One day after setting the state record in the long jump, Bagley-Fosston's Analisa Huschle set the Class 1A record in the triple jump.
Huschle jumped 38-1 on rainy Saturday in the state meet at Hamline University to break the 1997 mark of 37-9 ¾ by Pipestone-Jasper's Sara Brockberg.
Huschle's three individual titles (200, long jump, triple jump) set the Bagley/Fosston girls up for team title with 47 points. Providence Academy was second with 40 points and East Grand Forks was third with 37 points.
Also counting towards B/F's team scores was the 4x200 relay team of Mariah Berg, Kyli Day, Lynsey Bardwell and Huschle that took second with a time of 1:46.33.
The Bemidji High School track season came to an end Saturday.
Erik Truedson finished 12th in the 1600 while Joe Kingery went out at 6-2 in the high jump.
Truedson, who finished fifth Friday in the 3200, accounted for the Jacks only five points, four fewer than they registered last spring.
Both completed their careers at the state meet.
Selina Gilbertson, who failed to place Friday in the discus, will return for her senior year in 2010.