Abi Stevens won the high jump with 5 feet, 2 inches for her West Allis Hale team in its home meet, the Mondo Invitational, on April 15.
That was the only championship for either Hale or West Allis Central in the annual track and field event, which opens the outdoor season, but the teams collected plenty of high finishes.
Hale's HaLena Lassiter came in second with 35-9 in the shot put and Central's Madison Williams finished third in the long jump with 17-3.
Stevens also came in fourth in the triple jump with 33-8¼ and Hale teammate Abby Arena fifth in the long jump at 16-4¼.
Hale's Mel Freet shared fifth place in the pole vault with 8-6 and sixths went to Calie Walk in the 100-meter dash at 13.73 seconds, Maddie Lawson in the high jump with 4-10, the 4x200-meter relay team of Serina Pehowski, Courtney Niemczyk, Arena and Lawson with 1 minute, 56.33 seconds and the 4x100 relay unit of Christy Einberger, Walk, Niemczyk and Stevens at 55.29 seconds.
Snaring sevenths for Hale were Destiny Tomlin in the 200 dash (27.91), Pehowski in the long jump (15-11¾) and Arena in the triple jump (32-5¾).
Central posted sevenths from Hailey Gorny in the 100 hurdles (19.83) and Williams in the 100 dash (13.79).
Williams was also eighth in the 200 dash (28.65) to close out another strong all-around meet for the sophomore.
Also finishing eighth for Hale were Niemczyk in the pole vault (8-0) and Lassiter in the discus (88-2).
The Huskies captured seventh place with 49 points in the 12-team meet, which was won by Waukesha West at 125 points. Central was 12th with 11 points.
Central is now off until the Wauwatosa West Invitational at 3:30 p.m. Friday, April 28, and Hale competes in the Wisconsin Lutheran Invitational at 9:30 a.m. Saturday, April 22.