The Seminole Maiden and Indian track and field teams saw the glamor of hosting their home track meet taken away by their district rivals to the south, as both the Andrews Lady Mustang and Mustang varsity squads took home team titles at the 2014 Indian Relays, held Friday at Wigwam Stadium.

The host Maidens finished fourth out of five girls teams in attendance with 22 team points, while the Indians finished fourth out of six teams with 75 team points in the squads' final tune-up before the 2014 District 2-3A Championships.

In girls competition, freshman Nikki Loewen paced the way for the Maidens with a second place finish in the girls 200 meter dash with a time of 29.15 seconds. In addition to her silver medal performance in the event, Loewen also took fourth in the girls 100 meter dash and third in the 300 meter dash to gain points for the SHS girls squad.

In total, SHS finished with 22 points on the afternoon, well behind the 215 points compiled by Andrews, the 132 points behind second place San Angelo Lakeview, and 127 points gathered by third place Midland Christian.

In boys competition, the SHS senior duo of Trevor Greenfield and Hayden Everitt again swept top honors in both the 110 and 300 meter high hurdle competitions.

Greenfield finished with times of 14.6 and 39.03 seconds respectively to take first place in both races, while Everitt finished with times of 15.0 and 39.69 to take second place, respectively.

The 2014 District 2-3A Championships will be held this coming Thursday and Friday (April 10-11), at Pirate Stadium, located on the campus of Lubbock Cooper High School in Woodrow.