Despite Demar Adcock's record-breaking performances, Sandusky finished second overall at the Greater Buckeye Conference Championships Friday.
The Blue Streaks 116 points were not enough to knock off Findlay, who finished on top with 130. Fremont Ross followed Sandusky with 91, while Napoleon had 87, Marion Harding 50 and Lima Senior finished with 49.
Adcock won the 100 meter dash with a time of 10.98, to knock off the old GBC record of 11.04. He also broke his own record of 21.94 with a win in the 200 meter dash, with a time of 21.88.
Brock Fuqua also contributed a pair of first-place finishes for Sandusky, with wins in the 110 meter hurdles (15.26) and in the 300 meter hurdles (41.68).
Sandusky's sprinters also came away with wins in the 4x100 and 4x200 meter relays.
Marquis Winston, Steve Sanders, Chester Dixie and Adcock teamed up for the win in the 4x100, with a time of 43.45, while Winston, Brandarius Smith, Javion Moore and Dixie finished first in the 4x200 with a time of 1:32.40.
The girls team didn't fare quite as well, with an overall score of 56, which was good enough for a fifth place finish.
Fremont Ross claimed the top spot with 163, while Napoleon took second with 141 and Marion Harding rounded out the top three with 79. Findlay finished fourth with 59, and Lima Senior took sixth with 25.
Dorresha Green earned two first-place finishes for the Blue Streaks, with a time of 12.64 in the 100 meter dash and 59.41 in the 400 meter run.
Andreana Johnson qualified for the finals of the 100 meter hurdles with a time of 16.76 for first in the preliminaries, but couldn't come away with first in the finals.
Napoleon's Whitney Lee took first with 16.52, while Johnson finished second with 16.75.
GIRLS: 1. Fremont Ross 163; 2. Napoleon 141; 3. Marion Harding 79; 4. Findlay 59; 5. Sandusky 56; 6. Lima Senior 25
BOYS : 1. Findlay 130; 2. Sandusky 116; 3. Fremont Ross 91; 4. Napoleon 87; 5. Marion Harding 50; 6. Lima Senior 49.