Natrona County High School played host to the Glen Legler/Early Bird track meet on Saturday and with the warm temperatures, teams from all over the state converged in Casper. On the girls side of the ledger, Kelly Walsh took first in the team standings with Natrona 3rd. Individually, KW's Grace Cellecz won the 100 meter dash, NC's Molly Olsen was victorious in the 800 and the 1600. Kelly Walsh won the 4x100 meter relay with Natrona taking 2nd in the 4x400 meter relay. In the field events, Kayla Stibley from NC won the pole vault, her teammate Kodi Schmidt won the discus throw.  Hallie Jimenez of KW took the triple jump and her teammate Madison Dedic was victorious in the shot put.

For the boys, Kelly Walsh finished first in the team standings with 136.5 points and Natrona was 2nd with 110. KW's Lamont Frisby was a 2 event winner, taking the 100 and the 200. The Trojans completed a sweep in the sprints with Preston Gromer winning the 400. In the distance races, NC's Garrett Condelario won the 1600 and the 3200. Kelly Walsh took first in the 4x100 relay and the 4x400 relay. In the field events, Glenrock's Garrett Schwindt won the pole vault, Brett Norvelle of Natrona took 1st in the high jump and University of Wyoming football signee Logan Harris of Torrington won the shot and the discus