EVART — Evart’s girls and boys track teams both scored dual wins on Friday at home over Hesperia.

The girls scored a 91-64 win.

Taking firsts for the Evart girls were the 4x800 relay team (11 minutes, 52.61 seconds), Tabby Turley in the 100 hurdles (no time), the 4x200 relay (1:58.95), the 4x100 relay (53.79), Mara VanOrder in the 400 dash (1:03.89) and 200 dash (28.97), Brooke Belleville in the 300 hurdles (58.16), Sarah Nelson in the 3,200 run (4:27.14), Lexie Fehrenbach in the pole vault (7 feet, 6 inches) and Allyssa Witbeck in the high jump (5-0).

“I think they were all happy the weather was decent,” Evart coach Ken Willems said. “That was the main thing. The 400-meter relay had a very good run. They’ll get better yet, They had a very good time. Mara VanOrder continues to run well.”

Second places came from Fehrenbach in the 100-meter hurdles (no time), Belleville in the 100 meters (14.11), Nelson in the 1,600 run (6:32.33), Arianna Mooney in the 300 hurdles (1:00.09), Fehrenbach in the 800 run (2:54.11), Brooklyn Ellenbaas in the 3,200 meters (15:50.64), Turley in the long jump, (14-5.75), and Kristin Kullman in the discus (84-10).

“Tabby had her first outdoor meet,” Willems said.

The Evart boys won 92-61.

Taking first places for Evart were Micah Wetters in the 110 hurdles (18.62), the 4x200 relay team (1:40.75), the 4x100 relay team (47.72), Santana Scott in the 1,600-meter run (4:39.35) Danny Griffin in the 400 dash (55.46) Scott Martin in the 200-meter dash (25.82), Scott in the 3,200-meter run (10:15.36), Zach Parshall in the discus (94-10) and Dillon Danley in the shot put (35-4.25).

“We had a lot of fun, it was a good time,” Evart coach Dennis Peacock said. “Parshall had a good day.”

Taking second places were Skylar Ranjel in the shot put (34-3.25), and discus (94-10), Parshall in the high jump (6-2), Pritchard in the long jump (18-2.5), the 4x400 relay team (4:04.25), Josh Woods in the 800 run (2:13.63); Joe Eastman in the 400-meter dash and Danley in the 100-meter dash (12.26).

Evart was scheduled to be at Lake City Tuesday and Pine River Wednesday. “Those are big meets,” Peacock said. “Lake City is pretty good. It’s probably us and them and Pine River for the league championship. We’ll know where we stand the next couple of nights.”