Prep Track and Field

Saturday at the 2017 Iowa high school state track meet: Results, coverage and highlights

The 2017 state track and field meet is history as four boys' teams and four girls' teams claimed championships Saturday at Drake Stadium, not to mention dozens of individual athletes.

Find all of our coverage here.

Post-meet coverage

• 4A Boys: Prairie's Joah Banks cements his legacy

• 4A Girls: Welch, Nock lead Iowa City West to runner-up finish

• 3A Boys: Marion breaks through, wins state title

• 3A Girls: Grace Martensen: Master bottle-flipper, elite hurdler

• 2A Boys: South Winneshiek takes inaugural sprint medley

• 2A Girls: Cascade claims fourth state title in six years

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• 1A Boys: Lisbon dominant en route to third straight state title

• 1A Girls: Sigourney's six enough to win state championship

• Complete results

Highlights and interviews

Lisbon three-peats in Class 1A

 

 

Marion wins first state championship

 

 

Cascade claims fourth state title in last six years

 

 

Sigourney girls win tight race for top 1A prize

 

 

West's Valerie Welch and Bailey Nock win individual gold again

 

 

Prairie's Joah Banks repeats in 4A 110 hurdles

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Benton takes 3A shuttle hurdle, then Grace Martensen wins 100 hurdles

 

 

South Winn takes inaugural 2A sprint medley

 

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