Both Riverside and Valley participated in high school track and field meets last week.
In the Hurricane Sheetz Invitational on Saturday at Hurricane, the Riverside boys scored 31 points to place seventh. With 110.75 points, Winfield grabbed top honors.
Trevor Carson enjoyed a solid day for the Warriors. Carson had a front-running time of 2 minutes, 1.44 seconds in the 800-meter run, and he also placed fifth in the 1600 (4:32.04).
Carson Casto also produced two solid individual efforts for the Warriors, placing second in the 110 hurdles (16.85) and third in the 300 hurdles (43.86).
Riverside placed fourth in the shuttle hurdles relay (1:09.14) and sixth in the 4x100 relay (49.3). Listed team members in the shuttles were Casto, Landon Faber, Isaiah Osborne and Dryden Holstein. Members of the 4x100 unit were Jordan Nichols, Grayson Hammitt, Nick Grady and Malik Ball.
On the girls side, Winfield (143) also claimed first place. Riverside scored five points. The quartet of Alaina Rumbaugh, Karlee Smith, Olivia Fauver and Alexis Martin crossed fourth in the shuttle hurdles (1:19.3), and Martin was sixth in the 100 hurdles (18.09).
In the Sherman Tide Open last Monday at Laidley Field, Kaylee Nickoson provided all seven points for the Valley girls. Nickoson was third in high jump (4-6) and sixth in the long jump (13-1 1/2).
Valley is scheduled for the Capital City Classic this Friday at Laidley Field. Riverside will compete in the Carlos Akers/Doc Hale event Saturday at Cabell Midland.