Setting 15 personal records, the Gardner Edgerton High School boys track team turned in a top performance at the Olathe Invitational last week.
Leading the way was junior Andrew Sprague, who tossed discus 146-feet 3-inches to win the gold medal.
Silver medals went to Connor McGuire who cleared 14-feet in the pole vault. Trae Henderson took second at 100 meters with a new personal record of 11.10 seconds.
Third place awards went to Kyle Stubler, who cleared 13-feet 6-inches in the pole vault and Henderson who clocked 13.6 seconds at 200 meters.
Henderson also teamed with Rees Taylor, Tanner Hughes, and Matt Summerlin for third place in the 400 meter relay in 43.81 seconds, the eighth fastest in school history.
Henderson, Hughes, Jamin Anderson and Tim Visos-Ely took third in the 1600 meter relay in 3:30 seconds, which was the best time since 2008.
Personal best performances came from Summerlin in the 100 meters at 11.22 seconds, good enough for fourth place; Dylan Wolford in the javelin with a toss of 143-feet for sixth place; and Sam Stranathan in the discus with a throw of 127-feet 8-inches for eighth place.