They took the top two spots in the 110 hurdles, with Kale Jackson's time of 14.74 coming in just ahead of teammate Landon Huslig at 14.81. Huslig turned around and won the 300 hurdles in 38.55, with Jackson third.
The girls team didn't claim as much gold as the boys, but won the title with balance, by scoring in multiple events to finish with 101.5 points. Shawnee was second with 96.
The girls won the 400 relay in 49.09, and Burnett repeated her 100-200 double. She won the 100 meters in a time of 12.15 seconds and followed it up with a 200-meter win in 24.79.
Most impressively, Deer Creek graduates very few seniors off either team, so this could be the start of a strong run for the Antler programs.
“We've got young kids on each team that are getting to enjoy this, being mentored, and learning how to be champions,” Riden said. “It's such a good closing for some and a good building block for others. It's just great.”