Jadan Brumbaugh finished just one-half inch away from the school record in the shot put as the Mount Pleasant girls’ track team finished third overall at the Tulip Time Meet.
Brumbaugh’s toss, 44 feet, two inches, was the talk of the meet — Brumbaugh is cruising as she remains steadfast in her pursuit of a state title.
The Panther shuttle hurdle quartet of Karsyn and Kenna Lamm and Jenna and Josie Gilmore went 1:10.54 for first, beating Newton’s group by nearly two seconds.
Mount Pleasant had four runner up’s, while they had three events who took third.
The Little Dutch won the girls’ team title race with 176 points, while Oskaloosa took second.
The Panthers scored 113 points for third.
In other girls’ track last night:
Fairfield grabbed the Class A title, while Danville secured the Class B title at yesterday’s Ekstrand Relays at WACO High School.
Danville dominated the Class B field, earning a robust 10 event victories.
Addison Parrott once again was a triple crown winner, earning “W’s” in the 400, 800 and 1,500m runs. The Bears also won four relays: 4×100, 4×800, the sprint medley and the distance medley.
Host WACO saw their terrific Avery Waterhouse win the 3,000m run, while Zoey Dennler claimed victory in the 400m hurdles.
Winfield’s Jobey Malone was the Lady Wolves lone winner.
Malone won the shot put for Winfield-Mount Union with a toss of 34 feet, ten inches.