Times Sports Editor
The Northview boys' track team, paced by strong showings in the distance and throwing events, won a 92-69 track decision over visiting Clay City on Tuesday in a meet also featuring White River Valley.
The Northview girls won 11-of-16 events on the way to a 95 to 41 win over the Eels with WRV in third.
Northview's Connor Strain won both the 1,600 and 3,200 events, was part of the winning 3,200 relay team and placed second in the 800 meters to lead the Knights scoring.
Teammate John Latta, also on the relay team along with Eli Kirby and Kolby Henke, placed second in both the 1,600 and 3,200 events.
Griffin Maurer was the 300 hurdle winner and finished second to Clay City's Orry Heffner in the 110 event.
Kyle Seymour was second in both the 100 and long jump and Heffner was runner-up to Northview's Logan Lynch in the high jump.
The Knights' Jared Royer topped the pole vault with a career-best 12-0 with teammate Jordan Maurer just behind with an 11-6.
In throwing events, Jordan Keller topped the shot put ahead of Clay City's Jacob Payne and Devon Hall was the discus winner ahead of Ross Crooks of the Knights.
Northview's Landry Moore was the 400 and 200 meter winner for the Knights.
In the girls' meet, Samantha Solomon had a career-best in a discus win with a throw of 114-2 ¾ and was the shot winner as well.
Sara Niehaus edged out Clay City's Rachael Narlock in the long jump. Narlock was also second in the high jump.
The Knights' Shandi Travis topped the event and Rachael Packard won the pole vault for the Knights.
The Eels' Andrea Ladd raced to wins in the 100 and 200 meters with Niehaus the runner-up in the 100 and Carlee Bell second in the 200.
Hannah Hayes was second in the 400 meters for Northview, who got a pair of hurdle wins from Annie Smiley.
Clay City's Hanna Moore placed second in the 800 meters.
Kylee Thacker earned wins in the 1,600 and 3,200 meters for Northview.
In the relays, Marissa Bryan, Charlie Greichgauer, Corey Laue and Tiffany Young teamed to win the 3,200 relay for the Knights. In the 400 relay, Bell, Elle Kleiber, Niehaus and Smiley won the event for the Knights.
The 1,600 relay was won by the Eels' team of Ladd, Megan Vansickle, Ashley Seymour and Moore.