Isaac Teasley won two individual races and was part of both relay squads as Riverside Military’s track and field team cruised to victory at the Leopard Classic on Friday in Homer.
The Eagles’ senior won the 200-meter run, 400 and was on the first-place 400-meter relay and 1600-meter relay squads.
Orlando Stevens won the 110-high hurdles with a time of 15.04 seconds, and also claimed the 300-intermediate hurdles win with a new Class A state-best time of 39.4 seconds. Also for the defending state champions, a new state-best time for 2019 was set in the 1600-relay (3:27).
Senior Harry Kim won the discus with a 153-feet, 10-inch throw, while Shad Dabney won the 100 (11.13).