The Saline girls track and field team remained unbeaten in SEC competition with Tuesdays 113-15 win over Monroe.
The Hornets not only won nearly every event. They also swept nearly all of the scoring positions.
Quenee Dale took first place in two events, winning the 100 dash and high hurdles. She was followed by Natalie Wysocki and Samantha Dicks in the hurdles.
In the 1600, Elianna Shwayder, Hannah Cummings and Lauren Green took the top three spots.
In the 400, Alexa Ross, Kelsey Flanagan and Sydney Flanagan took the top three positions.
In the 800, Gloria Park finished first and was followed in by Alyssa Cummings and Hayley Cummings.
Natalie Wysockie, Samantha Dicks and Wendy Szuminski went 1-2-3 in the 300 hurdles.
Alexa Ross won the 200.
Katherine Fedoronko let a group of Hornets over the finish line in the 3200. She was followed by Lauren Green and Abby Rentschler.
The Hornets won every relay but the 4-by-200.
In the field, Randi Bennett continued to own the throwing events.
She won the discus with a throw of 117-07. Amelia Wittig was second with a throw of 100-02. Erin Connor was third at 92-02.
Bennett won the shot put, heaving the rock 37-09. Connor was second (32-06).
Jackie Marchildon won the long jump with a leap of 15-11. Sara Palmerton (14-06) and Alana Hollis (14-02.5) were second and third.
Wendy Szuminski was first in high jump with a leap of 5-0. Lauren Sayre was second, clearing 4-11.