The PHS girls track and field team took sixth place at the CCC Championship meet at Centralia last Monday. 

The Lady Panthers scored 67.5 points to finish behind Centralia (188.5), Clark County (133), Monroe City (107), Brookfield (93) and Macon (75). Palmyra placed ahead of Highland (41) and South Shelby (28).

Emma Wittler re-set her school record in the pole vault going nine feet, six inches while placing fourth. 

“All Conference was achieved by both 4 x 100 and 4 x 200 teams consisting of Sophie Hoerr, Emma Wittler, Grace Krigbaum and Jansen Juette,” said Coach Nicholas Koetters after the meet Monday.

“Juette also got all-conference in the Triple jump,” he said. 

“Overall it wasn’t great weather to run in but the girls did well.

“We have had a tough two weeks so now it’s time to focus in on districts and get ready to make a postseason push.”

Also placing in the top eight for the Lady Panthers were:

the second place 4 x 100 meter relay team of Hoerr, Wittler, Krigbaum and Juette;

the second place 4 x 200 meter relay team of Hoerr, Wittler, Krigbaum and Juette;

Juette, third place in the triple jump and seventh place in the 200 meters;

the fourth place 4 x 400 meter relay team;

the fourth place 4 x 800 meter relay team;

Lydia Althoff, fourth place in discus;

Drew Billups, fifth place in discus and seventh place in shot put;

Dyoni Mundy, sixth place in the high jump and seventh place in the 100 meter hurdles;

Addison Heidbreder, sixth place in 100 meter hurdles and eighth place in the 300 meter hurdles;

Reagan Lehenbauer, sixth place in the 400 meters;

Lauren Reid, seventh place in the 1600 meters and eighth place in the 3200 meters;

Lydia Szarka, eighth place in the 1600 meters;

Bella Perkins, eighth place in the 800 meters; and

Kelli Ryals, eighth place in the triple jump.