Individually for the Berries, Jen Crafford won the 1,600 run and high jump, Ashley Spear won the 200 dash, Amber Hart took first in the 300 hurdles, Cheyanne Camp won shot put, Haley Lopez won discus and Emily Pomasl took first in pole vault.
Crafford teamed with Maddi Zartman, Kourtney True and Megan Martin to win the 4x800 relay.
Cass was strong in the running events with seven wins in 11 events.
“It is always great to run with coach Kuhn’s Lady Berries,” Scott said. “We have a friendly rivalry and we are definitely looking forward to the county meet on Saturday. I tried to be conservative and smart with how the girls ran [Monday] because we are preparing for three more meets this week. We had some younger girls step up and score points, and run their personal bests. I am very proud of their efforts.”
Individually for Cass, Kelsey Smith won the 100 dash, Brooke Langley was tops in the 100 hurdles, Claire Crum took first in the 400 run, Haley Johnson won the 800 run, Maci Maupin won long jump and Gabi Carney won the 3,200 run.
Smith, Crum, Langley and Maupin teamed to win the 4x100 relay. Johnson joined Smith, Langley and Karli DeHaven in winning the 4x400 relay.