For one of the few times this season, defending state long jumper Maddie Nossek had to settle for second place in the event.
The slide occurred April 19 at the Payson Rotary-sponsored freshmen and sophomore invitational held on the newly refurbished PHS track.
There, Nossek had to settle for the silver medal in the long jump with a leap of 16 feet, 3.25 inches. The winning jump was 16 feet, 5 inches.
Nossek, however, added to her long list of gold-medal victories by winning the high jump at 4 feet, 10 inches.
Other gold-medal winners included Gunner Bauer, Jacquelyn Oesterblad and Kady Ward.
Bauer won the 800 meters in 2:16.88, Oesterblad took the 3200-meter title by turning in a 13:50.2 clocking, and Ward threw 91 feet, 10 inches to win the discus.
In addition to Oesterblad's win in the 3200, she was second in the 1600 meters in 6:07.91.
Other silver-medal winners for Payson were David Knauer, 3200 meters, 12:13.90; Dustin Iles, 300 hurdles, 44:04; Sean Ford, shot put, 34:10; Lucy Schouten, 3200 meters, 13:44.32; and Holly West, shot put, 28 feet, 8 inches.
Bronze medalists included Payson Herring, 100 meters, 11.91; Eddie Welsh, discus, 104 feet, 9.5 inches; Melissa Smith, shot put, 25 feet, 8.5 inches; Schouten, 1600 meters, 6:08.60; and Ward, shot put, 28 feet, 5 inches.
No team scores were kept.