Saturday's highlights at the Penn Relays for Peninsula and Bay Rivers District schools:
Phoebus won its heat of the boys 1,600-meter relay, while Warwick was second in its heat. Also, Denbigh's Darius Banks finished fourth in the boys long jump.
Phoebus' boys won their heat in the 4x100-meter relay trials, running 42.54. The Phantoms will run in the small-school championship race Saturday at 2 p.m.
Lafayette's Adriana Hooks ran the fastest 3,000-meter time in Peninsula history. She finished 13th in the elite field in 10 minutes, 25.26 seconds.
Phoebus' girls 4x100-meter relay ran 48.76 to win its heat. The Phantoms didn't qualify for the Championship of America final, but will run in the small-school championship race on Friday.
Hampton won its heat in 49.18, but didn't qualify to run any further.
Small-school girls championship
Phoebus finished eighth, running 48.42. The team was made up of Katia Pierce, Carolyn Brown, Twanika Washington and Amira Aduma.
Small-school girls 4x100 trials
Phoebus: Ran 48.76 to win its heat. At the time, Phoebus had the sixth-best time, with more heats to come. Phantoms have to wait to see if they can advance to either the Championship of America or the small-school championship race. The team consisted of Katia Pierce, Amira Aduma, Twanika Washington and Carolyn Brown.
Lafayette: The team of Jenny Verive, Selena Jones, Audrey Hurley and Megan Jones finished third in its heat, running 51.66 seconds.
Heritage: Did not run.
Large-school girls 400 trials
Hampton: The Crabbers' 49.18 time won their heat. Team members were Khoi Banks, Chantel Ray, Tyrah Burrows and Tori Ray.
Menchville: Ran 50.27, placed third in heat. On the team were Deja Spratley, Jadua Key, Jermyriah Jones and Briana Hunter.
Kecoughtan: Ran 53.40, placed sixth in its heat.
Bethel: The Bruins ran 57.57, finished last in their heat.
Denbigh: Did not run.
Warwick: Did not run.
Girls 4x400 trials
Phoebus ran a season-best 3:56.72 to win its heat. Carolyn Brown opened with a 57.89 split, followed by Katia Pierce, Twanika Washington and Amira Aduma.
Hampton ran 3:56.74, finished second in its heat Team: Chantel Ray, Tyrah Burrow, Khoi Banks and Tori Ray.
Menchville's 4:03.35 time was third in its heat. Team: Jada Key, Jermyriah Jones, Jermyiah Jones and Briana Hunter.
Bethel ran 3:59.63 and finished eighth in its 4x400 heat, which was loaded. Holmwood Tech of Jamaica won in 3:41.63. Bethel's team was Mariah Burrell, Jayme Thomas, Ashsianna Gales-Wood and Ashley Greenlee.
Lafayette ran 4:13.31, finished second in heat.
Gloucester's foursome of Jasmin Scott, Jada Wilson, Malia Ward and Mia Robinson ran 4:26.73, finished 12th in a 4x400 relay heat.
Heritage did not compete in its heat.
Kecoughtan ran 4:13.78, finishing 10th in its heat. The team was Kyla Sanders, Briona May, Destiny Ivey and Cara Brooks.
Small-school boys 4x100 trials: Friday 10:40 a.m.
Heritage did not run.
Lafayette ran 45.84, finished fourth in its heat. Team made up of Josiah Wells, Gage Moreno, Micah Canady and Derek Holdsworth.
Phoebus won its heat in 42.51 seconds. Team was Jomari Becnel, Darius Jones, Charles Graham and Dartrez Thompson. The Phantoms will run in the small-school championship race Saturday at 2 p.m.
Large-school boys 4x100 trials
Bethel: did not run
Denbigh ran 45.70 to finish seventh in its heat. Team was Khalil Worrell, Jahad McClean, Devante Scott and Darius Banks.
Gloucester: Did not run
Hampton: Did not run
Kecoughtan: did not run
Menchville: did not run
Warwick ran 44.59 to finish third in its heat.
High school boys 4x400 trials
Phoebus won its heat in 3:25.46. The team was Dartrez Thompson, Darius Jones, Ronell Jackson and Charles Graham.
Warwick finished second in its heat, running 3:27.61. Running were Michael Curtis, Lyndell Williams, Caleb Rowles and Ian Barrett.
Lafayette ran 3:27.91 with a team of Derek Holdsworth, Jason Menzies, Micah Canady and Josiah Wells.
Kecoughtan did not run.
Heritage did not run.
Gloucester did not run.
Menchville did not run.
Bethel did not run.
Small-school boys 4x800 relay trials:
Lafayette finished 5th in its heat and did not qualify for the Championship of America race. Lafayette's team was Derek Holdsworth, Andrew Loper, Cade Moreno and Konrad Steck. The time was 8:06.06.
Lafayette's Adriana Hooks finished 13th in the 3,000-meter run, but her 10:25.26 time was the best in Peninsula history in the seldom-run event.
Lafayette's Kathryn Tomczak finished 13th in the girls pole vault with a best clearance of 11 feet, 1 1/4 inches.
Bethel's Jayme Thomas did nort compete in the girls long jump.
Phoebus' Carolyn Brown did not compete in the girls high jump.
Lafayette's Jason Menzies finished 17th in the Penn Relays 3,000 meters in 8:33.39.
Denbigh's Darius Banks finished fourth in the boys long jump in 23-5 1/4.