The Boulder Snow Invite on Saturday at Broomfield High was a long, long meet. So long that the lights at Elizabeth Kennedy Stadium went out before the results team could plug in all the events, so we here at the Boulder Daily Camera did not get official results published in Sunday’s paper.

Here are the final team scores and missing event results from that meet, a good early season test for the participants:

Boys team scores: Broomfield 106, Monarch 73, Roosevelt 66.5, Denver South 66, Windsor 54, Fairview 43.5, Boulder 41, Horizon 37, Holy Family 33, Skyline 30, Northglenn 29, Niwot 28.5, Mountain Range 27.5, Silver Creek 25, Thornton 19, Centaurus 14, Erie 5, Peak to Peak 4.

Girls team scores: Niwot 98.5, Windsor 79.6, Fairview 78, Mountain Range 68, Peak to Peak 57.2, Monarch 56, Roosevelt 48.2, Holy Family 46.5, Broomfield 46, Horizon 42, Silver Creek 32, Boulder 31, Skyline 18, Denver South 16, Centaurus 12, Northglenn 6, Thornton 5, Shining Mountain 1.

Boys 1,600 relay: 1. Broomfield, 3:31.49; 2. Fairview, 3:32.73; 3. Denver South, 3:36.06.

Boys long jump: 1. Wathen, Skyline, 19-11; 2. Carmichael, Skyline, 19-7; 3. Burgess, Monarch, 19-7j.

Boys discus: 1. Knechtel, Silver Creek, 142-7; 2. Betty, Broomfield, 135-4; 3. DeRock, Roosevelt, 132-9.

Girls triple jump: 1. Hopkins, Fairview, 36-5; 2. Hellenberg, Skyline, 36-0; 3. Carroll, Niwot, 34-9.

• In other news, a distance medley relay team for the CU-Colorado Springs indoor track team that qualified for this past weekend’s Division II Indoor championships was comprised of several St. Vrain Valley alum.

Molly Klotz (Longmont High) and Chelsea Martus (Erie) were two of the four members of the team, which finished 11th with a time of 11 minutes, 59.43 seconds in the meet at Pittsburg State University in Kansas. They had finished second at the RMAC championships a couple weeks earlier.

Frederick’s Makenzie Ubran was also an alternate for the team.

Adam Dunivan: or