ST. THOMAS — The Smith family needs to make more room in its trophy case after this year’s Carl Plaskett-Virgin Islands Track and Field Championships.

The Smith’s three track athlete children — all competing for the St. Croix Track Club — combined to win 10 gold medals in Saturday’s championship meet at the Ivanna Eudora Kean High School track and field facility.

Malique Smith, who just finished his senior year at Arkansas-Little Rock, won twice — in the open men’s 200-meter dash and 400-meter hurdles.

His sister, Mikaela Smith, who just finished her freshman year at Austin Peay University, claimed three golds, in the under-20 women’s 200-meter dash, 800-meter run and 400-meter hurdles.

And the youngest member of the family, Michelle Smith, won in five events — the under-15 girls 60-meter hurdles, 80-meter dash, 1,000-meter run, the high jump and long jump.

More than a dozen other athletes won more than one event, led by Nathan Langley of St. Croix’s Jolly Rogers Track Club and Akyra Joseph of the St. Croix Track Club with four each.

Langley took golds in the under-15 boys 80-meter hurdles, 80-meter dash, 1,200-meter run and high jump; while Joseph won in the under-13 girls 60-meter dash, 800-meter run, the high jump and long jump.

Faith Eatmon, also of the St. Croix Track Club, won in three events — the under-11 girls 100-meter dash, 200-meter dash and 400-meter run.

St. Croix’s Laverne Jones-Ferrette, a three-time Olympian for the U.S. Virgin Islands, claimed two golds, in the masters female 100- and 200-meter dashes.

Also winning two events were Mason Lambert of the Jolly Rogers Track Club (under-15 boys 1,500-meter run and 800-meter run) St. Thomas’ Shaiah David (under-17 girls 1,500-meter run and 800-meter run), Dakenile Mauvias of St. Thomas’ Cheetahs Track Club (under-17 girls 100- and 200-meter dashes), Malik Alexander of the Cheetahs Track Club (under-17 boys 100- and 200-meter dashes), Sherna Williams of the Cheetahs Track Club (under-20 women 100-meter dash and shot put) Rashawn Gordon of the Cheetahs Track Club (under-20 men 100-meter dash and long jump), Kaeden Gleason of the Jolly Rogers Track Club (under-13 boys 400- and 800-meter runs), Ariana Edgar of the St. Croix Track Club (under-17 girls javelin and shot put), Layla Browne of the St. Croix Track Club (open women javelin and shot put), Ahmed Joseph of the Cheetahs Track Club (open men javelin and long jump) and Willie Lewis of Mary’s Fancy Track Club (masters men javelin and shot put).

Other gold medalists in Saturday’s meet were Steven Farquharson of the Cheetahs Track Club (under-20 men 400-meter hurdles), Tyfarri Lee of the Cheetahs Track Club (under-17 boys 1,500-meter run), Netsa Williams of the Cheetahs Track Club (under-20 men 1,500-meter run), Nykeem Eddy of Mary’s Fancy Track Club (under-11 boys 100-meter dash), Amiyah Eddy of Mary’s Fancy Track Club (under-13 girls 100-meter dash), Rainier Charlery of the Cheetahs Track Club (under-15 boys 100-meter dash), St. Croix native and Alabama State junior Nia Jack (open women 100-meter dash), Brian Slater (open men 100-meter dash), Katelyn Jones of the St. Croix Track Club (under-11 girls 800-meter run), Makari Matthew of the Jolly Rogers Track Club (under-17 boys 800-meter run), Allonye’ Gordon of the Cheetahs Track Club (under-20 men 800-meter run), Jeb Dieudonne (under-17 boys 400-meter run), Kasim Upchurch (under-20 men 400-meter run), Rodney Griffin of the St. Croix Track Club (open men 400-meter run), Iquik Williams (under-13 girls 200-meter run), Valence Modeste of the St. Croix Track Club (under-20 men 200-meter run), Micah Jackson of the Cheetahs Track Club (under-17 boys high jump), Yashira Rhymer-Stewart, the 2018 NCAA Division II national champion in the high jump and 2019 runner-up (open women high jump), Moises Harrigan of the Cheetahs Track Club (open men high jump), and Nathan Graham of the Jolly Rogers Track Club (under-15 boys long jump).