Dixon (133) topped Oregon (95) and Polo-Forreston (78) in a boys track meet featuring some of the area’s top performers on Tuesday in Oregon.
Genoa-Kingston (64) and Dakota (4) rounded out the field.
Earning wins for the Dukes were Evan Grady in the 3,200 (10 minutes, 15.32 seconds), Kyle Le-Blanc in the 100 (12.03), Simon Thorpe in the 800 (2:04.38), Quinton Douglas in 300 hurdles (43.29), Chance Fisher in the 1,600 (5:10.39), Matt Coffey in the 200 (23.95), Josh Musgrove in the shot put (38-5) and Josh Wiseman in the long jump (19-11).
Dixon also won the 400 relay (45.73).
For Oregon, coming out on top were Pierce Dhaese in the 400 (53.92), Troy Pudlas in the discus (132-4) and Ashton Rutherford in the pole vault (12-6).
The Hawks also won the 1,600 relay (3:41.55).
For Polo-Forreston, Brad Cavanaugh won the high jump (6-0), and Brian Cavanaugh won the triple jump (40-2). The Marcos also took the 800 relay (1:37.4).
Duchesses roll at Oregon: Dixon (154) nearly doubled up its nearest competitor, Oregon (81), in a five-team meet hosted by the Hawks.
Earning wins for the Duchesses were Shannon Lahey in the 100 (13.73) and 200 (28.69), Maggie Bushman in the 800 (2:37.56) and triple jump (33-4 1/4), Katie Pitman in the 1,600 (5:46.44), Megan Cooper in the pole vault (7-6) and Lexy Duncan in the long jump (17-11 1/2).
Dixon also won the 1,600 (4:29.84) and 3,200 (10:33) relays.
Shannon Cullen paced Oregon with wins in the shot put (37-9) and discus (92-1). The Hawks’ single-event winners included Kelci Foss in the 3,200 (14:26.41) and Whitney Long in the high jump (5-0).
Polo-Forreston was fourth with 38 points. Placing second for the Marcos were Haley Cisketti in the 3,200 (14:29) and Naeva Groenwold in the long jump (15-0 1/2).
Indian Creek 3, Dixon 0: The Duchesses began their season with a loss to the Timberwolves in Waterman.
Carly Hartle made three saves for Dixon.