PHS girls qualify for track sectionals in 11 events
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The PHS girls track and field team qualified for sectionals in 11 events during the Class 3, District 4 meet in Wentzille, Saturday.
And, the Lady Panthers finished second as a team at the meet, scoring 115.5 points to finish behind only Centralia with 152 points, but ahead of Clark County, 77, Boonville, 58, Macon, 58, California, 55, Wellsville, 52, Montgomery County, 48, Bowling Green, 46, North Callaway, 19.5, and Southern Boone, 19.
Sectionals will be held Saturday in Mexico with the top-four finishers in each event qualifying for the state meet in Jefferson City May 26-27.
Qualifying for sectionals by placing in the top four at districts were:
Candra King, first place in the shot put with a school record 12.2 meters and third place in the discus at 3467 meters;
Abby Redd, first place in the pole vault with a new school record 3.46 meters;
Chloe Hicks, first place in the high jump at 1.55 meters;
Tenlee Voss, second place in the 100 meter hurdles at 16.37 and fourth place in the 300 meter hurdles at 49.61;
Alaina Loman, second place in the pole vault at 3.2 meters;
the second place 4 x 200 meter relay team of Voss, Bella McBride, Loman and Taytum White at 1:49.17;
the second place 4 x 100 meter relay team of Voss, Loman, McBride and White at 52.13;
Mallory Sublette, fourth place in the triple jump at 9.83 meters
Hailey Kroeger, fourth place in the javelin at 36.72 meters; and
the fourth place 4 x 400 meter relay team of Laurin Sheputis, Sublette, Loman and White at 4:19.90.
Scoring points were:
Sydney Compton, fifth place in the 100 meter hurdles at 18.08 and fifth place in the 300 meter hurdles at 50.62;
Sublette, fifth place in the 1600 meters at 6;22.94;
White, fifth place in the 200 meters at 28.35;
the fifth place 4 x 800 meter relay team of Sublette, Janie Triplett, Sandra Leon and Sheputis at 11:22.62;
McBride, sixth place in the 100 meters at 13.26;
Sheputis, sixth place in the 800 meters at 2:38.19; and
Triplett, seventh place in the high jump at 1.4 meters.