The Hudson boys track and field team won the 12-team Woodridge Wrap-Up Saturday in Peninsula.

The Explorers finished with 147 ¼ points. Copley placed second with 117 ¼ points and Woodridge took third with 78 ¼ points.

Lucas Lay won the 800-meter race with a time of 1 minute, 59.81 seconds.

Also taking first was Andrew Goldslager, who won the 3,200 race with a clocking of 9:38.36.

Nathan Slater added a victory in the discus with a throw of 130 feet, 4 inches and Marcus Gaines won the high jump with a leap of 6 feet.

Kevin Toth triumphed in the shot put with a throw of 47-9 and Noah Beseda captured the title in the pole vault with a vault of 12 feet.

Others who scored team points for Hudson are as follows.

3,200 relay: Ethan Smith, James Banko, Brian Kinnear and Gabe Shale, fifth, 8:55.84

800 relay: Grady Zappone, Ethan Feisthamel, Colin Pierce and Jacob Clary, fifth, 1:35.33

1,600: Titan Casey, third, 4:33.73; Jack Root, fifth, 4:35.94; and Luke Good, sixth, 4:36.42

400 relay: Dominic LaMarca, Marshall Whited, Colin Pierce and Clary, seventh, 46.68

300 hurdles: Hunter Norman, second, 41.4; and Zappone, fifth, 42.76

3,200: Jacob Russo, second, 9:38.86; and Kenny McCaughey, fourth, 9:50.58

1,600: Norman, Marcus Gaines, Lay and Good, third, 3:35

Discus: Toth, second, 130-1

Long jump: Gaines, fourth, 19-1; and Hunter Trautmann, eighth, 18 ¾

Shot put: Slater, second, 45-11; and Paul Thrams, third, 44-11 1/2

Pole vault: Trautmann, third, 11-6; and Jacob Fernandez, tied for eighth, 10 feet