Torok, first in the 400 relay and second in the 100, completed his night in fine fashion by taking the 200 in 22.61, with Sudduth second in 23.13.
"I feel very good about it," Torok said. "I was tired, but it was a good race."
Kaneland, which also won the conference indoor title, scored 143.5 points to Yorkville's 112. Sycamore (74) was a distant third.
Frankenreider did his part in his respective disciplines.
The Michigan State recruit won the triple jump with an effort of 45 feet, 6 inches, and swept the 110 high hurdles (14.42) and 300 low hurdles (39.02) in convincing fashion.
Both hurdles times were season bests outdoors. The 110 time is the fifth-fastest outdoor time in Illinois this spring, according to Athletic.net.
"I'm in a good place," Frankenreider said. "The 110s especially, I was slow out of the blocks and hit quite a few hurdles. To still run that fast is good."
He still isn't quite where he was with the triple jump indoors, but is confident it will come.
"I haven't been jumping as much with with the weather, but I've always been an end of the season kind of guy," Frankenreider said. "So hopefully I can pop out some big jumps."