While this meet featured no multiple event winners, some impressive times and distances were put down.
Bangor's Gabe Coffey lapped the field in the 3200, posting a winning effort of 9:59.17.
Hermon featured numerous event winners in posting its team win.
Bangor freshman Tyler Reilly had a solid day in the pole vault, clearing 11 feet to take first place there.
Deer Isle-Stonington distance man Brendan Penfold singled in the 1600 and broke the tape in 4:56.68.
In the girls' meet, Bangor accumulated 153 points while GSA finished with 90.
Rounding out the field were Hermon (49), Bucksport (44) and Calais (11).
Madeline Huerth picked up a pair of wins for the Rams, posting marks of 81-11 in the discus and 23-4.50 in the shot put.
The only other double-winners of the meet were Bangor's Hannah Dunn, who earned gold in the 100 hurdles (17.64) and triple jump (30-3) and Makayla Hoggard, who finished the 100 in 14.36 and long jump at 15-9.