The Little Falls boys team rode the strength of four event-winners, as well as a sweep of the top three spots in the 800-meter run, to breeze to the Granite Ridge Conference indoor championship at Foley, March 29.
The girls team race had the top four teams only separated by a dozen points, with Little Falls finishing third overall.
The Flyers had four seniors capture first place, including Blake Toso in the 400 (57.35), Sebastian Sowada in the 800 (2:05.15), Dan Mushel in the pole vault (12-feet, 6-inches) and Trysten Ross in the shot put (49-feet, 6-inches).
Sowada was followed immediately by seniors Mathew Massmann (2:07.28) and Cam Smith (2:13.01) in the 800.
Also producing runner-up performances were freshman Nick Maslowski in the shot put (46-feet, 1-inch), Sowada in the 1,600 (4:32.82), the 4×800 relay team of Smith, freshman Tyler Moore, junior Josh Kapsner and sophomore Daniel Palmer (8:57.85) and the 4×400 relay team of junior Brighton Goodrich, Toso and juniors Kyle Kabanuk and Mark Brezinka (3:56.44), with Massmann taking third in the 1,600 (4:41.42).
Placing fourth were senior Tucker Brastad in the triple jump (37-feet, 2-inches), Moore in the 1,600 (4:51.81), Mushel in the 55 hurdles (8.42) and the 4×200 relay team of sophomores Wyatt Nelson and Gunner Kleinschmidt, freshman Brett Zawatzke and Brezinka (1:47.6).
The girls team also captured wins in four events, including senior Maria Hauer in the 1,600 (5:33.52) and 800 (2:31.3), senior Rachelle LeBlanc in the pole vault (10-feet, 6-inches) and the 4×400 relay team of Hauer, senior Vanessa Meschke, freshman Melissa Geisenhof and junior Heidi Moe (4:36.34).
Finishing third overall were senior Taylor Kunkel in the shot put (28-feet, 2-inches), junior Hailey Claseman in the long jump (14-feet, 1.5-inches) and triple jump (30-feet, 2.5-inches), the 4×800 relay team of Heidi Moe, senior Laura Moe, sophomore Amelia Kresha and freshman Kacy Steinmetz (10:38.9) and the 4×200 relay team of sophomore Hannah Veillette, junior Katelyn Staab, senior Jaclyn Scepurek and freshman Erica Kurowski (2:04.68) and taking fourth place was Meschke in the 400 (1:08.25).