A pair of Tennessee schools took home top honors at the LFO Invitational track meet on Friday as the Ooltewah boys and Signal Mountain girls emerged victorious in the 11-team field.

The Owls won the title with 103 points, while Heritage (94.5), LFO (71.5), Southeast Whitfield (65.5), and North Murray (56) rounded out the top five. Signal Mountain (49), Gordon Lee (46), LaFayette (38.5), Notre Dame (34.5), Hixson (27), and Tyner (20.5) filled out the rest of the field.

Gordon Lee picked up wins in two events. Andrew Towns won the pole vault at 11-feet even, while Randall Smith (42-1) edged teammate Corey Jewell (41-1) for first place in the shot put.

Winston Tramble (119-7) placed second in the discus for LaFayette.

On the girls' side, Signal Mountain's 118.5 points gave them a comfortable win over second-place LFO (77). Notre Dame and Southeast Whitfield (74.5) tied for third with Heritage (59) placing fifth.

The rest of the standings included Ooltewah (55), Tyner (48.5), Gordon Lee (48), LaFayette (30), and Hixson (18).

Gordon Lee won three events. Kalei Kimbrell (5-2) took first in the high jump, Anna Pettigrew (8-0) won the pole vault, and Shay Wooten (32-9) grabbed first in the shot put.