Recap of high school track and field meets for Saturday, April 25.

The Blue Springs throwers led the Wildcats to a successful Dale Collier Invitational Saturday.
Gus Toca (167 feet, 5 inches) won the discus, while Alex Peola (150-1) was second. Jordan Chrisman (56-2) was second in the shot put while teammate Drew Kerber (50-8.5) finished fourth, helping the Wildcats finish fourth with 62 points.
All but Toca threw a personal best. Chrisman broke the meet record, but still finished second.
“They were phenomenal,” Wildcats coach Joe Cusack said. “They were vital to our success. They scored 31 of our 62 points. We knew they were the strength of the team this year, since we lost a lot of veterans on the track. We’re pleased with how they’re coming along.”
Lamar Vanreed finished third in the 100 (11.2 seconds), while Ryan Podjenski was fifth in the 3,200 (10:13.05).

DALE COLLIER INVITATIONAL
At Kirkwood, Mo.
BOYS
Team scores: 1. McCluer North 92; 2. Columbia Hickman 72.5; 3. East St. Louis 64; 4. Blue Springs 62; 5. St. Clair 61.5; 6. Jefferson City 58.5; 7. Columbia Rock Bridge 57; 8. Normandy 47; 9. Hazelwood Central 44; 10. St. Louis Lafayette 31; 11. Marquette 29; 12. Francis Howell 22; 13. Lindbergh 21; 14. Kirkwood 15.5; 15. Gateway Tech 9; 16. Cardinal Ritter 8; 17. Imagine Prep 1.
Blue Springs top-eight finishers:
100: 3. Lamar Vanreed, 11.2.
400: 6. Jordan Dodd, 50.98.
1,600: 7. Ryan Podjenski, 4:42.30.
3,200: 5. Ryan Podjenski, 10:13.05.
110 hurdles: 7. Jon Trocosso, 15.83.
400 relay: 6. Blue Springs, 43.61.
1,600 relay: 6. Blue Springs, 3:31.94.
Shot put: 2. Jordan Chrisman, 56-2; 4. Drew Kerber, 50-8.5.
Discus: 1. Gus Toca, 167-5; 2. Alex Peola, 150-1.
Pole vault: 7. (tie) Sam Patterson, 11-6.
Long jump: 7. Kody Spight, 19-2.5.
Triple jump: 5. Jayce Thomas, 40-9.