Skyline started the track and field season last week against conference foe Newport in a dual meet.
Sophomore Rashaad Boddie ran 11.14 seconds in the 100 meter dash to pick up the win, while Lane Mallula took the 200 and Tyler Ma finished in front in the 400.
The Spartans dominated on the boys side, as senior Brendan Long won the 800, Joey Nakao took the 1600 and Ryan Abrahamsen won the 3200.
Dorie Dalzell won the 100, 200 and 800 for the Skyline girls. Alexis Daugherty took the 1600.
Melanie Kim won the long jump for the Spartans, with Geneva Ecola the leader in the long jump and Vaiva Snapkauskaite in front of teammate Christy Kettel in the shot put.
The boys and girls teams brought home wins in the 400, 800 and 1600 meter relays as well.
The Spartans met Garfield in a dual meet Thursday and traveled across the Cascades for the Eastmont Cats Invite Saturday.
Issaquah competed in a jamboree with Monroe and Redmond before facing Ballard Thursday in to open the KingCo season.
The Eagles are slate to compete in the Liberty Invite Saturday, which begins at 10:30 a.m. at Liberty High School.
Eastlake is set to host its Crimson and White intrasquad meet Saturday, before facing Newport March 27 in a dual meet.
Eastside Catholic faced Nathan Hale and Seattle Prep in a meet Thursday to start the Metro League season, and has a week off before taking on Rainier Beach, Bishop Blanchet and Prep in another meet April 3.