Perkins' Aaron Mawhirter finished second in the boys' shot put at 59-5.25.
Waverly's Dylan Dyke took the top spot at 62-5.
In the boys' 3200 relay, Edison's quartet of Dallas Risner, Lucas Wallace, Clay Goodwin and Stephen Shephard ran a personal record 7:49.98, but lost out to Cuyahoga Valley Christian Academy's 7:48.88 for first place.
Port Clinton's Cody Smith notched fourth in the boys' shot put at 55-6.25.
St. Mary Central Catholic's Kennedy Gennari finished third in the Division III girls' long jump at 17-0.50, breaking her own and the school record.
Columbus International's Timia Easley won with an 18-1.
In the girls' high jump, Vermilion's Hannah Bartlome posted third at 5-3.
Celina's Michaela Wenning placed first at 5-4.
The Division II boys' long jump saw a fourth from Clyde's Damien Coborn, who checked in at 21-11.25.
Orange's Will Carter notched first at 23-4.
Margaretta's Austin Moore collected sixth in the Division III high jump at 6-4.
Fairlawn's Trey Everett captured the top spot at 6-6.
And Western Reserve's Kasey Clouse finished seventh in the Division II girls' discus at 119-3.
Liberty-Benton's Alex DeVincentis won with a 134-5.
And St. Paul's Michael Griffin ended up eighth in the Division III long jump at 21-2.75
Lima Central Catholic's Mykale Rogers finished first at 22-6.75.
The state track and field tournament in Columbus continues today and Saturday.