GRAND RAPIDS\u00a0\u2014\u00a0Santana Scott won a pair of Division\u00a0 4 track state titles for Evart and led the Wildcats to a second-place finish Saturday. Scott was first in the 1,600 run (4:22.89). \u201cI just kept the lead and I think I finished with a 12-second lead,\u201d Scott said. Teammate Josh Woods was fourth (4:33.64). Scott won the 3,200-meter run (9:42.83). The 1,600 mile \u201cwas definitely the most fun, going out there and finishing by myself,\u201d he said. \u201cThat was more of a race,\u201d Scott said. \u201cI was out for the first four laps, then it was me and another kid for the next two laps. I took it from there.\u201d Zach Parshall placed fifth in the high jump (6-2). Evart was sixth in the 800 relay (1:33.84). \u201cThe kids did well,\u201d Evart coach Dennis Peacock said. \u201cEven the places where we didn\u2019t medal we ended up running as well as we have all year.\u201d Saugatuck won the team standings with 66 points. \u201cThey have a nice team, they probably scored in nine different events,\u201d Peacock said. Evart, with 32 points, took the second-place team trophy, while Cassopolis was third with 30. \u201cOur goal was 35 points,\u201d Peacock said. \u201cWe came up a little short. The talent at a meet like that is so good and so spread out.\u201d The Evart girls scored 10 points from Mara VanOrder with two fourth places: in the high jump (5-1) and the 400-meter run 59.69).