Day one is in the books at Wichita State University and to say that Lansing and Leavenworth High Schools will be busy Saturday at Wichita State University is a bit of an understatement.
Leavenworth's 3,200-meter run finalists on both the boys' and girls' sides finished in seventh place to score points for the Pioneers.
Greg Flores (9:49.66) and Taryn Schoen (11:43.82) both recorded scoring times early in the day to get Leavenworth on the board.
Later, Arik Parker of Leavenworth, finished fourth (148-09) in the boys' discus final.
Both Lansing and Leavenworth's team were further down the day one standings as most of their top point scorers were set to take the WSU facilities with plenty of chances to collect an ample amount of points.
A number of finals are scheduled and some of those are filled with finalists who booked their tickets on Friday.
The 200-meter dash was led by Leavenworth's Lister who set the pace at 24.57 and teammate Raven Gooden-Palmer (26.31) will also run the finals.
Lansing sophomore Regan Gatson (1:00.39) is in the finals of the 400-meter run.
The 4x100-meter dash saw Leavenworth take the second fastest qualifying time (49.22) into Saturday as Gooden-Palmer, Kalliauna Powers, Jailah Bowen, and Lister look good with one race left.
The Lions' quartet of Victoria Robinson, Sara LaMoe, Miranda Karpierz and Gatson recorded the fifth-fastest time (4:09.59) in the 4x400-meter relay and are set for another run on Saturday.
Steve Ray of Lansing (22.87) and LVHS' Clifford Robinson (22.95) are both heading to the 200-meter finals.
With a fifth-best qualifying time (50.78), Jalen Douglas is final-bound in the 400-meter run.
Leavenworth's Antony Powell had the fifth best qualifying time in the 300-hurdles (39.45) and advanced to the finals.
After last weekend's dual at the regional finals, the Leavenworth 4x100-meter relay team (Adrian Perez, Anthony Gould, Drew Sachen, and Powell again edged out
Lansing (Henry Myrick, Douglas, Justin Green, Ray) in qualifications. Leavenworth had the first fastest time at 43.1 ahead of Lansing's 43.5 which was the third-best time.
The Lions wrapped the day getting their 4x400-meter relay team (Myrick, Ray, Keyur Paterl and Douglas) through to the second day with the fifth-best qualifying time 3:25.60.
Final results will be posted on Sunday at

Class 3A was delayed due to rain and will play out all day Saturday starting in the morning.

IMAC junior Jordan Sachse finished 12th in the girls' high jump (4-09) on Friday.

She will participate in the triple jump on Saturday.