Weaver finished seventh in the Class 1A-3A boys state indoor track and field meet Saturday, while Piedmont was ninth and Pleasant Valley 10th.
Weaver scored 32.5 points. Piedmont had 31 and Pleasant Valley 22.5.
Weaver got a big boost from Robert Gaines, who was second in the high jump and long jump. Each of those finishes was worth eight points to the team.
American Christian Academy took the boys title with 104 points. ACA also won the girls championship with 150 points.
Pleasant Valley finished eighth in the girls standings with 18 points.
The Raiders’ Rachel Faucett placed second in the high jump where she was the defending champion. She set a meet record of 5 feet, 7 inches in 2017.
This year, she cleared 5-6 but missed on tries at 5-7 and 5-8. American Christian’s Helen Claire Edmonds cleared 5-7 and tried 5-8 but missed.
Local top-eight finishers from the two-day indoor meet:
Class 1A-3A boys
—Cardavion Myers, Piedmont, third in 60 meters; fourth in long jump; fifth in triple jump
—Darrian Bossey, Piedmont, fifth in 60 meters; third in triple jump
—Micah Benefield, Piedmont, fourth in shot put
—Caden Compton, Piedmont, eighth in pole vault
—Gary Wallace, Weaver, fourth in 60-meter hurdles
—Robert Gaines, Weaver, second in high jump; second in long jump
—Amardric Elston, Weaver, third in high jump
—Brandon Boyce, Weaver, third in shot put
—Connor Wolfe, Pleasant Valley, seventh in 400 meters
—Dekota Roberts, Pleasant Valley, third in high jump
—Skyler McLeod, Pleasant Valley, eighth in high jump
—Matisse Miller, Pleasant Valley, seventh in 800 meters
—Pleasant Valley, third in 4x400 relay; third in 4x200 relay
—Tyler Hester, Ohatchee, seventh in 60-meter hurdles
—Ohatchee, fifth in 4x800 relay
Class 1A-3A girls:
—Mary Robbins, Pleasant Valley, sixth in 60-meter hurdles
—Rachel Faucett, second in high jump
—Brenna Harris, Pleasant Valley, eighth in high jump; seventh in pole vault
—Trinity Roberts, Pleasant Valley, seventh in 3,200 meters
—Pleasant Valley, seventh in 4x400 relay
—Ohatchee, sixth in 4x800 relay
Class 4A-5A boys:
—Matthew Moore, White Plains, second in pole vault
Class 4A-5A girls:
—Kalee Johnson, Alexandria, first in shot put
—Abby Nunnelly, seventh in 1,600 meters; sixth in 3,200 meters
—August Poytress, White Plains, eighth in pole vault
Class 6A boys:
—Shane Denman, Oxford, eighth in triple jump
—Oxford, seventh in 4x800 relay
Spring Garden 91, Weaver 66: Spring Garden poured in 54 points in the first half for a 26-point lead.
The Panthers shot 55.2 percent from the field and committed only five turnovers.
Spring Garden's top performers:
—Dylan Rogers, 23 points, five rebounds
—Riley Austin, 20 points, six rebounds, four assists, four 3-pointers
—Draevan Bowman, 15 points
—Weston Kirk, seven points, five assists
—Dalton Rogers, six points, four assists
Spring Garden 71, Weaver 33: Spring Garden bolted out to a 23-9 lead after one period and cruised from there.
The Panthers didn't let up after intermission, outscoring the Bearcats 15-0 in the third quarter.
Spring Garden's top performers:
—Tiyonna Rogers, 25 points, 11 rebounds
—Macy Reedy, 14 points, four 3-pointers
—A.J. Broome, six rebounds, five assists
—Kerstin Bryant, four rebounds, six assists, four steals
—Payton McGinnis, nine points