It was a busy day for the Knoxville Boys and Girls Track and Field Squads at the Oskaloosa Relays yesterday. The boys finished second behind Pella with 90 points. Knoxville did have four first place finishes as Jacob Moats won the high jump, Wick Cunningham took home the 800 gold medal, Tanner Dunkin proved to be the fastest boy at the Oskaloosa Relays in winning the 100, and the 4×800 relay of Matt Hollingshead, Tyler Derringer, Moats, Cunningham placed first. Second place medals were earned by Nathan Winters in the discus, Joe Stearns in the shot put, and the 4×400 relay. Seven third place finishes highlighted the girls end of the Osky Relays. Meredith Cunningham in the 100 hurdles, Tori Johnston in the 400 hurdles, Rikki Hall in the long jump, and Chambray Daugherty in the high jump. Relays races that finished third were: 4×200, 400, sprint medley and shuttle hurdle.