Finally, Olivo and Brandenburg joined Nic Miller and Sebastian Berumen in the 4x200 relay, which they finished in 1:43.63.
Johnston got Gordon's fifth win in the shot put, tossing his weight 40 feet and 11.5 inches. He beat Strawn's Chase Mackey, who placed third with a 38-foot-10.25 throw, and Gordon's Coffman, who placed sixth with a 37-foot-0.75 toss.
Strawn's three wins came in the discus, high jump and pole vault.
Ross Alison won the discus with a 140-foot-10 throw to edge out second-place teammate Marcus Lopez – who threw 130 feet and 9.75 inches. Also competing in that event were Mackey, who took fourth for Strawn with a 110-foot-10.75 toss, and Gordon's Twister Brown, who finished just outside regional qualification at fifth with a 108-foot-10.75 hurl.
Jaramillo won the high jump for Strawn with his jump of 5 feet and 10 inches. Tied at fifth were Collins for Gordon and Nowak for Strawn with 5-foot-6 jumps.
Strawn swept the podium in pole vault, as Bays won with a 12-foot flop, Miller finished second with 10 feet and Olivo was third with an 8-foot vault.
For the girls, Gordon took fourth overall with 86 points, while Strawn finished fifth as a team with 60 points.Gordon and Strawn each got one individual gold medal in the area meet.
For the Lady Horns, it was Tristan Johnson, who won the 100-meter hurdles in 17.98. Johnson beat teammate Peyton Witt, who still qualified for regionals with a fourth-place time of 19.9.
Strawn's golden girl was Jayde Price, who won the discus with a 91-foot-8.25 throw. Price edged out Johnson, whose 91-foot-1 toss was good enough for silver in the event. Strawn's Anna Ramos and Jacqueline Berumen rounded out the top four with throws of 89-foot-10.75 and 88-foot-11, respectively, to make discus an exclusively Gordon/Strawn-ruled event.