Cedaredge's girls scored 101 points in Parachute and placed third behind Delta and Grand Valley on April 4.
The Bruins scored 35 points Saturday (April 8) to place ninth in the 15-team field in the Frank Woodburn at Stocker Stadium.
Camie Baldozier ran a 2:35.09 to win the 800m run, Katie Hyke won the shot put (35-4) and Holly Jenkins was the meet's discus winner with a throw of 95-9, and the Bruins' 4x400 relay team ran a 4:32.80 to win that race.
Grace Andrews placed third in discus (84-0) and the 800 sprint medley relay team posted a time of 2:10.40 for a second third place finish.
Efforts collecting fourth place points went to Brie McGovern in the 200m dash (28.63), Hannah Hatheway in the 800m run (2:48.52), Emily Tullis in 100m hurdles (19.49), Andrews in shot put (32-2.75), Makayla Kehmeier in triple jump (28-10.25) and the 4x100 relay (58.01).
Megan Huggett (1600m run) and Darrin Bulbulian (long jump) placed fifth for the Bruins with Tullis (100 hurdles) and Dalia Alejandre (shot put) finishing sixth.
Violet Gonzalez and Kehmeier placed seventh and eighth respectively in the 100 hurdles.
Paonia High School flexed its muscles against the big girls on Saturday and scored 111 points to win the Frank Woodburn Meet (hosted by Palisade) at Stocker Stadium. Cedaredge fared well with its 35 points and placed ninth in the 15-team field.
Hyke's throw of 34-9 was good enough for a second place finish on Saturday and she placed fourth in discus competition.
The Bruins' 4x800 relay team (11:06.87) was second and a third place finish was earned by the 800 sprint medley relay team (2:02.50).
A throw of 31-7.25 in shot put meant a fifth place finish for Andrews and Tullis placed seventh in 100 hurdles competition.
Eighth place finishes were earned by McGovern (400m) and Hannah Hatheway (800m).
Two accidents involving school property are proving costly for Delta County Joint School District, district business manager Jim Ventrello reported last week. Both incidents involved uninsured drivers, forcing the school district to file claims with its insurance provider and pay deductibles of $10,000.