Only the presence of Class 4 Park Hill South kept Maryville's track and field teams from sweeping the team titles at Tuesday's Northwest Invitational.
Park Hill South won both 12-team meets, with the Hounds in second and Chillicothe in third.
The Lady Hounds fell two points short of Park Hill South with 104.5. The Hound boys totaled 121 points, while Park Hill South had 143.
Also competing was Nodaway-Holt. The girls team scored 17 points to finish 11th.
Maryville's explosive boys senior quartet of Caleb Mather, Treyton Burch, Peyton Mizera and Derek Stiens each won at least one event and combined for 72 points.
The Hounds also finished first in the 4 x 100M and 4 x 400M relays.
Mather out-dueled Chillicothe's Alec Whiteside for the second straight meet to win the shot put and finished second to Whiteside in the discus.
Burch claimed the 300M hurdle title (40.71), finished second in the 100M hurdles (15.27) and third in the long jump (5.75M).
Mizera snatched first place in both the triple jump and long jump. Stiens won the pole vault with a height of 13-0.
Maryville's 4 x 100M relay team of Troy Sherry, Adam Thompson, Stiens and Brody McMahon won with a time of 45.34. The 4 x 400M relay team of Burch, Stiens, Thompson and Joe Schreck ran a winning time of 3:34.26.
The Hounds also placed fourth in the 4 x200M relay with a time of 1:36.13. That team consisted of Sherry, Thompson, Stiens and McMahon.
Schreck added a third place finish in the 400M dash (53.91), Sherry took fourth in the pole vault (12-0) and McMahon ran fifth in the 100M dash (11.47).
In the girls meet, Maryville's two top performers were junior McKenzie Wallace and senior Baylee Scarbrough.
Wallace won the 300M hurdles (46.94), finished third in the 100M hurdles (16.52) and third in the triple jump for a combined 22 points.
Scarbrough launched the winning throw in the shot put of over 38 feet and placed second in the discus.
Senior sprinter Mikaila Wallace came in third in both the 100M dash (12.69) and 200M dash (27.10).
Senior Jessa Stiens posted a second place finish in the pole vault (9-0) and ran fifth in the 400M dash (1:04.06).
Maryville's 4 x 200M relay team of Stiens, Jennifer Gullion, Abby Hayes and Mikaila Wallace and the 4 x 400M team of Wallace, Wallace, Stiens and Sydney Rogers each finished third.
The 4 x 200M team ran a time of 1:51.26 and the 4 x 400M relay finished in 4:21.24, behind both Chillicothe and Hamilton.
Senior Jessica Pfost landed fourth in the discus.
Gullion placed fifth in both 200M dash (27.63) and long jump. Dominique Wiedmaier jumped 4-10 to finish fifth in the high jump.
Page 2 of 2 - Cynthia Swalley was the sixth in the 100M hurdles (17.74).
Nodaway-Holt junior state medalist Megan Rosenbohm placed in three different events.
Her best finish was second in the triple jump. She also took sixth in the 400M dash and sixth in the long jump.
Jordan Long finished seventh in the shot put.
No one for the Nodaway-Holt boys team placed in the top eight.
Maryville's next meet is Tuesday in Smithville at 3:30 p.m.