Once again, Evan Brockway is the Class 2A state high jump champion.
The Quapaw senior made it two straight Friday when he cleared 6-4 in competition at Moore.
Brockway headed up one of the best showings in recent memory for Ottawa County athletes in state track competition.
4 Afton's Shawn Free won the shot put with a throw of 48-3.
4 Fairland's Justin Thompson won the discus with a throw of 155-2.
4 Commerce won the boys' 4x100-meter relay in 45.72 seconds.
Corey Beaver of Fairland was second in the shot put with a throw of 47-3.
Beaver also tied for fourth in the discus with Tyler Boyd of Turpin. Both had throws of 133-0.
Quapaw's Chase Price was fourth in the high jump and long jump. He and Jared Ward of Foyil cleared 5-10 in the high jump and he went 20-11 in the long jump.
Josh Botts of Commerce was fourth in the 100-meter dash and fifth in the 200. His time in the 100 was 11.23 seconds and 23.66 in the 200.
Long was fourth in the 300-meter hurdles. He was timed in 42.55 seconds.
The Tigers' Jared Dobb placed sixth in the shot with a throw of 44-0.
Caitlyn Burnside of Fairland was fifth and Afton's Macy Gibson was sixth in the girls' high jump. Both went out at 4-10, but Burnside had fewer misses.
The Commerce 4x100-meter relay team was sixth at 53.49 seconds.