Sweeping all four relays, Parkway won the Don Millen Bearkat Relays Thursday at Benton’s Tiger Stadium.
Parkway athletes won seven of the 15 individual events.
Parkway’s Devon Oliver and Benton’s Marc Perry were the only double winners.
Oliver took the shot put with a toss of 45 feet, 6 inches, edging teammate Jake Morton by 9 inches.
He won the discus with a throw of 136-3. Benton’s Davis Sellers was second with a 134-7.
Perry won the triple jump with a leap of 42-9. Parkway’s Trey Fisher was second with a 39-3 1/2.
Perry took the high jump with a 6-2, four inches higher than three other competitors. Fisher was second on fewer misses.
Perry also finished second in the long jump with a 20-6. Bossier’s Waunkeyus Manning won with a 21-9
Parkway’s Jaylan White and Haughton’s John Ecot went head-to-head for the first time this season. White won in 10.84 seconds, .24 faster than Ecot.
Parkway’s Greg Chitman took the 200 in 23.24. Manning was second in 23.48.
Parkway’s Ed Moses and Will Achee finished 1-2 in the 400. Moses ran a 52.96 and Achee a 53.34.
Haughton’s Kenneth Smith captured the 800 in 2:00.27. Benton’s Mason Haley took second with a 2:02.52.
Benton’s Anthony Ardoin and Austin Parker finished 1-2 in the 1,600. Ardoin ran a 4:59.84 and Parker a 5:04.40.
Parkway’s Andrew Kent and Jesus Cordova were first and second, respectively, in the 3,200. Kent ran a 10:13.21, finishing 13.02 ahead of Cordova.
Haughton’s Tyler Stewart won the 110 hurdles in 16.27. Fisher claimed the 300 hurdles in 46.90. His teammate O’Myrion Jenkins was second in 47.21.
The foursome of Demontayvious Blackwell, Chitman, Jayson Williams and White captured the 4X100 relay in 43.78. Haughton’s Dexter Smith, Christian Obregon, Demetri Williams and Ecot finished second in 44.21.
Camaro Mayo, Chitman, Williams and Achee took the 4X200 in 1:34.05. Smith, DJ Gladney, Obregon and Ecot were second in 1:35.70.
Moses, Williams, Achee and Gabriel Falting won the 4X400 in 3:36.93. Benton’s Ashton Jordan, Austin Richard, Haley and Perry were second in 3:38.09.
Noah Fox, Gary Smith, Kent and Cordova took the 4X800 in 8:52.85. Benton’s Bernabe Mancilla, Justin Bradford, Seth Henson and Parker finished second in 8:54.08.
Haughton’s Laiden Broadway and Benton’s Neil Mason both cleared 11-0 in the pole vault. Broadway got the 10 points that goes to the winner because he cleared it on his first attempt. Mason made it over the bar on his third.
Haughton’s Chase Tolbert won the javelin with a 142-2. Loyola’s Jeffrey King was second with a 140-3.