The Westfield boys track and field team had its best performance in years in the Hoosier Crossroads Conference Championships Thursday evening, finishing 3rd, just 4 points out of 2nd place. Dainon Wray, possibly the most improved athlete in Indiana this season, was a two -time Conference champion, running away with the 300 hurdles , with teammate Justin Mamaril in 2nd. He then teamed with Mamaril, Charles Miller and Peyton Haack to win the 4×400 meter relay championship in an HCC record of 3:20.33. That time also bested their own school record which is also the fastest time in the state this year. The meet began with the 4×800 relay of Nick Leahy, Desmond Herrell, Jacob Mears, and Max Gutwein finishing 3rd in a fine time of 8:04. That was followed by Wray and Haack finishing 3rd and 5th in the 100 hurdles, and Evan Manley and Nolan Rodgers finishing 4th and 7th in the 100 dash. Aaron Bennett was runner up in the 1600 with a time very near his PR, and the 4×100 relay of Manley, Rodgers, Chris Zolto, and Dorian Henson finished 4th. Miller was runner up in the 400 with freshman Justin Homberg running a PR in 7th. Bennett followed his 1600 performance with a 3rd place in the 800, and Manley equaled that in the 200. In the field events, Mamaril and Haack tied for 3rd in the pole vault. The Shamrocks will try to follow up that great performance with another next Thursday in the IHSAA Carmel Sectional.