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The Sun-Times - Heber Springs, AR
  • Heber Jr. Girls win 2-4A conference title

  • At full strength for the first time this season, the Heber Springs Junior Lady Panthers dominated Thursday’s 2-4A conference meet with a combined 217 points, nearly doubling the score of runner-up Southside Batesville (110).

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  • At full strength for the first time this season, the Heber Springs Junior Lady Panthers dominated Thursday’s 2-4A conference meet with a combined 217 points, nearly doubling the score of runner-up Southside Batesville (110).
    Heber’s Junior Boys placed second with 122.5 points, behind first-place Lonoke (138) and in front of third-place Southside Batesville (106.5).
    The Jr. Lady Panthers scored 29 points in the 400 as Skye Miller won the race with a time of 1:07.03, Alyssa Uphoff finished 2nd (1:07.44), Stephanie Music was 3rd (1:08.15) and Kortney Davison took 4th (1:09.81).
    Miller also placed 2nd in the 100 (13.29), while Keleah Maples (3rd, 13.38) and Erin Rezanka (8th, 13.65) also placed. Kelsi Davison finished 3rd in the 200 (28.96), Rezanka placed 4th (29.08) and Mackenzie Martin was 5th (29.11).
    Heber had four athletes place in the 800 as Katherine Gilbrech took 4th (2:51.88), Music finished 5th (2:53.95), Adrianna Simmons was 7th (2:53.30) and Grace Lehfeldt placed 8th (2:57.15).
    Lehfeldt also placed 3rd in the 1600 with a time of 6:13.97, while teammates Isabella Creasey (4th, 6:22.07), Ashley Smith (6th, 6:42.98) and Erin Holland (7th, 6:49.98) also earned points in the mile run.
    Maples placed runner-up in the 300 hurdles with a mark of 53.22 and Maples also took 8th in the 100 hurdles (19.51), behind teammate Courtney Kendall, who finished 5th (18.73). Alison Thomas was 4th in the 300 hurdles (55.09), while Emily Matthews placed 6th (59.58).
    Heber won all three relay races. The 4 x 100 team of Miller, Kelsi Davison, Kortney Davison and Rezanka won with a time of 55.03; the 4 x 400 team of Music, Thomas, Kortney Davison and Uphoff won with a mark of 4:42.63 and Heber’s 4 x 800 team of Simmons, Creasey, Gilbrech and Kendall won with a time of 11:25.64.
    Music won the high jump (4’8”) and Thomas tied for 7th (4’2”), while Hannah Mangum placed runner-up in the pole vault, clearing 7’6”. Smith finished third in the pole vault (7’) and Kelsi Davison was 6th (6’).
    Music also placed 2nd in the triple jump (29’5”) and 5th in the long jump (14’6”), while Rezanka placed 3rd in the triple (29’).
    McKenzie Cresswell won the discus with a heave of 67’ 0.5” and Creswell finished runner-up in the shot put (30’ 10.75”). Lexi Hartman also placed in the shot put (5th, 27’ 8.75”), while Paige Lawson (2nd, 66’ 4”) and Megan Armstrong also earned points in the discus (57’ 5”).
    For Heber’s Jr. Boys, Malachi Cannon won the 1600 with a time of 4:59.81 and Cannon also placed runner-up in the 800 (2:26.78), behind teammate Hunter Drexler, who won the 800 with a time of 2:21.96. Drexler also placed in the 1600 (3rd, 5:23.64) along with Julian Ervin (4th, 5:24.18) and Jon Ogle (6th, 5:42.87). Ricky Brimhall finished 8th in the 800 (2:36.67).
    Aneet Patel placed runner-up in the 300 hurdles (51.12) and Drexler took 3rd in the 110 hurdles with a mark of 20.23, in front of teammates Justin Feemster (4th, 20.42) and Patrick Hill (6th, 21.64).
    Tre Hess took 3rd in the 200 (24.95) and 5th in the 100 (12.19), while Pierce Mitchum finished 7th in the 100 (12.43). Hess also placed third in the high jump (5’4”) and Josh McCarty took 4th (5’2”).
    Page 2 of 2 - Hill placed runner-up in the pole vault (9’6”), while Ogle was 4th (8’6”) and Logan Rolleigh tied for 5th (8’). Ogle also placed in the triple jump (6th, 30’8.75”) and Luke McGowen took 8th in the shot put (34’9.25”).
    Heber’s 4 x 800 relay team of Drexler, Ervin, Cannon and McCarty won first place with a time of 9:35.97 and the 4 x 400 relay team of Austin Chapa, Patel, Hess and Rolleigh finished 5th (4:14.94).
     

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