Monticello picked up points in a lot of areas during a pair of boys track and field meets last week.
First, the Panthers competed in the annual Fearing Relays April 4 in Anamosa. The Panthers were 10th as a team with 17 points, placing in six events. The highest finish was a third place from Aaron Loes in the 3,200-meter run.
“Tyler Hospodarsky had two personal bests,” Monticello coach Greg Williams said. “He ran a great anchor leg on the 1,600 (distance) medley relay. He came back later to run his fastest time ever in the 1,600.”