The George Auten Invitational was conducted in mostly rain at Ellet High School, yet North won the boys title and Firestone won the girls crown.
North won the boys meet with 155 points and Firestone (118) edged Ellet (117) in the girls meet.
North senior Troy Burgan was the boys meet high-point scorer with 32 points after winning the 110 meter hurdles and the 300 hurdles. Burgan also placed second in the long jump and fifth in the high jump.
The Vikings won two relays: the 3,200 (Steve Triola, Davon Coman, Shaun Cummings and LaRue Wimley) and the 400 (DeMonte Powell, Lase Brooks, Antuan Logan and Larry Dawson).
Brooks, a senior, also won the 100 and 200.
"We had prom last night and had everyone show up today in the rain, which was nice," North coach Tom O'Neil said. ‘"They are an extemely dedicated senior class."
Firestone senior Nia Johnson won the 3,200 and the Falcons won two relays: the 800 (Julie Kostura, Monique Ransome, Courtney Carter, Rachel White) and the 1600 (Alex Olmedo, McKenna Morton, Courtney Carter, Kachay Hullum).
"Our team has worked very hard this season and they are very deserving of this victory," Firestone coach Malia Milec said. "I am confident that they will continue their success."
Kenmore's Shanequa Williams won the girls 100, 200 and 400.
Ellet, Archbishop Hoban and Firestone rounded out the top four teams on the boys side. Hathaway Brown and North placed third and fourth on the girls side.