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Sixth-grade boys

Beau Miller led Liberty to triumph in the small schools sixth-grade division. He soared 4-8 in the high jump to win by four inches and also won the 800-meter run in 2:47.73.

As a team, Liberty scored 57 points to 44 for runner-up Wilson and 39 for third-place St. Vincent.

Kyle Novak was the Most Outstanding among the large-school runners, winning the 70-meter dash in 9:25 and the 100 in 13.99.

The overall team winner was Valley Vista with 68.5 points, followed by Grant with 41 and McKinley with 32.