Prep Track: Mount Pleasant Girls’ Win Denny White Relays; Boys 6th; New London 5th

Mount Pleasant — The Mount Pleasant girls’ track team scored 185 points, orchestrating yet another win of the Denny White Relays yesterday at a windy Evans Field.

Van Buren finished in second with Fort Madison rounding out the top three.

Mount Pleasant had a busy day in relays, with the Panthers claiming gold in five separate events.

Bailey Jalas, Tristian Shull, Jenna Gilmore and Mica Carter won the 4×200, which ignited the clean sweep in relays. Mount Pleasant picked up wins in the 4×400, sprint medley, distance medley and shuttle hurdle.

Kenna Lamm had a successful final Denny White appearance. Lamm, a senior running for father and head coach Scott Lamm, won the 200m (27.78) then claimed gold in the 100m hurdles in 16.73 seconds.

Terrific freshman Alexis Wagner continued her strong inaugural campaign with a win in the 800m, surging to the finish line in 2:46 even.

In field events, Jenna Gilmore went 15 feet, 3/4 inches to earn first. Panther sophomore Elsie Lange finished second.

As certain as the sun rising in the east, Jadan Brumbaugh won another gold. Brumbaugh, an Iowa State recruit, tossed the shotput 43 feet, 10 inches — nearly 11 feet better than that of second place Elise Oleson.

On the boys’ side, Mount Pleasant finished sixth.

It was a loaded 110m hurdles field, with Iowa City Liberty junior Eric Lucas blazing a 14.88 for first. A state medalist from a year ago, Clear Creek-Amana’s Harrison Rosenberg finished with the Panther duo of Bryce Wilson and Will Davidson going third and fourth.

The shuttle hurdle team of Wilson and Davidson, along with Avin Truong and Morgan Van Nyhuis placed third, behind the Clippers and Lightning, respectively.

In Class B, New London won seven events in total.

Josh Catala won the 200m in 23.26 seconds while Rylan Martin cruised to a win in the 800m.

Kade Benjamin continued his great season in field events, clearing 6 feet, 4 inches to win the high jump.

Van Buren sophomore Tyler Stoltz finished second.

New London senior Carter Allen, a state place-winner last year, finished second in the shot and won the discus.

New London placed fifth in total with 102 points

Iowa City Liberty won the event with Clear Creek-Amana placing second.