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The PHS girls track and field team finished third at the Clarence Cannon Conference meet in Kahoka last Tuesday.
The Lady Panthers placed in the top three in nine events and scored 102 points to finish behind only Centralia (207.5)and Clark County (111.5), but ahead of Monroe City (75), Macon (65.5), Brookfield (63), South Shelby (57) and Highland (46.5).
Scoring points for Palmyra by placing in the top eight were:
Candra King, first place in the discus with a personal best 38.18 meters and third place in the shot put with a personal best 11.02 meters;
Mallory Sublette, first place in the triple jump at 10.36 meters;
Chloe Hicks, second place in the high jump at 1.49 meters;
the second-place 4 x 100 meter relay team of Sophie Hoerr, Abbey Redd, Bella McBride and Sublette at 53.83;
Redd, third place in the pole vault at 3.05 meters;
the third-place 4 x 400 meter relay team of Laurin Sheputis, Sublette, Alaina Loman and Taytum White at 4:27.75;
the third-place 4 x 200 meter relay team of Grace Krigbaum, Sublette, Hoerr and White at 1:55.58;
the third-place 4 x 800 meter relay team of Sheputis, Audrey Noland, Loman and Bella Perkins at a season best 10:41.29;
White, fourth place in the 200 meters at 27.88 and fourth place in the long jump at 4.52 meters;
Dyoni Mundy, fourth place in the high jump at 1.42 meters;
Loman, fifth place in the pole vault at 2.6 meters;
Jaynee Durst, fifth place in the javelin at 29.25 meters;
McBride, fifth place in the 100 meters at 13.81;
Gabi Cissna, seventh place in the 100 meter hurdles with a personal best time of 20.29;
Hoerr, seventh place in the 100 meters at 13.98; and
Perkins, eighth place in the 800 meters at 2:49.72.
Earning all-conference honors were: King in the discus and shot put; Sublette, in the triple jump; Hicks, in the high jump; Redd in the pole vault; and the 4 x 100 team of Hoerr, McBride, Redd and Sublette.