Track: Jesuit-Sheaner Relays morning session wrap-up

* The best throwers in the state and the nation, for that matter, were on hand, but it was Whitesboro's Hayden Baillio who emerged as the champion in the discus (185-10) and shot put (62-4) in the 5A division. Colleyville Covenant's Alex Adams, the nation's leading discus thrower at 209-8, placed ninth in the discus at 137-9. Red Oak's Corwyn Pace was third at 185-10.

*In 4A, Forney swept the top three spots in the shot put thanks to Landon Hartwick (51-2 1/2), Alex Dennis (50-8) and Zach Toops (49-6 1/2).

* Flower Mound's Jack Spinks, a Rice recruit, won the 5A high jump at 6-8.

*Mansfield Timberview's Jim Stitt won the 5A 3,200 (9:35.82).

* Lancaster 's Tre Lynch won the 4A triple jump (46-0 1/4).

Track: Jesuit-Sheaner Relays afternoon session wrap-up

* Lancaster posted a convincing victory in 4A with 133 points, ahead of Marshall (60) and Waco (58). Lancaster won all three sprint relays for 60 of its points. Junior Freeman Kelley won the long jump and was part of the winning 4x100 (42.21) and 4x200 (1:27.90) relays.

* Garland won the 5A title with 72 points. Jacques Caldwell and Jarrett Ben were part of three victories. Caldwell won the 200 (21.63) and ran the first leg on the first-place 4x100 (41.81) and 4x200 (1:28.06). Ben won the 100 (10.74) by a hundredth of a second over his teammate, senior Alex Williams, and was also part of the winning sprint relays.

* Lake Highlands senior Clifton Leake won the 5A 300 hurdles (38.94).

* Chance Casey from Crosby, near Houston , posted a time of 14.08 in the 110 hurdles. Entering the weekend, 14.11 was the nation's best mark.

* DeSoto's Isah Muhammed, Christian Rolls, D'Odrick Sykes, and Marcus Stafford won the 5A 4x400 in 3:20.14.

* The top four competitors in the 5A 800 races were separated by a mere 16-hundreths of a second. Grapevine's Anthony Groom won in 1:58.22, followed by Plano 's Sirron Warren (1:58.31), Southlake Carroll's Mike Troop (1:58.33) and Pinkston's Pinya Issa (1:58.38).