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The Sun-Times - Heber Springs, AR
  • Mitchum leads Jr. Panthers to conference title

  • Heber Springs freshman Pierce Mitchum compiled a meet-high 38.5 points while leading the Junior Panthers to the 2-4A Conference track and field championship on Wednesday at Panther Stadium.
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  • Heber Springs freshman Pierce Mitchum compiled a meet-high 38.5 points while leading the Junior Panthers to the 2-4A Conference track and field championship on Wednesday at Panther Stadium.
    Mitchum won the 100 (11.76), 200 (24.25), long jump (19’ 2”), placed third in the high jump (5’ 2”) and ran a leg for the Jr. Panthers’ first-place 4x400 relay team (4:02.93), which also consisted of Garrett Alaniz, Justin Feemster and Caleb Lanclos.
    Lanclos racked up 31 points, winning the high jump (5’6”) and placing runner-up in both the 110 hurdles (18.09) and 300 hurdles (49.01). He also ran a leg in the 4x100.
    Jesse Applewhite won the 800 (2:15.29) and 1600 (5:05.6) and ran a leg for the first-place 4x800 relay team, which finished with a time of 10:16.30. Bryce Smith, Richie Matthews and Peyton Vowels teamed with Applewhite in the 4x800.
    Andrew Engle finished runner-up in the 400 (56.07) and Heber’s 4x100 relay team of Alaniz, JaQuan Dunaway, Lanclos and Engle placed second with a time of 49.06.
    Clinton placed second  as a team with a total of 172 points and Dollarway was third with 63 points.
    The Jr. Lady Panthers totaled 157.5 points to finish runner-up behind Clinton (189.5).
    Heber boasted the top four runners in both the 800 and 1600, amassing a total of 58 points in the two events alone.
    Millie Wilson won both, taking the 800 with a time of 2:41.64 and the 1600 with a time of 5:57.73. Serena Pruitt was runner-up in the 800 (2:42.19) and Grace Lehfeldt took second in the 1600 (6:10.54).
    Pruitt, Lehfeldt, Wilson and Ashley Patchell teamed to win the 4x400 relay with a time of 4:44.78. Lehfeldt, Erin Holland, Ali Jones and Pruitt combined to win the 4x800 relay (11:43.04).
    Sara Davis won the shot put (28’ 6”) and Megan Armstrong won the discus (73’), while Patchell placed second in pole vault (8’ 6”).

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