple jumper Dakota Myers, who finished sixth, improved his personal best by almost 2 feet.
Eleven schools competed, yet the standings for both girls and boys finished: 1. Piedra Vista, 2. Aztec, 3. Durango and 4. Montezuma-Cortez.
The Demons will race next at the Mickey Dunn at 8:30 p.m. next Saturday in Grand Junction.