By: Nathan Bloechl — firstname.lastname@example.org
Mount Pleasant — It was yet another record setting performance for Mount Pleasant junior Jadan Brumbaugh, who broke her own school record yet again throwing a monstrous 44 feet, 10 1/2 inches.
Brumbaugh, the Drake Relays champion, has her sights set on on a state championship now.
Mount Pleasant also saw Cristina Carthey, Karsyn Lamm, Grace Kelley and Abby Blint qualify.
Carthey ran 5:24.11 for second place in the 1,500m.
Lamm, who was the third-seed, came from behind with a late surge to nip top-seeded Kelsey Pacha of Fairfield. Lamm ran 15.80.
Blint was another runner up for the Panthers, this time in the 3,000m run. Blint ran 11:43.06 to earn an automatic qualification into the dance.
Meanwhile Grace Kelley, the Panther discus ace, threw 124 feet, five inches. That was good enough for a runner up finish behind Davenport Assumption’s Anna Wohlers.
Other girls track from around the area last night:
- Danville senior Addison Parrott will take part in four events at the Blue Oval. Parrott clinched individual titles in the 800m, 1500m and 3000m run while also helping orchestrate the Bears distance medley team to a first-place finish.
- Other Danville Bears heading to the Blue Oval include Kenna Furnald who won the long jump and senior Drew Fox who took first in the discus with a toss 102-10.
- New London’s Aliyah Christensen will be heading to the Blue Oval, as well. Christensen was New London’s lone girls’ qualifier with a win in the 400m dash in 1:04.00.
- Winfield-Mount Union will have two events compete at the 2021 State Track and Field Championships. The Lady Wolves will see their 4×100 shuttle hurdle relay team of Keetyn Townsley, Morgan Grelk, Kyndal Townsley and Kayreanna Sharar and Jobey Malone, who won the the shot put both at the Blue Oval.