MOKANE — Brendon Mealy won a pair of events, while Raegan Brown added a first-place finish for South Callaway on Friday at the South Callaway Relays.
Mealy finished first in the boys pole vault, clearing a height of 11 feet, 5 inches. He also added a title in the javelin with a winning throw of 148-11.75.
Mealy's two wins accounted for 20 of the Bulldogs' 45 points, putting them in sixth place out of 12 teams.
Brown won the girls 200-meter dash in a time of 27.68 seconds, helping the Lady Bulldogs to a sixth-place finish of 58.5 points in the final team standings.
Capital City swept the team titles and Harrisburg was runner-up. Capital City had 170 points in the boys standings, followed by Harrisburg with 121, while the Capital City girls recorded 159.5 points and Harrisburg took second with 112.5.
The South Callaway girls totaled 29 points in the 100- and 200-meter dashes. In the 100, Brown was second with a time of 13.54 seconds, followed by Paige Clubb in fourth in 13.87 seconds. In addition to Brown's win in the 200, Clubb placed third in 28.35 seconds.
Lacey Mathews-Honarmand also finished second in the girls pole vault, clearing a height of 8-11.5. Brown added another top-three finish, taking third in the long jump with a leap of 15-11.5.
Other top-eight individual performances for the Lady Bulldogs include Grace Pontius in the pole vault (tied-fourth, 7-11.75) and sixth in the javelin (97-0.75), Clubb in the 400-meter dash (seventh, 1:06.75) and Austyn Culwell in the discus (eighth, 78-7.5).
On the boys side, Kyle Dickinson placed third in the discus with a throw of 130-9 and Evan Martin tied for fourth in the high jump, clearing 5-3.75.
Placing seventh for the Bulldogs were Hunter Martin Hay in the 100 (12.22 seconds) and John Hecktor in the long jump (17-8) and the javelin (119-6.25). Eighth-place finishers include Tyler Potter in the 110-meter hurdles (17.48 seconds), Martin in the triple jump (35-10.75) and Dalton Belcher in the long jump (17-6.25).
In the relay events, the Bulldogs scored points in three of the four races.
The 4x100 relay of Holden Adams, Martin Hay, Belcher and Mealy placed sixth in 47.37 seconds, while the 4x200 relay of Adams, Martin Hay, Trevor Wilson and Martin were seventh in 1:40.91. In the 4x800, the team of Dalton Russell, Aaron McDonald, Nathan Russell and Cole Brewer took eighth in a time of 10:24.28.
For the Lady Bulldogs, the 4x100 relay of Brown, Clubb, Mathews-Honarmand and Kendall Dillon finished in fourth place with a time of 54.87 seconds.
South Callaway's JV team will compete Thursday in the Centralia JV meet, while the varsity team will begin the postseason Saturday in the Class 2 District 2 meet at New Haven.