YARMOUTH – It was all Rangers at the Western Maine Conference girls’ outdoor track and field championships, as Greely and Traip Academy repeated as champions in Division I and Division II.

In the boys’ meet, York unseated defending Division I champion Falmouth, 184-175, and Sacopee Valley repeated in Division II.

Led by Kirstin Sandreuter’s first-place finishes in the 1,600 and 3,200 meters, Greely accumulated 152 points, well ahead of second-place York at 101.

The Rangers also got a first-place finish in the 800 from Jessica Wilson, who anchored the winning 3,200-meter relay team. Greely’s other event winners were Abby Bonnevie in the pole vault and Emily Saunders in the triple jump.

Traip’s Elora McCuddy finished first in three events — the 400, 800 and long jump. Ashleigh Roberts added wins in the 100 and 300 hurdles, and Jocelyn Lorrey took first in the 100 and triple jump.

The York boys’ team won both the 1,600 and 3,200 relays and got first-place finishes from Josh Brooks in the 400 and Tom Reid in the 300 hurdles. Reid also took second in the long jump, triple jump and 110 hurdles.

“The boys scored 20 more points than they were seeded,” said York Coach Ted Hutch. “We had the regular top scorers come through, but we also had a lot of twos and threes and ones from a lot of kids who snuck in (the points) in the jumps and the throws. It was a total team effort.”

Falmouth was led by Jacob Buhelt’s wins in the 100 and 200.

Sacopee Valley scored 211 points on its way to victory in Division II. Kenny Bouchey, with wins in the 110 and 300 hurdles, and Ryan Moulton, winner of the long jump and triple jump, led the way for the Hawks. Mike Anderson took first in the discus and Sacopee Valley also won the 1,600 relay.