Up in Hamilton County, some of the best schools in the state set off against one another. HSE's Noah Malone had a big night, winning both the 100 (10.72) and 200 (21.82) as well as anchoring their winning 4x100 team (42.43).
IU football commit, Madison Norris smashed through the 110 hurdles to win in 14.22.
Andrew Anderson a freshman out of Noblesville won the 800 in a sub-2 of 1:59.17. The Carmel duo of Harris and Konow worked together to go 1-2 in the 1600 with a 4:29.74 for Harris to take the win. Quinn Gallagher came from behind in the 3200 to take the win in 9:20.01.
Purdue commit, Camille Christopher (HSE) easily won the 100 and 200 with 11.95 and 24.96 times.
Tierra Sydnor had a great night, winning the 400 in 58.4 and the long jump in 17' 7.5".
The stud of the night was in sophomore Phoebe Bates. Bates ran in all 3 distance events and won all 3. She set a new meet record in the 800 with a time of 2:15.34. In the 3200, she just kept widening her gap to win in 10:49.9. She took the 1600 in 5:01.6.