In the first day of action, Burns ran the 100m hurdles in 15.86, high jumped 5-1, put the shot 38-7 and ran the 200m in 26.83. On Day 2, Burns long jumped 16-4 1/2, threw the javelin 117-5, and ran the 800m in 2:23.34.
The victory culminates a busy and successful summer on multi-eventing for the soon-to-be high school junior. In mid-June, Burns finished third at the New Balance High School Nationals in Greensboro, North Carolina with 4706 points.
In late June, she won the USA Track & Field Youth National Championships in Arlington, Texas with 4486 points.
Find full results of the Intermediate Girls' heptathlon HERE.
Also at Junior Olympics ... Spencer Howe of Coon Rapids finished 15th in the Youth Boys' pentathlon with 1895 points.
James Kruse of Team Woodbury and Irondale HS, placed 15th in the Young Men's Decathlon with 5554 points.
The USATF Junior Olympis run through Sunday. Find complete results HERE.
Special thanks go USATF Minnesota Youth Chair Chris Dallager for his help with this report.