HARRIS — Depth carried the Stephenson girls’ track and field team to the Bark River-Harris Invitational championship on Tuesday.

The Eagles won three of the 17 events and accumulated 127 points to top Rapid River (102) for team honors.

Stephenson didn’t compete with some of its girls last week due to Business Professionals of America nationals in Texas.

“So this meet was the first time I’ve seen them in over a week, so it was a great feeling,” Eagles coach Kate Kuntze said.

Stephenson’s 3,200 relay team of Ally Schultz, Kylee Kuntze, Paige Cappaert and Mary Hartges set the tone for the great evening by running a first-place time of 11:58.75.

Amanda Starzynski won the 100-meter dash with a time of 12.94, she won the 200 dash in 27.34, and placed second in the long jump.

“She’s been working hard all season and it’s paying off,” coach Kuntze said. “Emily Johnson is also looking very strong in both hurdles and today she PR’d in the high jump. She just keeps improving and I think her best is yet to come.”

Johnson cleared 4-foot-8 to take third in the high jump, and she took second in the 100 hurdles with a time of 18.34 and was third in the low hurdles.

“Our regionals are this Friday and it’s looking to be a nail-biter,” coach Kuntze said. “A lot of the schools are also looking very strong. We have a lot of talented athletes in our regional so it’s going to make for an exciting meet indeed.”

Monty Glover led the Stephenson boys to a fourth-place finish. Glover broke the school record in the 400 dash with a blazing time of 50.62. He also won the 200 dash (22.50).

Stephenson’s Trey Johnson placed second in both hurdle events with times of 17.78 and 45.37.

Rapid River ran away with the boys’ team title by scoring 178 points.