While there were no additional local state champions on the second day of the MSHSAA Class 3 and 4 track championships, Saturday still yielded plenty of hardware for area schools.
Finals in most track events and half of the field events took place Saturday at Dwight T. Reed Stadium on the campus of Lincoln University in Jefferson City.
One event, the Class 3 300-meter low hurdles, had to be contested twice after a fall during the race knocked out multiple runners. It was rerun at the end of the meet. The day featured a little of everything, including a visit by Missouri Gov. Jay Nixon, who watched several events from the infield.
Area medalists on the second day were:
• Union senior Anna Houston won three state medals on the day. She was second in the Class 3 100-meter high hurdles in a time of 15.05. She was fifth in the 300-meter low hurdles re-run in 46.96. Houston took seventh in the triple jump at 35-8.5.
• St. Clair junior Allison Hinson placed second in the Class 3 girls shot put with a best throw of 43-1.5. Union’s Hannah Mayfield was third at 41-5.75.
• Washington senior MC Landolt placed third in the Class 4 girls 100-meter dash in a time of 12.27 and sixth in the 200-meter dash in 25.39.
• St. Clair senior Spencer Crumbaugh placed third in the Class 3 boys long jump with a best leap of 21-8.5. His teammate, junior Terrance Stahlman, placed eighth with a top jump of 20-9.
• St. Clair sophomore Alex Lashley went 36-3.25 to finish third in the Class 3 girls triple jump.
• Borgia sophomore Kelan Winters was sixth in the Class 3 boys 100-meter dash in a time of 11.3.
• Borgia senior Emily Grahl completed her illustrious three-sport prep career with eighth place in the Class 3 girls 400-meter dash in a time of 59.62.
In the team standings, the St. Clair girls scored 30 points to finish seventh in the Class 3 team standings. Union was 11th with 20 points and Borgia scored one point.
In the Class 3 boys standings, St. Clair led the way with seven points to tie for 28th. Borgia scored three points and tied for 46th. Pacific tied for 54th with one point.
In the Class 4 girls standings, Washington ended with 13 points to tie for 17th place.
State meet coverage will be in The Wednesday Missourian.