The L.D. Bell and Euless Trinity track teams performed well in the District 7-6A meet at Coppell High School on April 13 and 14.
Bell and Trinity finished third and fourth in the varsity girls standings, with the Lady Raiders finishing with 131 points.
Trinity's Armani Battle won the 100-meter dash with a time of 12.57 while besting her preliminary time by 0.38 seconds.
In the 800-meter run, Bell went 1-2 after Leisa VanVooren won the event followed by Alyssa Wallach. VanVooren won with a time of 2:21.03, while Wallach came in at 2:22.93.
Bell's Maddie Telford won the 100-meter hurdles at 15.32 while coming in third in the 300-meter hurdles.
The Lady Trojans' team of Darian Bucknor, Precious Ogba, Kalimah Muhammad and Battle won the 4x100 relay with a time of 49.22 – 0.22 faster than Colleyville Heritage.
Trinity also won the 4x400 relay while Bell came in third in the 4x200.
Bell's Jakierra Drummer earned second in the high jump while Telford won the pole vault. Bell's Lizzie Pullman came in fourth.
Bucknor won the triple jump with a distance of 37-½ feet and Bell's Anisha Garner came in third at 36-1 ¼. Fellow Lady Raider Anna Hafoka won the shot put and Melinda Gbollie came in third. Trinity's Alexus Glenn and Kina Fonookalafi finished fourth and fifth.
The Lady Raiders went 1-2-4 in the discus. Hafoka won the event while Gbollie came in second. Sidra Triplett was fourth.
It was the same on the boys side, as Bell came in third by scoring 107 points while the Trojans came in fourth with 65 points.
Bell's Isaiah McBride came in second in the 100-meter dash and Ryan Linton came in third in the 200-meter dash.
Trinity's Cameron Jones won the 400-meter dash with a time 49.21. Bell's Elier Gonzalez finished fourth in the 110-meter hurdles and fifth in the 300 meter. Teammate Ben Yerigan came in fourth.
Bell topped the field in the 4x100 relay with the team of McBride, Linton, Jonathan Castillo and Ricky Walton. Trinity's team of Markis McCray, Jones, Isaiah Runnels and Dejuan Garrett came in fourth.
The Raiders came in second in the 4x200 and third in the 4x400. Trinity finished fifth in both events.
McCray became the district champ in the long jump, going 22-9 ¾, and McBride came in right after at 22-2. Bell's Tim Starks finished fifth.
Trinity finished runner-up while Bell came in at third and fourth in the triple jump. Deon Washington earned eight points for the Trojans while Jaylin Brooks and McBride got six and four points for the Raiders.
Chris Daniels won the shot put for Trinity with a distance of 52-5 and Bell's David Dorsett came in third.
Jaylon Bevil and Andrew Drinkard came in third and fifth in the discus throw for the Trojans, while Dorsett finished third.
Also, the Bell girls junior varsity came in second with 109 points, while the Lady Trojans came in fifth. The Bell boys junior varsity came in second with 151 points and Trinity came in fourth.
Kennedy Howard (Trinity), Kiara Posey (Bell), Kailee Bedunan (Trinity) won the JV girls 100-, 200- and 400-meter dashes, respectively, and Trinity won the 4x100 relay. Bell won the 4x200 and Elise Wilsey (Trinity) won the pole vault.
Bell's Terry Pace (200 meter), Shaun Daniels (long jump) and Nick Dillard (triple jump) won their respected events in JV boys and Jason Vakasiola (Trinity) won the discus throw.