MIAMI — Hannah Hardcastle and Lilly Jackson were double individual winners Monday in the Miami Wardog Middle School track meet.

Hardcastle won the seventh-grade girls’ 100-meter dash with a time of 14.25 seconds and 200 at 29.28 seconds.

The Lady Wardog 4x200-meter relay team also finished first with a time of 1:58.90.

Jackson swept the eighth-grade girls’ weights, taking the shot put (27-3) and discus (80-1).

Wall was first and teammate Becca Hopping was second in the high jump. Both went 4-5, but Wall took first with fewer misses.

Luke Hackett was fourth in the eighth-grade boys 110 hurdles (17.80) and 300 hurdles (46.72).

Jett Cheatham was second in the eighth-grade boys long jump (16-1), fourth in the 200 (26.68) and sixth in the 100 (12.94).

The eighth-grade Dogs’ 4x200 meter relay team — John Berryman, Jacob Kennedy, Hackett and Cheatham — was fifth at 1:47.71.

Tahlequah was first in the seventh-grade girls competition with 149 points.

Wagoner was second with 99 points, followed by Pryor, 86; Miami, 82; Grove, 69; Vinita, 64; Claremore, 33; Cleora, 10; Jay, 9, and Catoosa, 2.

The eighth-grade girls winner was Grove with 117 points.

Tahlequah was second with 105.5 points, followed by Claremore, 104; Pryor, 92; Vinita, 89.5; Miami, 64; Jay, 27; Catoosa, 19, and Wagoner, 9.

On the seventh-grade boys’ side, Tahlequah breezed to the team title with 166 points, 55 more than runner-up Claremore.

The rest of the field included Jay, 102; Pryor, 81; Vinita, 64; Wagoner, 63; Grove, 55, and Catoosa, 12.

Claremore also was a lopsided winner on the eighth grade boys’ side.

The Colts rolled up 196 points and Grove placed second with 100.

Tahlequah was third with 91 points, followed by Pryor, 86; Wagoner. 83; Vinita, 32; Miami, 29; Jay, 6, and Catoosa, 4.